Monthly Archives: July 2006

Colbert roasts Ralph Reed

I’ve stated before here that I love the Colbert Report on Comedy Central. Monday night’s show was exceptional. I hope you enjoy it as much as I have. I was still laughing tonight. Follow this link to the clip. Technorati … Continue reading

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Rediscovering the Rosary

A fellow Secular Franciscan has asked that I plug his book on this blog. That sounds like a great idea. Antony Outhwaite, SFO of Mountain Top, Pennyslvania has written a book, “Rediscovering the Rosary”, it is available at Amazon.com and … Continue reading

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Who owns Christianity?

I used to wear a WWJD, bracelet. It was a great idea and it was one of those things that helps one to examine their behavior. I came across well written piece from the San Francisco Chronicle. It seems to … Continue reading

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The center will not hold

I came across a well written piece today in my net travels and I thought it was worth pointing you in that direction. “The center isn’t holding so well here, either. When idealists of both parties ran away from politics–under … Continue reading

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Internet Monk

Internet Monk is offering a free podcast of Thomas Merton. It’s very cool to know that Merton is still causing such a stir in the evangelical community. I haven’t listened to much of the podcast but so far it is … Continue reading

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Sage a Feed Reader For Firefox

I’m learning how to write an RSS feed for the school district I work at. Naturally, I had to check out my work to make sure that it looked okay. In doing so I needed to install a feed reader. … Continue reading

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Heal the World

I came across this hopeful video on Youtube tonight. I hope it gives you a reason to hope for peace. Pray for peace, live peace, be peace. Live as though you really knew the Prince of Peace. Images are powerful … Continue reading

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