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Gotta love that Marian shade of Cobalt Blue. Reminds me of the ink used in medieval “Illuminated Manuscripts” (Divine Office / Missals / etc.).

I briefly did a quick perusal of your husband’s site / blog and will read it more in depth when I get a chance here. Looks interesting. By the way, nice photo of your children. Nice to see happy and smiling siblings. Indicator of good parenting (or possibly someone made a joke just prior to it being taken ... [kidding on my part] ). ;-)

Additionally, will take a look at the Latin Mass links that you posted as well. Same goes for the Catholic Knight link regarding the Novus Ordo Missae. Just briefly glanced at it and was slightly taken aback by the pro Anglican-use style of worship being espoused by the site’s founder.

Somewhat reserved on my part about it as I think that Anglicanism is what has contributed to the erosion of how Roman Catholics worship. The Church needs to copy NOBODY with regard to how to worship (even though as I have mentioned before, that Anglican places of worship currently often have more of the “bells and smells” in their services than what the Roman Catholic Church has presently endorsed). You know the background on it already. I will delve further into it as I am only making a quick opinion without more analyzation / investigation on my part. :-)

OK, gonna scoot here.

Take care,


25 posted on 01/07/2010 11:46:57 PM PST by trollcrusher (Like a moon without a tide ...)
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Gotta love that Marian shade of Cobalt Blue.

I actually backed off a trifle on that before posting, because it was so intense. Here's a related post:

Happy Birthday Elvis; The King Sings of Mary

The Rosary Online
28 posted on 01/08/2010 7:27:13 AM PST by mlizzy ("Do not wait for leaders; do it alone, person to person" --Mother Teresa.)
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