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Introducing "Te Igitur"

A new blog (begun only last month) that does for the glories of Catholic Bavaria what Orbis Catholicus does for Rome:

Te Igitur.


  1. Gratias3:46 PM

    Best wishes to the new blog.

    Visited Munich two years ago. Bavaria is profoundly Catholic. There were processions of Our Lady and many baroque churches. However, the Munich-Freising Diocese offered Masses in 17 (yes, seventeen) languages but not a single one in Latin. Hopefully this group can change this.

  2. Gregor7:46 AM

    Actually, there are several Masses in Latin both in the EF and the OF every Sunday in the Archdiocese.


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