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Day 159 – Mrs. Flusche’s Super Basic Primer on the Four Last Things (Part VI)

Saturday, August 22, 2020 – Al right, readers! We have officially covered the Four Last Things: Death; Judgment, Heaven, and Hell. BUT wait…there’s more! Well, more explanation anyway. Tied up within the realm of the Four Last Things is a little place we like to call: PURGATORY. For me, purgatory is oddly comforting. While I Read More

Day 158 – Mrs. Flusche’s Super Basic Primer on the Four Last Things (Part V)

Friday, August 21, 2020 – Today we get to talk about the fun topic of everlasting damnation, or as it is commonly known in the four last things: HELL. Much like heaven, hell is a bit difficult for our minds to wrap around. There is no greater joy than Heaven—being face-to-face with God, your creator, Read More

Day 151 – Let’s Talk About Community

Friday, August 14, 2020 – In order to have a proper discussion about community in Catholic terms, we would need to read the many lengthy sections in the Catechism about community. Then we would need to move into the similarly lengthy sections on the existence of man, natural and divine law, moral law, fundamental rights, Read More

Day 141 – Captain’s Log: (some) Liturgical Infographics

Tuesday, August 4, 2020 – Sooooo…turns out past self already did a Captain’s Log of the Eucharist. I guess that takes care of that! I am unsure if I missed any rundowns. Maybe Holy Days of Obligation? Huh…I will have to figure that one out and get back to y’all. Anyhoo, moving on to an Read More

Day 106 – Mrs. Flusche’s Super Basic Primer on Church Architecture (Part X)

Tuesday, June 30, 2020 – Today we are going to get extremely technical and discuss the Gothic arch. Not to brag, but Gothic architecture has some pretty sweet physics at play in their doorways and ceilings. Sure, arches and vaulted ceilings have been around for ages, but now we have points! Sharp angels! Sweeping heights! Read More

Day 94 – Mrs. Flusche’s Super Basic Primer on Church Architecture (Part I)

Thursday, June 18, 2020 – Right. Okay. I suppose I am out of excuses. The garden is done (for now). Mr. Flusche is using his new laptop. Three tons of rocks are delivered for my next project, but I cannot do anything with them without Mr. Flusche’s help. So…on to the next super basic primer?? Read More

Day 80 – Mrs. Flusche’s Super Basic Primer on the Mass (Part XI)

Thursday, June 4, 2020 – Again, another day of last-minute TLM questions. I promise, however, that these are leading up to the new Mass. You can consider them “cross-over” questions, if you will, because they can be applied to either the old or the new. Why does the Priest face away from us? The Priest Read More

Shocking Communion in the Hand Experiment

(This is a guest post by Mr. Flusche.) Are we leaving Jesus on the floor? I was skeptical about an experiment that was published in 2009 regarding host fragments. The study used unconsecrated hosts and examined fragments left behind after placing the hosts in a recipient’s hand. The study used 100 hosts and found that Read More