The Dead Philosophers Society is on the Air!

A reader writes: I am presently a grad student in my final semester of classes at Holy Apostles College and Seminary.  Holy Apostles is a fantastic and faithful Catholic University.  Their distance-learning graduate program gets better every year.  I’ve had Fr. Brian Mullady, Roy Schoeman, and Patrick Madrid as professors, among others.  In an effort [Read More...]

Hey! All you Peeps of St. Thomas’ Posse!

Note to readers: The title is written in Gritty Urban Youth Slang so that I can “be keepin’ it real”. It is so important for Catholic writers to keep their finger on the pulse of contemporary trends, “yo”. St. Thomas was all about being as fashionable as possible. His Tantum Ergo was No. 1 with [Read More...]

Bellarmine College Prep in San Jose Has a Job Opening

Nota bene: Dear Parents, When I was hired by Bellarmine, I consented to a ten year term as President, as long as the Board of Trustees was satisfied with my performance.  Now that I am in my ninth year of serving the Bellarmine community, a Presidential Search Committee has been established to identify qualified candidates [Read More...]

Reader Bill Mild writes…

Over the past 3 years, I put in about 200 hours of website development time into www.MarchForLife.net.  My idea was to document the March For Life each year in order to expose the absurdity of the media coverage each year.  I created the ability to upload photos, youtube links, and news article links for anyone who [Read More...]

Day 7 of the Tin Cup Rattle: The Finale

If you like the stuff I’ve done please plink some shekels in the donate button on the right rail (or buy my stuff here). And to all those who have been so kind and generous, I thank you from the bottom of my heart and pray God our Father bless you through our Lord Jesus [Read More...]

Day 6 of the Tin Cup Rattle

We’re coming in on the Home Stretch. If you care about supporting a lower middle class dude and his Fambly o’Fun in their ongoing quest to have food and shelter, as well as getting yourself a heapin’ helpin’ o’ cultural commentary and news that you can’t do without, then please drop some shekels in the [Read More...]

Day 5 of the Tin Cup Rattle

Dearest minions. Many people think that we Dark Lords have it easy. But all those human heads aren’t just handed to me on a silver platter. There are skilled professionals demanding wages and threatening to rampage through the village in a berserker rage if I don’t pay them. Nor does the power company give the [Read More...]

Day 4 of the Tin Cup Rattle

Many thanks to those of you who have been so kind to us!  We Sheas deeply appreciate it! Very briefly, if you appreciate what I do here, please plink some shekels in the donate button over there on the right rail and help us out of our current rather dire financial straits. I am, as [Read More...]

Day 3 of the Tin Cup Rattle

Recently, you got to learn about natural revelation, discuss the God King, find out how the continents make a fire-breathing tyrannosaurus, meditate on “unto us a child is born”, meet new bloggers, and gab about hell. And, of course, there’s the convivial atmosphere of the comboxes where you can meet dudes and babes conversant in [Read More...]

Day 2 of the Tin Cup Rattle

This is one of the moments where I ask for some small help with my efforts to provide you with the sort of Catholic content, newsiness, fun, and so forth that is this blog. We Sheas live in narrow financial straits. For those who have joined the blog since last quarter, I am a writer [Read More...]

Day 1 of the Quarterly Tin Cup Rattle

If you like what you read here, please help keep an emphatically lower middle class writer solvent so he can keep bringing you the weird combination of offbeat humor, theological ramblings, ecclesial and civil politics, and various cultural ephemera that you’ve come to realize you can’t live without. Click on the PayPal button to the [Read More...]

Job Opportunity

The Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology needs a Director of Recruitment and Admission. Maybe it’s your future job. [Read more...]


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