Illegal immigrant yanked of church by an off duty immigrations officer, and arrested.
Antisemitism is alive and well, and filling my e-mail box. A fellow thinks I am “naive” in regard to the Jews, and links to “Sweet Liberty“, Jack Mohr, and Michael Hoffman.
Charles Osgood looks at Sunday, and some recent authors who think Sunday laws should be reinstated–and universal.
John Zmirak, Blood from a Stone. Via Rod Dreher, who quotes this passage: Since the market he served was orthodox Catholics, Father Maciel made sure he delivered them the goods that they were seeking. He didn’t transform the Legion into a network of pedophiles but kept his vices secret. He plundered the heritage of orthodox…
Jean Cauvin was born July 10, 1509, in Noyon, France. Known to history as Jean or John Calvin, he was one of the founding fathers of the Reformed movement within Protestantism. I’m re-reading T. H. L. Parker’s biography, which I’d recommend. Here are some links: GetReligion on the Dutch celebration Calvin500.org Calvin500 blog
Pastor Zip awaits the release today (to pastors) of the latest draft of an ELCA sexuality study. The rest of the world will get it tomorrow. … the question remains, “Will we be presented with anything worth 7 years of work?” I’m not holding my breath. Which is really quite sad.
Paul McCain on Martin Luther, on the anniversary of his death.
Pope Benedict didn’t excommunicate Nancy Pelosi (contrary to the hopes and dreams of Fr. Thomas Euteneuer)–but he did give her a lecture (she was not even standing barefoot in the snow). “Following the General Audience the Holy Father briefly greeted Mrs Nancy Pelosi, speaker of the United States House of Representatives, together with her entourage.…