Sham Rock of Ages

St. Patrick (whose feast day, March 17, happens to fall on a Sunday - the 2nd Sunday of Lent - this year) is known for converting the Irish people from paganism to Christianity. In his effort to do so, he chose the shamrock as an image of the Trinity. How curious it is, then, that Satan has chosen to beguile us with a variety of shams intended to turn us away from the path of true faith, to present us with, as it were, a sham rock of ages.

Alluding to Daniel 2:34-35, Jesus declared to Simon (see Matthew 16:17-20)…

Leila Miller

Leila Miller's blog (at leilamiller.net - it used to be at littlecatholicbubble.blogspot.com) is one of those rare gems that has all the earmarks of great reflection, exposition and brevity. I cannot recommend it enough!

Pauca sed matura ("Few, but ripe!") - Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss

Celebration in New York

The Cuomo bill (now a law) in New York is, from the "progressive" perspective, an effort to protect what the majority in their legislature regard as a human right - the right to kill the child in the womb. They recognize that the "Roe v. Wade" and "Doe v. Bolton" decisions were decided on specious grounds and would soon be overturned by a Supreme Court that actually respects the Constitution.

In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., devoted his life to rectifying some of the worst evils in our society. By using tactics similar to those used by Mohandas K. Gandhi in his leadership of the Salt March, Dr. King was able to touch the conscience of America. In the process he inspired us to rethink the "separate but equal" fiction of the Plessy v. Ferguson decision of the Supreme Court, which found the Jim Crow laws to be constitutional

NFP vs. AFP

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