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It will be a pleasure not to have to use fb for your posts.

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From one doctor to another - I just want to say welcome aboard and, remember, I'm listening.

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Apr 15, 2023Liked by Peter Kwasniewski

Peter! I'm so glad for there to be yet another outlet for your thoughts--and especially an outlet that allows you so freely to be you.

See you Monday,

John.

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Apr 15, 2023Liked by Peter Kwasniewski

Thank you for being a light in the darkness

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Apr 13, 2023Liked by Peter Kwasniewski

Best of luck, this'll be of great interest!

Oh, sanity! How we need sanity in these our troubled times.

Veni Sancte Spiritus, sana quod est saucium!

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Apr 26, 2023Liked by Peter Kwasniewski

Thank you for starting this Substack. I’ve long admired and benefitted from your writings over the years.

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Apr 19, 2023Liked by Peter Kwasniewski

Mr. Kwasniewski!! Thank you for this initiative of yours. In Domino! Fr. Pablo, Spain

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Apr 18, 2023Liked by Peter Kwasniewski

Wonderful!

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Apr 16, 2023·edited Apr 16, 2023Liked by Peter Kwasniewski

Hurrah! Podcasting is also featured on this platform. Might be cool

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Thank you for your tireless work.

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“Oh men of little faith. Why are you afraid?” The storm on the Sea of Galilee.

“You are in our midst O Lord. Your name we bear. Do not forsake us O Lord our God”. Jeremiah 9

This is a battle. We are called to be soldiers.

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Dear Dr. Kwasniewski:

I have been a member of the Church of Saint Agnes in Saint Paul, Mn. since 1993. Msgr. Richard J. Schuler started the Twin Cities Catholic Chorale in 1956 (while teaching at the College of Saint Thomas), and during this time period the choir sang some of the great Viennese Latin Masses at requesting parishes around the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Mpls. Msgr. Schuler became pastor of the Church of Saint Agnes in 1969, and following a TCCC trip to Austria in 1975, it was decided that they perform these latin works of Haydn, Mozart, Schubert, etc. every Sunday at Saint Agnes. My father-in-law (Richard D. Byrne) was choir director at the Saint Paul Cathedral and good friends with Msgr. Schuler during this time period. Providentially, I was fortunate to meet and marry Dr. Byrne's daughter Kathleen in 1990 and we have been blessed with six children. Following Richard's retirement in 1992, he encouraged me to take my tenor talent to the Church of Saint Agnes, which as I stated above, I joined just prior to Easter in 1993. What a treasure this tradition has been all these many years at the Church of Saint Agnes! Each Sunday at 10:30 A.M., together with members of the Minnesota Orchestra, we sing these great Viennese Latin Masses (Ordinary form) from October to June, with breaks for Advent and Lent. When the TCCC (currently under the direction of Dr. Marc Jaros) is on break I also sing in the Saint Agnes Chamber choir, singing the Rennaisance Latin polyphany of Palestrina, Victoria, Byrd, Josquin De Pres, etc., under the direction of Mrs. Donna May. What Msgr. Schuler first nnaugurated (current pastor is Fr. Mark Moriarty) in 1956 has truly been for all parishioners and guests a great treasure of praise and glory to God. Yours in Christ Jesus, Michael Alphonse Eilen.

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I find your prolificity perfectly matched by your perspicacity. (Not to put too fine a point on it.) And I pray I didn't misspell either one!

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What happened? Pope St. Pius X told us that the synthesis of heresies, Modernism, was taking hold within the Church. It actually did take over the institutional church and became the new religion that has given us all of the heretical, anti-Catholic, anti-Christ doctrines and practices, particularly their new order liturgy, and it clearly not Catholicism at all. But the R&R crowd actually believes the Catholic Church can be led by a non-Catholic, that it can teach error along with truth, and serve both Christ and Satan. How utterly incomprehensible this is.

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It's very nice to see that Mr. Peter Kwasniewski embraces Anglicanism into traditional Catholicism by selling images taken from Martin Travers' Pictures of the English Liturgy on t-shirts and coffee mugs.

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Would love to see an article with your insights comparing and contrasting Augustine and Aquinas. Thanks for considering. God Bless!

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