The Royals are in the World Series for the first time since 1985. But Mark Cavara is still in first place in our Pick ‘Em Pool. Some things don’t change.
I am by no means a theologian, but I just wanted to give my two cents on the discussions going on in Rome. For those who don’t know, Pope Francis is holding a two-week long meeting, or Synods of Bishops On The Family, in order to facilitate a “sincere, open and fraternal” debate on modern […]
Pope Francis has gotten what he wanted! At the opening of the current Synod of Bishops, he asked that the participants speak with boldness (biblical parrhesia) and listen with humility. Now it seems everyone outside the Synod is speaking boldly, too. The summary report (relatio post disceptationem) has evoked claims on the progressive left of […]
Five NBA championship rings, two Defensive Player of the Year awards, and two-time NBA all-star: Dennis Rodman is well known by NBA admirers as one of the great defensive players and arguably the best rebounder in the history of the league. I recently finished reading Dennis Rodman’s autobiography Bad As I Wanna Be and I […]
Yes, this is a day late. But check out our work-in-progress new format! Now matter how you read it, the fact is the same: we are in for a close race for the rest of the season. Enjoy!
Ebola. ISIS. Midterm elections. Disputes over the Synod on the Family. Whether the context is national politics, ecclesial policy, or public health and safety, we seem to be inundated by negativity. On a personal level, I have heard of many families recently (including my own) dealing with health problems or other personal issues. How are […]
Another social media app is making big news (thanks to social media!). The headlines are haunting, but in the often unthinking world of social communications, lots of news means lots of interest. Yik Yak – an outrageously popular messaging app that aims “to create a feed of what people are saying, thinking and doing around […]