Monthly Archives: November 2014

Tomás Luis de Victoria: God’s Composer

Tomás Luis de Victoria was born in Avila and was sent to Rome to become a Jesuit priest under the recommendation of St Teresa of Avila. He is the greatest, albeit little known, composer of Catholic devotional music in the … Continue reading

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Thoughts on 1863 Mass rubrics

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A word on historical dates

This historian and this blog use the traditional B.C. and A.D. (Anno Domini) to designate years. The new BCE and CE designations, largely intended to erase the central role of Christ and the Christian Church in history, will be ignored … Continue reading

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A representation of a woman in Iberia- Pre-Christian era

The woman of Elche (La Dama de Elche) Dates from 5th century BC Found in 1897 in Elche, Spain

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The Joys and Pitfalls of Researching Women’s History

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A couple of years ago, out of the blue, an old friend put out a message she was looking for someone to co-write with her on her blog. The blog specialized in women’s…

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