Vote for Sean Spicer Tonight

I love to dance. I'm a decent Shag and Salsa dancer and I know enough of most ballroom styles so as not to embarrass myself on the dance floor. Because I love dancing so much, ABC's Dancing With The Stars  has been a guilty pleasure of mine for some time now. I've watched the last … Continue reading Vote for Sean Spicer Tonight

Rise of The Hospital

Thanks to  The Law and Religion Forum for the heads-up on the next must add to my to-be-read list. From the book's amazon page: In The Medieval Economy of Salvation, Adam J. Davis shows how the burgeoning commercial economy of western Europe in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, alongside an emerging culture of Christian charity, led to the … Continue reading Rise of The Hospital

Joe Biden is Denied Communion

Father Robert E. Morey of Saint Anthony's Church of Florence South Carolina (not too far down the road from my own parish)  DENIED COMMUNION to Joe Biden because of the former VP's support of abortion. When reached for comment, the faithful priest said, "While I'm personally opposed to denying public and scandalous sinners Communion, Canon Law is … Continue reading Joe Biden is Denied Communion

Leiningen Versus the Ants – My Tale of Gold!

Sci-fi Grand Master  John C. Wright  has put forth a wonderful notion he names the  BOOK OF GOLD, a novel that comes to a young reader when they need it most. Breaking through whatever gloom enshrouds them, said golden book beats back the darkness with the pure sunshine of wonder. Even if the precious reprieve from … Continue reading Leiningen Versus the Ants – My Tale of Gold!

The Quest for Saint Aquin – A Short Story

I always have an eye out for sci fi stories and novels that feature Catholicism in some way or another, for good or for ill. Recently, I came across The Quest for Saint Aquin, an oldie pulpy written by  Anthony Boucher. The story, first published in 1951 in New Tales of Space and Time eventually won inclusion … Continue reading The Quest for Saint Aquin – A Short Story