where did this notion come from…

... that poor people love their children less or the popular idea that you can't start a family until you've acquired the appropriate degree/home/car etc. This selfish acquistiion of goods is nothing more than an excuse to avoid having to live for any one other than oneself. … [Read more...]

dear people reading this blog and not voting for me…

... what the hell is the matter with you? Why you no love me? Blog is sad. … [Read more...]

why Julio can’t get a job…

... the funniest damn thing I've read all week. The Rockin' Traddie writes: Julio the Burger Flipper wonders why he can't get a better job than McDonalds. Could it be his demeanor, style of dress, or just the fact that he sounds like he just might be mentally retarded? … [Read more...]

and remember every time you vote for Fr. Z…

... and not me a puppet con-celebrates the mass. Don't let the puppets win; VOTE FOR THE CRESCAT. VOTE FOR ME. Vote often. … [Read more...]

I know what guys want for Valentine’s Day…

... for their wives & girlfriends to leave them the hell alone. ... c'mon ladies, it's not rocket science. Lower your expectations and be grateful you have a husband/boyfriend that is there for you the rest of the year, not just one Hallmark created day. I know am I. ... there it is, some friendly advice from one woman to the next. Leave men the hell alone this Valentine's Day. Your relationship will be the better for it.*reposting from last year because good advice never goes out of date. … [Read more...]

dear person who quit ‘following’ this blog …

... why you no love me anymore? … [Read more...]

invite me to your blog…

... I always like seeing what's new out there and I don't usually have a lot of browsing time. So if I don't link to you already and you liked to invite me to your blog drop the link in the com-box. … [Read more...]

every time you vote for Fr. Z…

... you get nothing. Vote for me and get nothing too! … [Read more...]

St. Scholastica …

St. Scholastica was the twin sister of St. Benedict, the Patriarch of Western monasticism. She was born in Umbria, Italy, about 480. Under Benedict's direction, Scholastica founded a community of nuns near the great Benedictine monastery Monte Cassino. Inspired by Benedict's teaching, his sister devoted her whole life to seeking and serving God. She died in 547 and tradition holds that at her death her soul ascended to heaven in the form of a dove. Patron: Against rain; convulsive children; … [Read more...]