Reader Robert Hunt has a new blog!

He writes: I have started a blog! The name of the blog is Thoughts and Prayers for the Faithful. I will, of course, be sharing my thoughts on various subjects. Mostly, though, I want the blog to be a ministry of prayer. My hope is that readers will feel free to share their needs and [Read More…]

Did You Know An Apple is in Motion…

…even when it is just sitting there? That’s because there’s more than one kind of motion. Local motion (movement in space) is what we moderns mean by “motion”. So when an apple falls on Newton’s head, that is what moderns think of as “motion.” But when St. Thomas speaks of “motion” he means “change of [Read More…]

Sherry Antonetti on the March ….

for Living. [Read more…]

Dr. Dawn Eden Goldstein keeps us posted…

…on her latest doing across the Pond in Old Blighty. [Read more…]

Sr. Theophilus is a budding writer

She’s a new sister with the Immaculate Heart of Mary Benedictine Monastery in Westfield, Vermont (she’s the first picture on their Oblates page). She’s writing two sites: The first is entitled “A Life Worth Living” and is a collection of some fiction, poetry, and spiritual reflection and commentary (it’s really God’s blog and whatever He [Read More…]

Sherry Antonetti is a helluva writer

…and, more importantly, a dear sister in Christ. Brava! [Read more…]

Mackeral Snapper’s Wife on the Message Every Prolife Christian Defender of Trump is Sending

A Vote for Trump is a Vote for My Assaulter If you show up in my combox to tell a victim of sexual assault that it never happened, she had it coming, she is “politicizing” a “misfortune” or some other variation on blaming the victim, goodbye forever. [Read more…]

A Sister in Christ Could Use a Bit of Help

Please check out Steel Magnificat’s blog and help he hubby get to a conference, present a paper, and improve his chances of getting hired for a job he’s shooting for. Do it for St. Francis. [Read more…]

Matthew Tyson on Killing

He does what I should have done and situates the Church’s teaching on the death penalty in the context of the rest of its teaching on the fifth commandment in the Catechism, making clear that the approach is always “how can we avoid killing if at all humanly possible” and never “when do we get [Read More…]

Rebecca Bratten Weiss is simply right

Catholics must denounce the anti-semitism of the alt Right. It is poison and we who know where that can lead will be judged, if it were possible, even more harshly than the people who did not foresee what would come of the rise of Hitler. [Read more…]