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January 1, 1970 Archives

Mark Shea has a great comment from Sherry Weddell (no surprise there) regarding George Barna’s new identification of "the Revolutionaries" as Relying upon national research conducted over the past several years, Barna profiles a group of more than 20 million […]

Faith enters the governor’s race: Kilgore, who has tried to expand the kinds of crimes that would be eligible for the death penalty, has talked about Kaine’s opposition throughout the campaign. But even Democrats were unprepared for the stark and […]

Thanks to an enthusiastic supporter/organizer, we have a couple of talks scheduled for South Carolina for the first full week in April. Columbia and Charleston at this point.  We’d like to add a couple more – so if you would […]

From the bishop of Hong Kong There is but “one, holy, Catholic, Apostolic and Roman” Church in China at this point and we can no longer speak of two Churches, so much so that if the government were to acknowledge […]

A different sort of take on the Potter series, from the Spectator online (I’ve read the first five, but not the latest one.) Certainly, Harry has just cause for killing the Dark Lord Voldemort, his parents’ murderer. But Harry and […]

For the White House The White House, after the Miers withdrawal/removal/disappearance, would be well advised to call in leaders of the fractious base–with heavy initial emphasis on the Washington conservative establishment–and have some long talks about the future. It’s time […]

Phone rings "It’s Jesus – he wants to know what kind of car you want!" By the way, the fellow who played (plays? Surely he’ll be back) Desmond  was Jesus in that film (which I never saw) that came out […]

An interesting site with resources – in e-book form – that’s just what it says: As literature professors, we feel strongly that in the teaching of literature a disservice has been done to our youth who have not been exposed […]

Synagogue for Upper Room THE Vatican is hoping to regain control of the Room of the Last Supper in Jerusalem, one of the most sacred sites in Christianity. It will, in exchange, hand over to the Jewish community the historic […]

Sandro Magister looks at the synod so far