Catholicism Lite Triumphs at the Synod

    The Synod on the Family has issued a document summarizing the discussions so far.  It is perhaps the most mealy mouthed Church document that I have ever read, which is saying something considering the competition for that title over

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Christopher Columbus and Historical Optimism

    Harvard professor Samuel Eliot Morison, who was about to become the official historian of the Navy during World War II and who would attain Admiral rank, in 1943 came out with his two volume Pulitzer prize winning biography

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Indoctrination Not Education

  Ericka Andersen at Victory Girls, gives us yet another example of the way in which education is often simple indoctrination these days:   The University of California-San Francisco is launching a new course on abortion, the first class of

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PopeWatch: ACNA

  Well, this is interesting:     Pope Francis has signalled his blessing to the breakaway traditionalist American church at the centre of the split which has divided the 80 million strong worldwide Anglican Communion over the issue of sexuality.

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