What Do Penn Jillette And Peter Kreeft Have In Common?

A healthy aversion to the idol of tolerance. First up, Mr. Jillette (H/T Marcel LeJuene), [Read more...]

The Miraculous Incident of Balanced Media Coverage On Same-Sex Marriage…

This is the week when the Supreme Court will spill the beans on what will become of same-sex marriage in California, and perhaps in the entire country. Lots of folks are on pins and needles waiting for the decision that will be handed down. [Read more...]

The Martyrdom of Sir Thomas More (For All The Saints) UPDATED

Not all Christians are hypocrites all the time. The proof of that statement resides in the Church Triumphant, specifically in the witness of the martyrs for the Faith. Yes indeed, the Communion of Saints is a treasure house of role models of redeemed fallenness.

Take, for instance, St. Thomas More, patron saint of lawyers, martyr for religious freedom, whose Feast we celebrate today. [Read more...]

Jessica Rey On Bathing Suits: “Who Says It Has To Be Itsy Bitsy?” UPDATED

Better, longer, and more involved posts on modesty, swim suits, and debates surrounding the same can be found at other blogs. Try Marc Barnes, the Holy Fool, Lifeteen,  etc., for the dos, don’ts, whys, and wherefores of the perennial bikini controversy. [Read more...]

Simcha Fisher Is My New Neighbor?

Sorry, doll…the secret is out.

I wonder if she’ll let me borrow a cup of sugar every once in a while? You know what this also means? The Jerk is going to be here as well. Love that guy!

Check out her introduction by the Anchoress, and her first post, right cheer…

Do We Have the Will To Remove The Infrastructure of Tyranny We Have Erected?

Think, think, think…

I’m not going to waste a lot of your time recapping what you are already being bombarded with in the news these past few days. The IRS Scandal, everyone is fair game to be spied on, etc.

Justice Antonin Scalia put it well when he wrote the dissent (which was supported also by Justices Kagen, Sotomayor, and Ginsberg) recently in the Supreme Court decision for allowing DNA swabs to be conducted on anyone who is arrested. [Read more...]

Brandon Vogt’s Least Read Blog Post? That Would Be This One…

Originally posted on July 15, 2010, almost one year before The Church and New Media burst onto the scene.

Another week, another pithy review of European History. I have to think that when Belloc wrote this book in 1936, he was at the height of his literary abilities. [Read more...]

Cardinal Dolan on the HHS Mandate: “If we give in now, they will not leave us alone.”

Photo Credit: Seth Wenig/AP

Kathryn Jean Lopez, a blogger neighbor of mine here at Patheos, and a writer for National Review Online, has been closely following the story that the New York Times published back on Sunday. More importantly, she has been following the response of Cardinal Timothy Dolan after the story was published. [Read more...]

Did You Know St. Thomas Aquinas Preached A Sermon on Lying?

I didn’t either, until earlier this year when I picked up a copy of The Aquinas Catechism, published by Sophia Institute Press.

Alert! This is a very long post. Just FYI. [Read more...]

Intermission

So I’ve been informed that Patheos is doing another behind-the-scenes makeover of the website. The upshot? I won’t be able to post anything today as the elves do their work. In the meantime, here are some of my favorite songs which you may enjoy while you wait patiently for a post. Or, you can go read something controversial. Like a post about Hell. Or perhaps a post about Lying.

Thanks for stopping by!

The Motels, Suddenly, Last Summer.
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