I’m always a little suspicious of stories like this, but still… Chariot Wheels Found Under Red Sea? I dunno. We’ll see. Right now I class this with the “Aerial Photos Reveal Noah’s Ark!” stories you hear from time to time. There’s a particular sort of Fundamentalist who has a strange love/hate relationship with “SCIENCE!”. They [Read More...]


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My mistake I’ve been saying “We Catholics have the bishops we want”. I should have said “We Christians have the pastors we want.” [Read more...]


Another Defeat for the Gay Fascist Alliance Brownshirts stamp tiny feet in impotent rage. Swear “You haven’t heard the last of us!” Drinks all round for good guys. [Read more...]


Dear Lord! The Evil is Spreading! Tunnelling under the Very Foundations of the Offices of NRO!!!! Congrats to John Granger for the good review! [Read more...]


You can’t make this stuff up There’s something so Euro about this. Another reason to love Dubya. [Read more...]


Since I’ve already alienated people by defending Rowling from the Inquisitors (see comments boxes below)… I might as well finish the job by reiterating another unpopular opinion which I think is simply a fact: You will never understand JPII if you try to analyze him in political categories. Look. Here’s the deal: People continue to [Read More...]


The West: We’re Superior and We Know What’s Good for You! Only the Islamosphere is implicated in the culture of death. We’re Good Guys! One of the most hilarious bits of Pope-bashing I’ve seen lately has been the attempt to downplay the West’s avid pursuit of the culture of death because it shows how”free” we [Read More...]


Jesuits: Helping to Keep my Blog “R” Rated Fr. McNally appears to be working out some “issues” in his art. I think I’ll keep my adolescent boys away from priests whose visual imagination runs along these lines. [Read more...]


More Noise about a Possible Plenary Council We’ll see. It’s still the Spirit’s Church, so we’ll see what He does. [Read more...]


A reader writes: Your reader asks: “We are living at a time when we all have direct access to papal encyclicals, right here on our desktops courtesy of www.vatican.va But where can one go to chat with other lay people who actually read any part of such things?” One suggestion is to look for a [Read More...]


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