RIP, Monsignor Richard Tofani

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A most excellent priest passed away suddenly last week. Msgr. Richard Tofani was the pastor of Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish in Hainesport, Trenton Diocese. Msgr. Tofani was a good man. He always helped out with my wife’s First Reconciliations, and several hundred of our parish children had their first experience of the Sacrament from [Read More...]

Hopeful Signs? UPDATE #2: Not a Hoax

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The optimist in me says “yes.” The cynic says, “public relations ploy.” I try paying more attention to the optimist. In any case, it’s welcome. From the President of Iran: It’s worthwhile remembering that the Iranian people (particularly the young) tend to have positive feelings towards America, by and large. (They tend to despise the [Read More...]

MamaNatalie: The Childbirth Simulator

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Before I get to the news part of this post, let’s start with the led graph: from the CNet story: In some glorious day in the future, babies will be born via artificial uterus. The technology exists in science fiction so it’s bound to become science fact. But until then, we’re stuck with the miracle of [Read More...]

What Gamers See In Church

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This is the Wood of the Cross

Christ falls with the cross Domenicino ...ITALIAN (1581-1641) The Getty Center, Los Angeles - U.S.A.

Thanks for your patience over the last month while I throttled back on the more regular and/or serious blogging to take some time with family. This summer has been hell, and I thought some time away from the computer would be a good thing, particularly in the dog days of summer when all the cool [Read More...]

Found! Obama’s Inspiration for His “Red Line” Speech

Hey, you never know … [Read more...]

So St. Peter Says to Frankenstein…

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St. Augustine and the Jews

The pilleus cornutus was a pointed had which medieval Jewish men had to wear when travelling outside their ghettos.

This is a post from way back at the beginning of this blog, but it’s one of the better things I’ve published here and it wasn’t seen by too many people at the time. Since today is the feast day of St. Augustine, I decided to rerun it.  The paper was the product of a [Read More...]


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