January 5, 2009

In the words of the irrepressible Kathy Shaidle:Dear Luftwaffe: Please come back. All is forgiven.In other “Please just establish the Caliphate in Buckingham Palace Now” news….Britain: Where the Dictatorship of Relativism means all religions are equally superior to the Catholic Church. Read more

January 5, 2009

Somebody Thinks They Found “Archaelogical Proof” of the ExodusI tend to be skeptical of stuff like this. But it’s kinda interesting. Read more

January 5, 2009

Hitherto Wilfully Obtuse Atheist Gets a ClueIt’s good to see that Matthew Parris can be taught. I’ve had my worries about him in the past. Read more

January 5, 2009

How Court Prophets and Professional Theological Whores Paved the Way for the Kennedys (and the Dems) to Be Pro-Abort ZealotsBut that all changed in the early ’70s, when Democratic politicians first figured out that the powerful abortion lobby could fill their campaign coffers (and attract new liberal voters). Politicians also began to realize that, despite the Catholic Church’s teachings to the contrary, its bishops and priests had ended their public role of responding negatively to those who promoted a pro-choice… Read more

January 5, 2009

“It is a practice too profound to alter. Too precious to change.”Now in convenient disposable plastic!This is one of those places where dimestore Evangelical piety makes Catholic flesh crawl. Yet it should be noted that this is also a classic “plastic cup half full” situation in which Evangelicals are slowly feeling their way back to a Eucharistic piety. Credit it as you would the widow’s mite. Read more

January 5, 2009

Natural Disasters killed 220,000 in 2008Somehow it all gets pinned on global warming “climate change”. The great thing about “climate change” is that, no matter what happens, you can blame it. Killed by a cold snap? Climate change. Global warming and freezing to death is a tough sell. “Climate change” (which is, to me, as meaningful as “variations in fluctuation”) is infinitely more malleable as a concept. It means anything and everything that the weather might do. Of course, there… Read more

January 5, 2009

Natural Disasters killed 220,000 in 2008Somehow it all gets pinned on global warming “climate change”. The great thing about “climate change” is that, no matter what happens, you can blame it. Killed by a cold snap? Climate change. Global warming and freezing to death is a tough sell. “Climate change” (which is, to me, as meaningful as “variations in fluctuation”) is infinitely more malleable as a concept. It means anything and everything that the weather might do. Of course, there… Read more

January 5, 2009

Tim Jones writes:Just letting folks know that I’ve launched a new Daily Painting blog. I’ll be painting every day and offering the work on e-bay (cheap!) as I move toward trying to make a consistent income with my fine art. I hope, of course, to make the work more accessible to a wider audience by painting consistently and selling fairly inexpensively (cheap!), as more artists are doing through the magic of the internets.Sort of a Distributist approach to fine art.And… Read more

January 5, 2009

Tim Jones writes:Just letting folks know that I’ve launched a new Daily Painting blog. I’ll be painting every day and offering the work on e-bay (cheap!) as I move toward trying to make a consistent income with my fine art. I hope, of course, to make the work more accessible to a wider audience by painting consistently and selling fairly inexpensively (cheap!), as more artists are doing through the magic of the internets.Sort of a Distributist approach to fine art.And… Read more

January 5, 2009

Fr. Dwight Longenecker’s Sunday Homilies are Now Available as PodcastsNow you know! Read more

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