Once again I have the pleasure of participating in Acton Institute’s summer event, Acton University, several days of outstanding lectures and meeting people from dozens of countries and varying walks of life and religions.
Getting here wasn’t easy this time. I was in NYC for a previous engagement and then encountered flight nightmare, including mechanical problems that took our plane back to LGA.
As soon as we landed, there was a “ground stop” for weather. Then they had to find another plane. Then we had to get out of the tangle of planes waiting to leave. It was awful.
However, it was deja vu. The first flight returned to LGA because both the AC units were out. It was really hot in that airplane. Sound familiar? This was the same pattern as when I went to Gitmo, and that plane crashed. As a matter of fact, when this flight returned to LGA there were lots of emergency vehicles along the runway with their lights on.
But I digress… I arrived.
This morning we had a lovely Missa Cantata with Gregorian chant.
The bookstore always has good stuff. Lib heads would either get straighten out in a hurry, or explode.
David Clayton, who always comes, also writes for NLM. And Bradley’s book is a must.
Meanwhile, start ’em young.
The early schedule each day reflects the diversity of the attendees.
Jennifer Roback Morse of Ruth Institute
On “gender ideology”. As you know “gender ideology” is from Hell.
The idea is that gender ideology is putting western society at risk.
Jennifer used for the example of how Fr Cusick was tweet-mobbed for suggesting that women should dress modestly in church.
She also used examples of Drag Queen stuff in libraries and boys beating girls in sports.
Combating gender ideology… remember…