Father Z bring us a disturbing development from across the pond: I want everyone to know about this. This was posted at the blog Protect The Pope, which was run by Deacon Nick Donnelly. Diocese of Lancaster’s statement
Is it time for Hollywood to stop blacklisting Mel Gibson? Journalist Allison Hope Weiner thinks so: In the years that followed, Gibson made several comments that went public, made him seem anti-Semitic and racist. They made him
Hmmm, apparently some Catholic bloggers are attempting to treat clown masses as if they were urban myths. They are not. My bride and I wrote a letter protesting such a Mass given at a diocesan get together in Springfield, Illinois
Father James Martin, SJ, editor at large of the Jesuit rag America, practically breaks his arm slapping his order on the back for all the good qualities he perceives in Pope Francis in an article for CCN. A sample: Openness.
Pastern: The knee of a horse. (This is wrong. When Dr. Samuel Johnson was once asked how he came to make such a mistake, Boswell tells us he replied, “Ignorance, Madam, pure ignorance.”) One of the major problems over the