Daily Archives: 15 July 2013

When clowns attack

WARNING:
This may make your eyes and ears bleed.  No.  Really.
It is hard to know how to react to this.  I have so many thoughts and emotions at once.
Preliminary observations:

I think what you are going to see is not part of a … Continue reading

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O frabjous day! They are BACK!

I buried the lead:
Twinkies!  They’re baaaaack!
As you know, they went off the shelves some months ago, a dark day for civilization.
As I have written before, I never cared much for Twinkies, but I was irritated that I couldn’t any longer … Continue reading

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“I heard you’re idea’s and their definately good.”

Despite the less than elegant rhetorical flourish, this is pretty funny.  From XKCD.

I am reminded of how liberals insist that conservatives be nice even while they pour out the worst sort of bile (cf. my email inbox).
(I especially like the … Continue reading

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“Dear Holy Father… about my car….” Wherein Fr. Z offers advice to priests about vehicles.

I’ve been giving a lot of thought to Pope Francis’ war on new cars for priests and religious.  HERE.
I saw this in an article in the Vatican’s underground satirical newspaper LA CIPOLLA:
[...]
Priests far and wide are now under attack because … Continue reading

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QUAERITUR: Walking out of church because of the sermon.

From a reader:
Today, the priest gave an overtly political homily that I have no doubt you would have found highly inappropriate. Think Fr. Michael Pfelger of Chicago. I sat through it in stunned disbelief but some got up and left. … Continue reading

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Your Sunday Sermon Notes

Was there a good point in the Sunday sermon you hear?
Let us know what is was.

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