Monthly Archives: August 2011

What Remains?

“…Tsch, you know, lately the strangest things have been going through my mind, ’cause I turned forty, tsch, and I… Continue reading »

A certain clericalism?

I suppose you have all heard it before.  Especially in reference to the bad old days, when priests used to… Continue reading »

WYD #5: Europe in post-WYD buzz?

As a way of wrap up to WYD, here is a post from George Weigel on the future of Catholicism… Continue reading »

An Atheist and Adoration…

Lately, I have been reading articles and books by an atheist by the Pseudonym of Theodore Dalrymple. He rarely discusses… Continue reading »

“What is the sound of one hand clapping?”

Ok so I missed a couple of weeks but did anyone really notice? It’s a bit like the recent WYD… Continue reading »

Is Papal social teaching “a wickedly deformed foundation for social policy”?

National Catholic Register (it isn’t THAT NCR) points out that at the recent Spanish World Youth Day, Pope Benedict denounced… Continue reading »

Rugby imitates Life imitates Rugby

If you were watching Bay of Plenty vs. Canterbury last night, aside from a pretty good game of rugby, you… Continue reading »