I’ve lived in or around D.C. a couple of times in my life: First (and correct me if I’m wrong, Dad), when I was a year old or so, for a year. My dad was a Congressional Fellow in Jim […]
If you are, or know anyone who will be liveblogging from WYD, please let me know – I’d like to give them some PR, and put up a temporary set of links here on this spot.
As I was tapping out the book signing post last night, something was nagging at me. What had I forgotten? Ah yes…from the "It’s a Small, Small, Small SMALL Catholic World" Department: After getting various children settled, I came over […]
Very nice book signing gig at the Basilica Shrine of the Immaculate Conception today. I will blog more about our entire weekend when we return home tomorrow, but for right now, let me just say how amazed and generally bowled-over […]
Mario Cuomo and Doug Kmiec on Meet the Press today, on the Roberts nominee: The link is a transcript of the show. Rick Garnett has highlights and comments at MOJ I wish the point had been made that the Church’s […]
Archbishop Levada subpoened just before his last Mass as SF Ordinary Archbishop William Levada, soon to be the highest ranking American at the Vatican, was welcomed to his final Sunday Mass here by thousands of admiring parishioners, a few critics […]
Another article on religious women, this time across the sea – this time a BBC report on the cloistered Benedictines whose convent is at Tyburn, the site of many martyrdoms during the 16th and early 17th centuries. The convent’s website.
A very nice article from the local paper about the Sisters of Mary of the Eucharist in Ann Arbor, growing as other orders shrink and age. They were smart. They were good at sports. They were fun to hang out […]