Monthly Archives: February 2014

WWJD? Consider This…

Food for thought the next time you feel like turning over tables, and breaking out your whip of cords. Or your whip of words. שָׁלוֹם

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“Business Insider” On The Kindara App, And How It Can Help You Kick “The Pill”

Joe Six-Pack, here. I know how it’s all the rage to root for the artificial birth control team these days, what with the HHS Mandate promising folks “freedom” from having babies at no cost. You know, treating pregnancy like it … Continue reading

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Your Pope Francis Photograph Of The Day

The Chalice, like a Boss. *image is from a Mass celebrated by the Holy Father in Aparecida, Brazil, Wednesday, July 24, 2013

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Does God Hate Flags? An Answer On The 69th Anniversary Of The Flag Raising On Iwo Jima

I saw a blog post with this title recently: God Hates Flags: The Public Nature of Theology. It’s a pretty good piece written by Artur Rosman regarding the events going down in Ukraine. I respect Rosman’s viewpoints regarding events in Eastern Europe, … Continue reading

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Missing Rome, the Vatican, and Florence? Watch the First Twelve Minutes of “The Agony And The Ecstasy”

It’s streaming over at Netflix, now. It’s one of the many movies that I never got around to seeing until now. In the first twelve minutes, you see gorgeous shots of St. Peter’s Square, as well as narrated details on … Continue reading

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Gay Man Refused Last Rites? “GetReligion” Has Some Thoughts On This Story

You’ve probably seen the story published by The Washington Post about the gay man who was allegedly denied a Sacrament by a priest because he was gay. When I read the story, something didn’t smell right to me. The first … Continue reading

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Pope Francis And The Pentecostals: “We must cry together, like Joseph did. These tears will unite us. These tears of love.” UPDATED

I pray not only for them, but also for those who will believe in me through their word, so that they may all be one, as you, Father, are in me and I in you, that they also may be … Continue reading

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PSA: Fortify Your Electric Garage Door To Prevent Easy Access

Consider this post a public service announcement. Thieves can gain easy access to your home through your electric garage door. There’s not much chance of them guessing your access code anymore, but there is a key vulnerability in the emergency … Continue reading

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Video: The Economics Of Sex, Sex, Sex, And More Sex

Got ten minutes? That’s all it will take for the Austin Institute for the Study of Family and Culture to help us make sense of dating, mating, and baby making. Even the folks at Freakonomics found this worthwhile to share. Special guest … Continue reading

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Mark Your Calendars For The 33rd Annual Chesterton Conference

The 33rd Annual Chesterton Conference will be held at University of Saint Mary of the Lake (Mundelein Seminary) in Mundelein, Illinois, from July 31-August 2, 2014. Hmmm. That’s where Fr. Robert Barron and the Word on Fire gang hang their … Continue reading

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