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The Rejectionist: We Pontificate, As Is Our Wont, on the Perils of Sentimentality dropping mordor on your party since 2009
We Pontificate, As Is Our Wont, on the Perils of Sentimentality
Kurt Cardinal Koch, recently appointed President of the Vatican Pontificate on Christian Unity, is deeply concerned about the violence and resulting danger to Christians in the Middle East and Africa.
Georgette Bennett, Ph.D.: Interfaith Peace In The Face Of Escalating Christian-Muslim Conflict
From Rome, at St. Peter's, 2 July 2009, fifth year of Our Pontificate.
English Translation of the Motu Proprio "Ecclesiae Unitatem"
A very welcome detail of the restoration of the Pauline Chapel - the communion rails (the original ones from the Pontificate of Leo XIII) were put back in (unfortunately this is the best capture of them I was able to make):
Vespers for the Inauguration of the Newly Restored Pauline Chapel
Following the lecture His Eminence will Pontificate at a Solemn Mass according to the Missal of Paul VI in intercession for the beatification of John Henry Newman at the Oxford Oratory at 6.00 pm.
George Cardinal Pell to Visit Oxford, Sung Vespers at Merton, Mass at the Oxford Oratory
"It can't be a piecemeal effort," said M á rcio Garcia, an economist at the Pontificate Catholic University in Rio de Janeiro.
Pontificate on the value of art, and how it is affected by the market, or just come to enjoy the space and beer.
All three races shared significant expanses of border with the Klingon Empire, especially the supermassive Guidon Pontificate.
Indeed, they were hemmed in on all sides—the Interstellar Union, of course, occupied a substantial portion of the border, but there were also the Gorn Hegemony, the Holy Order of the Kinshaya, the Metron Consortium, the Guidon Space Pontificate, the Taurhai Unity, the Ksahtryan Regime.
The reason was that the Jews were still there in order to tick off the Christians, and that was the official reason as late as the Pontificate of Angelo "Pope John XXIII" Roncalli.
Eric Lurio: Easter and Passover: The Heart of the Matter in the Middle East
TexasWomyn commented on the word Pontificate
to ponder; think intensely
1. the office or term of office of a pontiff.
–verb (used without object)
2. to perform the office or duties of a pontiff.
3. to speak in a pompous or dogmatic manner: Did he pontificate about the responsibilities of a good citizen?
4. to serve as a bishop, esp. in a Pontifical Mass.
September 20, 2009