Or at least that’s how it turned out. Took Katie to a local production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. It was very well done – obviously a fun show to do. I had never seen it before, although […]
A NYTimes piece on the Southern Baptist strategy in New York City “If you give them something of value, that kind of sets it apart,” said Kelley Searcy, a missionary from Atlanta, in a Midtown office on a recent Thursday […]
Dare we hope? Dare we? The new administrator of Springfield says things …referring to the ongoing sex abuse crisis in the church, Sniezyk said church officials must acknowledge a culture that protected abusive priests existed years ago. “We have to […]
From Conor Dugan over at Christus Victor He also includes an excerpt from the forward that Mel Gibson wrote to one of the books that’s been put out (by Tyndale, if I’m not mistaken) on the film.
A long, long article from the LA Times Magazine. Well worth registering for. Do it. The only really odd thing about the article, to me, (in an admittedly quick first read) was the failure to put these groups in the […]
Interesting times at Notre Dame these days, what with their Queer Film Festival and performance of the V-Monologues. There are a couple of ND students who blog, and one of them has some thoughts at The Shrine of the Holy […]
I read this and I thought, “Well! He’s in good shape!” Pope John Paul II reaches first state tournament A high school of course. We can add it to the verrrrry long list of related headlines like “St. Agnes demolishes […]
FDA delay decision until May A ruling had been expected next week on the pills, called Plan B, made by Barr Laboratories. The company announced late Friday that the Food and Drug Administration (news – web sites) is delaying action […]