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Inadvertent Evangelization

As a Catholic, there are certain things that are guaranteed to make you shake your head. Among the things that can make your cranium quaver are America Magazine, Catholic Universities, and Jesuits. How fortunate are we that we have all… Continue Reading →

Now I Feel Better About What We Do Here

According to the Norwich Bulletin, the Rev. James Martin says humor is good for the Catholic soul. Now we here at CMR are often accused of taking things too lightly. But we take our silliness very seriously. As the sign… Continue Reading →

Even A Broken Clock …

I was perusing America Magazine, admittedly to find something silly that I could use my God given sarcastic talents to ridicule. As it turns out, my sarcastic talents provide me and my clan an evolutionary advantage. (Who Knew?) However, even… Continue Reading →

Abortion is Chewing Gum and Gay Marriage is Walking

The always reliably liberal Father Thomas Reese wrote about gay marriaqe in Newsweek’s “On Faith” blog. In short, he thinks you’re too stupid to be trusted with the issue of gay marriage. For almost 2,000 years, Christianity has considered any… Continue Reading →

College B-ball Coach Recites Rosary Before Games

Phil Martelli, the popular and successful coach of the St. Joseph’s University men’s basketball team (And my alma mater) does have his quirks. He revealed some of them April 10 at a St. Martin of Tours School communion breakfast in… Continue Reading →

Georgetown Say Pope Should Learn From Them

It is clear to many that Georgetown in countless ways has ceased being a “Catholic” University. But this opinion piece in the student run newsmagazine “The Georgetown Voice” shows that the Jesuit school has now embraced the role of evangelist… Continue Reading →

A Great Jesuit Steps Down

The Rev. Robert Spitzer, S.J., a pro-life chamion, plans to step down from the presidency of Gonzaga University in Spokane, ending his very succesful decade at the helm, says SeattlePI.com. Spitzer, 55, will return to study, teaching and writing in… Continue Reading →

Jesuit Who Was Ordered To Stop Saying Latin Mass Dies

Fr. Philip L. Bourret, a retired Jesuit priest who was ordered by his Jesuit superiors to stop saying traditional Latin Mass, died at 94 this week, according to the California Cathlic Daily. Jesuit Fr. Philip L. Bourret, reportedly ordered by… Continue Reading →

Jesuit Mocks Atheists

There’s a fabulous article called “Atheism and Violence” in the new edition of First Things by By Edward T. Oakes, S.J. He takes on the recent spate of books claiming atheism is the answer to all the world’s problems in… Continue Reading →

Shortest Books Ever Written

10. Everything Men Know About Women9. Everything Women Know About Men8. French Hospitality7. George Foreman’s Big Book of Baby Names6. How to Sustain a Musical Career by Art Garfunkel5. Mike Tyson’s Guide to Dating Etiquette4. One Hundred and One Spotted… Continue Reading →

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