The Apostle

We watched The Apostle last night. Now that’s one sweet Christian movie. One of the difficulties in making a film about faith is that movies are, well, motion pictures. They are pictures that move, and faith is an inner, invisible gift. This is why so many Catholic films about saints are worthy, but boring. The real [Read More...]

Biden for VP

I’m sorry I haven’t been blogging over the last few days. To tell you the truth, I have simply been too excited by the candidacy of Sarah Palin, but because I’m not supposed to be pushing any particular candidate, because I’m a priest and all that, I have been keeping my peace. I realize that [Read More...]

The Cafeteria is Closed

Cardinal Newman on the impossibility of cafeteria Catholicism At the time of the apostles a Christian was bound to take without doubting all that the Apostles declared to be revealed; if the Apostles spoke, he had to yield to an internal assent of his mind…immediate, implicit submission of the mind was the only necessary token [Read More...]

Biblical Caption Competition

“Bodily exercise profiteth little…” I Timothy 4:8 [Read more...]

Steve McCain

Is it my imagination or is there an increasingly striking resemblance between American presidential candidate Steve Martin and the famous comedian Mr John McCain? It is clear that they both like guns and are very funny men.  Is there any chance they are related? I think we should be told. [Read more...]

No Questions Asked

This article tells us that a leading scientist in England has resigned from his post at the Royal Society (a prestigious intellectual club) after an outcry from the scientific establishment. The man suggested that maybe, just maybe it could be okay, in some circumstances, in order to further the educational process, you know, in order [Read More...]