Planned Parenthood and the Jesuit Tradition: SeattleU in bed with abortionists.
"Domestic partners" and the Jesuit Tradition: MarquetteU.
The Courtyard of the Gentiles: BXVI's outreach to non-believers. This would be a great job for Dominicans.
The anti-Christian left has picked the wrong enemy. This reminds me of a quote I read recently, spoken to a leftist protester: "If [Christians, Republicans, Tea Partiers, etc.] are Nazis, why aren't you a lampshape?" (Source unknown)
Uproar in New Orleans over corporeal punishment in a local Catholic school. The archbishop is against it; the parents are for it.
Newt worries that the U.S. could become an "atheist nation dominated by radical Islam." Well, one problem: Muslims aren't atheists. The more likely scenario (though still improbable) is that the cultural Marxists of the Nanny State will assist radical Muslims to become the newest class of especially-protected victims.
From Chris Johnson at MCJ: "Do not judge a religion based on what it says when it is in the minority. Judge it by what it does when it can do anything it wants to." Good advice.
"Ya wore da hat!" The biretta is making a comeback. . .I don't think religious priests wear birettas. Too worldly (ducks and runs).
Modernist "art" opened the door to the divine for this atheist. I'm a fan of modernist art in general, especially abstract expressionism. But the "Shock and Sacrilege" school of postmodern art is just dumb.
St. Gregory of Nyssa: “Ideas lead to idols; only wonder leads to knowing.” The Anchoress reflects on faith and reason.
Heh. I was thinking of a manati in Belgium with an imbe.
This is how creative writers fail their classes. NB. the essays on the Stations of the Cross and Walt Whitman. Hilarious!
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