Mark Cameron has an interesting piece on Catholic-Jewish relations with some interesting observations for that small group of Lidless Eyes still pining for the day when Jews can be shoved back into a ghetto (all with the love of Christ, of course). By the way, did you ever notice how often Christians who love to [Read More...]

Knowing Steve Greydanus and His Wife…. I found the anecdote introducing his review of “Catch Me If you Can” a complete surprise and absolutely hilarious. [Read more...]

Almost Like Being in Love Part of your blog author’s continuing quest to do as little as possible during the Christmas season. [Read more...]

New Blog! [Read more...]

“The cellphones aren’t enough and the televisions aren’t enough,” she said. “It’s a little selfish.” What’s Italian for “oink”? [Read more...]

Philip Seymour Hoffman is my Evil Twin [Read more...]

New blog! [Read more...]

I had a wonderful visit! from David Alexander, the Man in the Black Hat! It’s fun to meet members of St. Blog’s. David came by around 9:45 AM and hung with the fambly for an hour or two. He brought his cool little Homeland Security-approved-so-you-can-get-it-on-a-plane guitar and played some Christmas carols (including an elegant one [Read More...]

Show me a culture that despises virginity and I’ll show you a culture that hates children And, as if to oblige me, St. Mark’s in Cleveland, OH (aka Future Church, dedicated to the demolition of Catholic sexual morality as well as other trendinesses) offers the following bulletin announcement for Christmas: ************************************ CHRISTMAS MASSES: 4 pm. [Read More...]

Russians Struggling to Catch up With Western Reading Incomprehension Rates [Read more...]

Pork Roasts, Shadow Traditions, and the New Year A little holiday offering from your goof off blog author. [Read more...]

And finally… The House of Christmas G.K. Chesterton There fared a mother driven forth Out of an inn to roam; In the place where she was homeless All men are at home. The crazy stable close at hand, With shaking timber and shifting sand, Grew a stronger thing to abide and stand Than the square [Read More...]