Internet Pride

I have an enormous respect for the way humanity has chosen to describe God. The atheist may mock the "old man in the sky" picture of God as childish, but I admire the same description because it is childish. No, it is not scientifically accurate - nothing is - but it does illustrates a radical accuracy; that we are God's children. That he is a Father. And that he is above us. Ever noticed that atheists aren't great at understanding when we're being metaphorical? Oh well, maybe they're using … [Read more...]

Wait, There’s Catholic Media?

So it's Catholic Media Promotion Day. If you don't know what it is, then you are quite simply not invited to the cool kid's club, your hair is probably a mess, and you might as well give up any major commitments you've made in your life. It's that awesome.Catholic Blogger [kath-uh-lik blog·ger] - 1. One who quotes G.K. Chesterton at the beginning of his or her blog, then hopes no one notices that the rest of the post takes a long time restating what he already said in that one quote. 2. One w … [Read more...]

How Not To Reach Kids

As a teenager often evangelized to, I would like to point out some mistakes people make in regards to 'selling' Catholicism. The first is that it needs to be sold.The Colbert Report Mon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30cPope's Baseball Cap & CatholicTVwww.colbertnation.comColbert Report Full Episodes Political Humor & Satire Blog Video ArchiveIt doesn't work. And anyways, it's a stupid thought that drives a lot of youth ministry; that "we … [Read more...]

Where is God? (clue – it’s edible)

Ain't that the question? We hear it asked in the obligatory religious/existential/identity crisis episode of just about any TV series, usually spewed by some stupid, emotional minor character who ends up settling for some vague, silly form of religion. We hear it asked by children and adults alike, only children have the sense to ask the real question, while adults waffle, asking things like "What is the higher purpose of my life?" or "how can I be happy?" Every now and then we hear it asked … [Read more...]


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