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Around the Blogs today

By Domenico Bettinelli, Jr. (articles ) | Jun 02, 2003

Here are some interesting posts at several Catholic blogs today:

  • Fr. Rob Johansen discusses Cardinal Dario Castrillon Hoyos' Tridentine-rite Mass in Rome recently and the prospects for a universal indult to celebrate the old rite for all priests, everywhere.

  • A reader at Mark Shea's blog writes in with a different perspective on the failure to present clear evidence that Iraq had WMDs and its relation to the just war principle.

  • The Mighty Barrister examines a Newsweek story that says a poll shows most Americans believe a fetus is a person. Unfortunately, the news isn't all good, as he shows by a close examination of the article.

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