Continued from Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 UPDATED: Part 6 comments link (page 4) (TypePad, this is getting old) SDG here (not Jimmy). In my last couple of installments, I’ve argued for the moral legitimacy of voting for the candidate you regard as the least problematic […]
I agree with Mark Shea in echoing Fr. John Corapi’s call for nine days of prayer, from Monday, October 27 through Tuesday, November 4. If you’d like a set prayer for the novena, Fr. Corapi has one for you. I would also humbly recommend fasting, and the rosary. Note: Please, for this one post, absolutely […]
Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 UPDATE: new comments link for Part 5 (TypePad says they’re working on this!) New comments link for Part 4 (TypePad says they’re working on this!) SDG here (not Jimmy) with more thoughts on voting. In Part 4 I […]
So says Bishop Rene Gracida, the retired head of the Corpus Christ, Texas diocese.
I hope Catholic bloggers will take note of the following video edition of the Voters Guide for Serious Catholics, which is now YouTubed and available for embedding.
(AP Photo) I find this story amusing on several levels. It seems, according to this AP story at Fox News, that atheists in London plan to buy advertising – in the form of posters – on thirty or so city buses, in order to promote their cheery and robust philosophy. The signs are to read […]
The usual hat tip to AmP for highlighting the USCCB website’s brief but important essay by Richard M. Doerflinger, Associate Director of the Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities for the U.S. bishops: What Reduces Abortions? Sometimes election years produce more policy myths than good ideas. This year one myth is about abortion. It goes like this: […]
SDG here with an administrative blog note. Some of y’all noticed that a bunch of the comments in the "Elections, Voting and Morality, Part 4" combox seemed to disappear mysteriously yesterday. Well, it turns out that they were still there… but you couldn’t get to them, because TypePad changed how the combox handles long lists […]
SDG here with two clarifications, one from me and one from Mark Shea. In a blog post entitled "Steve Greydanus takes Exception to my Choice to Go Third Party," Mark Shea writes: I don’t believe I’ve ever said that voting for McCain would be a mortal sin. If I somehow inadvertently gave that impression (as […]