July 5, 2022

Tunes From the BCCT on There are a lot of members of the Broad Chorus of Catholic Thinkers posting articles, videos and podcasts online. So much in fact that one really doesn’t have the time, energy or computer bandwidth to read all the good things being written up and slapped on a web page. And so I decided to bring examples of a 132 of them together in one post. It consists of bits of Orthodox Catholic thoughts from the... Read more

July 4, 2022

There are a lot of members of the Broad Chorus of Catholic Thinkers posting articles, videos and podcasts online. So much in fact that one really doesn’t have the time, energy or computer bandwidth to read all the good things being written up and slapped on a web page. And so I decided to bring examples of a 132 of them together in one post. It consists of bits of Orthodox Catholic thoughts from the Catholic Rigorous Vortex and the... Read more

July 3, 2022

For their short pithy brilliant whimsical way of saying things, I love to collect Twitter and other Quality Quintessential quips, quotes, questions, musings and maxims from the furthest reaches of the internet to the obscure book hidden in the dusty corner of some long forgotten book store and save them for a rainy day post. I  just might need some wonderful wordful beauty to express a sentiment or idea in what I’m writing so I created this particular post with... Read more

July 2, 2022

For their short pithy brilliant whimsical way of saying things, I love to collect Twitter and other Quality Quintessential quips, quotes, questions, musings and maxims from the furthest reaches of the internet to the obscure book hidden in the dusty corner of some long forgotten book store and save them for a rainy day post. I  just might need some wonderful wordful beauty to express a sentiment or idea in what I’m writing so I created this particular post with... Read more

June 30, 2022

The diversity of thought within Catholic teaching, like variety within the strictures of sonnets,  is one of its most beautiful features. It is nevertheless important to listen, as much as we can, to a broad chorus of Catholic thinkers. I have found great consolation in the fact that someone holier and smarter than myself has likely asked my questions already; my job is to find them and to listen, and then to make as many people as possible read block quotations... Read more

June 25, 2022

On the Marvelous Feast Day of the Sacred Heart of Jesus which is also the Nativity of  Womb Leaper  St. John the Baptist, A rare, five-planet alignment peaked on June 24, allowing a peek of Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn as they lined up in planetary order. Here on earth some pro-life issues lined up including the decision by the Supreme Court in the United States to overturn Roe V. Wade thus ending the constitutional right to abortion. If... Read more

June 23, 2022

There are so many cool Catholic blogs, magazines and other things to read online. One really doesn’t have the time, energy or computer bandwidth to read all the good things being written up and slapped on a web page. Besides some of the stuff being cyberly produced are meaningless chaff and should be left to the mercy of the wind to be blown away into forgotten thought.  That is unless you want to take that chaff and blow it up... Read more

June 19, 2022

Last Sunday we celebrated Trinity Sunday or Bad Analogies Day. This week we celebrate a trinity of holidays and feast days. We as Catholics celebrate the feast of Corpus Christi. The feast of Corpus Christi was proposed by Saint Thomas Aquinas, Doctor of the Church, to Pope Urban IV, in order to create a feast focused solely on the Holy Eucharist, emphasizing the joy of the Eucharist being the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ. Having recognized... Read more

June 16, 2022

 I do not care much for the moral reasoning of Amoris, nor am I a fanboy of Pope Francis or of his caporegime enforcers who are all rewarded for their sycophancy with red hats.  And I would include McElroy in that crowd.  But I also think that it is precisely the profoundly inconsistent and unprophetic nature of so much of what passes itself off as “orthodox Catholicism”. Cardinal McElroy and the Moral Theological Project of Pope Francis | Gaudium et Spes... Read more

June 12, 2022

As Catholics there is one particular habit that we all do on a regular basis that exemplifies our faith in a very visible and concrete way. It expresses the core of our faith and reminds us of who we are and who we worship. That is the sign of the cross. We dip our hand in the holy water which reminds us of our entrance into life of faith from baptism, giving us hope from the salvation given to us... Read more


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