I’ve finally updated my webpage devoted to DVC stuff. Check it out, pass it on, etc. De-Coding Mary Magdalene is out of course, but there’s no search the book function activated on the Amazon listing. I’ve put up the table […]
First of all, I’ll tell you that on my trip, I read Wright’s Paul: In Fresh Perspective, a short, meaty book in which he brings together the highlights of all of his previous work on Paul. Simply put, having not […]
The Roamin’ Roman has begun her arduous task of posting all of her photos and commentary from the Triduum – yes, she got to every Papal liturgy, and then some. Here’s the link to her blog. This Triduum, with no […]
Podcasts of Michael’s Easter Season series on KVSS from Omaha.
Vatican Radio’s page, full of anniversary-related programs.
CNS reports 50,000 at the General Audience today: "How time flies," the pope exclaimed to the 50,000 faithful who packed St. Peter’s Square for his April 19 general audience as he recalled that exactly one year earlier the College of […]
Some hint that Pope Benedict has been good for Germany: The Archbishop of Berlin, Cardinal Georg Sterzinsky, said many Catholics — including many Germans — had initially been skeptical about the conservative Joseph Ratzinger becoming the first German pope since […]
This columnist for the UK Telegraph sniffs at Archbishop Willliams’ Easter sermon: Why is the Archbishop of Canterbury so bewildering? After all, Easter is the biggest event in the Christian calendar – Dr Rowan Williams could have used his sermon […]
On the professor who led the charge to vandalize the pro-life crosses: She was put on leave; She has apologized A report from Inside Higher Ed, which quotes some other professors at NKU in regard to their perception of intolerance […]
…dissent from Fr. Jenkins’ action, that is. This, an "Open Letter to the University Community" by Dr. John Cavadini, chair of the Theology Department He digs deep, and faults the "Closing Report" for basically ignoring the Church, of which Notre […]