Daily Archives: 1 October 2014

Posting comments here

People who register here, and whose registrations I approve, can post comments.  I use the “about you” section to determine whether or not you are a real (and serious) person or a vile spammer or bot of some kind.  It … Continue reading

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I still want that Veyron, but this was pretty spiffy.

This is just too cool not to share.  Let’s take a couple minutes away from how the world and the Church are both flying apart at the seams and simply enjoy this.  Even if you are not really into cars … Continue reading

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Of Latin oddities

I can’t resist this one from Dr. Peters: Lighter fare: [thanks for the homage] can bad Latin save a papacy? by Dr. Edward Peters I got an odd one a few days ago (okay, I get lots of odd ones, … Continue reading

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I am not making up this coffee flavor!

Okay… I just had to post this. I saw at Mystic Monk that there is now a flavored coffee (if you are into that sort of thing) called… and I am not making this up… Snickering Monk Candy Bar. Click … Continue reading

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Scratching my head about the bishop in Paraguay

I will be the first to admit that what we do not know about this case, could fill volumes.  However, there are a few curiosities that leave me scratching my head. Here is a story form CWN about the Paraguayan bishop … Continue reading

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Kneeless in Seattle

From Fr. Carota’s blog: I received this text message yesterday (Sunday) from a young man who is a member of “Juventutem” and had to go to Seattle for work.   When he went to mass there, this is what happened: … Continue reading

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Posted in Be The Maquis, Cri de Coeur, Liberals, Liturgy Science Theatre 3000, Our Catholic Identity | Tagged , , , | 85 Comments