We Laugh Because We Believe

Month April 2007

Thanks for the Catechism Daddy!

“Thanks for the Catechism Daddy!” Certainly something not many parents hear. My 7 yr. old daughter recently wrapped up ‘religion’ classes at our local parish. They seem to do a nice job there and the oldest kids (5 & 7)… Continue Reading →

Georgetown Lunacy

An editorial in yesterday’s student run Georgetown Voice responded to a single study which claimed that abstinence-only education hasn’t had the desired effect. The editorial board therefore decided that Georgetown University should abandon 2,000 years of Catholic theological study, distribute… Continue Reading →

Catholics in the Crosshairs

Court Abortion Verdict Raises Religion Question The Politico raises an interesting point about what the five justices who voted to uphold the ban on partial birth abortion have in common -they’re all Catholic. (Scalia, Thomas, Roberts, Alito and Kennedy) Expect… Continue Reading →

The Front Line of the Culture War

With the decision today to uphold the ban on partial birth abortion, the Supreme Court of the United States became the front line of the culture war.The four conservatives on the bench (Scalia, Thomas, Alito and Chief Justice John Roberts)… Continue Reading →

Thank God! Supreme Court upholds Federal Ban on Partial birth Abortion Procedure

The Supreme Court voted 5-4 to uphold the ban marking the first time the Court has limited abortion in any way. Read about it here.

Profile in Courage at Va. Tech

John 15:13: “Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.” A Profile in Courage amidst tragedy in the New York Daily NewsLiviu Librescu was killed as he blocked his classroom door… Continue Reading →

Vengeance is Mine

Vengeance in mine. While the air still hangs thick with gunpowder, while shock and disbelief prevail, before we even know the names of the dead, the drumbeat begins. The 32 dead are not enough you see, we want our pound… Continue Reading →

Pray for the Victims

Please say a prayer today for the victims of the shooting at Virginia Tech. This is a massive American tragedy. We can share our thoughts on the why’s and how’s something like this happens in coming weeks. But today let’s… Continue Reading →

Christian Unity: A Long Way to Go

George Weigel has a piece on Catholic Exchange which suggests that the divide between the Catholics and the Orthodox may be much wider than we care to admit. In support of this claim he relates the reaction of the monasteries… Continue Reading →

Motu Proprio Watch: Bigfoot has it

I cannot help but think that as every day goes by while we wait for the mythical “Motu Proprio”, that we inch closer and closer to the Bigfoot and Nessie crowd. ‘Nuff said.

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