I am out for a few weeks
Closing on our new home is coming up and that means MOVING and a ton of housework. Hopefully closing will happen on Wednesday. If so, we will at least have a small bit of stuff in for Thanksgiving.
Anyway, I likely will not post for much of that time since I won't have the Internet
Blogworthies - Did I mention the Holy Spirit is at work?
Contemplating the Laundry Interesting blog that keeps coming up in my daily reading.
Blogworthies -- sorry not much commentary today ... I wrote an essay on the loss of art in the Church last night in case you missed it. :)
Catholicity and the Ne Plus Ultra in Anglicanism fro
The loss of art in the Church
another work in progress ... comments would be appreciated
A few years ago my wife and I attended a local parish that was collecting for its building fund. Donations from us and the rest of the parishioners were lacking. The project was slated to cost quite the hefty sum and was to be tra
Blogging around: babies=smart, Arinze speaks, and incredible tornado video
Having babies is a smart thing to do!
I will try to verify this later. Regardless, I am sure my wife is thrilled to know that she is getting smarter. I have always thought it to be true.
Massive pro-family rally in Madrid to protest new education law Unfortunately, it appears,
OK, I found my favorite way to do a blogroll, mainly because I could load my OPML file in and sort out my favorites.
Birth Control patch warning ... todays reading
Warning Issued for Birth-Control Patch Let me see. I thought these side effects have been known for years? I also thought these side effects were also known with most variants of the pill as well?"I wish I had known," she said. "It's quite likely I would never have used it."
When "Contraception Why Not" doesn't help and other reading
A Hard Pill to Swallow - Christianity Today Magazine via Amy Welborn - This speaks for itself. If you have Protestant friends who are friendly towards this Catholic teaching, send it to them. Sometimes Protestants will listen to other Protestants. It takes a while to get to the point of even hoping
Luther and his non-nailing and other reading
WOW, I have some doozies on the reading list for today ...
Legends about Luther: Nailing the 95 Theses to the Door of the Castle Church indirectly derived from Against the Grain
Everyday I learn some universal fact that generally is accepted by everyone is not true. I find it
Depression, families and lack of community support
In my stuff to read entry from last night I cited the following --
Why is there an Epidemic of Depression?
I want to first make it clear that this is an excellent post and I agree with it but I did want to add my two cents on a particular passage:Our grandparents had comfortable spir
Stuff to read when you are sick
OK, I am sort of sick. My family is a little more classically sick. I will spare you the details.
Decided to, at a minimum, post my reading list for the past day or two.
Joke - A little crude yes ... but it is still a really funny joke.
Mark Shea: Vatican Says Absol
Homeschooling thought II - today I am ON the bandwagon
Pulled this and some comments off of DCF ...
Court says parents not sole providers of kids' sex education SAN FRANCISCO – A federal appeals court dismissed a lawsuit by elementary school parents who were outraged that the Palmdale School District had surveyed students about sex.
ITS NOT FAIR ... and some things to read
Some reading ...
Are Cradle Catholics and Converts Created Equal?
On invincible ignorance, EENS, etc. This teaching is one of the most difficult teachings for both Catholics and non-Catholics to comprehend. This is an excellent overview.
There is a common thread in the fi
Christmas Time is here ... and some things to read
Christmas Time is here ...
Heh ... LAUNCH (My Station) has pulled out the Christmas music
first song .. a classic ... Skating by Vince Guaraldi
Reading for the day ...
Ten Principles For Political Involvement
ABORTION 101 via Not So Quiet Catholic Corner
- I am out for a few weeks