The controversy over the upcoming Tim Tebow Super Bowl ad has been incredible. I. The AdThe exact content of the ad is still secret, but pretty widely understood to be the story of Tim Tebow’s own birth in 1987, probably told by his mother, Pam. Fox explains: When [Pam] Tebow suffered from a dangerous infection […]
If you think US culture can’t get any worse, it might be instructive to take a look at our Australian counterparts. Here’s all the facts which you need to know: Tony Abbott is the center-right Liberal Leader of the Opposition for the Australian House of Representatives. I know, the fact that Australian Liberals are conservative […]
This is more than mildly offensive, which fortunately, even some indie rock voices seem to (sort of) get. A band played in the beautiful St. James Church in NYC, playing in the sanctuary, crowd-surfing down the aisles, with an open bar and lots of photo evidence. Let’s hope Abp. Dolan steps up to bat and […]
As I’m sure everyone (at least in the US) is well aware, Scott Brown just became the newest Senator from Massachusetts. His seat was opened when Sen. Ted Kennedy (who lead much of the push for the healthcare bill, and was a political mentor to Obama) died. His death increased the demand for a comprehensive […]
The catastrophe in Haiti was so shocking that I wasn’t really sure how to react here: what I could possibly provide to the dialogue. Fortunately, Matt from my Men’s Prayer Group sent me this e-mail, which sounds the perfect note: The Carthusian order of monks have a motto: Stat crux dum volvitur orbis, which in […]
Apparently, you can promote Islam, but not mention Catholicism (or Christianity broadly) in the UK. The self-hating West is tearing its own culture down at a startling rate.
In other news, my niece, Amara, was born last night! She’s 8 lbs, 8 ounces, and was a whopping 21 and 3/4th inches long. My nephew, Jude, was born last year, and set the weight record for the month at the hospital. Amara, on the other hand, is really tall (long? I’m not sure how […]
If anyone reading this lives in the D.C. area, Serrin Foster, the head of Feminists for Life, is going to be speaking on the Georgetown Law campus (we’re located between the Union Station and Judiciary Square metro stops on the Red line — not in the Georgetown area of D.C., which is confusing). The lecture […]