Tag Archives: Confusion

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

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

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Because the Anti-Christ is Politics

I’ve been reading Giovanni Papini’s Life of Christ some more. My Chinese mentor, John C.H. Wu, introduced this book, and author, to me. You’ve probably never heard of Papini (I sure hadn’t!) but he was a well known author back … Continue reading

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Pope Francis Is Talking During Plane Flights Again (And You Know What That Means)

It means some folks will be writing their own encyclicals around his words. Shock! Remember a few days ago when Pope Francis steered clear of all kinds of controversy by discussing breast feeding in public? I can think of a … Continue reading

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Jesus, On Feeding The Homeless

    On a sabbath Jesus went to dine at the home of one of the leading Pharisees. He said to the host who invited him,

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The Kind Of Post TIME Magazine Never Picks Up, AKA, Hell Is Real!

The other day TIME Magazine picked up a Patheos post from a different channel in which the author asked us to imagine Christianity without Hell. A Christianity without hell would be largely unevangelical, since there would be nothing to save … Continue reading

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St. John of the Cross On What Ails The Catholic Blog-O-Sphere

Last week was a pretty embarrassing one in the parish of St. Blogs. It was enough to make me consider if continuing to blog was a worthwhile use of my time. There are other things to do, you know. I … Continue reading

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Truly, truly, it wouldn’t be Lent without 40 days of silliness regarding The Incarnation running rampant.

Comes the esteemed history professor from UNC-Chapel Hill wondering for 38 minutes and 37 seconds about the historical Jesus,  since he never called himself God, how did he become one? The first thing you have to do? Forget all about … 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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Behold! The Stupidity Of Politicizing Everything Under The Sun In 2013…

…will likely continue on into 2014. The latest example of this ludicrous trend? Determining where you stand politically by what you drink, of course. I mean booze, see?

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Quacking On About Duck Dynasty, Homoeroticism, And The Usefulness Of The Historical-Critical Method

Yesterday, I shared a few of Audrey Assad’s thoughts on the Duck Dynasty imbroglio. Calm, level-headed, in accordance with the longstanding teachings of the Catholic Church, etc. A few days prior, some of you may have read Austin Ruse’s article … Continue reading

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