Love Leah Libresco

Here she is in Ireland, doing her math geek Catholic thing. [Read more…]

The Indomitable and Many-Splendored Brandon Vogt writes…

…that he “has a lengthy interview with Cardinal Thomas Collins, Archbishop of Toronto, about marriage, divorce, communion, and other pressing issues related to the family. He’s a breath of clarity in a confusing world.” [Read more…]

The Mackerel Snapper Blog…

…on the Immaculate Conception of Mary. Just a reminder, you can pre-order a copy of the new single volume, unabridged, revised and expanded Mary, Mother of the Son, signed and everything, by ordering it from me. Just click on the beautiful shiny cover below: Here is the publisher’s description of the book: Mark P. Shea’s [Read More…]

Fr. Angelo Mary Geiger Continues to Fight the Good Fight

…in defense of the Faith and the Holy Father against Reactionary enemies of both.  God bless his work in the Vineyard. [Read more…]

The Rhymes of History…

…is another fine offering from the Western Sojourn blog. [Read more…]

Fr. Angelo Mary Geiger on Keeping Secrets…

blogging, and anonymity. I realize that it’s perfectly legit to write on the web under a handle and have, on rare occasions, done so myself for prudential reason. But mostly I have always had a scruple against it. I just feel funny writing things if I don’t have the guts to sign my name to [Read More…]

Sherry Weddell is on the Air!

Check out her new blog here on Patheos! [Read more…]

What’s the Difference Between Cults and the Church?

To a person of religious sensibility—someone searching for God—it is easy to be drawn into a cult, rather than one of the more respectable “religions.” But what is the difference between a cult and a religion? To outsiders they may appear indistinguishable. The early Christians were a cult in the eyes of the Romans. Modern [Read More…]

Ancilla Domini Continues…

…her post-abortion walk. [Read more…]

Michael Lichens is such a gift

Here he is, at the Catholic Gentleman, writing about his “Black Dog Days” and things he’s found helpful in dealing with depression. As somebody who has struggled with depression myself, and who is related to people who struggle with it, I appreciate his humane take. Also, he writes about the great Stratford Caldecott and comic [Read More…]