Category Archives: Culture

My Long-Winded Opinion About Flags Flying Over Government Buildings…

After the tragic events that took place in Charleston this week, there is lots of talk about the Confederate flag flying over the state capitol building in Columbia, S.C., how that practice should be ended, etc. Here’s my $.02 on … Continue reading

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In Israel, Christian Holy Sites Are Targeted. Who Is Targeting Them May Surprise You…

Let’s just say that in the case of the fire at the Church of the Multiplication of the Loaves and Fishes, that occurred early this morning in the lakeside town of Tagba, ISIS, Muslims, or the other usual suspects,  aren’t … Continue reading

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For Thoughts On The Solemnity Of The Most Sacred Heart Of Jesus

Are you on vacation yet? The funny thing about vacations is that when on holiday from the world, and from the pressures of time, it’s quite easy to see all manner of things through rose colored glasses. In fact, I … Continue reading

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For Pascal’s Thoughts On The Mystery Of Corpus Christi

Back when I was toying around with the idea of actually trying to be a Christian, I personally got a nice kick in the rear from reading Blaise Pascal’s thought #224 on the Eucharist, How I hate these follies of … Continue reading

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The Charlie Charlie Phenomenon: Were We Played For Fools By Hollywood?

. Probably. So reports Jennifer Mullins of E! Online,

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BEHOLD! The YIMCatholic Swimsuit Edition…

Joe Six-Pack, here, reminding folks about the great swimsuits available for ladies over at Rey Swimwear. Two-piece, one-piece, accessories, suits for kids, etc. They’ve got it all, and they haven’t sold-out all of their inventory yet. Oops. Looks like the … Continue reading

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Coming To A Post Office Near You: The Flannery O’Connor Postage Stamp

There it is, with peacock feathers, and everthang. It’s supposed to be available come June 5th, or so. More information can be found out about the stamp, and about Ms. O’Connor, right cheer. I’m kinda bummed that it’s the 3 … Continue reading

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In D.C., The Battle Against The HHS Mandate Rages On…

FYI, the good guys took a licking in the last skirmish. You can read the details in The Register. The upshot? The Archdiocese of Washington will likely appeal the ruling to the Supreme Court. Likely to be used as a … Continue reading

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Joe Six-Pack’s Year Of Mercy Art Suggestions (Not That I Was Consulted)

It’s probably too late, because what’s done is done. But if there is one thing that Catholics have in common with Marines it’s this: we aren’t happy unless we’re bitching about something. So yeah, that playing card inspired logo for … Continue reading

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The Truth About The Halal Sex Shoppe In Mecca…

There ain’t one. But…but… Breitbart said one was planned! And I hate Muslims, and anything Islam related! So , since I read about it on the internet, IT MUST BE TRUE! Yeah, well, sorry to disappoint you. That said, you can … Continue reading

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