Daily Archives: 11 November 2013

“People are walking like zombies looking for food. It’s like a movie…. It’s like the end of the world.”

I can hear it already: “There’s goes crazy ol’ Father Z again! Every time there is a big disaster, he posts about prepping!”
That’s right.
That’s because it could happen to you.
Natural disasters happen. Man made disasters happen. They can happen where … Continue reading

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“Judgmental” sermons

Eye of the Tiber satirically “reports”:
Dumbstruck Congregation Listens In Awe As “Judgmental” Pastor Delivers Sound Homily
Encinitas, CA–Listening in shock and horror as a visiting priest delivered what many believed to be a judgmental homily earlier this morning, many parishioners at … Continue reading

Posted in Lighter fare, Our Catholic Identity | 21 Comments

What the heck is this? The Vatican?

The International Olympic Committee seems to be adopting the Vatican’s time-honored policy “Yesterday’s technology tomorrow!”
From FNC:
No Tweets, Instagrams, iPhones at the Olympics, authorities declare
The 2014 Olympics might feel more like 1914.
Journalists attending the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics in Russia will … Continue reading

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In spare time, 3 guys in 3 days make a “Affordable” Care Act website that actually works

This is from Breitbart:
THREE 20-YEAR-OLDS MAKE WORKING OBAMACARE WEBSITE IN THREE DAYS
Even as President Obama has issued a constant refrain of how upset he is that his Obamacare website doesn’t work and promises that he’s on top of the fix, … Continue reading

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Your Sunday Sermon Notes

Was there a good point you heard in the sermon you heard as you fulfilled your Sunday Mass obligation?
Let us know.   Sometimes people are in a situation where they don’t hear good sermons.  Help them out.


In the Extraordinary Form … Continue reading

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