POPE FRANCIS MODELING IRREVERSIBLE VATICAN II LITURGICAL REFORM IN CONTINUITY
Archbishop Cordileone is a good man, and as bishops go, one of America's best. I have followed his path from our hometown of San Diego to his current mission in San Francisco and it has been discouraging to see the cruel way he has been treated by the malignant forces of the Bay Area's degenerate culture. Cordileone is a humble, hardworking and caring bishop and his example shows us that the Church is merciful in requiring its members to be in a state of grace before receiving Holy Communion. We need more unified and clear-thinking statements such as this from ALL of our bishops.
Great video, although the sound quality could have been better.I hope this video is sent to Mrs. Pelosi.By the way, Father, I have noticed when the top post on your blog includes a video, the right side of the video is covered over by the "Followers" and "About Me" column. Thought I'd let you know.
I don't know how to make the video size to the space it is suppose to go. I simple paste the embedded code which is all I see when I am posting and then I publish and what you see is what I get. Do you know how to make it fit the right size?
Sorry, I don't. :(
Father, when I look at this video on YouTube, and hit the share button, and then the "embed" tab, there's an option below the Embed code to change size. i played around with it on your blog and it looks like you'd have to go with the Custom option and type in a width no bigger than 450 of you don't want it to overlap with your right side-bar (it will calculate the height automatically to keep the ratio, but for the Archbishop Cordelion video it comes out to 253, if you're curious). Possibly 470 x 264. There's a similar thing you can do with the livestream video of Archbishop Gregory. FYI
He says shouldn't receive but doesn't say won't be denied. So what's new?
BF! Thanks, I figured out how to downsize the videos. I had no idea how to do it but I've done it as you will note on the video which is sized better for the blog. Thanks.
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