We Laugh Because We Believe

Month September 2008

Soto Voce

For quite some time many Catholic bloggers have become quite used to criticizing our Bishops for timidity or worse. Not these days. I enjoyed reading and writing about so many Bishops rising to take on heterodox politicians such as Biden… Continue Reading →

The Moment I’ll Remember: “I Have a Bracelet Too.”

To me, this was a very real moment that just felt so awkward and phony that it may last a lot longer than any other thing that was said last night. The way he couldn’t remember the name was just…icky…. Continue Reading →

Catholics Have Right To Ancient Rites

Our friend Brian Kopp writes over at the Summorum blog about the preface written to Dr. Alcuin Reid’s new book. In the preface, Cardinal Castrillon Hoyos, makes some very forceful comments about the rights of the faithful when it comes… Continue Reading →

Today On CMR – September 26, 2008

Homeschooling and Sports—Equal taxes but no equal opportunities. V for Vendetta—A tale of parental horror and priestly anger management. Will England Fall Under Papal Power?—England considers getting rid of anti-Catholic laws about the monarchy. This is the opening we’ve been… Continue Reading →

Homeschooling and Sports

Did you know that only 24 states allow homeschoolers to participate in extracurricular activities at public schools? Neither did I until Tito sent me this link to fascinating article over at ESPN on the fate of homeschoolers who want to… Continue Reading →

V for Vendetta

Peter over at With A Grain of Salt, after reading Matthew’s story on Dazed Primates, Big Gulp’s, and Redemption was reminded of a story of a mess created by his children after the Easter Vigil Mass. The family attended a… Continue Reading →

Will England Fall Under Papal Power?

Newsweek reports that Great Britain is considering removing some of their anti-Catholic laws from the books. The British royal family is all about tradition. But even this august institution has to confront the realities of the 21st century. For more… Continue Reading →

Palin Visits Medjugorje

Yeah, sorry. Not that Palin. Couldn’t resist the temptation to put those two combox busting words in the same sentence.

Today On CMR – September 25, 2008

Name Calling I Like—In humorous reversal,Rowan Williams called Papal puppet. Saving Pepperton—A child’s misunderstanding leads to great bedtime stories. NY Mets Too Big To Fail?—This is almost as stupid as the other thing. When Not To Receive Communion—When parking it… Continue Reading →

Name Calling I Like

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, has been called a lot of names over the years. In the last few months leading up to Lambeth he has been called many, many more. However, I think it is fair to say… Continue Reading →

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