A Fellow Flynn Fan Effuses

A reader writes: 1)      I enjoy your work even when I disagree with you; your friendly and lucid writing style help bring Biblical ideas and Church thought to my attention – which ultimately brings me closer to Christ – for that I thank you Thanks! 2)      Your post on the Church and science is near [Read More...]

A Blog for an Irish Ordinariate

Fr. O writes: I have recently set up a blog to promote the idea of setting up an Ordinariate in Ireland and provide a forum for those interested. Perhaps you’d take a look & if you like what you see, do what you can to help spread the word? The Ordinariate in Australia have already [Read More...]

Nice Little Piece

…explaining Thomas’ Five Ways of demonstrating the existence of God and showing the underlying unity of those ways. Drury also offers a nice take on Dawkins’ arguments from probability. [Read more...]

One of the many advantages of being Catholic

…is the fact that a connection to the past keeps you from thinking that the troubles of your tiny slice of history are utterly unprecedented and a cause for despair. The world has always been going to hell in a handbasket. That’s why the very first Christians said, “Save yourselves from this corrupt generation.” [Read more...]

Catholic Stand…

…has a new post up on the impotence of current Catholic engagement with politics and some noodlings about a new approach. [Read more...]

Ancilla Domini reflects on Kermit Gosnell

…over at Post-Abortion Walk. [Read more...]

The Semi-Permeable Membrane of the Various Protestantisms

Elizabeth Scalia is bumping up against one of the standard ploys used in Protestantism for ignoring historic Christian teaching. I described the sleight-of-hand several years ago: Retention of Catholic Sacred Tradition fragments has kept Protestantism in such sanity as it still possesses. So when the Bible Answer Man appeals to “historic Christianity” in understanding what [Read More...]

Kevin O’Brien reflects…

…on Chesterton’s remark that, “The one hell which  imagination must conceive as most hellish is to be eternally acting a play without even the narrowest and dirtiest greenroom in which to be human.” [Read more...]

Catholic Convo asks the Musical Question…

“Where are the boundaries for Youth Ministry?” [Read more...]

Infinite Grace

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