L’Osservatore Romano ran a positive review of Deathly Hallows part 2, and LifeSite News is running an article about Michael O’Brien’s criticism of it. It’s the same old stuff, fluffed up with a few new cherry-picked lines presented totally out of context. My impulse to write some kind of detailed rebuttal lasted all of about… Continue reading Harry Potter and the Deathless Meme
>Aggressive fungus compounds tornado trauma: Kendra Williams, the administrator of community health and epidemiology for the health department, said the common fungus likely came from soil or vegetative materials imbedded in the skin by the force of the tornado. HT: MCJ
And here’s a different video of the same trick, but slower and with English explanations. Thanks Anchoress!
CatholicCulture.org’s take (emphases added): This site has a long history of carelessness concerning fidelity to the Magisterium. Although its material is constantly changing, there is a continued pattern of failure to screen out organizations and materials which are unfaithful to the teachings of the Church…. There have been over $200,000 worth of judgments and liens… Continue reading Catholic Online’s culture of theft
Yesterday I wrote about finding some Ratzi-the-Nazi disinformation in a Catholic Online article. I posted a comment on Catholic Online about the most glaring issue. My comment was posted, and the article was corrected – but there was no acknowledgement that the article had been changed, and no response to my comment. Last night, I… Continue reading Catholic Online plagiarizing from Atheism.about.com?
So this morning, a link comes over the Twitter – “Pope Benedict XVI reflects on life under Hitler’s Nazi Party” – so I click over to check it out. That was this morning. If you click over now, you won’t read the same article I did. The version I read early this morning included the… Continue reading Why is Catholic Online writing this way about the Pope, and why is this bugging me so much?
Here’s how to get the free e-book: Promote the upcoming 21 Days of Prayer for Sons challenge — on Twitter, Facebook, your blog, whatever — and get a free e-book of Warrior Prayers: Praying the Word for Boys in the Areas They Need it Most.