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7 days ago
Good news from the Synod of Bishops! 12 things to know and share
The last couple of days have brought some good news from the current synod of bishops on the family. Where things are going is still far from certain and there is still reason for concern, but there have been a […]
save  Catholic 
11 days ago
Cardinal Kasper apologizes for remarks about Africans; says he is victim of "shameful" attacks | Catholic World Report - Global Church news and views
Cardinal Kasper apologizes for remarks about Africans; says he is victim of "shameful" attacks German prelate to Kath.net: “If one of my remarks about Africans was perceived as demeaning or insulting, then I am honestly sorry.” Catherine Harmon
save  Catholic 
11 days ago
St. John Paul II on Gradualism
The current fuss about readmitting people in this state to communion has seemed peculiar to me all along. If people think enough of the Eucharist to refrain from presenting themselves due to an irregular marital state, then that person is a well-formed Catholic who is doing the right thing.

The question is: how do we best help them achieve a more perfect moral state so they will be worthy to join us at the table?
theology 
19 days ago
The Town That Dreaded Sundown (1976) - IMDb
Suggested by orthometer, movie that lead to slasher films.
video 
20 days ago
Best iPad action games without in-app purchases | iMore
Skip the IAPs with these outstanding iPad action games Freemium iPad games aren't for everybody. Gems, timers, performance boosters and all sorts of other in-app purchases can dampen the fun. That's certainly the popular opinion we get when we talk about freemium, so we've rounded up our favorite action games in the App Store that do away with all of that. These provide full, fast, white-knuckled experiences up-front without nickel-and-diming you later. We're focusing on reflex-driven games, which includes a few shooters, but you'll find a great mix here. Be sure to let us know in the comments what you think of our top ten iPad action games without IAPs, and leave a few of your own suggestions.
ios  gaming 
22 days ago
What's missing from the book of Acts? More than you might think! |Blogs | NCRegister.com
The book of Acts does not tell us the full story of early Church history. It provides only partial…  
history  Bible  Catholic 
24 days ago
Acompli
Mobile Email Just Got a Promotion. Acompli empowers professionals to do more and defer less from mobile email. Available on the App Store.
ios 
25 days ago
HOLY HORRORS FOR HALLOWEEN FILM FESTIVAL II: BRIMSTONE & TREACLE
“This week over at Aleteia, I reviewed “Annabelle,” a surprisingly Catholic friendly horror movie.” From “HOLY HORRORS FOR HALLOWEEN FILM FESTIVAL II: BRIMSTONE & TREACLE” The B-Movie Catechism http://b-moviecat.blogspot.com/2014/10/holy-horrors-for-halloween-film.html
video 
26 days ago
Mac Setup Automation
Lapwing Labs – Dream, Build, Repeat. Founded by Andy Pai, Brian Dentino and Matthew Mueller.
osx 
27 days ago
Meta-comedy
“While we’re on the subject of Steve Martin, consider the following passage from his memoir Born Standing Up.” From “Meta-comedy” Edward Feser http://edwardfeser.blogspot.com/2014/10/meta-comedy.html
philosophy  Humor 
28 days ago
Bashful
“bashful: A collection of libraries to simplify writing bash scripts.” From “bashful” One Thing Well http://onethingwell.org/post/98978077002
osx  shell 
29 days ago
SourceTree 2.0.1 - Easy way to work with Git and Mercurial. (Free)
“SourceTree is the fast and easy way to work with Git and Mercurial. Easily utilise both distributed version control systems from one application.” From “SourceTree 2.0.1 - Easy way to work with Git and Mercurial. (Free)” MacUpdate - Mac OS X https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/35643/sourcetree/2.0.1/1412117614
git 
4 weeks ago
GitList
“GitList: GitList allows you to browse repositories using your favorite browser, viewing files under different revisions, commit history and diffs.” From “GitList” One Thing Well http://onethingwell.org/post/98723857722
git  browser 
4 weeks ago
More confusion about sacramentality, and then some
“The redoubtable Sr. Mary Ann Walsh, rsm, late of the USCCB, has, I am sorry to say, published in America a muddled overview of options for divorced-and-remarried Catholics.” From “More confusion about sacramentality, and then some” In the Light of the Law http://canonlawblog.wordpress.com/2014/09/29/more-confusion-about-sacramentality-and-then-some
CanonLaw 
4 weeks ago
The Great Lightbulb Conspiracy
“HughPickens.com writes: Markus Krajewski reports that today, with many countries phasing out incandescent lighting in favor of more-efficient and pricier LEDs, it's worth revisiting the history of the Phoebus cartel — not simply as a quirky anecdote from the annals of technology, but as a cautionary tale about the strange and unexpected pitfalls that can arise when a new technology vanquishes an old one.” From “The Great Lightbulb Conspiracy” Slashdot http://slashdot.feedsportal.com/c/35028/f/647410/s/3edc0fba/sc/36/l/0Ltech0Bslashdot0Borg0Cstory0C140C0A90C260C12312570Cthe0Egreat0Elightbulb0Econspiracy0Dutm0Isource0Frss10B0Amainlinkanon0Gutm0Imedium0Ffeed/story01.htm
history 
4 weeks ago
Lockdown makes two-factor security less painful on iPhone
“Launched in time for the release of the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, Lockdown is a new iOS app that allows you to easily manage your two-factor authentication keys across devices.” From “Lockdown makes two-factor security less painful on iPhone” TiPb - The #1 iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch blog http://tipb.com.feedsportal.com/c/33998/f/616881/s/3ebf0065/sc/4/l/0L0Simore0N0Clockdown0Emakes0Etwo0Efactor0Esecurity0Eless0Epainful0Eiphone/story01.htm
ios  security 
5 weeks ago
Being Catholic Online
“Internet Catholicism has been a true boon for me. As someone who works at home, it plugs me into a network of people who share my faith and help me figure it out and build it up.” From “Being Catholic Online” God and the Machine http://www.patheos.com/blogs/godandthemachine/2014/09/being-catholic-online/
Catholic 
5 weeks ago
The annulment argument: a quick quide to the two sides
“There are basically two groups agitating for annulment reform, one saying that there are too many annulments, the other saying that there are too few.” From “The annulment argument: a quick quide to the two sides” In the Light of the Law http://canonlawblog.wordpress.com/2014/09/22/the-annulment-argument-a-quick-quide-to-the-two-sides
Catholic  CanonLaw 
5 weeks ago
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