—For the week of July 20-27, 2008. Some stuff we came across in our travels…
As we travel around the world wide interweb thingy, we come across many interesting things, some of which we choose to write about. Many others have heretofore gone unmentioned. This is our remedy for this situation.
Since we found the following items interesting, we thought you might too. We plan to make this a regular feature of this site creating a new “Stuff” post on a weekly basis. Throughout the week we will update it as we come across additional interesting items. Stay tuned.
From the Pilot, Dale O’Leary writes:
Some women view any social recognition of sex difference as unjust discrimination. They have been influenced by postmodernist/social deconstructionist professors who argue, in spite of the undeniable scientific evidence to the contrary, that the differences between men and women are not natural, but artificial social constructions that can and should be eliminated. While narrow or demeaning stereotypes, which limit women’s participation in society, should be eliminated, the
natural differences between men and women are part of the goodness of creation and cannot be wished away. Church teaching is rooted in reality. She defends the rights and equality of women, but also appropriate recognition of differences between men and women.
Barbara Nicolosi wants you to know that Act One needs an executive director.
Executive Director, Act One, Inc. It serves as a framework for defining
the duties and responsibilities, lines of authority, criteria,
characteristics and related information about the position. There are
many other aspects of the duties and responsibilities of a position,
which are developed during the course of the employment relationship.
Those post-hiring adjustments should be documented between the Board of
Directors of Act One and the Executive Director (with appropriate
approvals according to current policies) by revising this from time to
CMR fave Red Cardigan revealed her secret identity. Channeling Tom Hanks in the the cinema classic “Joe versus the Volcano” I can only say, “I knew it! I didn’t know it….but I knew it!”
blog. Where I not only post under my real name, but have become such a
regular participant that on two separate occasions (so far!) Rod has
let me guest-blog for him while he and his lovely family have taken
some much-needed vacation time.
Which means, of course, that I am …
Thanks to Sheila Liaugminas for this story…
only abortion business in South Dakota, had to comply with a new state
law telling women the truth about abortion. Rather than tell women
abortion kills children and has numerous risks, Planned Parenthood
closed its doors.
This little gem from the Obamessiah courtesy of the WaPo…
friend of Israel’s. It will be a strong friend of Israel’s under a McCain government — administration. It will be a strong friend of Israel’s under an Obama administration. So that policy is not going to change.
Well sure. But what does Israel Think?
Is it true? Red Cardigan might reveal her real name?
Read the rest >>>>
I wonder if it is something awful, like Willimena? Or maybe Ethel? Maybe Uma or Oprah? Or maybe….
Brian Kopp writes of the travails of those interested in the Gregorian Rite in the diocese of Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown. He pleads with the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei for help.
The local ordinary gloated at a recent presbyteral council meeting that the TLM is not being celebrated in this diocese — since no one has passed the exams.
Father Ray Blake noticed a few things the BBC missed.
Father Dwight Longenecker tells a the story of a remarkable healing on the the day of reception into the church.