OMG! J-Lo is here and blogging!

Sorry.  My mistake.  It’s K-Lo. I really should have my eyes checked.

Anyway: she’s better known as Kathryn Jean Lopez, the editor-at-large of the National Review Online (NRO, to the blog savvy) and she has a shiny new blog here at Patheos called, fittingly, K-Lo at Large.

She describes it as her “casual corner” — isn’t that a woman’s clothing store? — and a place where she will ruminating on matters religious and, no doubt, a lot of other topics, too.

It’s hard not to be smitten with someone whose very first posting is a simple, elegant prayer by Thomas Aquinas:

Grant me peace, O merciful God, to desire ardently all that is pleasing to You, to examine it prudently, to acknowledge it truthfully, and to accomplish it perfectly, for the praise and glory of Your name. Amen.

She’s a great addition to the neighborhood.  (And I’m sure we’ll soon be calling her Kathy from the Block…)

Bid her welcome!


  1. Henry Karlson says:

    So we have her at yet another place to present her highly partisan political positions as if they were Catholic while she works to mock Catholic teaching? Got it.

  2. Craig Callan says:

    Well, why not, Henry? It seems to work for you!

  3. I’m not sure about the partisan politics, however, I’ve never seen an article by Kathryn Lopez that mocks Catholic teaching.

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