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I had posted some of the following earlier in a different venue, but upon reviewing it, and adding some other quotations, I felt my mind literally reeling at how far (down) the Catholic discourse has come in only one and … Continue reading
The following are excerpts from USC’s 26 May 2014 post about how “Ecumenism is the Church’s Bad Dream“ With the pope’s much publicized trip to the Holy Land coming to an end, I thought it appropriate to look at the … Continue reading
I don’t know what it means to concelebrate a Mass in public with a confirmed dissident priest, nor why raising alarm at such a spectacle merits being keelhauled by fishers, but I believe the following words of papal counsel are … Continue reading
1. Among the many celebrated geniuses of whom the Catholic faith can boast who have left undying fruits in literature and art especially, besides other fields of learning, and to whom civilization and religion are ever in debt, highest stands … Continue reading
We interrupt this broadcast to bring you a couple things that not only did not make me cringe, but also made me proud to call Francis “My Pope”. Either the exertion of enunciating such conventional Catholic wisdom gave him a … Continue reading
I know that I’m not supposed to be commenting on this papacy, but I figure as long as it’s not polemical, keeping abreast of a few current events is not so bad. After all, how could a good Catholic really ever … Continue reading