All Hands on Deck: Of Kids, Confirmation, and Confronting Calamity

Many children, through the strength of the Holy Spirit they have received, have bravely fought for Christ even to the shedding of their blood.
~ St. Thomas Aquinas

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A Thousand Miles for Love

I only wrote for money. The Path to Rome is the only book I ever wrote for love.
~ Hilaire Belloc

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All Things Considered (x3)

The real objection to modernism is simply that it is a form of snobbishness. It is an attempt to crush a rational opponent not by reason, but by some mystery of superiority, by hinting that one is specially up to date or particularly ‘in the know’.
 ~ G.K. Chesterton

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Fathers Stay Put: Of Paternity, Stability, and Canon 522

Efforts must be made to restore socially the conviction that the place and task of the father in and for the family is of unique and irreplaceable importance.
 ~ Pope St. John Paul II

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Taking a Cue from Big Tobacco: Big Tech Introduces the iFilter!

I’m addicted to the Internet because it’s more interesting than people.
~ Dilbert

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Of Gerrymanders, Brain Death, and Birth Control

Jahi has forced the world to rethink the issue of brain death.
~ Nailah Winkfield

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Of Facebook, Transparency, and Pentecost

I see where they’re going with this.
~ Brian Regan

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VSED: A New Form of Assisted Suicide

You don’t grasp the beauty of the destruction of words.
~ George Orwell

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A Ditch to Die In: Of Boniface, Battles, and Being Dad

An ‘adult’ faith is not a faith that
follows the trends of fashion and the latest novelty….
~ Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger

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What Was Mr. Bennet Reading?

A physical book, like an open newspaper, declares itself to both the owner and the stranger. Its words face the reader, but its title is exposed to the world.
~ Boris Kachka

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