On the air with Sherry Antonetti at 5 PM Eastern…

…on Connecting the Dots. Today we are talking about the Resurrection of the Son of God cuz, you know, Easter. Also, an exploration of the whole “Easter comes from paganism cuz of Eostre” thing. [Read more…]

Last Wednesday, Rod Bennett and I talked about Judas Iscariot

…and mostly agreed, but with a few differences: [Read more…]

Reasons to Believe the Resurrection Actually Happened

…are under discussion over at Catholic Weekly. First things first: the gospels were not written long after the events. They and almost all the New Testament documents are written within the lifetime of the apostles or within living memory of them. They have all the earmarks of eyewitness testimony from people who are writing memoirs, [Read More…]

That’s what Easter is All About, Charlie Brown

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Exult, let them exult, the hosts of heaven, exult, let Angel ministers of God exult, let the trumpet of salvation sound aloud our mighty King’s triumph! Be glad, let earth be glad, as glory floods her, ablaze with light from her eternal King, let all corners of the earth be glad, knowing an end to [Read More…]


Holy Saturday

Photo:  Andrea Mantegna [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Truly, truly, I say to you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it bears much fruit. He who loves his life loses it, and he who hates his life in this world will keep it [Read More…]

Good Friday

In this story of Good Friday it is the best things in the world that are at their worst. That is what really shows us the world at its worst. It was, for instance, the priests of a true monotheism and the soldiers of an international civilization. Rome, the legend, founded upon fallen Troy and [Read More…]

Holy Thursday

Courtesy of LeonardoDaVinci.net Now on the first day of Unleavened Bread the disciples came to Jesus, saying, “Where will you have us prepare for you to eat the Passover?” He said, “Go into the city to such a one, and say to him, ‘The Teacher says, My time is at hand; I will keep the [Read More…]

Dear Non-Catholic Readers

Please do consider my invitation to the Triduum. Here’s a handy little illustration of what is going on in the world of ancient Christian Churches over the next few days: I’m gonna knock off for the Triduum and will see you all on Easter Monday!  Please pray for me!   [Read more…]

Crucified man had prior run-in with authorities

How corporate media would have covered another brutal miscarriage of justice: “Born (possibly out of wedlock?) in a stable, this jobless thirty-something of Middle Eastern origin had had previous run-ins with local authorities for disturbing the peace, and had become increasingly associated with the members of a fringe religious group. He spent the majority of [Read More…]

On the air with Rod Bennett at 5 PM Eastern

…on Connecting the Dots. We’ll be talking about Judas and getting ready for the Triduum. [Read more…]

Bishop Barron on the stubbornly historical nature…

…of the Christian faith: Christianity is not fideist, that is to say, reliant upon a pure and uncritical act of faith on the part of its adherents. Rather, it happily embraces reason and welcomes critical questions. Secondly, and relatedly, Christianity is a stubbornly historical religion. It is not a philosophy (though it can employ philosophical [Read More…]

Just a reminder to those who think violence substitute for obeying Jesus

Increasingly, I think fear and a kind of sloth are at the bottom of our lazy militarism. “Look!  I lobbed some bombs!  What more can I possibly do?” Well, you could open your hearts to refugees and let them come here. “Absolutely not!  Filthy terrorist kids!  Sean Spicer says five year old Iranian kids want [Read More…]

Yesterday, Tony Vasinda and I…

talked Catholic Beard Balm and Youth Ministry: [Read more…]

Spy Wednesday

…is the day for recalling the betrayal by Judas Iscariot, who went to the chief priest to cut a deal for 30 pieces of silver. Like sin so often does, the 30 pieces was the all-consuming passion for about 15 minutes.  It seemed like the most important thing in the world to Judas. People often [Read More…]

Eye of the Tiber, Ladies and Gentlemen

Ushers Forcibly Remove Communicant After Palm Sunday Mass Runs Out of Communion Hosts [Read more…]

On the Air today with Tony Vasinda and Michael Lichens at 5 PM Eastern

Tony Vasinda is founder of Catholic Beard Balm, a magical substance that transformed me from a wormy, chopfallen cipher to a titan of raw Olympic manliness and virility. He uses his powers for good and not for evil by donating the proceeds to fund Catholic Youth Ministry. Plus, he introduced my family to We Didn’t [Read More…]

We can help African Christians have enough to eat…

…for Easter. I know these people. They are the Real Deal. [Read more…]

You know what hasn’t happened?

Tom Price has still not rescinded the HHS Contraceptive Mandate that used to be one of the big Panics du Jour. And they not only still fund Planned Parenthood, but Trump sent Ivanka in secret to try to suck up to PP. Why, it’s like Trump doesn’t really care about any of the stuff his [Read More…]

Yesterday, Sherry Antonetti and I…

…talked about the Palm Sunday Readings: [Read more…]

Today Sherry Antonetti and I will be talking about…

…the Palm Sunday reading and the significance of the Triumphal Entry, all at 5 PM Eastern on Connecting the Dots. Give us a call at 1-573-4BREAD4. [Read more…]