Monthly Archives: May 2017

Wednesday

Emerging networks of churches are becoming nuclei for local congregations leaving mainline Protestantism.https://t.co/Nh0eTGkfAi — First Things (@firstthingsmag) May 31, 2017 Bookmark it: del.icio.us | Reddit | Slashdot | Digg |

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Tuesday

Miscellaneous Rambling Heard on the Eric Metaxas Show last week: The French have 17 words for “surrender.” Cracked me up. First they rolled over to Hitler and now they’re rolling over to Islam. Channeling Charles Martel! I found a pretty … Continue reading

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Monday

It’s a holiday. Nothing today. Just this quip from Conan: “A bishop has come under scrutiny for accepting a $100,000 Toyota Land Cruiser as a gift. The bishop said, ‘I’d get rid of it, but it’s a chick magnet.’” Bookmark … Continue reading

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Sunday

We need a Catholicism that can inspire Europe to reject demographic suicide and rediscover the joy of children. https://t.co/OOlFK4PDky — First Things (@firstthingsmag) May 28, 2017 Bookmark it: del.icio.us | Reddit | Slashdot | Digg |

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Saturday

According to this writer, ESPN is doomed: “[T]he main ESPN business plan, the one that brings in the most revenues to the firm, is doomed to near-extinction, and there is nothing ESPN can do about it.” Link. Well, “doomed” is … Continue reading

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Friday

Brews You Can Use Tonight, I drink. It’s an annual tradition for me: no family, piles of papers at the office, bottle of vodka in the break room. It’s a lonely affair, yes, and a bit pitiful, I realize, but … Continue reading

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Thursday

Well, given that Slovenia is almost 60% Catholic, this shouldn’t be a huge surprise. Then again, her father was a communist and the news sources say the family didn’t have her baptized, at least as infants. Interesting story. Congratulations to … Continue reading

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Wednesday

From the Gardening Journals The produce stand’s garden is coming along. Timing almost worked out great last weekend: I spent three arduous hours on Saturday, forming out two 2.5′ x 60′ raised beds. I spread the organic fertilizer then left, … Continue reading

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Fallon

President Trump is still on his big overseas trip. Today, he arrived in Israel and landed in Tel Aviv. Then when they welcomed him to Tel Aviv, Trump said, “Who’s Aviv and what am I supposed to tell him?” I … Continue reading

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Tuesday

Miscellaneous Rambling Russell Kirk had a devotion to the Shroud of Turin. I find the whole thing utterly fascinating. And so does Fr. Spitzer. If you’re curious to know what kind of cosmic radiation (my phrase) could form that image, … Continue reading

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Monday

Miscellaneous Rambling Five more days until the holiday weekend. It has become Work Weekend for me. My entire family deserts me to go bird watching, so I use the time to get caught up at the office and the garden. … Continue reading

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False Gods & Godlessness: Islamic Corruption & the Death of Great Britain (essay by Joseph Pearce) https://t.co/125empCvhA — ImaginativeConservat (@imaginativecons) May 20, 2017 Bookmark it: del.icio.us | Reddit | Slashdot | Digg |

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