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An Extraordinary Synod, Indeed | George Weigel | First Things div> ... discuss

Clash of Straw Men | George Weigel | First Things div> ... discuss

The Great Catholic Cave-In that Wasn’t | National Review Online div> ... discuss

La confusión marca el sínodo sobre la familia. Es parte del diagnóstico -lamentablemente cierto- de Javier Lozano en Libertad Digital. El veredicto viene a raíz de lo suscitado tras el resumen le ... discuss

Brethren, Peace be with you in Jesus Christ our Lord.Inaugural Mass of the Synod of Bishops in RomeThere's been a lot of misunderstanding regarding the interim report issued by the Synod of Bishops th ... discuss

Wanted: A Synod of Affirmation | George Weigel | First Things div> ... discuss

Here’s Hoping Bezos Applies Amazon Reality to the Washington Postby Seton Motley, Contributing Author: Jeff Bezos is a transcendent Internet entrepreneur. He understands the way the Web ... discuss

From the Ethics & Public Policy CenterBy George WeigelOn the evening of Sept. 12, 2006, my wife and I were dining in Cracow with Polish friends when an agitated Italian Vaticanista (pardon the redund ... discuss

Explosive Business in North Dakota | George Weigel | First Things div> ... discuss

George Weigel on Pope Benedict XVI, Regensburg, and the Future of Islam - Ethics & Public Policy Center div> ... discuss

The first ever CPAC competition edition of Games & Guns is up! Watch as host Stephen Gutowski competes against the National Review’s Jim Geraghty, Breitbart’s John Sexton, The Shark Tank& ... discuss

Doug Kmiec has, apparently, gone off the deep end. Seriously, I got nothing. In fact, this latest cry for attention is ... well ... just sad:... Since he has returned, I’ve followed his curious post ... discuss

George Weigel, National Review Online: The religious dimension of the EuroMaidan protests in Ukraine these past two months has gone largely unremarked. Yet in Kiev and elsewhere, the day’s activitie ... discuss

This is an excerpt from my book on how I came to become a priest.  St. John of the Cross is a saint who I tell people "saved my life", not because I was going to kill myself or anything like that ... discuss

Thanks to Matthew J. Franck for his comments on my blog post about George Weigel and Catholic traditionalists. I respond to both authors back at the venue where I originally posted, NRO. Original Post ... discuss

foundationlife.netBy George Weigel | The humanitarian and strategic disaster of Syria should focus Catholic minds on the hard fact that there is no easy or quick path to peace in the Middle East, ... discuss

By George Weigel | The humanitarian and strategic disaster of Syria should focus Catholic minds on the hard fact that there is no easy or quick path to peace in the Middle East, a very dangerou ... discuss

foundationlife.netMen in the furnace (Dn 3), in the Catacomb of Priscilla, Rome In a new Americanist manifesto, George Weigel forges ahead against his favorite scapegoat: "For the challenge now is to ... discuss

‘It’s Fun to Be Catholic Again’ | National Review Online div> ... discuss

Vatican City, Sep 21, 2013 / 02:10 am (CNA/EWTN News).- A lengthy interview with Pope Francis published yesterday by a Jesuit publication has sparked a flood of news reports, as well as in-depth comme ... discuss

By JOAN FRAWLEY DESMOND | WASHINGTON — When President Obama addressed the nation on Sept. 10 to explain his response to a reported chemical weapons attack in Syria, he vowed not to repea ... discuss

Today in Washington, D.C. - Sept. 12, 2013: Senate reconvened at 9:30 AM today. Following an hour of morning business, the Senate resumed consideration of S. 1392, an energy efficiency bill. Yester ... discuss

Politics and Faith often are not far from one another in American culture and society. Many Catholics shy away from injecting their faith too far into religion, but a proper understanding, I believe, ... discuss

There is a good deal of soul searching going on over at First Things. In the August/September issue, editor R. R. Reno explores “The Challenges We Face” and three other contributors respond& ... discuss

from Jill Stanek.comby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and KelliWe welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.c ... discuss

Dave Weigel writing for Slate says: No, President Obama Didn’t Support a “Stand Your Ground” Law in Illinois. He says this comparing what he says is the Illinois law that was amended ... discuss

In between school books I read Andrea Tornielli's Francis: Pope of a New World.The book is one of those typical quickie biographies they produce when someone suddenly rises to fame. In addition, it wa ... discuss

Catholic professor / writer audited after connecting the dots on Soros-funded fake Catholic groups, Catholics United and Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good:... And the plot thickens. Among the ... discuss

Politics and Faith often are not far from one another in American culture and society. Many Catholics shy away from injecting their faith too far into religion, but a proper understanding, I believe, ... discuss

Dave Weigel at Slate, Connor Friedersdorf at the Atlantic, and Jeffrey Goldberg all have pieces on Gosnell and the media blackout.Interestingly, both Friedersdorf and Golbderg hadn't really heard that ... discuss

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What are Ukrainian feminists doing in Paris, anyway? As is to be expected when the Chair of Peter is vacated, encomiums for the departed pope are quickly replaced by speculation about the next.&n ... discuss

George Weigel on Evangelical Catholicism in Boston « Boston Catholic Insider div> ... discuss

By GEORGE WEIGEL | American political campaigns have never been for the squeamish. With the sole exceptions of George Washington’s two uncontested elections, every presidential campaign ... discuss

Brethren: Peace and Good to all of you. George Weigel My favorite Catholic non-fiction writer does it again! I want to share this extract from his latest piece published in National Review: The S ... discuss

Philosophy?  I’m a Christian and a Democrat, that’s all! —Franklin D. Roosevelt I’m pretty sure most of you have caught the news that John Carr, Executive Director of the Departm ... discuss

If there ever was any doubt whatsoever that the American mainstream media was completely in the tank for Democrats, and lately, especially FOR Barack Obama and AGAINST Mitt Romney, all such doubt was ... discuss

September 12, 2012 - “It’s the economy, stupid!”—James Carville’s memorable note-to-self during the 1992 presidential race—will be the determining factor in the 2012 campaign, ... discuss

The Daily Beast is running a story about some of the prominent "conservatives" who crossed over to support Obama in 2008 (i.e. the "Obamacons"), noting that many of them are remaining steadfast in the ... discuss

The brilliant commentator, George Weigel, has written a probing, almost wistful column on the difficulty of putting together a broad coalition on religious liberty.   Using as context the 1993 Relig ... discuss

Political conventions in this day and must be hell on reporters looking for actual news to write about instead of being on a week-long junket. But a enterprising political reporter (the exception bein ... discuss

The air is full of that aroma today.Our 1st stop is here in Dubuque. President Obama made a campaign stop in DBQ today. To get in, besides the ticket you had to get in advance, you needed to show a ph ... discuss

August 1 -- The Health and Human Services mandate requiring "health care" plans to provide contraceptives, abortifacient drugs, and sterilization procedures is now in effect.  In other words, tha ... discuss

After the amazing Ted Cruz triumph over Texas Lt. Governor David Dewhurst for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate, a couple political Twitterati including Rick Wilson and David Weigel mused tha ... discuss

George Weigel sums up my thoughts spot on. I felt like I needed to take a shower after the adulation of the National Health Service (NHS), etc. I particularly like the final salvo: As the Games of the ... discuss

Grab a chair and a cold glass of lemonade... George Weigel talks about the secular liturgy of the Olympics in The Liturgy of the World State. Meanwhile, Fr. George Rutler reminds us that "Stupid ... discuss

"A new generation of bishops is not quite as sure as its predecessors that 'social justice' always equals 'government program.'" From First Things By George Weigel Throughout the post-Vat ... discuss

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ViaHow overly-enthralled we are becoming to our ideological tribes? Enough, perhaps, to wonder if our too-passionate engagement with ideas is poisoning our communal well, and robbing us of our humani ... discuss

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Author: George Weigel | Source: Denver Catholic Register July 4, 2012 - Independence Day concludes the Fortnight for Freedom mandated by the U.S. bishops, a two-week period of reflection and pray ... discuss

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Having reserved the right to revise and extend my remarks once I'd had more time to read and ponder National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius, I do somewhat revise my opinion expressed b ... discuss

Fr. Jay Scott Newman, who is quoted in this article, is a man I was honored to meet at Fr. RJN's funeral in New York through the agency of a mutual friend, George Weigel. This article does an excellen ... discuss

Author: George Weigel | Source: Denver Catholic Register June 27, 2012 - At this critical moment in history, there are two social justice priorities for the Catholic Church in the United States: the ... discuss

The Vatican Secret Archives Unveiled - George Weigel - National Review Online mg width='1' height='1' src='https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/1926891106758008587-1093710026125238704?l=frti ... discuss

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Click here to subscribe to The Social Conservative Review. Dear Friends: Good things are happening in government – state government, that is. In Louisiana, Gov. Bobby Jindal signed legislati ... discuss

The sisters are all Joan of Arc and the Bishops are all Don Giovanni!Allow me to clear my tabbar of these numerous links touching on the Sr. Margaret Farley story, the LCWR leadership meeting with Rom ... discuss

Allow me to clear my tabbar of these numerous links touching on the Sr. Margaret Farley story, the LCWR leadership meeting with Rome story and the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad menfolk — ... discuss

Author: George Weigel | Source: The Boston Pilot Most Americans haven't the foggiest idea that a quasi-Stalinist, violently anti-Catholic regime once existed on our southern borders. Those who don't ... discuss

Click here to subscribe to the Social Conservative Review. Dear Friends, Rapid change has become the norm in everything from technology to culture. A New York court has issued a ruling that once wo ... discuss

1992 was a year of disappointing setbacks for pro-life Americans. When most observers thought the Supreme Court was on the verge of overruling its 1973 decisions in Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, a ... discuss

It's madness time at Catholic colleges and universities around the country and many institutions have filled the graduation cup of celebration with hemlock served from their poisonous podiums. Let's t ... discuss

The Religious Liberty and Social Justice Reader Ryan vs Georgetown by George Weigel. Here's a snippet: What Ryan has in fact done is to follow Benedict XVI and push the subsidiarity-solidarity ... discuss

PhotosourceRecently, while watching some Catholic sniping and squabbling amid these internet comboxes wherein I dwell and make my living, I noted a particularly dramatic note of victimhood being voic ... discuss

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This article from Dave Weigel in Slate shows a perfect example of how Conservative INC. grows and multiples like buckthorn to crowd out the native plants. Here is Herman Cain unveiling his new role as ... discuss

This web video launched five weeks ago by Catholics Called to Witness, an organization of lay Catholics, underscore a message that while policies on jobs and the economy are negotiable, religious free ... discuss

Click here to subscribe to The Social Conservative Review. Dear Friends, South Dakota is big. A vast expanse of prairies and farmland, it is known for the Black Hills, the Badlands, and the Corn Pala ... discuss

Via Joel Gehrke: Cardinal Timothy Dolan faulted President Obama for making "a radical intrusion" into church life with "strangling HHS regulations" such as the contraception mandate. ld me ... his ... discuss

On This Week yesterday, Jake Tapper interviewed Saddleback Church pastor Rick Warren. Tapper played an economic gospel according to President Obama in which POTUS said (hat tip - Kathryn Jean Lopez): ... discuss

 I was just mentally planning the Christmas edition of Potpourri, including the Pope's closing of the year greeting to the curia, address to the Roman Rota when it turned out to be Holy Thursda ... discuss

Click here to subscribe to The Social Conservative Review. Dear Friends, This week the Supreme Court spent three days hearing arguments in a legal case. That case, of course, is President Obama’ ... discuss

March 14, 2012 9:00 P.M.No Compromise The U.S. Catholic Bishops, united in defense of religious freedom. By George Weigel ... discuss

The other day, George Weigel wrote a piece at National Review criticizing a recent Washington Post column by E.J. Dionne in which Dionne, according to Weigel, "attempts some fraternal intimidation of ... discuss

I don't often find cause to applaud the American Catholic bishops, but I'm delighted to take this opportunity:The March 14 statement of the Administrative Committee of the United States Conference of ... discuss

From Tom Peters (aka AmericanPapist) at CatholicVote:Cardinal Timothy Dolan sent a letter to his brother bishops earlier this week where he revealed a shocking conversation that recently took place at ... discuss

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43 is too young to die, isn’t it? It’s always sad to read about the sudden passing of a young parent. Andrew Breitbart leaves behind four small children and his wife. He may have died rath ... discuss

From National Review Online Thus “liberal Catholics” who refuse to grasp the threats to religious freedom posed by the Obama administration on so many fronts — the HHS mandate, the EEOC’s rec ... discuss

... just a reminder:"As a debate involving the Catholic Church (either a discussion about the Church specifically, or a discussion in which the Church is taking a position) grows longer, the probabili ... discuss

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"The Passion of the Kmiec" continues, as erstwhile Obamaphile, Doug Kmiec, resurrects his love affair with The One following the so-called "accomodation" on the HHS mandate.I mean, we all KNEW this wa ... discuss

Poll: Santorum Ahead Of Romney In Buckeye StateGeorge Weigel on Obama's "Divide and Conquer" Strategy: Obama, Not Bishops, Now Calling Shots for Catholic Church in U.S.(Digest of Yesterday's Posts (14 ... discuss

Yesterday, I blogged about Ross Douthat's "Divide and Conquer" piece at The New York Times, which pointed out that Obama's so-called "accomodation" on the HHS mandate was merely a means to sow dissens ... discuss

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Sure and it begins to feel like Grandad’s auld sod, what with the elites getting comfortable with the notion of telling us what we can and cannot do, what business we may or may not conduct, wha ... discuss

Catholic Bishops: Don’t Revise, Rescind - By George Weigel - The Corner - National Review Online mg width='1' height='1' src='https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/1926891106758008587-67657 ... discuss

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Daydreams About Night Thingsin the Middle of the AfternoonCan it be? Can we finally say of the sorry saga that I've dubbed The Passion of the Kmiec: "It is finished." ?Doug Kmiec, the President's chie ... discuss

Brethren, Peace and Good to all of you in the Name of Jesus and through the intercession of St. Francis de Sales whose feast day we celebrate today. He was the Apostle of “Ordinary Holiness”, of ... discuss

Just ... wow.LOL! Seriously? Yes, conservatives, if only you could be as open minded as Meghan McCain ... so open-minded that your brain actually falls out.The response to yet another of Ms. McCain's ... discuss

After posting the Weigel article the other day, I stumbled upon this link, posted by one of the folks commenting on his article. This is from a 1997 Vatican document with commentary by Fr. Zuhlsdorf ... discuss

This is a good one. One of my great pet peeves is the extraordinary ministers who will practically knock me over after giving me holy communion to "bless" my sweet daughters. Weigel's article: Break ... discuss

David Weigel must be enjoying his moment back from JournoList exile. No doubt he was excited to tell his family and friends he was on the Rachel Maddow show the other night and tell them the New York ... discuss

What is semantics? The best way I can put it is: Semantics is calling a spade a spade because it’s not a shovel. Let me unpack it for you: Semantics is the art and study of words in their variation ... discuss

Click here to subscribe to The Social Conservative Review. Dear Friends, We at the Family Research Council hope you and yours have a Christmas season that is rewarding, memorable, and Christ-focused. ... discuss

Vince Cable: Malthus was wrongTop stories:Sing for the unborn this DecemberThe Good Counsel Network, a pro-life organisation which assists women in crisis pregnancies, are carol singing at London tub ... discuss

Last week when I ranted about Black Friday and the absurd over-commercialization of Christmas, I wrote:“The littlest kids are getting gifts (small ones; hello chess sets!) — and everyone e ... discuss

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Author: George Weigel | Source: Crisis Magazine The long-awaited introduction of the new translation of the Roman Missal on November 27, the First Sunday of Advent, offers the Church in the Anglopher ... discuss

Dave Weigel addresses the Ralph Nader effort here. Six weeks ago, word got out about a progressive project that could have Ralph Nader playing a familiar role: Electoral scold. He was the best-known ... discuss

Conservative bloggers outside of the Beltway have been hopping mad at Jennifer Rubin, ostensible conservative journalist (née blogger), for what they perceive as shameless bias against conservatives ... discuss

In yesterday’s post on the silence of Jesus, I neglected to bring up an important concern: In Matthew 16:19 and 18:18, Jesus told the apostles in general, and St. Peter in particular, “Whatever yo ... discuss

By George Weigel George Weigel Almost 40 years ago, an aging Anglican clergyman told me a story about his first trip to Paris as a boy—perhaps in the 1920s. His grandfather had called him in, to ... discuss

Ed Morrissey says he did not see this one coming. But, I did. I mean, why not? One moderate squishy Republican endorses another. Here’s the official news via The Politico: Former Minnesota Gov. ... discuss

Ed Morrissey says he did not see this one coming. But, I did. I mean, why not? One moderate squishy Republican endorses another. Here’s the official news via The Politico: Former Minnesota Gov. ... discuss

Click here to subscribe to The Social Conservative Review Dear Friends, The central irony of Christian citizenship is that no country will find better citizens than those willing to defy its laws if ... discuss

Author: George Weigel | Source: Catholic ExchangeThe Washington Post‘s culture critic, Philip Kennicott, recently took to the pages of his paper to note the “cognitive dissonance” between ingrai ... discuss

I thought Jonah Goldberg’s “go to hell” was the perfect response to the left’s terrorism mantra, but actually Palin’s response may be better: Click here to view the embed ... discuss

Regarding Ireland, Weigel joins the ranks of those calling for “a wholesale replacement of the Irish hierarchy.” The idea has merit. But wouldn’t the same logic apply to the American ... discuss

Flash: new RCAB hiree Chris Kickham is actually Father Bob Kickham's brother, not cousin. [yawn]Father Z wants to scare the hell out of usJeff Miller discovers blogger Father Thomas Dowd is actually a ... discuss

Freedom Through Truth: Rise of the Evangelical Catholic Bishops - George Weigel - National Review Online mg width='1' height='1' src='https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/19268911067580085 ... discuss

Click here to subscribe to The Social Conservative Review. Dear Friends, Our country is grounded on the proposition that God has made each of us and given every person the “right to life,” ... discuss

I have concluded that Max Lindenman’s job in life is to be faithfully irreverent. He does it brilliantly, and hilariously in this response to a review in the NY Times: Keller must be paying too ... discuss

So yesterday, I suggested that Think Progress had read the Family Leader pledge wrong and then last night I proved they had read it wrong. Today, the hacks at TP have retracted their splashy, but utte ... discuss

A great story from George Weigel. Kind of wish it was about SoHo, in New York!As my colleague Stephen White puts it, Soho today is a “world-class spiritual wasteland … a playground of the middle ... discuss

Click here to subscribe to The Social Conservative Review. Dear Friends, Welcome to a special Fourth of July edition of the Social Conservative Review. As our nation prepares to celebrate Independenc ... discuss

I am not sure she actually reads more than summary reports on anything, and even if that’s true, I’m not sure she is able to comprehend sentences that do not conform to her worldview, stil ... discuss

Michelle Malkin has a column today that dissects what she aptly calls "the media-manufactured candidacy" of Jon Huntsman: While liberal reporters swoon, New Hampshire voters gave him thumbs down as he ... discuss

Brethren: another outstanding piece by one of my favorite Catholic writers, over at National Review Online. Here’s an excerpt: Ecclesiastes notwithstanding, there is something new under the sun ... discuss

Over at First Things, I felt compelled to continue unpacking my thoughts from last week, about homosexuality, nature/nurture, “necessary otherness” and what it all might mean.Larry Kramer ... discuss

Here’s the Ad I am referring to: Predictably, there are people on the left and the right; who are wetting themselves over this Ad. Although there are some who have not lost their minds, or at l ... discuss

Here’s the Ad I am referring to: Predictably, there are people on the left and the right; who are wetting themselves over this Ad. Although there are some who have no lost their minds, or at le ... discuss

George Weigel has answered some very pointed questions regarding the beatification of John Paul II. He addresses, among other topics, the priest sex scandals, appointment of Cardinals and Bishops, and ... discuss

Reactionary Liberalism and Catholic Social Doctrine  From First ThingsBy George Weigel The debate over Catholic social doctrine and U.S. social welfare policy took an unhelpful turn in ... discuss

A Roman Catholic college in Wyoming where students are immersed in the study of the classics (in the original Latin), a love of horses deep, set in the wilds of rural Wyoming. Now that's a unique mi ... discuss

If I am made to walk the plank by a pirate, it is vain for me to offer, as a common-sense compromise, to walk along the plank for a reasonable distance. It is exactly about the reasonable distance th ... discuss

George Weigel: John Paul II was the pivotal figure in the collapse of European Communism, and he was the great Christian witness of the last half of the twentieth century. The latter explains the form ... discuss

It will take 100 years to recover from the 1960s and 70s: but John Paul set us back on course   From The Catholic Herald (UK)By William Oddie We have short memories; we take our recent history t ... discuss

In discussing the teaching authority — the magisterium — of the Church, most people put up resistance to the idea that any single man or collection of men can be held infallible. This even holds ... discuss

George Weigel has answered some very pointed questions regarding questions on the beatification of John Pual II. He addresses, among other topics, the priest sex scandals, appointment of Cardinals and ... discuss

Jebus, the screwballs are out in force! Texas state legislator Leo Berman, a Republican, has introduced a bill that would require proof of citizenship from presidential candidates. It’s one of m ... discuss

Oh Brother…: In a development that will surprise no one, it turns out that President Barack Obama’s decision to release his long-form birth certificate hasn’t quieted members of the ... discuss

Jebus, the screwballs are out in force! Texas state legislator Leo Berman, a Republican, has introduced a bill that would require proof of citizenship from presidential candidates. It’s one of m ... discuss

Oh Brother…: In a development that will surprise no one, it turns out that President Barack Obama’s decision to release his long-form birth certificate hasn’t quieted members of the ... discuss

Former Speaker Newt Gingrich who recently shared his faith journey with the National Catholic Register, today delivered the following address to the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D ... discuss

The Donald has done, what no other man was able to do. The Video: e.gov/the-press-office/2011/04/27/remarks-president">Transcript Here From the White House official Blog: In 2008, in response to media ... discuss

The Donald has done, what no other man was able to do. The Video: e.gov/the-press-office/2011/04/27/remarks-president">Transcript Here From the White House official Blog: In 2008, in response to media ... discuss

Happy 84th, Holy Father! The Pope spent the day working quietly according to the Vatican. Hopefully he also rested up, as tomorrow starts Holy Week. (Finally! Ready for this Lent to be over.) Popery ... discuss

Can’t say I didn’t see this coming: FOX NEWS AND MERCURY RADIO ARTS ANNOUNCE NEW AGREEMENT (New York, NY) Fox News and Mercury Radio Arts, Glenn Beck’s production company, are proud to ... discuss

Can’t say I didn’t see this coming: FOX NEWS AND MERCURY RADIO ARTS ANNOUNCE NEW AGREEMENT (New York, NY) Fox News and Mercury Radio Arts, Glenn Beck’s production company, are proud to ... discuss

Catholic observers are questioning the humanitarian impact and strategic aims of the U.S. intervention in Libya, as President Obama prepares to deliver a speech defending the military campaign.“It i ... discuss

We will have election coverage of the Canadian election throughout the campaign here at TheInterim.com when it comes to the life and family issues. And an American libertarian David Weigel has alread ... discuss

We will have election coverage of the Canadian election throughout the campaign here at TheInterim.com when it comes to the life and family issues. And an American libertarian David Weigel has alread ... discuss

Andrew Breitbart called Jones this in the Daily Caller this morning, and as result has apparently now been banned by the cowardly Huffington Post. His language was a bit harsh, I’ll grant, but ... discuss

Oh my, her? Dear God, please…. No. Washington (CNN) – CNN has exclusively learned that Rep. Michele Bachmann will form a presidential exploratory committee. The Minnesota Republican plans to f ... discuss

Oh my, her? Dear God, please…. No. Washington (CNN) – CNN has exclusively learned that Rep. Michele Bachmann will form a presidential exploratory committee. The Minnesota Republican plans to f ... discuss

The short answer is yes he did. Unfortunately, the picture is getting muddled. I’m fool enough to believe I can unmuddle it and, not only that, maybe even get a few people to agree with me on th ... discuss

From new contributor Harry Beadle:  “The Fallacy of Human Rights” From Robert Rohlfling: “Top-Down Lies”, and “The Fires of Unrest” and “Facing Harsh Reali ... discuss

Ron Schiller, NPR's Senior Vice President for Fundraising, wasn't ready for his close-up. Thanks to James O'Keefe's investigation, the ugly Leftist, bigoted underbelly of NPR was on display for all to ... discuss

p { margin-bottom: 0.21cm; } “The Catholic Church in the United States is the safest environment for children in the country. Period.” So says George Weigel, theologian, historian, biographer o ... discuss

Pennsylvania abortion faces eight counts of murder, state complicity alleged. Doubling down: President Obama to push for more spending as country hangs on brink of fiscal disaster. Republicans introdu ... discuss

The Pulpit. This is my newest creation and contribution to the Catholic blogosphere, a news aggregate site that combs the Internet for the best Catholic punditry around the world. I hope the faithfu ... discuss

Following the Restoring Honor gathering in Washington, Beau Friedlander published this at HuffPo. Note how he thinks the Mormons reverance for women is sickening but never mentions the treatment of Mu ... discuss

I never miss reading Robert Moynihan's Newsflash reports which I receive by email. This one came today. Unfortunately, it's not online yet at his website so I'm reposting here. This is an excellent su ... discuss

Haven't heard of the liberal JournoList scandal? Here's a little backdrop, from Hot Air: After someone torpedoed Dave Weigel's Washington Post gig by breaking the code of silence on the Journolist li ... discuss

Obama, Kmeic and Abortion, (continued).The smart side of the blogosphere continues to look at the evasions by the Obama camp on his extreme pro-abortion stance and his efforts to downplay that stance. ... discuss

Have you seen this man?Tyrone M. AdairMore images, from the Wisconsin State Journal.Tyrone Adair is wanted in the killings of four people near Madison, his two daughters and their mothers.Out of work ... discuss

During our years on Long Island, my oldest daughter Gabbi and I paid a memorable visit to the Little Sisters of the Poor in their nursing home in New York. and learned of Blessed Jeanne Jugan, th ... discuss

The controversy over Notre Dame awarding Barack Obama with an honorary degree and having him give an address during commencement exercises isn't cooling off. It's heating up.Obama Notre Dame invite st ... discuss

BREAKING NEWS: The Notre Dame student response: NDResponse.comPresident Barack Obama - Commencement Speaker at Notre DameHelp Stop the Scandal at Our Lady's UniversityTake Action NowJoin the pet ... discuss

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In my piece for Pajamas Media, I said that basically, the meeting between The Pope and The Pelosi would produce no fireworks, and that “…the impact of this meeting may not be felt until it ... discuss

Charmaine Yoest and Mike Huckabee, Dec 2007 Charmaine will be appearing with Mike Huckabee on Huckabee on FOX. She will be debating the issues spawned by the octo-birthing 33 year old Jolie-wan ... discuss

About a month ago, while in New York City, Charmaine had the opportunity to visit Father Richard John Neuhaus, who served on the Board of Advisers for Americans United for Life.  They talked abou ... discuss

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...But for Wales. I have been reading Douglas Kmiec's repeated endorsements and statements on this subject (including his self-professed martyrdom in being turned away from Holy Communion - see below ... discuss

Obama, Kmeic and Abortion, (continued).The smart side of the blogosphere continues to look at the evasions by the Obama camp on his extreme pro-abortion stance and his efforts to downplay that stance. ... discuss

I am especially glad to hear a Bishop speaking out on this issue, because there are two Catholic groups (dissenters) that are funded vy George Soros, that are trying to confuse Catholics that it is ok ... discuss

Pro-Life Catholics For ObamaShould abortion be the litmus test for political support?by George WeigelNEWSWEEK --In an election cycle filled with its share of quirks, oddities, and surprises, the emerg ... discuss

On Monday morning in Denver, where the Democratic National Convention is underway, Archbishop Charles Chaput told the Associated Press that because of support for abortion, Biden should refrain from ... discuss

By George WeigelFull disclosure, up front: Archbishop Charles Chaput of Denver is an old friend; the Archdiocese of Denver syndicates this column to Catholic papers throughout the country; I played a ... discuss

(Hat tip: Custos Fidei)Deal Hudson reports at InsideCatholic:The Convention for the Common Good was held in Philadelphia over the past weekend. When I wrote about the gathering in early April, Catholi ... discuss

Rich Leonardi posts on this weekend's so-called "Convention for the Common Good", and provides a very apt description of the convention's sponsor, Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good:... One of ... discuss

1) Look at the list and bold those you have read.2) Italicize those you would like to read. (If it were given to you as a gift or if you had the money to buy it.)3) Put the books you LOVE in red or un ... discuss

CVSTOS FIDEI EVENING EDITIONPope: Return to Communion in the Mouth - Tito, Custos FideiThe Darkened Intellect Serves the Fallen Will - Mark Shea, Inside CthA Return to an Older Style Papal Pallium! - ... discuss

From The Politico:Sen. Barack Obama on Thursday batted down rumors circulating on the Internet and mentioned on some cable news shows of the existence of a video of his wife using a derogatory term fo ... discuss

From the pulpit on Sunday morning Father Polito announced the death of Father John Doolan, a Jesuit priest who for many years was stationed at the Shrine of the North American Martyrs in Auriesville, ... discuss

CVSTOS FIDEI AFTERNOON EDITIONHoly, Holy, Holy - Curt Jester, Stuff Catholics LikeTruth of Humanae Vitae Doesn't Change - New Catholic, Rorate CæliAssyrians and Chaldeans Unite - Aboriente, The Black ... discuss

October 4, 1922 – April 28, 1962If you must choose between me and the baby, no hesitation; Choose—and I demand it—the baby, Save him!”Gianna Beretta Molla was an Italian doctor, wife, and moth ... discuss

CVSTOS FIDEI EVENING EDITIONWhat Is David Ortiz Wearing on His Arm? - Simple Sinner, Blck CrdlsBenedict, the Shepherd Who Is Led - The Anchoress, Pajamas MediaBenedict and the Scandal - Mark Shea, Ins ... discuss

National Review's Kathryn Jean Lopez questions whether Notre Dame President John Jenkins is twisting the Pope's words at Catholic University in order to justify such nonsense as The Vagina Monologues: ... discuss

(Hat tip: Christopher Blosser at Benedict in America)From Catholic News Service:WASHINGTON (CNS) -- For the U.S. ambassador to the Vatican, the meeting between Pope Benedict XVI and President George W ... discuss

From The New York Times:WASHINGTON — Pope Benedict XVI visited the White House on Wednesday, his 81st birthday, and praised America as a nation where strong religious belief can coexist with secular ... discuss

From Associated Press:WASHINGTON (AP) — All five Roman Catholic justices on the Supreme Court are on the guest list for Wednesday night's splashy White House dinner in honor of Pope Benedict XVI.Ben ... discuss

Hasn't been worth doing a Potpourri the past few weeks, given that the entire blogosphere is covering my beat these days. As you know, the President is greeting the Pope at the airport-- as eager as w ... discuss

My piece comparing and contrasting the press’ dire predictions about Pope Benedict XVI with the reality of the man is up at Pajamas Media today. As if making my point for me, Newsweek has two pi ... discuss

The first , "Why Benedict Doesn't Connect", says Benedict puts feelings before intellect in one part, and calls him a cold fish in another. This is what happens when you are moral relativist with no a ... discuss

For the first time in his papacy, Pope Benedict XVI will be visiting the United States. President Bush will be ready to greet him. WASHINGTON -- The leader of the world's Roman Catholics has been to t ... discuss

Curtsy to Insight Scoop for this: The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life invited John Allen & George Weigel to give religion reporters some background on Pope Benedict XVI, so they can well, you know ... discuss

Associated Press reports:NEW YORK (AP) — Organizers of Pope Benedict XVI's visit to the United States next week have taken great pains to keep him out of presidential politics. [ED.: The danger is n ... discuss

Paul Kengor writes at National Catholic Register:On April 16, 2008, Pope Benedict XVI will mark his 81st birthday with, among other things, a visit to the White House — only the second such visit by ... discuss

CVSTOS FIDEI AFTERNOON EDITION Thoughts on Making the Journey - David Bennett, Per ChristumThe World Over & Card. Ratzinger - Rich Leonardi, Ten ReasonsReflections on Marriage - Janice Shaw Crouse, Am ... discuss

Rich Leonardi has the details.Previous Pro Ecclesia posts on this subject:Bishop Blair: "Truly Grave Moral Reasons" and "Serious Moral Soul-Searching" Before "Could Be Morally Permissible" to Vote for ... discuss

The late great John Paul II passed away three years ago today. My family and I were very fortunate to have the chance to greet the late pontiff in Feb. of 2001. Once we found out that handicapped pe ... discuss

CVSTOS FIDEI MORNING EDITION California Homeschooling's Last Rites - Christopher Tyrrell, Insd CthThreat to Homeschooling - John Stossel, RealClearPoliticsThe Evolution of Religious Bigotry - Jonah Go ... discuss

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Weigel, drawing on the themes of his recent book “Faith, Reason, and the War against Jihadism,” said that Pope Benedict’s Regensburg Lecture “identified the linked problems at the center of a ... discuss




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