Saturday, April 25, 2015

My Favorite Local Band?

Our Renewable Future

PCI - Resilience

Invasion by any Other Name

The Fundamental Reason There's a "Refugee" Crisis in the Mediterranean

There Are Lots More Potential Anti-Semitic Terrorists Where Amedy Coulibaly's Family Came from
"Australia has put policies into place that have radically reduced the number of people even trying to sail there. Israel has such effective policies that nobody even thinks about sailing there. So, it can be done."

Kyrie Eleison.

Friday, April 24, 2015

Days when there seem like no good choices.

Dr. Wilson

New from Southern Pens
The Ides of March 2015

Post Appomattox Fallacies Justifying Federal Tyranny by James Ronald Kennedy

Except It's Written by a President of a Private College

not wholly impartial... Myths About Attending College Debunked by Christopher Nelson (president of St. John's College)

Chickens Come Home to Roost

Read below to find out more about this issue.Korea’s Marriage Rate Hits Its Lowest Ever

Posted by Soompi on Friday, April 24, 2015

Thursday, April 23, 2015

The Glory of God

Explore beautiful Hubble Space Telescope images from each year the telescope has been in orbit: #Hubble25

Posted by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration on Thursday, April 23, 2015

Man, know your limits. The Lord created all of this to express His glory and to remind you that despite your greatness in His material creation, there are still boundaries which you cannot pass.

Dreams of interstellar space travel, Babeilian pride and man's desire to ascend to the heavens by his own power.

Remember these?

St. George's Day

Happy St George's Day.

Posted by RECOIL on Thursday, April 23, 2015

Happy St. George's Day- he's the patron saint of Beirut and herpes!
St George’s Day Google Doodle: 10 things you need to know about England's National Day
Party Poopers: 23 common patriotic myths about Saint George that simply aren't true

Yes! St. George, pray for us!

Posted by Orthodox Christian Network on Thursday, April 23, 2015


Another Producer Teaser

Latest Teaser Revealing the Secret Meeting Cha Tae-hyun, Gong Hyo Jin 공효진 International, 金秀賢(Kim Soo Hyun), and 아이유(iu)...

Posted by Soompi on Thursday, April 23, 2015

The Catholic Historical Review

The Catholic Historical Review is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year!

Posted by The Catholic University of America Press on Thursday, April 23, 2015

Liberal Progs Everywhere

Korea Communications Standards Commission and the Rainbow Action Against Sexual-Minority Discrimination have both given their thoughts on this warning

Posted by Soompi on Thursday, April 23, 2015

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

A Fairy Tale Movie for Adults?



Trailer for the animated adaptation of Le Petit Prince.

Lady Action Teaser

First Teaser for Variety Show “KBS Lady Action 레이디 액션션” Including Kim Hyun-joo, 손태영(Son Tae Young), Lee Si-Young (이시영),...

Posted by Soompi on Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Another Producer Teaser Video

Watch 아이유(iu) and Gong Hyo Jin 공효진 International's first meeting here! Producer 프로듀사

Posted by Soompi on Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Kyrie eleison.

The decision comes a full year after the tragedy (April 16, 2014).Read more here:

Posted by Soompi on Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Homeschooling in Korea is Possible...

Her reasoning sounds right. What do you think of her decision?

Posted by Soompi on Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Happy Earth Day!If today's celebration of our environment finds you wondering what the Church has to say about the...

Posted by The Catholic University of America Press on Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Yes, But...

The Single Lay State Deserves More Attention by Jared M. Silvey

For many Catholic men, being single is a cross, not something they voluntarily but a state imposed upon them. Trying to turn it into something positive for all in that state (even though it be can be a calling for some) is a mistake, and the Church should instead be dealing with feminism and the breakdown of society.

Reminds Me of a Cartoonish Style

Not necessarily a problem in itself, but its associations?

Presentation on Blessed Junipero Serra

The Press Office of the Holy See was the scene Monday morning for the presentation of a Day of Reflection on the life...
Posted by Vatican Radio - English Section on Monday, April 20, 2015

Press Conference for the presentation of the Day of reflection on Blessed Junipero Serra. Watch LIVE now!
Posted by Vatican Radio - English Section on Monday, April 20, 2015

Pope to canonize the Apostle of California on 23 September during visit to US

Roman Catholic triumphalism? A failure to respect national/ethnic differences and identity.
The new saint Fray Junípero and America’s true identity

Reviving Hispanic and Catholic memory within a more complete vision of the origin of the United States enriches history and today’s perspective of the life of the nation. It also helps break down separation walls that distinguish between what is “Anglo” and what is “Hispanic”, between the Protestant and the Catholics tradition, between the United States and Latin America. It shows a deeper communion between Churches and a greater solidarity between nations across the continent, as requested in the post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation “Ecclesia in America”. And it allows millions of Hispanics living in the United States to free themselves from a mentality that sees them as people living like foreigners, on the margins of North American society, barely tolerated and often discriminated and persecuted. It allows them to recognise that they are in continuity with those Hispanics who populated vast areas of the South-West, the centre and the East of what is now US territory, for centuries. They really can say “We are Americans”, without having to abandon their best cultural and religious traditions. Their situation requires serious, deep, reasonable and fair migration reform and respect for the rights of migrants and their families. The big mistake of thinkers such as Samuel Huntington, was associating North American identity with all that is Anglo-Saxon.