I don't have a whole lot to say today, so I'm directing traffic to other blogs here something's actually happening, like...
American Papist Tom Peters, son of canonist Dr. Ed Peters, successfully defended his master's thesis!
And Dale Price mentions a new blog for Catholic Dads.
Phatcatholic Nicholas Hardesty has more Haight speech.
Hey, and if ya didn't know it, the Anonymous Teacher Person is teaching again, but not so anonymously!
Are any of you getting a littel tired of Motu Proprio prognostications? CNS makes it sound like a done deal.
UPDATE: Just sitting through my video lecture by Dr. Marcellino D'Ambrosios on papal extraordinary magisterium, I suddenly came to an odd sense of certainty that the Motu Proprio will be released during Pentecost. It only makes sense to me that a document that ultimately aims to restore the liturgy to its true sense would come at a time during which the true sense of Christ's mission and reality were becoming clear to the early Church. Take that with a few grains of salt.