The MAGA Cult loves eisigesis, the hell bent of leather habit of taking a single text and torturing it till it says what they want to hear. Take this conversation, for instance … And he said to them, “When I sent you out with no purse or bag or sandals, did you lack anything?” They
Archbishop Paul Etienne (pronounced “HN”) writes about Pope Francis’ recent remarks on civil unions: Due to an unprecedented amount of press coverage of comments attributed to Pope Francis in a recently released documentary entitled Francesco, I have been encouraged by both the priests and our Archdiocesan Pastoral Council to provide some context. Their request was further
Part 1 of this five part podcast can be found here. We had an uproarious time that I thoroughly enjoyed from beginning to end. The interview below starts around the 6:10 mark: I’m starting to think about doing a podcast again. Hmmmm….
Abby Johnson writes on Facebook: Why is the prolife movement expected to pick up and take on every single societal ill that plagues us?? Homelessness, immigration issues, poverty, healthcare, war, death penalty…the list is endless. Why is no other group or movement expected to do this? Why is no one upset at the American Cancer
Drs. Sam Rocha and Carson Holloway debate the merits of having a decent, competent human being or a traitorous sociopathic criminal moron as President: I would tell you how I am voting, but it’s a secret ballot, so I cannot reveal which of the straight ticket of Democrats from President to Water Commissioner I will
Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you the “Rutabaga Boogie”! I would have given you something else, but… you know… rutabagas can’t be rutachoosas: You’re welcome!
He is making these for his fellow Evangelicals, but much of what he has to say is perfectly applicable to conservative Catholics as well: The biggest difference I have with them is that, after four years of MAGA “prolife” Trump boosterism, I can no longer buy the argument that that Cult “overlooks” the “flaws” of
Well. This pope continues to amaze! Yesterday, in a really startling development of prudential judgment (not doctrine) for the Church, the Holy Father made a call for civil unions for gay folk: In a documentary that premiered Wednesday in Rome, Pope Francis called for the passage of civil union laws for same-sex couples, departing from