Perhaps the Riot Queen Can Explain Things to the Widow?

    The Ferguson riots that have spilled over to Saint Louis have claimed a life.       While heading home from a bar in St. Louis around 1:15 a.m., Begic, his newlywed wife and a friend had their

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Time for Another Suppression?

      What is it with the modern day Jesuits?  With certain honorable exceptions, it is hard to view their antics without assuming that many of them are at heart atheists.  Father Z gives us a minor atrocity: I don’t

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The Chicago Way

  The new Archbishop of Chicago has a long history of hostility to the pro-life movement.  Brian Williams at One Peter Five notes that he seems much happier with pro-abort politicians:   In a homily this past June, Monsignor Henry

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PopeWatch: Ecumenicalism Uber Alles

  Pope Francis continues the desperate attempts of his immediate predecessors to attain unity with an Orthodox Church that could clearly care less:   Francis kicked off his final day in Turkey with a liturgy alongside Bartholomew in the Orthodox Church of

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Fury: A Review

And I heard the voice of the Lord, saying: Whom shall I send? and who shall go for us? And I said: Lo, here am I, send me.   Isaiah 6: 8    If a man loves the world, the love of the

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