Daily Archives: 30 June 2009

A favorite fast lunch spot

When I am in St. Paul I sometimes take a break from the good Chinese to stop at a well-known deli, Cecil’s on Cleveland.
If you can’t be in New York, you can come here.
Service is … well, you never know. … Continue reading

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M. Novak on liberal trembling over upcoming encyclical

From the site of First Things, Michael Novak has a comment about the anticipation felt by liberals over the Holy Father’s upcoming encyclical.
My emphases and comments.
Economic Heresies of the LeftJun 29, 2009Michael Novak
What exactly is in Benedict XVI’s new encyclical … Continue reading

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Good commentary about new Pauline discoveries

There is a very interesting piece from Sandro Magister’s Chiesa on the new discoveries about St. Paul which have recently come to light.  
This is one you want to read carefully… especially you seminarians out there.
My emphases and … Continue reading

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Ed Peter’s takes L’Osservatore to the woodshed

Ed Peter’s of In The Light Of The Law has correctly understood a burning issue of our day.
L’OR and the Loss of Reason
For most of my life L’Osservatore Romano has been a sleepy Roman rag that arrived weeks after its … Continue reading

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Have any good news?

What is your good news today?

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Support of “cap and trade”?

More and more I have the impression that "the environment" is rapidly becoming the focus of a new age sort of a religion.
I missed this when it came out, from Catholic World News:
Catholic World News (CWN) Feature Stories US Catholic … Continue reading

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