The Dominican Sisters of Nashville May Have a Job for You! I am Sister Mary Justin, a Nashville Dominican sister. In the capacity of Vice President for Academic Affairs of Aquinas College, I am searching for candidates to fill full-time faculty positions in our ASN Program and our Business Program, as well as an administrative [Read More...]

Here’s a Catholic hero ROTC guy. Parachuted into Normandy the day before D Day. Won Bronze and Silver Stars. Worked his way from rags to riches and then, in obedience to Christ, gave it all away. (“He says he has but one regret: “I’m sorry I don’t have more money to give away.”) Married to [Read More...]

Here’s a liberal Catholic villain. Typical Boston liberal. Reagan basher. Tries to earn his way to heaven with good works and philanthopy, but you can tell he’s full of it because he’s highly critical of George Bush’s treatment of Aristide (who he reveres). He thinks the Bush administration’s policy toward former president Jean-Bertrand Aristide has [Read More...]

Heroic Christians in Burma Meditate on and pray for these valorous men, women and children. [Read more...]

Interested in St. Pio of Pietrelcina? Here’s the site for you. Interestingly, Padre Pio endured a great deal of abuse from clerical numbskulls and never speculated openly or even privately that this meant the See of Peter was soon (or might already be!) the seat of Antichrist from which we might cut ourselves off with [Read More...]

Religion is like baseball: great game, bad owners. – Jim Bouton [Read more...]

Much good discussion on Amy’s blog There was a big to-do on Amy’s blog a few days ago about (gasp!) standing after communion. Lotsa comments from people on the End of the World as we Know it resulted. Then, somebody wrote this in dissent. As a result, a bit of a counterrevolution against the There [Read More...]

It’s the Solemnity of the Annunciation! And so I have it on good authority from Highly Placed Source in Rome itself that I can blog today! [Read more...]

Toodles till next Sunday! [Read more...]

The Spirit of Vatican II is the Zeitgeist, not the Holy Spirit For further proof, here’s somebody named Lev Navrazov informing us of what the Spirit of Vatican II teaches: Tolstoy rejected much that was written in the Bible, such as all descriptions of all miracles. He believed that the acceptance of everything written in [Read More...]