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In an informal and most amusing online interview given tonight to the readers of our dear Le Forum Catholique, the Superior General of the Institute of the Good Shepherd (IBP), Father Philippe Laguérie (who was the first to affirm the existence of the Papal document restoring the Traditional Latin Mass to its proper place of honor -- you read about it here, first, remember?) affirms that the document is "imminent" (he "prays God" it is made public before the Autumn meeting of the French Episcopal Conference).



  1. Indeed I read it here first. I pray to God to bestow abundant blessings on the owner of this blog, since you are doing a great charity work. God bless you.

  2. New Catholic,

    God bless you indeed.

    Can you tell us when the French bishop's conference will be?

  3. If I'm not mistaken, the French Bishops's meeting will start on the 7th of November...three weeks and counting...

  4. Rorate Caeli, the Most Trusted name in Trad News.

  5. Thank you all for your kindness. And you are right, Humboldt, we try to do it ad maiorem Dei gloriam.

  6. 17-10-2006

    La création de l'Institut du Bon Pasteur, sa spécificité, son positionnement, et son avenir en France et dans le monde au sein de l'Eglise.

  7. Whatever other disagreements we might have New Catholic, you run one of the finest, most pertinent and informative blogs on the internet. May God abundently bless you. Let us pray together that we are near the end now.

    Veni Domine Iesu,

  8. Thank You for keeping us all informed and for all your hard work. It just keeps amazing me how Catholics can become so fooled by the acts of the devil portrayed in the pictures you have shown us. I pray that The Holy Ghost guides these poor misinformed people to the traditon of our Faith


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