Pope Francis, Pentecostals and Art Deco

    The contemporary papacy sometimes seems to spend more time in apologizing for Catholicism than in engaging in apologetics for Catholicism.  Case in point:       Pope Francis mentioned his plan to make a Sunday visit to a Pentecostal

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Agree With Me, Or You Are Not Really Pro-life

  Mark Shea is back to his old trick of saying that unless you agree with me on policy issue x which is not directly related to abortion, you are not really pro-life.  It is an attempt to stop debate

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Mercedes and Food Stamps

The world is a comedy to those that think; a tragedy to those that feel. Horace Walpole In the unintentionally hilarious humor category we have the article by Darlena Cunha, a former television producer, which appeared in the Washington Post

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PopeWatch: Brazil

From the only reliable source of Catholic news on the net, Eye of the Tiber: Kingdom of Heaven––Speaking from His Eternal Throne of Cherubim, God the Creator of all that is visible and invisible confirmed today that while His Love

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La Marseillaise and Edith Piaf

  Something for the weekend.  Rushing Bastille Day a bit, we have Edith Piaf, as a child in a film about her life, singing the French National Anthem. Without a doubt the greatest French songstress of the last century,  Piaf led a

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