Check out the Catechism of the Catholic Church Internet Study Group It’s a web-based program for the systematic reading, study, and online discussion of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. [Read more...]

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So hard to please everybody To some of the more obsessed people who comment over on Amy’s blog, I’m a sycophantic apologist for the hierarchy. Yet, to RC, I am simultaneously among the ranters and ravers who call daily for Law’s resignation. I’ve made no particular secret of the fact that I think the Holy [Read More...]

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Law resigns as head of Catholic U board Any other resignations planned, your Eminence? [Read more...]

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Say it once, it’s (maybe) a slip of the tongue (though only one an idiot would make) Say it twice and you go to the Long Home of Imploded Political Careers and get replaced by somebody who is not the dead weight you are. Say good night, Trent. [Read more...]

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We are all members of the Body of George There’s nothing like conservative American Christianity for combining blasphemy and tastelessness. This ranks right down there with Clinton’s announcement of the Dawn of a New Covenant. The difference is, of course, that Clinton himself appropriated this blasphemous identification of himself with Jesus while this is just [Read More...]

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Victor Lams is a deranged genius Scroll down for some terrific posters that capture the true spirit of Planned Parenthood. [Read more...]

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James Preece captures the Planned Barrenhood Zeitgeist of the Holidays Cleverly named blog. I wonder where he got the idea? [Read more...]

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Catechumen seeks advice I’m a catechumen eagerly seeking baptism, but my parents (HIndus, who emigrated from India in the 70s) are strongly opposed. (It might be useful to know that I’m a 20 year old undergrad.) My father, who is loving and amazingly dedicated, is extremely concerned and feels personal rejection at the fact that [Read More...]

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Meanwhile in Iraq… [Read more...]

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Few things are harder than being in some foreign land in wartime Take some time to support our wonderful troops by visiting the Department of Defense web page and signing a brief message thanking the men and women of the U.S. Military for defending our freedom. The compiled list of names will be sent to [Read More...]

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More news from the bloody borders of the Religion of Peace [Read more...]

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The Bishops Continue Showing Rome that Together, With-It and Hip Americans Don’t Need Rome’s Fusty Advice on Making Catholic Universities Catholic If the past year has shown us anything, it’s that the American ecclesiat is quite able to manage it’s own affairs and doesn’t need anybody lecturing it on “fidelity to apostolic teaching” thankyouverymuch. Just [Read More...]

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