SDG again with more Halloween pumpkin guest-blogging — this time real photos of an actual pumpkin that I (SDG, not Jimmy) decorated at a company picnic this year. It’s not exactly a jack-o-lantern, because it’s not carved and therefore you couldn’t put a candle in it. So I called it "Jack-o-Maul" (as opposed to "Maul-o-lantern" […]
SDG here with some Halloween jack-o-lantern art guest-blogging. Every year at Halloween I (SDG, not Jimmy) carve a jack-o-lantern. Sometimes it’s funny, sometimes it’s scary, sometimes it’s just… strange. We take pictures every year, but when I went to look for the pictures for what I consider my most interesting jack-o-lantern to date, I was […]
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CHT to American Papist for providing a link to where folks can hear my recent appearance on the Hugh Hewitt show. HERE’S THE LINK. The segment with me starts a little bit after the 10 minute mark. You can just drag the indicator to the 10 minute mark if you want to get there in […]
The following is the text of the letter sent by Francis Cardinal Arinze to Bishop William Skylstad, president of the USCCB, concerning the liturgical change in America such that extraordinary ministers will no longer be permitted to purify the vessels used at Mass. CONGREGATIO CULTO DIVINO ET DISCIPLINA SACRAMENTORUM Prot. n. 468/05/L Rome, 12 October […]
The wonders of the digital age! Pumpkin carving without all the mess and seeds and stuff! CARVE YOURS TODAY!(CHT to the reader who e-mailed.)
A reader writes: I thought this question would have a nice spooky element for Halloween. In St. Liguori’s Glories of Mary, the author relates some fantastic stories: Moreover, Pelbart says that in his time, when the emperor Sigismund was crossing the Alps with his army, a voice was heard coming from a skeleton asking for […]
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Last Thursday through Saturday I was at GodBlogCon 2006, hosted at Biola University in La Mirada, California (that’s in the L.A. area). I found the confab very stimulating, and I met a bunch of really enthusiastic, passionate folks concerned about using blogs to promote Christian faith and values. Speakers and attendees came from Protestant, Orthodox, […]