Wednesday, 5 March 2014

Ash Wednesday

Well, that's my blogging fast broken.

Today might have made a good day for His Holiness to discuss repentance what with it being at the heart of Lent. Sadly, on this day of all days, Ash Wednesday, His Holiness didn't maintain his interview fast, but, like Humanae Vitae, apparently, and all the Popes interviews, much depends on how you interpret it. Funny, really because Humanae Vitae has always seemed quite clear to me.


Our Lady of Good Success-pray for us. said...

Bergoglio mentioned he might retire, I would be happy to contribute to turning Martha's House into his own private, with entourage, retirement home. Then his words, thoughts, deeds and omissions are no longer part of the FX-magisterium.

p.s. I think I broke my fast on random comments before midnight but I'm sure the pope won't mind (the breaking of the fast, that is, possibly not so much the comments).

Our Lady of Good Success-pray for us. said...

p.s. now that pope is planning how to be paradigmatically Pastoral on same-sex-unions ( story goes because a little girl was sad about her second mOmmy not liking her - because that's such a logical next move Mr pope) there's, as ever, need for a Catholic Truth Check:

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