A few Catholic Stories worth a read

This week is the 65th Anniversary of the ordination of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI and somehow that made three Catholic stories jumped out a me. A very interesting interview with Archbishop Gänswein on Pope Benedict: Later on, he also says he would sum up Benedict’s papacy with the word Veritas. He says: “It is about … Continue reading A few Catholic Stories worth a read

Pope Emeritus Benedict Speaks, what happens next?

Ok this is going to cause a lot talk: There is no doubt that we are faced with a profound evolution of dogma. The Fathers and theologians of the Middle Ages could believe that the whole human race had, in substance, become Catholic and that paganism existed only on the margins, but the discovery of … Continue reading Pope Emeritus Benedict Speaks, what happens next?

Could we have a Papal World Cup Final

After Brazil offered the worst showing against a German side since the French in 1941 an interesting possibility has come up. If Argentina manages to beat the Dutch (no easy feat) tomorrow could be treated to a World Cup final were both nations are the home of a living Pope. Of course Pope Francis' soccer … Continue reading Could we have a Papal World Cup Final

Emptying the Brain on the Tuesday Morning

A series of short thoughts to start this day. Because I've been attending Morning Mass I've been missing Morning Joe lately turned it on this morning and immediately the story of Pope Francis meeting with abuse "survivors". The table commented on him being the first Pope do to so and critiqued Pope Benedict for his … Continue reading Emptying the Brain on the Tuesday Morning

Pope Francis takes the Secular media to Mass

At the end of the first run EWTN coverage of the Papal canonization mass Raymond Arroyo made a point to thank Mother Angelica the 91-year-old for founding the network and allowing the coverage of the historic ceremony and Mass. Most of the time that is exactly right. As a general rule if you wanted to … Continue reading Pope Francis takes the Secular media to Mass

Pope Francis: Surveys, Selective reporting, Scapegoats and Sin

A lot of fuss is being made about a new worldwide survey being sent out to Catholics to find out the challenges for the faith and the family. in preparation for an extraordinary Synod on the subject. This survey has not gotten a lot of traction in the US it's Pope Francis's latest initiative that … Continue reading Pope Francis: Surveys, Selective reporting, Scapegoats and Sin

Pope Francis Releases Encyclical, MSM: “I see nothing, I know nothing”

Sgt Schultz:I see nothing, I was not here, I did not even get up this morning! Hogan's Heroes Hold that Tiger, 1965 Is there any point to which you would wish to draw my attention?” “To the curious incident of the dog in the night-time.” “The dog did nothing in the night-time.” “That was the … Continue reading Pope Francis Releases Encyclical, MSM: “I see nothing, I know nothing”

Benedict XVI as John Paul I

Then the LORD said, "Go outside and stand on the mountain before the LORD; the LORD will be passing by." A strong and heavy wind was rending the mountains and crushing rocks before the LORD - but the LORD was not in the wind. After the wind there was an earthquake - but the LORD … Continue reading Benedict XVI as John Paul I

A video I never thought We’d ever see

Not much you can add to something like this if you're Catholic I think Fr. Z nails it Oh to be a fly on the wall! That's pretty much it. ****** Still holding at $27 for the week's pay. Can we do better by the end of the day? Hey if you can have two … Continue reading A video I never thought We’d ever see

Scottish Cardinal Resigns over “inappropriate acts” MSM hardest hit

News Broke this morning that Scottish Cardinal Keith O'Brien has resigned: Cardinal O'Brien said in a statement he had already tendered his resignation, due to take effect when he turned 75 next month, but that Pope Benedict "has now decided that my resignation will take effect today". As the Observer reported: Three priests and a … Continue reading Scottish Cardinal Resigns over “inappropriate acts” MSM hardest hit

DaTechGuy with Bishop Reilly & Dave Carter Now Available

For those of you who missed Bishop Reilly & Dave Carter Author of Che the Lost Diaries (along with his editor Richard McEnroe) on this weeks show. I have a way to wipe of the shame of that oversight. Simply click here and all two hours of DaTechGuy on DaRadio this week is yours carrying … Continue reading DaTechGuy with Bishop Reilly & Dave Carter Now Available

DaTechGuy on DaRadio Saturday Noon EST Bishop Reilly & Dave Carter on CHE

Ok that sounds a little wrong. If you tune into DaTechGuy on DaRadio at Noon EST on the Money Matters Radio Network or FTR Radio you won't hear Bishop Reilly talking about Che Guevara at all, he will be joining us in the first hour to talk about Pope Benedict XVI's resignation, what it means … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio Saturday Noon EST Bishop Reilly & Dave Carter on CHE

Pope Benedict XVI the Holy Grandfather

I was talking to Roxeanne DeLuca yesterday about the Pope's resignation and the discussion turned to what the ex-pope's title would be. on ETWN it was suggested he might be called Bishop Emeritus of Rome as he would be the retired Bishop of Rome but it occurs to me there is a better title that … Continue reading Pope Benedict XVI the Holy Grandfather

DaTechGuy with Lee Stranahan & Michael Graham Now available + coming attractions

It's a tad late due to the storm but this week's DaTechGuy on DaRadio is now availble! Listen to Hour one with Lee Stranahan talking about the Steubenville Rape case here Listen to Hour two with Michael Graham here. And this week join us at Noon Saturday EST as we welcome Bishop Daniel Reilly in … Continue reading DaTechGuy with Lee Stranahan & Michael Graham Now available + coming attractions

The MSM Unclear on the Concept of the Pope & Church

"Enter through the narrow gate; for the gate is wide and the road broad that leads to destruction, and those who enter through it are many. How narrow the gate and constricted the road that leads to life. And those who find it are few."  Matthew 7:13-14 During her initial post on the subject of … Continue reading The MSM Unclear on the Concept of the Pope & Church