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There But For the Grace of God

Unpacking Oxblog's Compelling Comments on Super Size Me Read More »

Faith of the Fatherless – by Paul C. Vitz

Why are atheists angrier and more self-righteous than religious believers? Read More »

U2: Of Popes and Vertigo

I’m not sure things get much better than they have been for U2 over the last several months, pulling off the momentous and enviable feat of being simultaneously the band of the moment and a band for the ages. Their most recent album, How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb, is a bonafide critical and commercial smash hit, they were eloquently ... Read More »


Karol Wojtyla 1920 – 2005 Vigil… Candles… Rivers of tears… Shed… For… A man… With wings woven of messianic gold… Reactionary papacy… Sweet Jesus… Judgments… By the Prophet of the New Millennium… Let he without sin… Cast the first stone… Vatican-cam… Corporation-cam… Press-Office 24/7 fucking-cam… Soon to be canonized… JOHN PAUL THE GREAT… If you don’t mind… Crazy fucking world… ... Read More »

Pope Quotes

A Great Man Is Dead... Read More »

Blogcritics On Pope Benedict XVI In, Pope John Paul ll Out

A new pope has been elected, the former Cardinal Josef Ratzinger, replacing the beloved if controversial John Paul ll. We have news and views on them both and the process: The Pope of Cyberspace Pope Benedict XVI may be a doctrinal luddite, but he is down with the communicative abilities of cyberspace. “Let us go forth in the joy of ... Read More »

Requiem and Reformation: The Media and the Pope

Isn't it interesting on some level that so many are grieving the passing of a man whose lecturing on critical areas of the faith they ignore and violate? Read More »

Pope Has Heart Attack

Very grim news.... Read More »

John Danforth Sees The Light

"When government becomes the means of carrying out a religious program, it raises obvious questions under the First Amendment." Read More »

The Pope should retire when…

Pope John Paul II won’t step down until he has died. Or, so he says. Fine. But they should have a policy in place to force Popes to retire when they become far less effective, due to a decline in health. Some will say that this Pope is a huge inspiration since he soldiers on and clearly tries to give ... Read More »