We Laugh Because We Believe

Month September 2014

I Am A Neil DeGrasse Tyson Denier

Really? A famous scientist’s ridiculously absurd approach to science (Smug and wrong) turns out to be the same as his approach to life (Smug and wrong.) Go figure? Neil DeGrasse Tyson, the very same scientist who completely lied about history… Continue Reading →

Epic Homeschooling Fail

I was working on Math with my seven year old. She was having problems with deciphering less than and greater than. You know, seven is less than nine. 11 is greater than 4. You get it but she wasn’t. I… Continue Reading →

New Jersey Nun a Step Closer to Sainthood

I love this. Sister Miriam Teresa would be the third American-born saint, after Elizabeth Ann Seton and Katharine Drexel. NorthJersey.com: It was nearly 50 years ago that Michael Mencer, a third-grader at St. Anastasia School in Teaneck, was moved to… Continue Reading →

Bad Lip Reading: Walking Dead Edition

I think this might be better than the show, sometimes. *subhead*Funny.*subhead*

You Can Hear Me on EWTN Radio Talking About the World Meeting of Families

I was interviewed by EWTN’s Register Radio talking about the World Meeting of Families. I had a lot of fun. The link is available at the Register. *subhead*Radio.*subhead*

When Our Family is Renewed, the Whole Church is Renewed

When Pope Benedict XVI called Archbishop Charles Chaput two years ago to ask him to consider hosting the 2015 World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia, his first thought was to refuse the offer. The Philadelphia Archdiocese has endured difficult times… Continue Reading →

Seattle To Fine People Who Waste Food

The lunatics are running the asylum. Seattle wants its residents to compost food scraps so much the city will begin fining homes, apartment buildings and businesses that throw away too much food mixed with their garbage, according to new rules… Continue Reading →

Hey, Remember What that Nutjob Santorum Said?

Ha. Remember when Rick Santorum argued against gay marriage by saying this: “If the Supreme Court says that you have the right to consensual sex within your home, then you have the right to bigamy, you have the right to… Continue Reading →

Bishop Tobin Releases Statement on Catholic Politicians and Abortion

Gina Raimondo, the Democratic candidate for governor, has made it very clear that despite being a Catholic she’s radically pro-abortion, even to the point of backing partial birth abortion. ‘The Catholic Church has a clear position and I have a… Continue Reading →

What Happens in Church Stays in Church

A parish in Montana is terribly divided over the decision the pastor made to refuse Communion to two men who were recently civilly married. This is one of the predominant issues of our time and I think we’ll be hearing… Continue Reading →

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