Ancilla Domini…

…continues her post-abortion walk. [Read more...]

When I Think of Good and Holy People I’ve Run Across in Cyberspace…

Terry Nelson is somewhere near the top of the list. He’s a better man than I am. [Read more...]

If you are looking for a delightful book review site…

…try The Catholic Reader, who is not only thrilled at the prospect of a film adaptation of Charles Williams All Hallow’s Eve and jam-packed with reviews of everything from Scripture scholarship to A Canticle for Leibowitz, but who even signs off posts with “Read well and prosper”. My heart skipped a beat. That’s my kinda [Read More...]

The Indomitable Brandon Vogt writes:

Dr. Matthew Ramage, assistant professor of theology at Benedictine College, has just released an important new book titled Dark Passages of the Bible: Engaging Scripture with Benedict XVI and St. Thomas Aquinas (The Catholic University of America Press, 2013). Check out my interview with him here. Check thou it out. [Read more...]

If you are stumped for Christmas gift ideas…

…Lizzie Scalia has a boatload of ‘em over on her blog! [Read more...]

Anybody who goes to the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology

…is okay by me. Reader Nicholas Senz has started a new blog: DomiNickan Here’s a sample of a few posts: on liturgical music; how “love your enemies” includes the guy who cuts you off in traffic; on people who end up being “religious but not spiritual”; distinguishing celibacy, chastity, and continence; a reminder to pray [Read More...]

When Kevin O’Brien writes about how people argue on the internet

…he reminds me of ADOLF HITLER HATING PUPPIES AND BABIES LIKE A KENYAN DEMONCRAT ISLAMIC COMMIE NAZI WHO WANTS TO IMPOSE A SHARIA ATHEIST REGIME ON US AND TAKE AWAY ALL THE GUNS. [Read more...]

Jason Stellman has way too much fun…

dialing back the annual panic over the WAR ON CHRISTMAS!!!! [Read more...]

J. Budziszewski…

is a fine Catholic writer (author of the wonderful book on natural law called What We Can’t Not Know). He is a teacher of government and philosophy at the University of Texas, and a Catholic convert, specializing in natural law, with a particular interest in how we tell ourselves we don’t know what we really [Read More...]

Tom Kreitzberg Pins Things Down For Us

He had a Thing at the Parish: That clears everything up.  If you haven’t had a St. Catherine of Siena Institute “Called and Gifted” workshop at your parish, you’re missing out.  This was created by the inestimable Sherry Weddell, who is also the author of one of the most important books of the decade: Forming [Read More...]


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