Great and Whinderous

More about the curious case of the blogged, but not blogging English priest, the increasingly famous Fr Whinder. Yes, that’s him on the left just last Sunday with a priest friend after Mass outside a church in London. He was spotted by Dunadan. Try to resist the temptation to compare these two reverend gentlemen to [Read More...]

Indy Rides Again

The news that Indiana Jones is to ride again makes me wonder if others have picked up on the ‘Christian quest’ reading of the famous film trilogy. To understand this sub theme you have to put the films in chronological story order…not in the order in which they were made. First of all we see [Read More...]

Most Important Belief

Today I was interviewed by a newspaper reporter who, it turned out, was a fellow Bob Jones University graduate. Among other set questions she asked, “What is your most important belief?” My reply: For God so loved the world that he sent his only begotten son, so that whoever believes in him shall not perish, [Read More...]

Greene-land

I hadn’t read a Graham Greene novel in years, but remembering the tale of the ‘whiskey priest’ in The Power and the Glory I got it down and re-read it last week. I can remember reading Greene as an Anglican student and asking my Catholic friend, June Reynolds what she thought of him. She chuckled [Read More...]

I Whinder as I Whinder

To learn more about the mysterious English priest pictured below link over to Fr Finigan and on to Cally’s Kitchen. [Read more...]

For All the Saints

C.S.Lewis once observed, “How monotonously alike all the great tyrants and conquerors have been: how gloriously different are the saints!” Therese of Lisieux wrote, ” All the saints will be indebted to each other…Who knows the joy we shall experience in beholding the glory of the great saints and knowing that by a secret disposition [Read More...]


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