Saturday, January 18, 2020
Friday, January 17, 2020
Sandro Magister: “La Civiltà Cattolica” Exhumes a Deceased Chinese Bishop to Attack Cardinal Zen
Thursday, January 16, 2020
I watched MauLer's video on The Rise of Skywalker. "Rey Skywalker." A fitting end that summarizes this Disney/Lucasfilm feminist and cultural Marxist Mary Sue Jedi princess propaganda garbagefest.
Someone with more talent and time needs to write about the separation of culture from a people and it being in the hands of the wealthy few to control and sell. Let Hollywood burn. And something about memory, continuity, story-telling, and something being "canonical." Can someone psychologically succeed in isolating the original trilogy from everything else that came after, and just hold on to that story? Maybe. Isn't culture just about entertaining the individual? But what if it is more than that?
The Softer Side of Violence | IAN STRIMBECK
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0045 What Motivates YOU? WIth Ian Strimbeck of Rune Nation
Wednesday, January 15, 2020
'The Lord of the Rings' has found its fellowship!— Rotten Tomatoes (@RottenTomatoes) January 14, 2020
Robert Aramayo, Nazanin Boniadi, Joseph Mawle, Owain Arthur, Ismael Cruz Cordova + more make up the cast of the upcoming Amazon series: pic.twitter.com/UtA9VpGtk6
There was no way the glory of Peter Jackson's "Lord of the Rings" trilogy could ever be recaptured, nor would he be allowed to cast the actors/actresses he did in the late 1990s without howls of protests. Cherish those films. https://t.co/LcRL5F52fU— VDARE (@vdare) January 15, 2020
“A woman may have certain aptitudes for finding commonalities, healing relationships with unity at heart,” she said. “I hope that my being a woman might reflect itself positively in this task, even if they are gifts that I certainly find in my male colleagues as well.”
CNA/CWR: Pope appoints first woman to managerial position in Secretariat of State
Di Giovanni, 66, was appointed undersecretary for the Section in Relations in States. She has worked as an official in the department for more than 25 years, with specialties including humanitarian law, communications, migrants and refugees, and the status of women, according to Vatican Media.
She will now work with Monsignor Miroslaw Wachowski, who also serves as undersecretary for the Section in Relations in States, but focuses on bilateral affairs. Di Giovanni’s field of multilateral affairs focuses on the interactions between inter-governmental organizations such as the United Nations.
Di Giovanni hails from Palermo, Italy. She has a degree in law and has worked for the Focolare Movement.
Pope appoints woman under-secretary in Vatican Secretariat of State
Pope Francis appoints Dr Francesca Di Giovanni as under-secretary in the Section for Relations with States. She will be coordinating the multilateral sector.
Tuesday, January 14, 2020
Monday, January 13, 2020
A review by Dr. Samuel Gregg, who is a liberal, of L’Islam: menace ou défi? by Dominique Rey
Looking into the Mirror of Islam by Dr. Samuel Gregg
A bishop shows how Islam’s growing presence in Europe is an opportunity for Catholics to rediscover and proclaim the truths of their faith
Texas Bishops Oppose Governor’s Curb on Refugee Settlement