Bishop Strickland Changes the Game

Bishop Strickland Changes the Game

At the kitchen table Friday night, dinner dishes still in the sink, the house in darkness because the sun set while I wasn’t paying attention, I watched history unfold on the screen of my computer. Bishop Joseph Strickland addressed the crowd at the CPAC Ronald Reagan...
Be a Pell

Be a Pell

The signature of our time is the betrayal of the small by the powerful. Bureau thugs with mammoth government backing surveil Catholic families; protestors fester in prison for years without a trial; bishops are stripped from their flock without canonical...
Choosing Between New and Old

Choosing Between New and Old

If I could only pick one or the other, I’d have to say I’m a Novus Ordo Catholic. It’s the Mass I’ve attended for most of my 65 years. My early childhood preceded the Novus Ordo, so I had nine years in the Latin Mass, but it was mostly prior to the age of reason. My...
Twilight in Tyler

Twilight in Tyler

When the Cathedral bells swung five minutes before Mass last weekend, they seemed to know. The Ave sung with the Rosary was so mournful, you’d think someone had died. A light went out in Tyler on Saturday. The seat of the bishop is empty; the coat of arms will be...
Sentimentalists Go to Rome

Sentimentalists Go to Rome

OPINION –  When I was growing up, there was a woman in our parish who became a staple in our family folklore: Joan Langley (name changed). She became an icon of all things showy and sentimental. We would say, “Don’t be such a Joan Langley,” or call something...
Sound of Freedom: See the Children

Sound of Freedom: See the Children

OPINION –  No one wants to see child trafficking. We have a duty to acknowledge it, but one imagines that looking too closely might deliver a blow to our psyches from which we couldn’t recover.  Go see Sound of Freedom anyway. It’s a grand adventure, spanning...
Never Go to the Second Location

Never Go to the Second Location

OPINION –  A maxim of self-defense, especially for women, is to never allow an attacker to take you to a second location. It’s better to go down fighting on the street, in the parking lot, at the door, than to be transported to a second location where the...
Nefarious Is…

Nefarious Is…

OPINION –  When the preview for Nefarious was run last month before a Christian movie, I wondered why anyone would advertise a horror movie to an obviously religious crowd who would never pay to see such a thing. Inefficient marketing, I thought. The movie...
The Jesus Revolution Remembered

The Jesus Revolution Remembered

OPINION –  The depth test of any movie is how long it takes up residence in your mind afterward. Three days later, The Jesus Revolution is still rattling around in my brainpan, so it passes the test.  I just wonder why I didn’t like it more. It had all the...
The Covid Narrative Tide is Turning

The Covid Narrative Tide is Turning

OPINION –  High tide at Galveston Island occurred at 12:16 a.m. today. Aside from consulting a tide table, you would only know that if you were walking on the beach and saw the waves receding farther down the shore. The turning of the tide is something you only...

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