Monthly Archives: January 2013

The Catholic Bishops of Colorado Respond to Hospitals’ Claim of Unborn Twins Personhood UPDATED

A couple of days ago, my blog neighbor Deacon Greg Kandra shared a news item about a Catholic hospital in Colorado that is a defendant in a wrongful death lawsuit. The story is noteworthy because the Catholic hospitals’ legal defense … Continue reading

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For All the Saints: St. Francis de Sales

Courage is an enduring virtue, one that Christians of all strips have to tap into in the course of their lives. As such,  it is with great pleasure that I see that we commemorate St. Francis de Sales on this day.

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Call Me A Bad Catholic, But I Agree With John Zmirak

Amen to what The Most Interesting Man in the World says. This may come as no surprise to long-time readers of YIMCatholic, but to newcomers, maybe. Let me allow John Zmirak, author of The Bad Catholic’s Guide series of books … Continue reading

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Deficits, Spending and the Debt-Limit Vote: What Matters Most?

Answer: Coffee!

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Remember the Hobby Lobby Petition? It Could Use Your Signature.

  It’s collected over 9,100 signatures so far, and is about 16,000 shy of the goal.

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L.A. County District Attorney Reviewing Documents Released by Archdiocese of Los Angeles UPDATED

In a follow up to the Los Angeles Times report that hit the wires yesterday, this hit the wires a few hours ago from the Daily News, Los Angeles County prosecutors said today they will begin reviewing internal documents released … Continue reading

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A Recap of the Challenges to the HHS Mandate and a Proposal from Joe Six-Pack

  Yesterday, prior to the Inauguration Day ceremonial swearing, the Washington Post ran an article detailing the challenges made thus far to the Administrations’ HHS Mandate.

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The Death of Christendom? December 15, 1791, when the Bill of Rights was Ratified

It being the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, and Inaguration Day too, I’m taking the liberty to republish a post you may have missed the first time ’round (April 09,2012). For those of you longing for the days of yore, … Continue reading

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In the Name of Love (Music for Mondays)

It’s Monday and I realize that I haven’t done a music post in a while. I was all caught up in the Christmas Season, see, and many of those posts included music. But now it’s Ordinary Time, and I’m putting … Continue reading

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The Crescat on the Bishops’ Novena to End Abortion…

Katrina Fernandez shares a heartbreaking memory with her readers today. Here is the beginning, With the upcoming March For Life, the topic of abortion seems to be every where at the moment. Because of this it’s been on my mind … Continue reading

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