King David and Joe Six-Pack have something in common. A number of things, actually. He was a soldier, while I was a Marine. He was a repentant sinner, and I am one still. He was a bit of an extrovert, and according to Myers-Briggs (all characters in the Bible took the test. No, really.), he and I share the same personality type. He wrote poems with verve, which are the kind of poems I like to read.
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As the HHS takes it on the chin for the failures in allowing folks to sign up for Obamacare, another blow is landed on them. [Read more…]
It seems fitting to me, at least. Especially this part, [Read more…]
“That our own government is knowingly displaying such a lack of tolerance for faithful Christians is outrageous”
So says attorney Erin Mersino. I agree. I’d also agree if our government displayed a lack of tolerance for the teachings of faithful Jews, Muslims, Quakers, Mormons, Hindus, et al, too.
So a couple of lawyers are throwing another log on the HHS Mandate lawsuit bonfire. Catholic News Service has the skinny, [Read more…]
More good news regarding relations with our Orthodox brethren. Nat da Polis, of AsiaNews shares it here.
Vatican City (AsiaNews) – The ecumenical patriarch of Constantinople has invited Pope Francis to travel with him to the Holy Land next year to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the embrace between Patriarch Athenagoras and Paul VI, the pioneers of Catholic-Orthodox dialogue. [Read more…]