Voices of the Catholic Marketing Network Monique Ocampo

I spoke to Monique Ocampo of Catholic Reads at the 2017 Catholic Marketing Network You can find Catholic Reads here The Rest of my Catholic Marketing Network posts are here.

Nothing New Under the Sun, and Avoiding “Game Over”

I'm rambling a bit here, but all these disjointed thoughts about some life issues seem to be drifting together. There's nothing new under the sun, says the book of Ecclesiastes. What's strange to me is old news to someone in a different place or situation. I'm thinking in particular of two women from Canada whom … Continue reading Nothing New Under the Sun, and Avoiding “Game Over”

How Great Was Cleveland Indians Austin Jackson’s Catch at Fenway Park last night?

So great that Red Sox fans gave him a standing Ovation for robbing Hanley Ramirez of a Home Run:  Red Sox fans know greatness when they see it. That’s why Cleveland Indians center fielder Austin Jackson received a standing ovation from the Fenway Park faithful on Tuesday night after taking away a home run from Sox slugger Hanley Ramirez. … Continue reading How Great Was Cleveland Indians Austin Jackson’s Catch at Fenway Park last night?

Atheists in London are Braver Than American Ones

by baldilocks Filling in for Fausta. When we last talked about public atheist Richard Dawkins, he was being ‘de-platformed’ by Pacifica Radio’s KPFA. In contrast, Dawkins spoke last week at the International Conference on Freedom of Conscience and Expression in London, where he received a standing ovation and an award. This conference’s purpose is [to] discuss … Continue reading Atheists in London are Braver Than American Ones

Obamacare, the NHS and The Choosers of the Slain

Don Surber notes a stark contrast in how government healthcare values different lives by contrasting Charlie Card and John McCain. While Congress voted to give Charlie Gard a meaningless U.S. residency, they just voted to keep a system that will segue into the National Health Service, which is the British government's way of deciding who … Continue reading Obamacare, the NHS and The Choosers of the Slain