Monday, April 30, 2007

Cardinals in Las Vegas

I just caught wind of this one, and I just can't help myself. The Cardinals are gathering for a big dinner in - of all places - Las Vegas. Now, I place no bad motives on anyone, or anything like that, I just find it funny that someone thought "Hey, Sin City - that sounds like a great place to have a big shindig!". Anyway, here's my take. You can read more about it over at the American Papist :

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

T-Shirts tell alot about you...

I'll admit to being puzzled about what possesses (no pun intended) these guys who are in the very embrace of the Church yet work so tirelessly against Her. As I was working on the new designs for my little shirt company, I veered off into imagining what type of t-shirt the enemies would wear:

Maybe they should visit and see the new designs I've added to the collection. This one is a Coat of Arms for Christ. I've also added a Coat of Arms for Mary. Maybe wearing one of these would help them to remember Whom they're supposed to be working for. Feel free to visit the site.

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Adamec reveals his true colors

Matt Abbott has an article on Bishop Adamec's hatred for the Mass of All Ages. The Devil has workers in his vineyard, too. Read about it here:

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Shameless plug

Here's a rendering of the old Sacred Heart Church in Glyndon, MD. I drew this, along with the new one, for note cards that the Church and school will use. It's a great way to raise funds for your parish . I did this for my own parish; they ordered 1000, and sold them in lots of 10. They sold out quickly. Feel free to contact me if you'd be interested.

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Hockey is the perfect Catholic sport

Taking a break to celebrate the beauty of the NHL Playoffs, I present to you the following:
Why Hockey is the perfect Catholic Sport:
- The penalty box is called the "Sin Bin"
- If you do something really bad, it's a given that some serious
temporal punishment is coming your way.
- The gravity of your offense determines your time in the penalty box.
- They have a penalty called cross-checking.
- A Zamboni is like a "confession-mobile"; it cleans theice of all
imperfections between periods.
- Blood is shed regularly.
And the #1 reason that Hockey is the perfect Catholic sport is:
- When you win it all, you get the "CUP".

Log onto and revel in the knuckle-bustin' fun!

Friday, April 13, 2007

I have to wonder...

...what world these guys live in. To take up the case of those who drain us is beyond me. Maybe my tower doesn't contain enough ivory to understand them...

Read more about our immigrant-loving Bishops at the Crescat's joint:

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Motu Proprio (again)

Assuming that some day this Motu Proprio is released, I wonder if the priests who want to say the Latin Mass will have to get some sort of approval or clearance from their bishop. If so, I can just picture the above happening. (click on it to see it larger)
And yes, the resemblance to a certain Cardinal is intentional. :oD

Monday, April 9, 2007


In their recent document called "Ministry to Persons with Homosexual Inclination..." the USCCB state the following regarding the baptism of children:

"The document also reaffirms the Church's forbiddance of homosexual couples adopting children. However, it does say that the baptism of such children is a matter of pastoral concern and can only happen if there is a "well-founded hope" that the children will be raised Catholic. "

But baptism is NOT allowed in the following situation:

Legitimately married straight couple.

More than one child.

One spouse takes the children to mass every week. Prays with them every night. Teaches them the Faith as best as they can.

The other spouse was raised protestant and anti-Catholic. Not a church-goer. Decent person otherwise, but hates the Church, and refuses to consent to a Catholic baptism.

So in a situation where a true effort is made, no baptism. But two queers who "claim" that a child will be raised Catholic, oh, they're ushered right in.

What's wrong with that picture?

Monday, April 2, 2007

Holy Week Hiatus

I'll not be posting anything this week, for obvious reasons, and I wish all of you a Happy and Joyful Easter.