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2 days ago
Is Christ Really Your King? A Homily for the Feast of Christ the King - Community in Mission : Community in Mission
On the feast of Christ the King, we are called to acknowledge that Jesus is in fact our King. It is one thing to say that He is our King because the song in Church says that, or the preacher says that, or the Bible says that (yes, faith does come by hearing). via Pocket
5 days ago
7 Things I Learned Reading Every Issue Of ISIS's Magazine | Cracked.com
Sun Tzu, generally considered a reliable source on Good War Ideas, said something along the lines of, "You've got to know your enemy in order to beat him, because some dudes hate being kicked in the junk and others seem to enjoy it. via Pocket
7 days ago
Why All Those Programs to Renew the Church Don’t Work | Aleteia.org
From the outside the church looked like an alien spaceship that had landed in the middle of a parking lot off the highway. Or like a white umbrella, the kind bars put in fruity drinks. via Pocket
7 days ago
Terrorism & This Religious Century | The American Conservative
Anthropologist Scott Atran, who studies terrorism, says we are woefully unprepared to meet the ISIS foe — and that there will be “more, much more, to come” from it. Excerpts: Simply treating Isis as a form of “terrorism” or “violent extremism” masks the menace. via Pocket
9 days ago
A Journey Home, from Addict to Friar | Aleteia.org
Daniel Maria Piras is a young Franciscan currently in formation the Province of Umbria. He is 32 years old and a native of Carbonia, Sardinia, home to his parents, Carlo and Graziella, and to his sister, Sr. Chiara Redeemed, who is a Poor Clare at the Monastery of Iglesias. via Pocket
13 days ago
What ISIS Really Wants - The Atlantic
What is the Islamic State? Where did it come from, and what are its intentions? The simplicity of these questions can be deceiving, and few Western leaders seem to know the answers. In December, The New York Times published confidential comments by Major General Michael K. via Pocket
13 days ago
iPad Pro Review: A New Canvas – MacStories
For the past two years, I've been reconsidering my preconceptions on large screens. Back in 2013, I thought the iPad mini would always be the perfect iPad for me. via Pocket
iOS  review 
16 days ago
René Girard, Church Father | Aleteia.org
René Girard, one of the most influential Catholic philosophers in the world, died last week at the age of 91. via Pocket
16 days ago
A Pius Geek
A blog about history, religion, and telling a darn good story
17 days ago
Fly Video Editor on the App Store
Read reviews, compare customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about Fly Video Editor. Download Fly Video Editor and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
ios  videoediting 
17 days ago
The Catholic Geek Podcast
Add .mp3 to episode url to huffduff it.
18 days ago
Corpus Christi and St. Thomas
St. Bonaventure burned up his submission
18 days ago
By Fr. George W. Rutler An astute professor once said that political wrangling in universities is so vicious because the stakes are so small. via Pocket
19 days ago
The Cheshire Cat - The Catholic Thing
The let’s-destroy-Christianity project has been underway for more than three centuries now, but it is only in the last half-century that the anti-Christians discovered their most effective weapon. The project began around 1700 with the emergence of Deism as an alternative to Christianity. via Pocket
21 days ago
A glance back at a forgotten canonical category | In the Light of the Law
“Suspicion of heresy” was an odd institute of penal canon law under the Pio-Benedictine Code of Canon Law. via Pocket
25 days ago
Unmanly Men in Flannery O’Connor’s Short Stories - Crisis Magazine
Many of O’Connor’s stories portray the ineptness of men to uphold traditional ideals of manhood. via Pocket
Books  commentary 
25 days ago
Two Years Among the Liberal Theologians | Catholic World Report - Global Church news and views
Once, I was a theologian. But, to tell you the truth, as a believing Catholic who seeks to understand what it is she believes, I am still a theologian. I was taught this on the first day of my "Method in Theology" class in Toronto, and it wrote itself permanently on my heart. via Pocket
dissent  theology 
26 days ago
John Ringo, Military Science Fiction Author Interview
John Ringo is an American science fiction and military fiction author. He has had several New York Times best sellers. His books range from straightforward science fiction to a mix of military and political thrillers. via Pocket
Books  interview 
28 days ago
Vampires, demons and the cross: Catholicism and horror - Decent Films
Decent Films Now Playing Home Video Reviews Articles Blog Mail About Search Page Vampires, demons and the cross: Catholicism and horror SDG Original source: Crux“When it comes to fighting vampires and performing exorcisms, the Roman Catholic Church has the heavy artillery” is how Roger Ebe via Pocket
28 days ago
The BBC: Writing Christianity Out of History - The Imaginative Conservative
A few days ago I had the slimy experience of listening to a forty-minute discussion on BBC radio purporting to show the history of Britain through the medium of poetry. via Pocket
Catholic  bias 
4 weeks ago
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No searching. Turn on, lean back and flip through the familiar guide to enjoy late night, news, sports, classic toons, music videos and even cats. There’s definitely a channel for everyone on Pluto TV.
video  cablecutting 
4 weeks ago
Internet Feature Controls (B..C) (Internet Explorer)
Internet Feature Controls, registry entries concerning hosted WebBrowser Control. Set compatibility mode
4 weeks ago
The Most Powerful Pro-Life Speech Ever Heard at the United Nations | LifeNews.com
A leading pro-life advocate who lobbies at the United Nations says the Holy See has given what he considered to be the most powerful pro-life speech ever presented to the UN. via Pocket
4 weeks ago
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