Wednesday, January 31, 2007


YOUR *CLICKS*! (link)




(It's ready when you are:)

Reflections from the Saints

Our actions have a tongue
of their own; they have
an eloquence of their own,
even when the tongue is
silent. For deeds prove the
lover more than words.
– St. Cyril of Jerusalem

From (link)

by way of
The Daily Eudemon. (link)

Listen to an interview

with Dawn Eden discussing her

The Thrill of the Chaste, (link)

today at 3:15pm ET...


here. (link)

Need a quick

pick-me-up? (link)

(No, not the two-ply kind)...

Check out the jokes & posts
over @ Merle's
Third Try. (link)

But I couldn't comment!


Sorry, Merle - but thanks
much for the laughs! Will
try again next time...

Monday, January 29, 2007

Got this from

The Daily Eudemon. (link)

“The Church, with its
and Bible and lives of the saints
and devotions and church buildings,
is like a huge bank of grace, where
each person has a deposit of a billion
dollars. Unfortunately, most of us
only withdraw about 75 cents.”

Deacon Larry Kasuboski (rough quote)

Oh, guffaw!!!

Do you think they'd all fit
on a t-shirt? (link)

Posted by C.C. @
*The Crescat. (link)

*This one should come
with an added precaution:

"Absolutely NO food or
drinks within reach of your
flailing arms!"

(I could be wrong,
but I think #1 was
the best - I'll leave
that for you to decide)...

Sunday, January 28, 2007

The sad passing

of Common Sense...

As reported by

Justitia. (link)

An Informative Lifesite interview

with United States

Presidential Candidate,

Kansas Senator

Sam Brownback, (link)

Saturday, January 27, 2007


article on the planned 1960s smear
campaign against the Catholic

Church, from

The Daily Eudemon... (link)


Classic Victor Borge! :)


Christus Vincit. (link)

Enjoy, indeed!

Great posts

Pick-one-they're-all-good (link)
over at Nick's place,

(Check out the neat link
to Aussie-speak:)


Scrabble buddy... (link:)

It's your move.

Thursday, January 25, 2007

A word to the wise

this- (link)...

on company time.

Unless, of course, you're
Jimmy Olsen:) (link)

H/T to:
The Woodland Word. (link)

If you have a few minutes

this... (link:)


Thanks to
The Judge Report. (link)

I've never seen the musical-
but the star of this production
did a great job...

There's even a blue blankie!

Thursday, January 18, 2007

Geez, everyone's getting

new "Diggs"...


Christus Vincit Anywhere! (link)

podcast has moved. It can be accessed

& enjoyed anytime, but I believe you
have to be registered (at no charge) in
order to vote.

Best to BMP & Co. at the *new site!

*BMP informed me that they are
still at Podcast Alley - this is another
site that's picked them up, thereby
doubling their availability (& the fun:)

A new blog

for Terry...

It started a few days ago, when
Abbey-Roads (link) suddenly locked

He re-started Rome-ing Catholics,
& has been maintaining his work
blog also, at the Leaflet Missal Co. (link)

Now, Terry has joined St. Blog's
& has:

Abbey-Roads2... (link)

as his fourth blog, as Abbey-Roads
still isn't working -

To be continued...

Sunday, January 14, 2007

What the

hey?!!! (link)

Terry's having major

problems at
Abbey-Roads, (link)

& has re-activated
Rome-ing Catholics... (link)

Stay tuned!!

Saturday, January 13, 2007


YouTube clips of the
Jinx Athenaeum Society
debate on Chastity, with

Dawn Eden, (link) author

The Thrill of the Chaste: Finding
Fulfillment While Keeping
Your Clothes On. (link)

Is Chastity a Good Idea for Singles?

Part I (link)
Part II (link)
Part III (link)
Part IV (link)
Part V (link)
Part VI (link)
Part VII (link)
Part VIII (link)

I've always loved...

good story... (link)

By Leo Tolstoy -

Thomas. (link)

Thursday, January 11, 2007

An answer to a request

for direct links to interviews with
biographer Joseph Pearce.

Scroll down & hit 'Listen Now'

to the following interviews from
EWTN's series Bookmark with
host Doug Keck:

#21- Tolkien: Man and Myth (link)

After that, on the same page,

scroll down further to #27- Literary
Converts: Spiritual Inspiration in an
Age of Unbelief;

on this page, #67 (link) is Old
, about Hiliare Belloc;

The last one I know of is
#197 Life on the Rock Series #288 (link)
the subject being Tolkien's appeal to

young people...

Hope that helps-

Happy listening:)

Want to recommend

a beautiful book of poetry
for kids-

A Family of Poems: My
Favorite Poetry for Child-
, by Caroline Ken-

The poems are varied and

aplenty, and the book is
beautifully illustrated, (link)
by Jon J. Muth.

*Wasn't able to obtain

permission from the pub-

lisher to actually post a

pic of the book-

but I got thisclose:)

Check the links above

for a look.


I'm wondering how many

techno dysfunctions (link)

I've got? :)

H/T to:
The Lady Justitia. (link)

When you can

while you're on-

listen to
#344 & 355... (link)

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Great story

about an American soldier (link)
who lost his wallet in WWII when
injured in battle, & the honest man
who found it & returned it all these
years later - intact...


Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Episode # 63

of the

Christus Vincit Anywhere! (link)

podcast wraps up with a belated
Epiphany party, music by
Johnny Proctor, (link)

& three befuddled

A film meme

from Terry, (link)

who got tagged by CC from
The Crescat. (link)

1. Your favorite film?
Desk Set

2. Your favorite film priest?
Montgomery Clift in I Confess.

3. Your favorite film nun?
The one who 'fixed' the cars at
the end of The Sound of Music.

4. Your favorite religious movie?
The Agony and the Ecstacy

5. Your favorite comedy?

Just one? I can't do it!

The Odd Couple -
I love Walter Matthau & Jack
Lemmon together, & the rest
of the card game, including Herb
Edelman as Murray the cop,
was aces:)
Saw Matthau on the Johnny
Carson show years later, & he
mentioned that he had tried to
convince the producers to give
him the part of Felix, because
it would have been more of a
stretch for him - he said with a
character like Oscar, he wouldn't
even have to show up for work,
he could just phone it in...

The Fortune Cookie, (link)
which was the first Matthau-
Lemmon pairing...

Also, anything by Mel Brooks:)

6. Your favorite action film?
Star Wars

7. Your favorite thriller?
West World

8. Your favorite foreign film?
That Hamilton Woman ('41)

9. Favorite "alternative" lifestyle film?

10. Your favorite animal film?
Planet of the Apes

11.Your favorite animated film?
Sleeping Beauty

12. Your favorite "B" movie?
Invasion of the Body Snatchers

13. Your favorite newer "B" movie?

14. Your favorite black comedy film?
(As in humor.)

15. Your favorite period film?

Fire Over England ('37)
Wuthering Heights('39)
Lydia ('41)
Caesar and Cleopatra ('45)

16. Your favorite Biblical film?
Jesus of Nazareth

17. In your opinion, the most important
film in Cinematic history?
IMO it hasn't been made yet, but
GWTW was pretty amazing.

Tagging Ladies,
& Gentlemen,
Saint Nick,
Sir Thomas:) &

Mr. P. (link)

Sunday, January 07, 2007

From Lord Terrance

@ Abbey-Roads... (link)

My Peculiar Aristocratic Title is:
Her Most Serene Highness Lady Rhapsody the Somnolent of Chignall Smeally
Get your Peculiar Aristocratic Title

Aw, shucks! ~

Following Yonder Star

Saturday, January 06, 2007

Radio Show

Dawn Eden (link)

discuss her book,
The Thrill of the Chaste, (link)

The Drew Marshall Show. (link)

here - (scroll down)... (link)

*Contains subject matter
not suitable for children.

Happy Twelfth

Day of Christmas!


The Feast of the Epiphany. (link)

Part Deux...

of an
Abbey-Roads Exclusive! (link)

on "Conspiracy Theories"!

(Don't read this alone!)

Thursday, January 04, 2007

Pass the Popcorn!!

A new series has begun
over on:

Abbey-Roads! (link)

The subject:

Conspiracy Theories: Part I (link)

The last time Terry had a series,
I totally dropped the ball & didn't
post a word until after the fact -


Not this time!

(This is gonna be better than
the super bowl:)

Interesting article

from Dawn Eden (link)

related to a NY Times
Public Editor, & an apparently
uncorrected story (link)

from The Times Magazine.

A lot of accurate, pointed,
descriptive adjectives having
to do with abhorrent, dis-
gracefully unprofessional
manipulation spring to the
fore - but I'll try & refrain
from listing them here...

For Andrew

Prayers, please, for the young
son of the editor of Gilbert
Magazine, (link)

who is having brain surgery

Lots & lots of prayers for you
& your family, Mr. D!

Thank You, Lord Jesus, for
hearing us,


Monday, January 01, 2007

Episode # 62


Christus Vincit Anywhere! (link)

is fini...

Check the show notes for links
to other fine podcasts, & to cast
your January vote @ Podcast Alley.

Shamus was in fine voice this week,
I must say - but... as cantor?

Tune in & find out what that's all




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