Clear Thinking about the Protoevangelium of James

Over at the Register, a reader writes concerning the Perpetual Virginity of Mary: The source of the perpetual virginity of Mary is the “Protoevangelium of James,” generally conidered to have been written in the middle of the second century. It also is the source of the names of Mary’s parents, Joachim and Anna, and the [Read More...]

Today, I’m at the dentist!

Here is a piece on a much happier and less expensive subject: Mary and how she guard the truth of our relationship to God. If you like it or the rest of my work, please consider dropping a few shekels in the Tin Cup Rattle by a) clicking the donate button under my ugly mug [Read More...]

Mary, the Virgin Mother

…in which we continue looking at the nuptial and maternal implications of John’s teaching about Mary that we began last Friday. [Read more...]

Another Book Out the Door!

Actually, this is an oldie but goodie.  By What Authority? has been picked up by Ignatius Press and has just been revised and expanded by Yr. Obdt. Svt.  Dunno when it will be published, but I do know that when it is, it will be shiny bright with all the old content, plus some tweaky [Read More...]

Over at the Register…

I posted this discussion of the Perpetual Virginity of Mary on Friday in honor of Cow and Claire’s wedding (both are members of Maximilian Kolbe’s Militia Immaculata. Today we continue with this discussion of the Wedding at Cana. I will have more on the wedding of Cow and Claire anon. [Read more...]

And, of course, the Great Sign of Hope is Happening Today

The Feast of the Assumption is the real sign of the completion of the gospel mystery. It’s one thing to say Christ is ascended into heaven. But it’s another thing to say that all that drama has actually done the job it was supposed to do and brought somebody who is *not* God into heaven. [Read More...]

I’ll be on Faith and Family Radio today…

with my friend Steve Wood. The show airs live at 2 PM Eastern. We’ll be talking about Mary with a guy from an Evangelical background who is sympathetic to the Church, but still has questions and concerns. Should be very interesting. I think you can call in to, if you feel like chatting about Mary-related [Read More...]

Yr. Obdt. Svt….

talks with Gail “The Bible Lady” Buckley about Our Lady. [Read more...]