A reader writes: A friend of mine, Brandon Vogt, suggested I share with you two blogs that I am involved with to seek your promotional aid. + The first is a Year of Faith blog/website that a friend of mine and I developed to prep for, and celebrate, the YOF. This blog posts every other day with [Read More...]
As the Internet’s Leading Dark Lord, I extend professional courtesy and respect to the Internet’s Emperor, particularly when he issues draconian edicts I happen to agree with. Obey him without question. [Read more...]
Here’s the Disputations Challenge! Here’s how it works: Register at disputations.blogspot.com. Vote in the 2012 general election. For each election decided by your vote, I will send you $10. To register, just leave a comment below with your name, zip code, and the state and Congressional districts in which you live. If any of the [Read More...]
…on what he admires about paganism and neopaganism–and where the fatal flaws are, particularly in the latter. And that is the main difference between the neopagans and the pagans. The pagans are pre-Christian, men who, by force of imagination alone, attempt to plumb the depth of the mystery of the divine, and who, in addition [Read More...]
…tries to read the tea leaves. He thinks Romney’s going to win. I think his assessment of where things stand is probably pretty accurate. That and five bucks will get you a Starbucks. Bottom line for any Catholic serious about his or her faith: GTFO of the Democratic Party. But the Republicans aren’t our friends [Read More...]
…when they could be reading Simcha Fisher? Jeepers, she’s fun! I’ll see her Goethe and raise her a George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron, later George Gordon Noel, 6th Baron Byron, commonly known as Lord Byron. His Adventures of Don Juan (pronounced “Joo-en”) was one of the great trials I had to endured in my [Read More...]
…to an art form. Here is his reading from the Book of Barack. And, from a couple of years back, his Chaucerization of the plight of the Archbishop of Canterbury as the Country that Used to Be England tries to face down the inferno of the inflamed spirituality of Radical Islam with the squirt gun [Read More...]
A few days ago, Fr. Dwight Longenecker put up a little piece noodling the question of whether a mass murderer might by diagnosed by an exorcist as demonically possessed, and looking at the general way in which priests who do that sort of ministry try to make evaluations, etc. It’s a side of life most [Read More...]
…continues to hold forth in his own inimitable fashion on such burning topics as Mel Gibson, modesty, the evils of Vatican II, hamsters, and, er, regularity in the life of the Truly True Catholic. This is perhaps the most inside baseball boutique humor blog on the planet. Hilariously funny, but only to a population about [Read More...]
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