Worst Nativity Sets

No, this is not one of Fr.Z’s posts on what he cooked for breakfast. Look closely. It’s a nativity set made out of sausages and sauerkraut and bacon…not really what you would expect for a good Jewish family. Go here for a picture gallery of the tackiest nativity sets this year. [Read more...]

Church Militant

I’m a few days late commenting on the broom brawl in the Church of the Nativity. It seems this sort of tussle breaks out quite often this time of year. I’m not surprised. I mean, what would it be like if I had to share a church with the Baptists and Episcopalians? A good old [Read More...]

Homilies from OLR

I have finally got the gadgetry working and my homilies from Our Lady of the Rosary will be posted each week. I will also make them available as podcasts from iTunes. They are free for several weeks, but eventually they will be bundled and available as downloads for a small handling fee. I will post [Read More...]

Have a Blessed Christmas

I’m signing off for a Christmas break from blogging and writing. Many thanks to all my friends around the world who read this blog and support my work. Have a blessed and wonderful Christmas celebration. Here’s one of my favorite Christmas poems to say thanks. Go here to enjoy it set to music. In the [Read More...]

Christians Awake

Awake, mankind! For your sake God has become man. Awake, you who sleep, rise up from the dead, and Christ will enlighten you. I tell you again: for your sake, God became man. You would have suffered eternal death, had he not been born in time. Never would you have been freed from sinful flesh, [Read More...]

Jesus’ Birthday from Scripture

Here’s a rather dour Protestant explaining why Jesus was born on December 25 using only the sacred Scriptures. Combine this with my recent article for Crisis magazine and Taylor Marshall’s arguments from the date for the angel appearing to Zechariah which you’ll find here, and the evidence builds up. Today Taylor has posted again on [Read More...]