Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Podcast #57:

The Evolution of Christus Vincit
(Not us! Hymn!) (link)

is playing as we speak!

Only shhh! Don't tell Shamus,
who has been having problems
with that snow machine of his...

but earlier, I inadvertently turned
*it off when I enlarged the sheet

*(That is, the podcast- not the snow machine!)

An old memory

with a new beginning,
Nick's Bytes. (link)

I love the longer intro- and for
anyone who doesn't care for the
words to the song, which Nick
aptly explained- try watching
with the sound off...

this, too (link) is from Nick.


Do click-on that last link- I guarantee
you that it won't be...

Sunday, November 26, 2006

Great posts

at the
Leaflet Missal Blog... (link)

The first one, (or rather the

last one) posted was written
by one of the blog host's (Terry)
co-workers, on:
Blessed Miguel Pro, 20th Century
Martyr and Priest-

Check out the exquisite painting,
done by Terry, and the photos of
this extraordinary man who lived
and died for God.

Then, scroll down & read some
commentary on the latest news
& gossip, including H'wood couple
of the moment- TomKat- & yes I
agree that they are beautiful, but
no, I didn't notice the dress, sorry...

&, while you're there, do tell Terry
I said, "Hi!" :)

Lifted this

Mark Shea, (link)...

who got it from:
The Ironic Catholic. (link)

Click on the pic once or twice-
that should enlarge it. I don't
know how Mark Shea did it- he
must be some kind of computer
whiz- I did try, but just can't
figure it out...

Thursday, November 23, 2006

Happy T. Day!

What American accent do you have?
Your Result: The Inland North

You may think you speak "Standard English straight out of the dictionary" but when you step away from the Great Lakes you get asked annoying questions like "Are you from Wisconsin?" or "Are you from Chicago?" Chances are you call carbonated drinks "pop."

The Northeast
The Midland
The South
The West
North Central
What American accent do you have?
Take More Quizzes

This is a fun quiz I lifted from

Christus Vincit (link)...

It's fairly accurate- I have relatives

who say "pop" - although people from

around here call it "soda"... & as my

mom & dad are from two different

parts of the country, any "accent"

is a blend of both.


Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Listen to & enjoy

Episode #56 (link)


Christus Vincit Anywhere! (link)

& read the review written up at
The Royal School of Church Music. (link)
for our favorite podcast...
here. (link)

Check out the notes on

Johnny Proctor, (link)
while you're there.

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

A whole lotta

fun! (link)


The double-nickels

episode of

Christus Vincit Anywhere! (link)

is ready when you are!

P.S. to BMP...

But I wish the speed-limit was still 55!

Sunday, November 12, 2006

It's deja view

all over again...

The Daily Eudemon (link)


The Judge Report, (link)

Specifically, the link to Dawn

Eden's promo for her new book,
The Thrill of the Chaste, (link)
due out next month.

Saturday, November 11, 2006



Content: 10 (out of 10)
Form: 10

Regarding a comment left by
Ray from the:
Stella Borealis
Catholic Roundtable

at a post on:
Abbey-Roads (link)

relating to an article in the:
National Catholic Register (link)

written by Eric Scheske from:
The Daily Eudemon. (link)

(Guess I'd rate an 'F' for the run-on sentence)...

A comment from

a fan of Ernestine Cobern Beyer's
wonderful poetry,

prompted me to comment that

Ernestine wrote verse for many
years, and received an award
from The National League of
American Penwomen for the
best religious poem, "The Pool,"
in the early seventies. It was
presented to her at the House
of Representatives and was
noted in the Congressional
Record- this shortly before her
death in December of 1972.

Ernestine's daughter, Barbara
Beyer Malley, who has gener-
ously shared much of her mother's
work with me- wrote that her
mother had been a singer who
sang with Enrico Caruso- giving it
up to raise her family. Which is
also when she started writing.

Barbara mentioned that her mom
sounded a lot like a singer named
Lily Pons- her mom having been a
"coloratura soprano, one of the
few who could faultlessly reach
E above high C."

(Wow- I can barely reach E above
middle C)...

Well, I want to ask, before I start
looking for info on Lily Pons- if
anyone is familiar with her music?
If so, what would you recommend?

& many thanks in advance:)

The monthly article

St. John the Evangelist- by Guido Reni.
AllPosters. (link)

from Eric Scheske @ the NC Register
on 'Bloggers and their books'...

One of the subjects touched upon is
the patron saints some bloggers choose-
here's my pick.

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Coverage of

last week's Coming Home
Network Conference abounds-
but I can't get my links to work
right now:p

So please read auntie joanna writes,
linked on the right, & follow her
excellent links (some included in her
comments) for the great coverage
& pix. There are also suppose to
be tapes of the speakers, including
authors Joanna Bogle & Joseph
Pearce, although I'm not sure if
they're available yet...

Will work to fix my links- & keep
my fingers X'ed that the tapes will
be available in time for Christmas:)

Related to a

comment below, here is a
list of organizations (link)
that apparently aren't what
they claim to be...

Michigan Catholic. (link)

Episode # 54


Christus Vincit Anywhere! (link)

is up & running, with links to other
podcasts available in the show notes-

& prayers for show host BMP (& Mrs.
BMP, too!) - who's undergoing some
necessary tests tomorrow, that all is
very well-

God bless!

Friday, November 03, 2006


Heh! (link:)


Great news!

Nick's back! (link:)

Thanks Thomas!

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

It's: A Carnival for All the Saints

(& All the Souls, Too!)... on

Episode 53 of
Christus Vincit
Anywhere! (link)

& Yay!

It's November & time to
vote at Podcast Alley for our faves-
check the show notes for the link.

Fascinating post

on some of the early
saints, including the popes
who directly followed Peter,


Penitens. (link)

& the origin of the actual word,

Abbey-Roads. (link)


Pier One

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