The Rise of Rex Mottram Catholicism

If you have not read Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited – well, what’s wrong with you? You should really go read it. Like right now. I’ll be here when you get back. Now that you’ve returned, let’s talk about the character of Rex

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PopeWatch: Bear Growls: High Water Mark

    Saint Corbinian’s Bear discusses something that PopeWatch has been musing about:  the Green Encyclical may be the high water mark of Pope Francis:   We may be witnessing the high water mark of Pope Francis. The Bear has

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June 18, 1815: Waterloo

The cannibal has left his lair. Le Moniteur Universel, March 9, 1815. The Corsican ogre has just landed at the Juan Gulf. Le Moniteur Universel, March 10, 1815. The tiger has arrived at Gap. Le Moniteur Universel, March 11, 1815.

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Mark Shea on Climate Change

  After the issuance of the Green Encyclical today I assume that Catholics will be debating global warming.  I thought we would kick off the debate here on TAC with Mark Shea representing both sides: 2011: As you probably know,

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