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Sunday, November 23, 2014

A Saint for our Noisy Time

At Sallie's blog, SalliesART, I read about St. Ronan the Silent.

A patron saint for all fathers, or just me?

I love learning about all these obscurer figures.




Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Monday, November 3, 2014

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Lea's Blog

People should probably take note of Lea Singh's blog, Mama Takes on the World. Lea has proven herself one of the smartest Catholic bloggers in the country. As often as I get there I am delighted. I would say if justice prevails, she will be heard from far and wide...

Thursday, October 16, 2014

A Member at the Synod

At this time of intense interest in and controversy over what is happening over in Rome, we would do well to note that one of the participants at the Synod is on our blog roll. This would be Archbishop Paul-Andre Durocher of Gatineau who writes inconspicuously at Sing and Walk.Currently he is blogging about his daily involvement in the synod. Clear off about an hour of your reading schedule for these remarkable, intimate reports. Thank-you, Monseigneur.


And thanks SCCB blogger, Suzanne, for mentioning this to me.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

New Blog

Grace writes at Even the Wilderness, and could be a female version of me, more or less:

I'm an introverted, Protestant-to-Roman Catholic convert from the Northern Wilds of Canada, who is always up for a late-night game of Dutch Blitz and a cup of good, hot, British tea. I struggle with depression and anxiety, I am nerdier-than-thou (probably; we can debate the title, if you like), a hopeless romantic with a reasonable side, and I can be the most prudish prude that ever there was (which creates a bit of a paradox, as I also love to discuss chastitywomanhood, and Theology of the Body). I write about Faithbooks, and food, interspersed with everyday adventures and obscure references to Harry Potter, The Lord of the Rings, Sherlock, Doctor Who, CS Lewis, Jane Austen, and GK Chesterton.