remember those 399,000 ninjas that marched under a giant invisibility cloak…

... Well, it looks like CBS Washington found a pair of Spectraspecs. It didn't take a pair of very observant eyes to notice that when CBS Washington originally reported about the March For Life they failed to capture a photo of a single solitary pro-life advocate. It was astonishing really. I guess, after receiving reader feedback, the editor was prompted to take another look at that film, and oops... there they are.They have now revised their coverage to include some photos of the … [Read more...]

the true face of abortion…

Photo credit: Stephanie Richer PhotographyI met this woman at the Brookland-CUA station on the day of the March. She was there with six other pro-abortion demonstrators waiting to greet the crowds leaving morning mass at the Basilica. Stephanie stopped to snap some photos and asked who in the group had ever had an abortion. This lady was the only one who had; however, the other demonstrators with her claimed to have known someone in their lives who had abortions. I don't doubt it. One even … [Read more...]

ninjas stealthy creep past media reporters at the annual March For Life…

... Cause that's how we roll. Not only can we bi-locate but apparently we also have the magical powers of invisibility. Neat.CBS reporters apparently couldn't find a single pro-life marcher at the event to photograph. Not a single one.Seriously, this gross negligence from news agencies that are supposed to represent unbiased facts to the public needs to be called out and addressed - strongly. I know being held accountable is a foreign concept to the liberal left but it's time to … [Read more...]

like a Boss…

The Franciscan who walked the March For Life barefoot. The above image provide by St. Blogustine. Follow this link for more photos from St. Blogustine.March For Life photos around the web; … [Read more...]

reflecting on the March For Life 2012…

... I want to start off by stating the official count for the Vigil mass on Sunday night at the Basilica - 12, 000*. Twelve thousand Catholics packed the National Shrine. So when you hear and read msm's accounting of the March, if they bother to report the event at all, know that at the vigil mass alone there almost 18,000 people in attendance and not just "several hundred" that may be reported.Estimates put the March at half a MILLION participants.Image source: Telecare.Image … [Read more...]

March for Life live blogging…

... I have arrived in DC and the vigil mass will begin shortly. Plans are tentative at the moment but I will be posting updates and pictures on facebook and twitter for those who follow.The weather is abysmal, an icy 31 degrees. All the travelers and buses we passed on the way up and the thousands of pilgrims already here are fantastically braving the cold. Please pray for us. … [Read more...]

the merry ole’ English Conference…

... I must say, it was quite refreshing to attend a Catholic Conference that talked about Church history, the importance of reclaiming our cultural identity, and honoring long forgotten traditions.The speakers were Joseph Pearce, Joanna Bogle, and Fr. Longenecker and they covered everything from English martyrs, the Protestant Reformation, the connection to American and English Catholicism, long forgotten traditions, how fat Chesterton really was, and if Shakespeare was Catholic. … [Read more...]

women who dislike other women…

... Here's a thing I've long suspected; women that make great claims against other women are just doing so in hopes of endearing themselves to men. The old joke is that nothing can bring two people together faster than hatred of a third person. I believe this is the secret intent of so many women who mock and dislike other women. Maybe the desire is to gain admittance into the typically exclusive inner man-circle and ultimately win their favor. You know, "She's so much cooler/smarter/funnier … [Read more...]

a Conference on English Catholicism …

Fr. Longenecker has invited readers to register for the upcoming day conference on English Catholicism at his parish, Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church, 3710 Augusta Road, Greenville, SC.The conference will host EWTN personalities and authors Joanna Bogle, Joseph Pearce, and Fr. Dwight Longenecker on Saturday, January 21 from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm.“English Catholicism: Then & Now." Topics include: English Catholic life in the Middle Ages; Feasts and Seasons; Was Shakespeare Catholic; … [Read more...]