Daily Archives: 14 August 2020

REVIEW: Ancient Roman version of Amazon’s “Alexa”

In Classics I worked on reconstructed Classical pronunciation of Latin. In my English minor I did the same for Early Modern English (e.g., Shakespeare). That’s probably why today I received this. It seems to be a kind review of the … Read More

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Wherein Fr. Z asks: What’s with the “QAnon conspiracy theory”?

I have a question.  Usually, when I ask the readership for help with some information, smart people step up. Today during a presser, a newsie asked Pres. Trump if he agrees with a Georgia Republican who holds to what the … Read More

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@JamesMartinSJ vicious internet lynching of @dlongenecker1

Jesuit homosexualist activist James Martin has an penchant for fighting dirty. Any scrap of credibility he might have had for his obsessive cause is greatly diminished with this tactic.   Watch what he does. From his Twitter feed (LINK – my … Read More

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#CQ – 14 Aug -St. Maximilian Kolbe, priest, martyr, #HamRadio operator, intercede for the Fishwrap! #SP3RN

Today, 14 August, is the Vigil of the Assumption.  It is also the Feast of St. Maximilian Kolbe, a Franciscan priest put to death at Auschwitz. St. Maximilian Kolbe, has a special relevance for Catholic media. Today, dear readers, say … Read More

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#ASonnetADay – SONNET 7.

#ASonnetADay – SONNET 7. Here comes the sun… son… pic.twitter.com/pdOceab1e7 — Fr. John Zuhlsdorf (@fatherz) August 14, 2020

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