Was a conference on religion blogging this weekend at Biola. Christian, with an evangelical slant, definitely. I heard from people who wanted me to come, but it’s not like I can drop everything and fly to CA at my own […]
As I mentioned last week, I am in the final stages of finishing my book on Mary Magdalene, to be released next March, I believe. I have a heavy week of working coming up, but I think, if no one […]
I saw that Sandro Magister had blogged about this, but since his blog is in Italian, I had to wait until Rocco translated for us: Here. Back to the Synod, Magister writes that two Arguello-friendly bishops — one from Poland […]
Hoyas on the Tridentine Rite: During discussion Saturday morning, Castrillón Hoyos, prefect of the Congregation for Clergy as well as president of the Ecclesia Dei Commission, created in 1988 to meet the pastoral needs of Catholics attached to the pre-Vatican […]
In case you haven’t seen this via The Anchoress, I would like to point you to this blog, of a man who has been writing about his terminally ill brother. His brother just passed away, and that is recounted in […]
Michelle Malkin has a post on a Mississippi town that’s being overlooked in the Katrina relief, and needs help.