I picked this up from The Pulp.it:

About Fr. John Zuhlsdorf

Fr. Z is the guy who runs this blog. o{]:¬)
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  1. Andy Milam says:

    I have this up on my facebook page. I may port it over to my blog as well….

    We always do it first!!!

  2. irishgirl says:

    Oh, I love this! Too Cool, indeed! Very creative!

  3. pmullane says:


  4. Supertradmum says:

    Love this guy and love the poster.

  5. Finarfin says:

    That’s great! I will show people this.

  6. APX says:

    We also invented planking

    Lunges too. Heck, let’s just say we invented core workouts. Since I started doing regular adoration, I’ve noticed my lower core has gotten stronger from being engaged during all that kneeling. I don’t think we need that holy yoga nonsense.

  7. NoTambourines says:

    On the Tebow phenomenon, I really enjoyed this commentary by Fr. James Martin:


  8. gambletrainman says:

    I agree with Fr. Martin. However, I’m really surprised that groups like the ACLU hasn’t sued to stop this religious display. Tim Tebow is showing Christians how to live, whether he wins or not. The problem in the last decade or two, is cowardly “christians” run with their tails between their legs at the threat of a lawsuit by groups like the ACLU. Is not Christ King of the Universe? If so, aren’t we to acknowledge Him as King publicly? Then why is it okay to worship Him “privately” (in our own denominational churches or homes), but not in public? Another passage comes to mind: “He who acknowledges Me before men, I will acknowledge him before My Father. He who denies Me before men, also will I deny him before My Father.”

  9. Stvsmith2009 says:

    I just saw this at AlwaysCatholic, maybe you have too:

    You CAN’T Make this Up…”Witches assembling to end Tim Tebow’s season, keep Tom Brady’s alive”


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  11. benedictgal says:

    I wrote something about this last night:


    I thought of him this morning as I genuflected.

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