We Laugh Because We Believe

Month May 2007

What Happened to the Rosary Bowl?

Some 50,000 to 75,000 were supposed to have gathered this past weekend in Pasadena at the Rosary Bowl. However, I cannot seem to find any mainstream coverage of the event. Zip, Zilch, Nada. Actually the only thing I can find… Continue Reading →

Atheists Bring Me Down

Christopher Hitchens has a new book “God is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything.” Some things about Mr. Hitchens from Wikipedia: Christopher Eric Hitchens (born April 13, 1949, in Portsmouth, England) is an Anglo-American author, journalist and literary critic. Currently… Continue Reading →

Profile in Christian Courage

Anna Radosz,27, should always be remembered as a hero who put the life of her unborn child ahead of her own. Diagnosed with a potentially fatal form of skin cancer while she was pregnant, Radosz declined to take her child’s… Continue Reading →

Future Governor and Exorcist?

Congressman Bobby Jindal seems to be the frontrunner in the Louisiana gubernatorial race. But did you know he is a Catholic convert who once wrote in the New Oxford Review about taking part in an exorcism during summer camp. Don’t… Continue Reading →

Motu Proprio Watch: May Countdown

We have just 10 more days in the merry merry month of May. As you may know, I have hung my hat for some time on the Alice von Hildebrand quote / rumor in which she quotes the Pope as… Continue Reading →

I Know You Are, But What Am I?

You have to admit, Jimmy Carter calling President Bush the worst President in history is just funny and a little sad too. Jimmy is so anxious to get off the bottom of the list he is yelling to anyone who… Continue Reading →

Convert or Die

Byzantine emperor Manuel II Paleologus may have known what he was talking about. The Pope got heaps of grief for quoting the Emperor when he said: Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find… Continue Reading →

The Island of Lost Souls

The Island of Doctor Moreau is an 1896 science fiction novel written by H. G. Wells. In this prescient novel, Wells explores the monstrous moral consequences of messing with the fundamentals of the human fabric. Combining humans with animals. Now… Continue Reading →

Short People

They got little handsAnd little eyesAnd they walk aroundTellin’ great big liesThey got little nosesAnd tiny little teethThey wear platform shoesOn their nasty little feet Well, Randy Newman could go to jail in Massachusetts. The Commonwealth is once again showing… Continue Reading →

Media Coverage of the Motu Proprio

It is always interesting to watch the Ordinary Ministers of the Media and their approach to covering the coming Motu Proprio. This AP account does a reasonable job of representing the facts if not perfect. Some snippets Emphases and [Comments]… Continue Reading →

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