by baldilocks Many Christians were angered and annoyed by the Washington Post’s editorial headline from two days ago. I’m among that number. It’s interesting to note how often most of the American mainstream media has ignored the Islamist mass murders of dark-skinned Christians just in the past few years. Examples: Nigeria and Egypt. Then there … Continue reading WaPo’s Latest Weapon
The Obama administration failed to stop Russian intervention in the 2016 presidential election. That’s a key point that media and Democrat bloviators have failed to acknowledge in the debate over the Mueller Report. In the report, the special prosecutor states that Russia began interfering in American democracy in 2014. The effort blossomed into a robust … Continue reading Obama and the Mueller Report
...then we must conclude that actual racism in the United States of the sort that prevents people from living one's life and bettering one's position is practically non-existent. Those who were freed from cruel slavery in the 1860's subject to the violence of the Klan in the 1880's, held back by Jim Crow in the … Continue reading If Your Big Issue to Fight Racism is Kate Smith singing God Bless America…
By: Pat Austin BATON ROUGE – There’s a case out of Baton Rouge that might be interesting to watch: a former LSU professor has asked the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals to review her case. Teresa Buchanan taught elementary education students with a specialization in early childhood education. She was terminated in 2015 for “using … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Free Speech or Sexual Harassment?
Went to Easter Mass yesterday and as usual the church was not only packed for the day but there were plenty of people, particularly young women, dressed to the nines. For my money however the best dressed was a girl in a tee shirt who was passing the collection basket. That's because she was wearing … Continue reading Easter Monday Thoughts Under the Fedora
There is actually a very easy way to deal with the insanity of the world today. A way that my parents and their parents understood. A way that leaders like Churchill and Washington and Lincoln understood, a way that is so simple that people once they discover it are amazed at the power it holds. … Continue reading Embrace the Power of NO!
By John Ruberry Garrison Keillor used to regularly begin his News From Lake Wobegon segment on the Prairie Home Companion with "It was a quiet week in Lake Wobegon." Because it was always quiet there. And in regards to my continuing Tales from the Illinois Exodus series at Da Tech Guy, I should open each … Continue reading Tales from the Illinois Exodus–Part Three
Of all of the Gospel passages my favorite is the road to Emmaus. It is in many ways the most Catholic passage in all scripture and in a sense carries the most important symbol to us thousands of years later. Consider. We have two disciples on the road to Emmaus. Men who had traveled with … Continue reading Easter Reflection The 2nd Eucharist
Sometimes called Aggressive Stupidity by me by baldilocks It would be overly optimistic to expect even a small portion of the staff of the New York Times to be Catholic or Protestant. However, it's even too much to expect any of them to be religiously literate. This happened in the aftermath of the Notre Dame … Continue reading Invincible Ignorance from the NYT … Again
Yesterday was known as Good Friday. Why do we call this particular Friday Good Friday? We will come back to that question in a moment. As of tomorrow Sunday, April 21, 2019, The Lenten season will be officially over. The Lenten season is a time when Christians seek to identify and more closely follow the … Continue reading Why Do We Call This Friday “Good?”
If you're not following the Shameless Popery blog, you're missing out. Not only is the author a regular writer, but he writes in a way that is both deeply theological while also being easy to read. His piece this week on Judas is no different, and it should give us some pause as we finish … Continue reading On Judas and Notre Dame
It may seem strange to describe Holy Saturday as "The big day". In terms of salvation the Crucifixion on Good Friday and the Resurrection of Easter would seem bigger. Yet in terms of the church the biggest mass of the year comes on Holy Saturday in the form of the Easter Vigil. You have the … Continue reading Easter Triduum Reflections: Holy Saturday: The big day
I spoke to William Fay of the Pope John XXIII Seminary which is specifically for men ages 30-60. A late vocation can be a very interesting one (the priest who married me for example was once a Viking Helmet wearing member of a biker gang who my dad used to throw out of his bar). … Continue reading Voices of CMC 2019 William Fay Pope John XXIII Seminary
8thly and Lastly They are so grateful!! Benjamin Franklin Advice to a Friend on Choosing a Mistress 1745 (the reasons for choosing an older mistress) Last week at church I noticed a family two rows ahead of me. A pregnant looking mom was managing a group of five children aged about 3-13 with the help … Continue reading The Long answer to Stacy McCain’s Question about Coral Lytle
While the Easter Vigil of Holy Saturday is the biggest mass of the year Good Friday is the most solemn day in the Christian Calendar, it is when it comes down to it not just the Reason for the Season of Lent, but it's the reason for everything, but because it is so solemn we … Continue reading Easter Triduum Reflections Good Friday, Picking up your Check