Servers at St Joseph’s

The servers and chaplain from St Joseph’s School after the recent blessing of our new Blessed Sacrament Chapel and altars–part of the fifteenth anniversary of the founding of the school. More photos here if anyone is interested. PS: That’s our son Benedict top left [Read more...]

Anne Rice

I’ve just finished reading Anne Rice’s Christ the Lord. I think it’s terrific. She captures the child Jesus in a wonderful way. Everyone who tries to tell a story knows that it is easier to create interesting villains, and very difficult to create interesting and convincing good people.  Anne Rice captures the goodness, simplicity and [Read More...]

Christ is Risen

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No Blogging for Holy Week

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Public School Predators

Here’s more news about the sexual predators who infest our public school system in America. Apparently the problem is at epidemic proportions across the country. But why doesn’t anybody stop to think about the root of the problem? In the secular youth culture it is considered sporting to bed anyone you like whenever you like. [Read More...]

Its Not Easy Being Green

Here are some spoof excerpts from a recent politically correct Stations of the Cross. Actually, one of the paragraphs below is the real thing. A prize for the readers who can spot the authentic eco station. In the station ‘Veronica Meets Jesus on the Way to the Cross’ Isobel Florsheim portrayed Veronica as a native [Read More...]