Company Way or Timeless Magisterium?

    Oh good!  Dale Price at Dyspeptic Mutterings has posted a blog article for me to steal borrow:   One of the staples of Catholic apologetics is that the Catholic magisterium safeguards the truth and ensures a unity and

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Classic Put Down

  Dale Price at Dyspeptic Mutterings gives a classic response to a critic of his article, go here to read it, at One Peter Five on the Pope who didn’t like Catholicism:   There’s something purported to be a rebuttal of

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Dissolving Catholicism

    I am so glad that Dale Price is once again regularly blogging at his blog Dyspeptic Mutterings, since my motto has always been to steal borrow from the best!   A useful short history of the king’s water can

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Grant: Man of Contradictions

Fate has a way of picking unlikely material, Greasy-haired second lieutenants of French artillery, And bald-headed, dubious, Roman rake-politicians. Her stiff hands were busy now with an odd piece of wood, Sometime Westpointer, by accident more than choice, Sometime brevet-captain

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Prince With a Thousand Enemies

  “All the world will be your enemy, Prince with a Thousand Enemies, and whenever they catch you, they will kill you. But first they must catch you, digger, listener, runner, prince with the swift warning. Be cunning and full

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Never Go Full Ostrich

    Dale Price gives us words to live by at his blog Dyspeptic Mutterings:     Never go full ostrich, son. Yes, Burke was purged. The happy-clappy interpretations are…less than, he says as gently as possible. Two critical facts

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Cupich and Bilberries

  Dale Price at Dyspeptic Mutterings dishes out truth with the bark on: Royal Air Force pilots during the Second World War reported that ingesting bilberries improved their night vision. It’s not often that I offer health advice here, but

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Science Fiction and Tolerance

Nothing is so unworthy of a civilised nation as allowing itself to be governed without opposition by an irresponsible clique that has yielded to base instinct. From a White Rose resistance pamphlet (1942)     I am happy that Dale

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The Deadliest Storm

  One hundred years since a hurricane struck the Great Lakes in November 1913.  Dale Price at Dyspeptic Mutterings gives us the details: The deadliest storm ever to strike the Great Lakes began a century ago today. Here’s my post

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PopeWatch: Circling the Wagons

    Dale Price at Dyspeptic Mutterings, continues on with his observations regarding the reactions to Pope Francis.  I was struck by this section of his latest post: I’ve come to the conclusion that, regardless of the actual temporal length

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Dale Price Explains Why I Am Worried

My friend Dale Price at his blog Dyspeptic Mutterings has often supplied me with blogging ideas that I have stolen borrowed.  Unfortunately he hasn’t been blogging much lately.  That was broken with a post on Pope Francis which sums up many

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Tell Us How You Really Feel Dale!

  My friend Dale Price writes insightful posts at his blog Dyspeptic Mutterings.  I stop by there regularly to steal borrow blog ideas.  Dale is always very good, but when he lets himself go he is magnificent.  Herewith is his

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Dyspeptic Mutterings

  I am happy to see that Dale Price has resumed blogging regularly at his Dyspeptic Mutterings.  I stop by every day to read some of the wittiest blog writing on the internet.  Here is a recent sample: I am

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The Church in America: Low Grade Civil War

  ,   Dale Price over at Dyspeptic Mutterings is being brilliant again:   Fr. Thomas Massaro would like you all to calm down. I’m not going to fisk this, because it’s an admirable sentiment, as far as it goes.

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Dyspeptic Mutterings

My friend Dale Price is posting again regularly at his blog Dyspeptic Mutterings after something of a hiatus.  Go here to have a gander at his blog.  Dale has long written some of the sharpest commentary on Saint Blog’s.   I

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Gutless Wonders, Petty Tyrants and Chancery Dwellers.

For years I have read daily Ten Reasons, a blog run by Rich Leonardi.  Orthodox and well written, Ten Reasons was always illuminating and well worth reading.  Now Rich has shut down his blog.  The reason why he did so

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