Tag Archives: Women

The Media Conclave Has Begun With the Hope for a Nun

E.J. Dionne holds forth on who the best man for the job of Pope will be, and why.  In giving up the papacy, Pope Benedict XVI was brave and bold. He did the unexpected for the good of the Catholic Church. … Continue reading

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What To Get That Special Man In Your Life For Valentines Day? I Can Guarantee He’ll Never Forget This…

As Pat Gohn shames us men into drafting epic love letters for our sweeties this year, will us men be rewarded in kind? Here’s an idea, ladies. We’re pretty easy to please.

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PETA Outraged at Beyoncé’s Super Bowl Attire

Just when you thought you were safe from hearing anymore about the Super Bowl Halftime Show starring Beyoncé, it turns out you aren’t.

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St. Brigid of Ireland: A Saint After My Own Heart

It’s the feast day of the plucky little lass from Ireland who penned one of my favorite little prayers of thankfulness and joy, I should like a great lake of beer for the King of Kings. I should like the … Continue reading

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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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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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Margaret A. Brewer, First Woman Marine General, Catholic, Requiescat in Pace

I just happened upon this news when I saw it on the official Facebook page of the U.S. Marine Corps (Marines) with this message, “Brigadier General Brewer was an amazing and courageous woman who has left an indelible mark on … Continue reading

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Scientific Proof that The Blessed Virgin Mary is “Blessed for All Generations” UPDATED

Joe Six-Pack here. You know, I’ve said it often in this space that Catholics can dig science. And I’ve written posts highlighting scientific events from time to time with the (Because Catholics Can Dig Science) title-ender. Is there such a … Continue reading

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Because of Dorothy Day (November 8, 1897 – November 29, 1980) UPDATED

This was written three years ago by my (then) blogging partner, Webster Bull.  Given all the excitement about her cause for sainthood, I think it’s a good time to take a look at Dorothy Day not only from Webster’s viewpoint, … Continue reading

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The Tragic Death of Savita Halappanavar UPDATED

The news of the tragic passing of Savita Halappanavar is burning up the wires and stirring hate and discontent among folks both in Ireland and elsewhere. I suggest we pause and say a prayer for her and her family as they … Continue reading

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