Wednesday, April 29, 2009
The Crescat has blogs up for the 2009 Cannonball Catholic Blog Awards!
I'm nominated in two sections:
"Best Under Appreciated Catholic Blog"
"Best Catholic Blog That Needs To Be Updated More Often"
Check out the site for voting details,
He's digging in those heels, isn't he? It would appear that Fr. Jenkins is more of a "cultural Catholic" than a "religious Catholic". For them, politics trumps "the Faith" every time.
One day, and it certainly can't come soon enough, a real Catholic will once again be in charge at Notre Dame and will restore it's squandered reputation.
If you haven't signed the petition:
Thursday, April 16, 2009
CNS News has an article about Georgetown covering up the "IHS" on the request of the White House. Certainly wouldn't want people confused about who the real Messiah is, I suppose.
What's not surprising is that the White House would request it. What is surprising, or should be, is that Georgetown complied. Then again, given their track record, maybe it's not so surprising.
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Fr. Longenecker has a post linking to an article in the Daily Telegraph about how the Diocese of Leeds (England) is attempting to put a stop to the ad-libbing that goes on at the start of the Mass. No more "Good morning" or "Hey, whazzup?" or "Did you see that game last night?", etc.
Sounds like a good start to me. We should be doing some of that ourselves.
Go to Fr.'s blog:
Thursday, April 2, 2009
"Cultural Catholics", like the ones at Notre Dame that still think it's a good idea to have Obama on campus, have traded the "Catholic" part and embraced the "Cultural" part. Of course, we all know that this "culture" they embrace is the Culture of Death.
Read the latest over at www.Cathlete.net.