Res & Explicatio for A.D. 3-30-2009

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on reddit
Share on delicious
Share on digg
Share on stumbleupon
Share on whatsapp
Share on email
Share on print

Salvete AC readers!

Here are today’s Top Picks in the Catholic world:

1. Please pray for Father Benedict Groeschel as he suffered a stroke last week.  For the story click here.

2. Jay Anderson is contemplating leaving blogging.  It seems he is being worn down by the grind of writing on politics and religion.  For the story click here.

3. New Liturgical Movement has a new web layout.  Check it out here.

4. In Hawaii, a ‘Civil Unions’ bill was defeated after a concerted grass roots campaign by a coalition of community and religious organizations that wrote, emailed, called, and held rally’s at the state capital for about two months.  The bill never made it out of committee hearings due to a groundswell of protest.  Sadly from my home island of Kauai, Senate Majority Leader Gary Hooser failed in his attempt at redefining marriage.  I am embarrassed by this, especially since I have assisted in time and wealth with the Kauai Democratic party in electing candidates to the Kauai County offices.  Though I’m happy that State Senator Hooser’s bill was defeated.  Please pray for his conversion of heart.  For the article click here.

5. Here’s the latest cartoon about the scandal brewing at the University of Notre Dame.  Taking the cue from the Master Card commercials.  Biretta tip to Redstate via Creative Minority Report.   nd-worthless

6. A new study shows that traditional parenting leads to well-adjusted children.  It’s sad and amazing at the same time when a study needs to be done to remind the world that a traditional family is the best way to raising children.  For the story click here.

7. For the last Res & Explicatio click here.

8. For more commentary, analysis, and news click here.

More to explorer

The Deep State Protects Its Own

Well, well, well:   According to Ingraham, she obtained a chain of State Department emails from May 2019 between New York Times

March for Life 2020

  I will be on the road today and probably unable to blog.  Use this post to give your takes on the

Saint of the Day Quote: Saint Messalina

Hic subtus iacet corpus sanctæ Messalinæ. Inscription on the sarcophagus of Saint Messalina discovered on December 13, 1599. A young woman, she


  1. Pingback: Anonymous

Comments are closed.