Donald R. McClarey

Crashing Immaculate Conception

The Indian “elder” and fake Vietnam Vet is a piece of work:   The day after a Lincoln Memorial confrontation with some Catholic schoolboys that went viral, American Indian activist Nathan Phillips and his drum-and-chant group reportedly tried to disrupt

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Donald R. McClarey

Amy Welborn on the Covington Debacle

    Amy Welborn at her blog Charlotte Was Both has one of the best takes I have seen on the Covington students and their attempted “lynching” by social media and the mainstream media:   Anyway, let’s move to Catholic

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Donald R. McClarey

Coward Kurtz Still Hasn’t Apologized

Think about it.  This bad joke was willing to have a media avalanche ruin the lives of the students and their parents, and he piled on after conducting no investigation.  Now, he doesn’t have the guts to admit he was

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Donald R. McClarey

A Baby by any Other Name

    George Orwell, who literally wrote the book on how totalitarian regimes use language to serve evil ends, would have loved the video.  Although an agnostic and an opponent of the Catholic Church, Orwell was also not only an

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Donald R. McClarey

Mother Teresa on Abortion

 

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Donald R. McClarey

Saint of the Day Quote: Blessed Laura Vicuna

Thank you, Jesus! Thank you, Mary! Goodbye, Mother! Now I die happy!      Blessed Laura Vicuna  

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Donald R. McClarey

January 22, 1973: Roe v. Wade

    As we observe the sad forty-sixth anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that overturned all state laws banning abortions and effectively served as a judicial death warrant for tens of millions of innocents, I think it

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Donald R. McClarey

PopeWatch: Meaning

Remember when the Church had a reputation for precision in expression and thought?  Seems like a long time ago doesn’t it.  Phil Lawler gives us an example of what we are dealing with today:   4. But even after all

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