June 8, 2023

When I come home from work, my body is tired and I don’t want to do much. Instead of playing one of the small amount of board and card games that we own, which include Monopoly and Exploding Kittens, my wife and I choose to watch some show, so  I can unwind and possibly engage my mind and imagination without much effort. Our weekly shows that we had been watching, which include the new Quantum Leap, the time travel show... Read more

June 5, 2023

For some reason at the beginning of the month of June at the beginning of the Month of the Sacred Heart, which includes the feast of the Holy Trinity, there were a plethora of interesting and insightful Tweets on Twitter. Normally I don’t put this many Tweets  in a History of the week. But how can you pass on a boatload of good tweets when they sail in your harbor. Pope Francis@Pontifex (May 31, 2023) Today, at the end of... Read more

May 31, 2023

“Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.” ― Lao Tzu As I was standing in line for communion at Tuesday Morning Mass, I was busy not thinking about wholly holy things, but about the next post I was going to write on The Catholic Bard. I was telling my friend this in the car as I was driving... Read more

May 29, 2023

At all most 6 months into the year we celebrate the release of the Holy Spirit in the church. In the days leading up to Pentecost Sunday Here’s What Happen  Last Week and Year in Life.   Monday May 22, 2023 Saint Rita of Cascia, Religious Day 142: Whole and Joyful Hearts — The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz) – YouTube Day 142: The New Heaven and the New Earth — The Catechism in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz)... Read more

May 24, 2023

I love reading. Or I actually like the idea of reading and wish I could engage in it more then I do. Regardless of how much or how little I read there is always something new to read In the 21st century there is always someone hard at work thinking, comprehending, and constructing words into a computer document hoping the typed words will print out either on material obtained from trees or else something that you can read on a... Read more

May 22, 2023

We’ve lived 20 weeks so far in 2023 and this week we remember the sad remembrance of the worst school massacre in U.S, history. Surprisingly it wasn’t done with guns and it wasn’t done recently but in 1927. Schrool down to watch the video telling you about it, plus you can learn the Nickel Song and learn the difference between the book and movie of The Wizard of Oz, learn about the founding of the Red Cross Experience Jesus Ascending... Read more

May 19, 2023

I try to crank out 2 blog posts a week for the Catholic Bard. Sometimes it is a last minute scraped together and held  together by spiritual duct tape type of post. Perhaps your a writer, blogger, youtuber, or podcastor who sometimes produce articles, podcasts, or videos like that. Or perhaps your head is on tight and you can crank out creativity and profoundness with your arms tied around your back.  Or maybe your like me and your mind is... Read more

May 15, 2023

It was a very monmentual week for ecunimism and unity in the church as Pope Francis welcomed 21 Coptic Christians into the Calendar of Saints. We finish up the Novena to St. Joseph and start our expedition with Lewis and Clark. Bruce Banner first Hulks Out and Fr. Casey reads some mean tweets and tells us how to navigate social media. Dolly Parton puts out a new tune and the exciting conclusion to last weeks Mysterious World episode. All this... Read more

May 10, 2023

During the start of the global pandemic 2020, A new Patheos blog appeared on the scene, on Mother’s Day May 10. Three Years Later, the blogging continues at post # 518. Here is a look back at some of our milestones in writing. We Are Writers I am so thankful for this opportunity to write for Patheos It is all due to my husband And a woman named Rebecca who I have yet to meet, even via social media And... Read more

May 8, 2023

Here’s What Happen  Last Week and Year in Life.  What does… the grandson of American revolutionary figure Paul Revere the loch ness monster the denver airport Hit popular Science Fiction Movies and TV Shows Science and Technology  David Koresh The hindenburg disaster Pope Francis A drunk irishman who couldn’t be killed A dead mysterious woman who was killed All have in common? They are all subjects on the various The Secrets of SQPN podcast shows and Jimmy Akin’s Mysterious World podcast that... Read more

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