I received in the mail a letter asking for donations to the Annual Fund. The letter comes with a prepaid and self addressed envelope to mail my donation back to the university. My donation comes in the form of a letter. I feel like this whole situation is like giving a kid a condom while … Read more
I thought that legalizing abortion was supposed to end back-alley abortions. Apparently it hasn’t. It’s kind of like how ending prohibition did not stop all the moonshiners from making their moonshine. From the Article: Some teens in rural America are now self-inducing abortions with chemicals intended to abort livestock, reports one of the nation’s oldest … Read more
I’m not sure what to make of it at the moment, but I like it. If your are prone to tears be sure to grab a tissue before pressing ‘play’.
I’m always on the look out for good ideas. Here is something that might be functional for some readers. Examination of Conscience for Teens Publish at Scribd or explore others: Academic Work Religion & Spiritual Religion-Christianit examination of consc
I heard Notre Dame’s Glee Club preform last night at Holy Name of Jesus Church in New Orleans. Very impressive. Very good. One of the songs was by Felix Mendelssohn called “Drinking Song”. It was a quote from Goethe. The quote that Felix set to song is below. As long as a man is sober, … Read more
With the help of WriteOnIt and a little image editing of my own, I made this little Chesterton gallery.
Ever wondered what gets taught at those fancy schmancy ivy league schools. That is, what gets taught beyond teaching the students how to speak in a funny off-but-not-quite british accent and how to tie sweaters around one’s neck before going to pick up Buffy to play a round of golf (or tennis)? Well, now you … Read more
My Co-worker Nathan, with whom I share a desk and who is also a Jesuit and who is also a great help with the campus ministry retreats, wrote something while on Mardi Gras break, and Catholic Exchange picked it up today. I had no idea my co-worker even had a blog. Well, you learn something … Read more
I was searching for some new templates to use with iWork Pages. Yes, I do use and own a Mac, but I will spare us all from the Windows v. Mac argument — I think it is stupid. Anyway, I ran across this template for iWork uses aimed at NFP users. Clicking on the image … Read more
This is an Interesting article I just found over at the Wall Street Journal. From the Article: On the “Saturday Night Live” season debut last week, homeschooling families were portrayed as fundamentalists with bad haircuts who fear biology. Actor Matt Damon recently disparaged Sarah Palin by referring to a transparently fake email that claimed she … Read more