I assume that all the people on my blog complaining about the state of the Church… are, of course, emailing these four bishops with tons of encouragement and approval to bolster them in the face of the daunting opposition they face from the Rainbow Fascist Brownshirts and the clergy who love them? You catch more [Read More...]

Oh great. I’ve started an avalanche Another Corner parody comes flying over the transom from a reader. [Read more...]

More Self-Infantilization in the Black Community Jayson Blair’s upcoming book is tentatively titled “Burning Down my Master’s House“. He’s not a moral agent responsible for his action, y’see. He’s a Victim. After 400 years of oppression, who can blame him for taking an opportunity that most J School grads can only dream of and turning [Read More...]

Calling all Geeks! My blog loads slow. And whenever you load it, you get that little error message in the corner. Anybody know how to fix it? Update: Thanks! Fixed it! [Read more...]

Who said this little conversation starter? “A man possesses the Holy Spirit in the measure in which he loves the Church.” By the way: discuss, class. [Read more...]

New blog! [Read more...]

At last! Mark at Minute Particulars answers the age old Question: “Why?” Just as it’s silly to ask what happened “before” time, so it’s silly to ask Why He who is the Answer is the Answer. [Read more...]

Cheap. Shallow. Dumb … but still pretty funny in places: The Cornier This is what I like best about blogging: no editor to tell me that I can’t link to that site since it disagrees with Our Basic Ideology and we don’t want to appear to give aid and comfort to the Enemy. I certainly [Read More...]

How convenient! One of my readers works for spamcop! Note to Zitface Rainbow Fascist Brownshirt: I plan to follow up on this interesting and useful fact. Note to other bloggers. If you think our widdle brownshirt has been posting obscenities in your comments boxes, please be aware that his two IPs (so far) are 24.232.35 [Read More...]

Nice review of Paul Johnson’s biography of Napoleon I especially like the last paragraph. I tried to make something of the same point, in a different context, in this essay. [Read more...]

Speaking of ecumenism A reader writes: I really appreciated your post on the difference between true and false ecumenism. I was raised evangelical, and, despite leaving my church a few years ago, I still know my stuff pretty well (my dad is a pastor), but I’ve been drawn to the Catholic Church recently (don’t get [Read More...]

Ecumenism and Interreligious Dialogue in a Nutshell Somebody writes and asks: I’m trying to find out what the Catholic Church has to say about Theophostic Ministry. If you don’t know what the church’s official position is, I would prefer you don’t comment. Or if you don’t have the time to research it, can you refer [Read More...]