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
I talked to Fr Jeffrey Mickler of the Society of St. Paul at the 2019 Catholic Men's Conference at Assumption College Worcester MA Because it is my intention to use the audio in my radio show I recorded the interview in two parts to use it over two shows. Here is the rest. This is … Continue reading Voices of CMC 2019 Fr. Jeffrey Mickler of the Society of St. Paul
I spoke to Catholic apologist Trent Horn at the 2019 Catholic men's conference at Assumption College in Worcester MA One can't stress enough the importance of lay apologists to the church, particularly these days.
I spoke to Sr. Maria Graes of the Daughters of St. Paul at the 2019 Catholic Men's Conference at Assumption College in Worcester MA Any time you see a sister in a regular habit it's a good sign, doubly so when you see one in a state like Massachusetts:
I spoke to a pair of Seminarians at the 2019 Catholic's Men's Conference Kevin: and Derek Both are connected to St. John's Seminary and while of different ages have both found their way to the church at a time when a young man making that decision is not all that popular. Update: Welcome Canon 212 … Continue reading Voices of CMC 2019 A Pair of Seminarians Kevin & Derek
I spoke to Kevin Dunn one of the featured speakers at the 2019 Catholic Men's Conference at Assumption College. His work fighting against assisted suicide is just as critical in the service of live as the fight against abortion.
I spoke to Dave Dionisi of Children of Compassion about his group which educates orphans in Africa at the 2019 Catholic Men's Conference at Assumption College in Worcester MA. This is again the type of works that seem to fly under the media but it's the type of work that the devout have done for … Continue reading Dave Dionisi of Children of Compassion CMC 2019
Yesterday I attended the 19th annual Catholic Men's conference in Worcester for WQPH 89.3 Radio. It is an event I attend regularly for the station but all week leading up to it my heart wasn't in it. it had been a long week at work. The event meant getting up very early and a bit … Continue reading Lenten Reflections 5th Sunday of Lent: The Payoff
The scam that is the SPLC is finally starting to unravel: Southern Poverty Law Center president Richard Cohen resigned Friday, in the latest blow to the embattled left-wing nonprofit.Cohen’s resignation came nine days after the SPLC fired co-founder Morris Dees on March 13, citing unspecified conduct issues.Cohen announced his resignation in a staff-wide email Friday evening, the … Continue reading Monday Thoughts Under The Fedora SPLC tanking , The Stacy McCain School of Journalism, Un-newsworthy Religious Vandalism Ichrio and the Big Bang Last Season
George Washington McLintock: Now Katherine, are you going to believe what you see, or what I tell you? McLintock 1963 For people who aren't there to troll, CPAC is usually a place where true believers show up and are affirmed in their beliefs while networking with each other, but once in a great while it … Continue reading A CPAC Story: Heather Timmons teaching #FakeNews Firsthand
In which I solve yet another mystery by baldilocks The latest in the Democrat Party’s lowered expectations for People of Color™: now, they don’t even have to win an election for the party to choose him/her as its representative. Stacey Abrams will deliver the response to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address next … Continue reading Why Stacey Abrams Will Give the Democrats’ Response to the SOTU
2018 was a very down year for me, It was the 1st year since 2014 that my traffic dropped although this year's 22% drop pales next to '14's 54% it's quite a disappointment after three straight years of 10% growth or better. Bad year or no there were post that lead the rest and in … Continue reading Your Five Favorite Posts of 2018 and a Special Honorable Mention
It's 2019 and Donald Trump has a one big advantage. If the Trump economy continues he can continue to take credit for it as it was in place before the Democrats take power and if things start to tank he can instantly blame the Democrats and don't think for one moment he won't be able … Continue reading 1st 2019 Non Twitter Thoughts Under the Fedora Netflix, Chinese Stocks,
There are a lot of top ten / top five lists that come out at the end of the year but one of the things I tend to do every year is to put up the five post at the site that you liked the least. I do this for two reasons, one to give … Continue reading The Five Posts You Were Least Interested in for 2018
Our lady of the Americas On Saturday WQPH hosted an event as part of their prayer caravan honoring Our Lady of the Americas. The Day began with a Saturday Morning mass at St. Bernards parish at St. Cammilus Church and continued to Slattery's Restaurant for a meal and a talk featuring Yves Jacques of Michael … Continue reading WQPH Prayer Caravan Event Interviews