Monthly Archives: November 2011

Black Friday: Never Again

From Fr. Longenecker at Standing on My Head: “Has anybody else glimpsed the irony? Black Friday everybody gets up early and goes to pay homage to the great American idol– Mammon.  Yet we call it ‘Black Friday’.  Do we call … Continue reading

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Intolerant Secularism: Abuse of ‘Non-Discrimination’

From Rome Reports comes a great quote from Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, currently serving as the Vatican Secretary of State when he dropped something of a hammer on Europe’s economic issues, caused by the presence of “intolerant secularism.”  Secularists in Europe “often abuse the principle of non-discrimination … Continue reading

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Pelosi: Anti-Catholic Polical Hack

After quoting Madam Pelosi in the Washington Post, Donald McClarey of the American Catholic blog comments in ‘Lying Worthless Political Hack Hates Catholic Conscience;’ “Of course it is little surprise that the adamantly pro-abort Nancy Pelosi has little but ill-concealed contempt for the teaching … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Prayer

Most merciful Father, your gifts of love are countless and your goodness infinite. On this Thanksgiving Day we come before you with gratitude for your kindness: open our hearts to concern for others so that we may share your gifts … Continue reading

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Can’t Look Up without Being Down

Hello All; it’s been awhile since we’ve posted here; but life just got in front of us here and we’ve had to take care of our business and our blog here experienced an unplanned vacation.  We’ll make an honest effort … Continue reading

Posted in Hope, Love, Opinion