Month: March 2018

“Kirk first encountered the Shroud while offhandedly visiting the Cathedral of San Giovanni Battista in Torino, Italy, in 1957 when he attended a Mont Pelerin Society conference. Here, he …

Thursday

Lew Rockwell has run two Christocentric pieces these past two days: Does The Celestial-Geophysical-Historical Time Clock Provide Evidence For An Easter Crucifixion & Resurrection? What is the connection between …

Wednesday

Miscellany A lot of people brought gifts to Marie’s birthday party. I was impressed by the assortment of unusual, small gifts that she received. There were plenty of wine …

Tuesday

Miscellaneous Rambling The saddest story of the week: “The police officer who died after taking the place of a hostage in France was a practising Catholic who had ‘experienced …

Monday

Miscellaneous Rambling Welcome to Holy Week 2018. It hasn’t been a great Lent for me, so I’m trying to double down this week. I’m reading nothing but religious works, …

Saturday

Miscellaneous Rambling I pass along a lot of historical, political, and religious podcast recommendations, but I’m not sure I’ve ever recommended a fun podcast. So here goes: The Conspirators. …

Friday

BYCU A TDE reader alerted me to this story in the Wall Street Journal that interests me on many levels: Drinkers Go Crazy for Gin, Investors for Tonic. Regular …

YouTube is planning a “Karate Kid” series that follows the characters 34 years later. The show is entitled “Ralph Macchio’s Mortgage Is Due.” Conan

Thursday

Lecture Notes Picture non-Christian Europe in 850: The Scandinavian countries and their Vikings, ravaging everything from Ireland to Russia. Saracen Muslims pushing into southern Italy, even sacking Rome. Magyars …

Wednesday

Miscellaneous Rambling Theology on Tap session tonight. The topic: His Ontological Suffering. It’s a meditation on Guardini’s passion meditation in The Lord. In particular, it revolves around this passage …

Tuesday

Miscellany Re: Yesterday’s post. “The worst moment for an atheist is when he is really thankful and has no one to thank.” GKC Intriguing essay by Patrick J. Deneen …