Showing posts from January, 2010


The pain then is part of the happiness now.

Ainhoa Arteta - Tears In Heaven

For my friend Rafaella, RIP. She was a beautiful person, she just made the world a better place by being here. :)

Taylor mali poem

Truly amazing prolife video

Vatican researcher discovers Jesus death certificate on Holy Shroud

All Creatures Of Our God And King by David Crowder

Christ Be Our Light

WINDOW TO THE WOMB 4d baby scan its a boy

Take us to the river ~ Robin Mark

Jesus, All For Jesus - Robin Mark - Revival From Belfast

God Grew Tired of Us Trailer

Patrick Henry Hughes

Catholic charities deploy teams to Haiti after 7.0 quake rocks the island

Update earthquake in Haiti: Archbishop of Port-au Prince among the thousands killed

Casting Crowns Praise You In The Storm

Peace is Coming - Jon McNaughton

Lovely painting

A Military Miracle for Orphans in Haiti

This was before today's earthquake; how much greater the need today.

Makes You Think

From "Faith of a Convert"
The following was written by Ben Stein and recited by him on CBS Sunday Morning Commentary.

My confession:

I am a Jew, and every single one of my ancestors was Jewish. And it does not bother me even a little bit when people call those beautiful lit up, bejeweled trees, Christmas trees. I don't feel threatened. I don't feel discriminated against. That's what they are, Christmas trees.

It doesn't bother me a bit when people say, 'Merry Christmas' to me. I don't think they are slighting me or getting ready to put me in a ghetto. In fact, I kind of like it. It shows that we are all brothers and sisters celebrating this happy time of year. It doesn't bother me at all that there is a manger scene on display at a key intersection near my beach house in Malibu. If people want a creche, it's just as fine with me as is the Menorah a few hundred yards away.

I don't like getting pushed around for being a Jew, and I don'…

Absolve Domine animas omnium

South Dakota The Movie Trailer


A new Blogger I have recently caught up with has this to say:
In light of our ongoing treatment of Sanger and the Eugenics Movement, it’s fair to ask if the eugenists have any merit to their argument.

No, they don’t.

From a Christian anthropological perspective, the least among us is made in the image and likeness of God. Jesus tells us in Matthew 25 that He will judge us by our treatment of them, as He identifies with, “the least of these my brothers”.

As for the genetic basis of their argument: genetics or environment?, the safe answer is probably both. We can train a chimp to play golf and even fly a spacecraft, but that doesn’t make it human. Aping (pardon the pun) human behavior does not change genetic and simian reality for the chimp. For humans whose genetic defects render their function as less than optimal, sub-par performance does not make them less human, or less worthy of human dignity. An individual need not exhibit or realize all of their potential functions at all times in …

Dominican Nuns Sledding 2010.wmv

New Author

Sending this "non-comment" this way because it is the only way to contact you and because I know it won't be published in the comments box given the need for approval. Here goes: (and if you could, please contact me if you decide to post, I would be most appreciative)
My name is Andrew McNabb. I am an American writer and the great grand nephew of the great Dominican priest, Fr. Vincent McNabb (d. 1942: prolific writer, lead speaker for the Catholic Evidence Guild at Hyde Park, Distributist and close friend of Chesterton and Belloc.)

Anyway, I have been researching Catholic UK bloggers to try and enlist some help in publicizing my recently released short story collection, The Body of This. The book, to many, falls under the classification, “Catholic fiction.” I embrace the classification. Joseph Pearce, in his cover blurb, describes the book as “as radically transforming as viniculture, transforming the water of everyday experience into the wine of life.” In Standpoint Mag…

Eric Clapton/Tears in heaven