Infinite Grace Continues…

…her post-abortion walk. [Read more…]

Joseph Pearce and Kevin O’Brien on Tolkien, Myth, and Mortality

A nifty EWTN series is now available on DVD: Also, on another note entirely, Kevin tackles the question “What is Communion?” [Read more…]

Does Everything Happen for a Reason?

Over at Strange Notions, Yr. Obdt. Svt takes a look at this old metaphysical chestnut. [Read more…]

Christian Democracy on the Tortured Logic of Torture Logic

…here and here. [Read more…]

There are two sorts of people I want to hear from…

…when it comes to climate change and the Church’s take on it. One is Catholics who actually know the Church’s teaching.  I pretty much assume the pope has that base covered, so I’m waiting to hear from him and whatever he winds up saying. The other is actual, like, real people who actually know, like [Read More…]

Acts of the Apostasy is having fun

GLOBAL WARMING SPIKES IN ADVANCE OF POPE’S ENCYCLICAL; BLOGGERS’ REACTION CITED When Francis-haters have that many cows, it’s bound to create a lot of methane. Just wait till the pope actually *says* something. [Read more…]

Stephen Hawking and the Media Rolodex

Every few months, Stephen Hawking will emit some comment that, on the lips of any other person, would be dismissed as the sort of thing one of Art Bell’s daffier guests might say. Most recently, he has been talking about his fears that AI could end the human race. If I were to seriously start [Read More…]

I often hear from people wondering how you figure out what Catholic dogma is

Behold! Three essential books for learning Catholic dogma. [Read more…]

Zippy Catholic is Back in the Saddle, Talking about Usury

Sez he: Given the Pope’s relatively recent strong public denouncement of usury, I thought your readers might be interested in my recently published (and even more recently polished) Usury FAQ. Reminds me of a piece I wrote one time after reading Dante on the surprising connection medievals made between the sins of sodomy and usury. [Read more…]

Mackerel Snapper Muses…

…on the state of Protestantism today. [Read more…]