Anne Rice Quits Christianity

Anne Rice, famous author of vampire stores and even a few on Jesus, evidently posted the following on her Facebook page

“In the name of Christ, I quit Christianity and being Christian” saying that she regarded Christians as “quarrelsome, hostile, disputatious, and deservedly infamous.” Rice also added she refuses to be “anti-gay, anti-feminist and anti-Democrat.”


3rd Annual Catholic Men’s National Prayer Day

The Catholic Men’s National Day of Prayer on the Solemnity of St. Joseph was originally conceived by Dan Spencer, founder of The St. Joseph Center of Kansas City. Spencer proposed the idea to the leadership of the National Fellowship of Catholic Men with whom he is associated, as an activity that would serve to

Start a Men's Group

Does your parish have a Men’s groups?  If not start one, it’s as simple as meeting once a week.  The group I’m in reads the up coming Sunday Mass readings on Friday mornings from 7am to 8am.  We use the questions from the National Fellowship of Catholic Men

We open with a prayer,

Oprah & the Nuns

So today Oprah Winfrey had the Dominican Sisters of Mary Convent on her show today.  Video

I thought it was great to see the sisters speaking to the secular world and showing their true joy in being brides of Christ.  One of the pressing questions Oprah wanted to get to is what it’s like

Posting Frequency

I haven’t posted much lately, but not for a lack of wanting to.  I’ve been a dad for almost a year now which makes free time a bit more precious.  The other reason I haven’t posted as much is because many times I just want to spew forth a few comments but upon taking a

I Need to Pray More & More Consistently

I haven’t posted or tweated in a few weeks. I came a conclusion over the past few weeks that I was spending more time thinking about blogging and tweeting than I was being focused on my prayer life and thinking about God.

I think blogs are a great outlet for thoughts and beliefs and

Mass Intentions & Purgatory

When you have a Mass said for the intention of a deceased loved one you are indirectly confirming your belief in Purgatory. If your loved one is in Heaven, they doesn’t need a Mass said for them. If they are in Hell, all the Masses in the world won’t do them any good. So