Monthly Archives: April 2009

May Pilgrimage Set for May 9

Once again, Ville Platte Catholic Youth Group will make a pilgrimage from the Ave Maria Shrine to the Benedictine Monastery. We made the 5.5 mile pilgrimage last year, and it was a blast.  Unfortunately, I scheduled it the same weekend … Continue reading

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The Truth About Birth Control – Part VI

For the other posts in this Birth Control Series, follow this link. Before you watch the following clip, here’s some background information: Dr. Janet Smith is a professor of moral theology and the Fr. Michael J. McGivney Chair of Life Ethics … Continue reading

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Karlo Broussard – Cajun Super Apologist

He did it again! Would somebody get Gov. Bobby Jindal to proclaim this guy a State Treasure? Cajun Super Apologist® Karlo Broussard just destroyed the Protestant tradition (lowercase “t”) of Sola Scriptura. Karlo appeared Monday (April 20) on Catholic Answers … Continue reading

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ESCR is dead – so says Dr. Oz

First, a little background (in case you didn’t know): Dr. Oz is actually Dr. Mehmet Oz.  His fame come from being the health expert on the Oprah Winfrey show and chief medical consultant to Discovery Communications.  He is the vice-chair … Continue reading

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What a weird cat

I found this at Mark Shea’s blog, but it originally comes from Aggie Catholics:   Very funny. It reminds me of when I was in high school.  A couple of guys with a strange sense of humor found an opossum … Continue reading

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I found this clip over at Catholic and Enjoying It! (by the great Mark Shea); and I just had to repost it.  I don’t know anything more about it than what you see.  But, this guy does a great send-up … Continue reading

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Blessed are they who believe without seeing

A reader, Kathy, asked a good question:  “why would you put a man putting his finger in another man’s loose skin as your web page? Aren’t you supposed to be religous?” She’s talking, of course, about the banner art for … Continue reading

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