I have to admit to you, dear reader, that I am ignorant about much regarding the way “things” are. The world is a very complex place, and this is mostly through our own, dare I say it, grievous faults. And I also need to let you know that the semi-annual fracus in the Holy Places, like the one I shared with you yesterday, both sadden me and excite my interest in learning how they came about. [Read more...]
Truth, Goodness, and Beauty. What do these mysterious attributes have to do with this blog, or with your humble blogger? Well, if a picture is worth a thousand words, that message is all spelled out for you in the new YIMCatholic banner image you see above. [Read more...]
This morning, I’ve been firing test shots from the gun deck to make sure all the link thingies for Networked Blogs are working. If you have been bombarded on Facebook and Twitter lately, that’s the reason. I’m firing this post off to see if it goes right down the pickle barrel too. If it does, all systems will be “go” and YIMCatholic 2.0 will be “good to go.” If it doesn’t, I’ll go back to the range for more practice.
I was just over at YIMCatholic 1.0 looking for something in the archives, when I noticed a milestone for the blog has been reached on this day: 500,000 page views?! How accurate is that doo-hickey (way down below the Holy Family==>>) ? I really have no idea. But it does gives me a neat snapshot of the world like this, [Read more...]
The crew has been scraping the barnacles off our keel and holystoning our decks like there was no tomorrow getting ready for this day. Open House! Everything that was stowed has been unpacked. Everything that was over at Blogger is now here, just in a different way. Come aboard and let me show you around. [Read more...]
I became a Catholic when I was confirmed at the Easter Vigil in the year of Our Lord, 2008. I was baptized, though, when I was 10 years old in a Non-denominational Christian church located in my hometown. With my family, I attended regularly (pretty much if church was open, we were there!) until I graduated from high school and joined the Marine Corps at the age of 17. [Read more...]
All hands, we have arrived at Patheos a little broken, but unbowed. Heavier than expected weather has knocked away a few spars and we will need to make repairs before heading out to deep water. This will also bring the opportunity to scrap the barnacles from our keel, pump out the bilge, repaint, etc. [Read more...]