Tag Archives: evangelization

Praying for the Conversion of Jews

Since the release of Summorum Pontificum, various talking heads have been apoplectic because the Tridentine mass includes a Good Friday prayer for the conversion of the Jews. Much ado is being made of nothing, though.

Fulton Sheen Live…ish

The late Archbishop Fulton Sheen rocks. I really hope his cause for canonization succeeds. If you’re a fan of Sheen and can’t get enough of his fantastic Christ-centered orations or just wonder who the heck he was, be sure to check out FultonSheen.com. There you’ll find streaming audio and downloadable mp3s.

Freebies!

Adrian Warnock is giving out some freebies, so head on over and tell him I sent ya. BTW, while you’re there, tell him his blog needs a better name. 😉

Leap of Faith

Sean, a buddy of mine and long-timer reader of this blog, made a comment that I think ought to be highlighted. Responding to my post about an atheist’s argument against the veracity of Jesus Christ’s claims, and a mutual friend’s comment, he wrote the following. "My God isn’t some pie in the sky, and He’ll […]

Where Am I Going…

…and why am I in a handbasket? Bad Idea #1 Bad Idea #2 (Fedora Tip to Connexions for both)