Miscellaneous

Bob Sungenis Hit Hard Again

September 28, 2006

Another lengthy critique of Bob Sungenis, especially regarding his character and his view on the Jews. Click here. Provided as a public service.  Four NEW reviews on Bob Sungenis and the original article Sungenis and the Jews. Here are all the four new comments by Dave Palm here, John Novotny here, Michael Lopez here, and [...]

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Catching up and Bob Sungenis

September 22, 2006

I apologize for a few days away from my blog. For those who know, or have heard of Bob Sungenis, you will be interested to read his supposed apology and apparent move to a more moderate position. I wonder it is genuine and lasting. I wrote him a short note of hope and encouragement. He is a [...]

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Website Translates for You!

September 6, 2006

I love this program and use it all the time. It is called BabelFish and it will translate back and forth between English and many other languages for you. Example: If you want to send an e-mail to a friend in Italy — like I just did– you simply type in "Hello Everyone: I miss [...]

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Research Fellow with Scott Hahn

July 27, 2006

  Steve has accepted the position of Research Fellow with Scott Hahn's St. Paul Center which promotes Catholic Scripture scholarship. I like what Scott and crew are doing and I'm proud to be associated with them. Click on the image to to right to see the whole webpage; click here to see St. Paul Center's [...]

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Starting a Seminary: A True Story

July 13, 2006

Read an inspiring true story written by my good friend Gail Buckley, founder and director of Catholic Scripture Study International. The story is entitled "God's Fingerprints: A True Story."

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The Lord’s Prayer in Our Lord’s OWN Words

July 6, 2006

This is the "Our Father" written in Aramaic — the language Jesus spoke in his every day life. We think we know him and how he lived, but take a look at this prayer and see if you can make any sense out of it. Surprise! He didn't speak English! And he was not called "Jesus" [...]

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Testing 1, 2, 3

June 11, 2006

Next Saturday we are leaving for Israel to prepare for our full bus of pilgrims arriving on June 23. I wanted to make sure this new blog software actually works. If so, I can keep my Blog updated on the fly while away. My new Blog will supposedly allow me to post an entry "on [...]

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Strange Alignment of Numbers

April 4, 2006

ANNOUNCEMENT On Wednesday of this week, at two minutes and three seconds after 1:00 in the morning, the time and date will be  01:02:03 04/05/06. That won't ever happen again. You may now return to whatever you were doing.

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Autism and the Eucharist

March 8, 2006

If you an autistic family member or know others who do, this may be an interesting article from them. It was written by my friend and canon lawyer Edward Peters. Autism and the Eucharist (The Phoenix case)http://www.canonlaw.info/blog.html

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Good News for Detroit – for the World!

February 8, 2006

The good news for Detroit was not the Super Bowl — the good news is the long overdue retirement of a rebellious, “progressive“ and very confused bishop — Bishop Thomas Gumbleton of Detroit. Why he was not censured or removed years ago is a mystery to me. As Deal Hudson says in his “The Window” [...]

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Soldiers in the Airport

December 28, 2005

You may have already seen this commercial, but even after seeing it several times myself, it still makes me stop and wish I was there so I could clap too. Click here for a short video.

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Religions in USA by County

November 3, 2005

Religions in the USA by County

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Good time to take God out?

October 22, 2005

PERILOUS TIMES With hurricanes, earthquakes, fires out of control, mud slides,tornadoes, flooding and severe thunderstorms tearing up the country fromone end to another, and with the threat of bird flu and terroristattacks, the quote of the month is by Jay Leno:."Are we sure this is a good time to take God out of the Pledge [...]

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Seminarian Killed, others in bad condition

September 16, 2005

News Flash from my Friend Tim Staples: “I just received tragic news from a good friend in Kansas City, Kansas where I just did a conference some weeks ago and met three wonderful seminarians who were and are on fire for the faith. Those three seminarians that I met, along with another seminarian, were in [...]

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Update on Woman Ordaining Themselves

July 7, 2005

From my friend Ed Peter's website: “While sacrilege is never funny, there is something comical about the recent spate of ladies climbing into river boats and play-acting as bishops and priests. Philippe Cardinal Barbarin however, second youngest elector in the College of Cardinals, was not amused when it occurred in the portion of the Lord’s [...]

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Is this A Joke or for Real? I’m not sure

June 27, 2005

The Society of St. Pius X considers Vatican II invalid and therefore everything flowing from it and all pope's following it are also invalid. They are referred to as SSPXers. They consider the Novo Ordo Mass celebrated today as invalid. The last valid Mass was the Latin Mass promulgated at Trent in the 16th century. This [...]

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