Tag Archives: Catholicism

The Devil is Real

I’ve been meaning to put a few of my thoughts about Pope Francis together but lacked the impetus needed to force myself in front of the blank page. Not that I haven’t scribbled a bit about him before: Pope I Pope II I’ve been reading the media’s seeming adoration for this Pope with a sardonic […]

Christians and The Second Commandment

The Lord did speak unto Moses and provide him with the Commandments for the keeping; Ten in number, etched into twin stone tablets. The Second of these is as follows: “Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the […]

Dogs, the Rhythm Method and a Moon Base

The run-up to the nomination of the eventual GOP standard bearer has moved into decidedly hysterical territory. Apparently the thought of a Moon Base, which Mr. Gingrich emphasized would naturally be an American Moon Base, satisfied my neighbors in SC, and they decided that Newt Gingrich would make a fine President (further illustrating my need […]

Excommunication from the Catholic Church

I suppose one could say that this marks the end of a journey, or the completion of a circle. It’s not quite that dramatic actually, but it does feel as though I’ve accomplished a little something. After just over a month of corresponding with the Catholic Church, I received a response confirming that my excommunication […]