Rorate Caeli

Castra sunt in Italia contra populum Romanum in Etruriæ faucibus conlocata


Fisichella - Lombardi

9 comments:

Fr Tim Finigan said...

From the first Catiline oration. I like it :-) Just to tag it:

perge, quo coepisti, egredere aliquando ex urbe; patent portæ; proficiscere

Johnny Domer said...

It's so bizarre how Msgr. Fisichella was thought to be extremely loyal to the Pope, supportive of tradition--he even did the ordinations for the Institute of Christ the King a few years back. Now, it seems like he's a whole new person.

Anonymous said...

In Italy, bloggers ultra-loyal to the Pope, even express 'perplexities' about good cardinal Burke's words :

http://paparatzinger3-blograffaella.blogspot.com/2010/11/luce-del-mondo-le-frasi-sui-condom.html


Long live His Eminence!

M. A. said...

The enemy within the walls?

Anonymous said...

They look like a couple of ghouls.

Sean said...

"I thank God that I live in a day when the enemy is outside the Church, and I know where he is and what he is up to. But I foresee a day when the enemy will be both outside and inside the Church...and I pray now for the poor faithful who will be caught in the crossfire."

John Henry Cardinal Newman

Anonymous said...

Ok I am not afraid to admit that I don't know what the headline means can any of you care to translate.

Jordanes said...

"A (military) camp is pitched in Italy against the Roman people in the mountain passes (literally "jaws") of Etruria (Tuscany)."

Anonymous said...

Mt 23:27 Whited sepulchers full of dead men's bones, anyone? One pushes abortion and the other condoms. Yikes!!