In fact, capitalism and vice are the twin motors of modernity, two sides of the same coin. The essence of virtue is restraint. Restraint does not make for large profits. So all of our God-given natural capacities are distended, corrupted and exploited to serve mammon.— Capel Lofft (@CapelLofft) October 9, 2020
Saturday, October 31, 2020
James Martin holds heretical views that are leading young men to burn. No one, most of all a bishop should endorse his work on any topic. pic.twitter.com/aBrSXVI2kS— Austin Ruse / Trump is winning (@austinruse) October 31, 2020
Can we stop pretending Bishop Barron is someone we should be listening to? Please? https://t.co/gFKmHI44PI— Stefanie Lozinski (Nicholas) (@StefMLozinski) October 31, 2020
Mike Fowler claims the character of warfare has changed. Do you agree? https://t.co/6N2BxBzZ3c— Irregular Warfare Podcast (@IrregWarfare) October 27, 2020
This part of war hasn't changed:
Part three of a three-part series by Brandon Webb about friendship, loss and the journey of moving on while honoring the memory of the fallen. https://t.co/OTXJkijVS9— SOFREP (@sofrepofficial) October 26, 2020
I get a lot of requests for reading recommendations, so I’ve created a new Instagram account for those looking for book specific content and information. Last October’s selections below. https://t.co/QBufRjyGqo pic.twitter.com/qb1JOyG01M— Jack Carr (@JackCarrUSA) October 26, 2020
From last year:
🔥— Brian Carroll 2020 (@BrianCarrollASP) October 28, 2020
"I’ve been told that voting third party is a privilege. I solemnly agree. I am using my privilege to vote for a future America, one in which we have more morally and politically acceptable major party candidates. We can do so much better."
Catholic Hoos at UVa
NCReg: Bishop of Richmond Dedicates New Church at University of Virginia and University of Virginia is Getting a Church That Looks Like a Church
$10.6 million for a bare church, though the architecture is more traditional than Latin modernist monstrosities. They could have set aside $1 or $2 million for some proper iconography?
I really enjoyed spending time on @Timcast IRL last night.— Christopher F. Rufo ⚔️ (@realchrisrufo) October 31, 2020
We dug into the details on critical race theory, Asian-American excellence, and the repressive political culture of the major cities.
Give it a spin.https://t.co/KaYZGt3F3X
Report reveal that unarmed Afghan civilians and prisoners were shot or had their throats slit by some Australian special operations soldiers. https://t.co/MNAFY2iuo7— SOFREP (@sofrepofficial) October 31, 2020
Friends, please watch this short clip from my upcoming “Bishop Barron Presents” discussion with @RubinReport, in which we talk about the importance of drawing together people from across the religious and political spectrum.— Bishop Robert Barron (@BishopBarron) October 31, 2020
Watch on YouTube on Nov 2: https://t.co/CvZ8Ygg4Jq pic.twitter.com/YSTGt4UdT9
Today marks 55 years since #NostraAetate. Always struck me as a profoundly beautiful document, one that made me fall in love with Catholicism. Was able to talk to some bright UD students about it in Rome a few years back. My thoughts on this great text. https://t.co/0MQlGH3X0Q— Fr. Joshua J. Whitfield (@frjoshTX) October 29, 2020
Pope's Acceptance of Homosexuality Reveals the Dark Core of Roman Catholicism
A. I. Osipov: It turns out that today the Pope is questioning the most fundamental principles of morality, moral Christian teaching. And this is not surprising, because, starting with Pope John XXIII (he died back in 1963), all subsequent popes used the same phrase, which no one had ever used before them (before John XXIII). And, of course, Pope Francis repeats this with special force and emphasis.
N. Bulchuk: And what is this phrase?
A. I. Osipov: The fact is that John XXIII was the first to visit the Roman synagogue, and to the whole world he said: "You are our elder brothers." Moreover, here we are not talking about Jews, but about Judaism, for which Jesus Christ is a false messiah. Because he calls people to the Kingdom of God, which “is within us,” and not to the Kingdom of God, which people dream of building on the earth. So, all these are natural steps. Francis right now declares: he directly declares, this is again an unprecedented statement: "We and the Jews believe in one God." What does this phrase indicate? That Christ is no one for Francis! You and we believe in what God? In Jesus Christ, who is the Image of the Invisible God. Here, He, God, appeared in the form most accessible to human knowledge! .. Now think about what Francis says: "We have one god with the Jews." That is, it is possible to believe in “one god” without recognizing Christ? Calling Christ a false messiah? So, you see, how dogmatic or (which is more understandable for the general public) doctrinal truths to what extent are connected with the moral teaching of Christianity. And now ... Pope Francis has repeatedly, in hints, around and around, based on the context, expressed his point of view on this issue. But now he openly declared his opinion. And this, of course, excited a lot of people. But I would urge you not to be surprised and look at his personal spiritual state: how he demonstrates his humility in front of the whole world, in front of cameras, for example, kissing the feet of refugees or blacks, as well as other ostentatious "forces" that he throws out. So much for the Vatican! It’s time, perhaps, for the Orthodox to pay serious attention to this.
N. Bulchuk: But immediately the figure of Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew comes to mind, who has recently been very close to Pope Francis ...
A. I. Osipov: Lately he has been flying to Rome every now and then, and only communicates with the Roman prelates. And by this he most obviously demonstrates his spirit. You see what a danger stands before us, before Orthodoxy! After all, this, it would seem, is Constantinople, the primordial Church, and what is it doing! It is no accident, by the way, that Constantinople has recently taken not only such a position, but has essentially gone into schism: this is what it means - communion with the spirit of the world, with the spirit of Catholicism!
The Christians of the East are helpful guides in visual worship. Orthodox bishop and theologian Kallistos Ware explains: “an Orthodox act of liturgical prayer is unthinkable without the presence of icons.” https://t.co/9O0UYaboXO— Fr. Barnabas Powell (@FrBarnabas) October 30, 2020
📹HIGHLIGHTS | Fr. Michael McGivney, founder of the @KofC, was beatified Oct. 31, at the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Hartford, Connecticut. After his portrait was unveiled, little Michael McGivney Schachle, presented his relic. pic.twitter.com/hIhRTcx9nd— Catholic News Agency (@cnalive) October 31, 2020
Institutional churches will continue to lose millenials and Gen Z.
Friends, inspired in part by the digital evangelization efforts of @WordOnFire, Daniel Philpott and Jessica Keating of @NotreDame have created a college course called "Why the Church? Making the Case for Catholicism to Millennials.” Learn more: https://t.co/VJX6ELH8G0— Bishop Robert Barron (@BishopBarron) October 31, 2020
By stoking a visceral hatred of Armenians – because that is how modern Azerbaijani nationalism expresses itself – these Washington neocons would endanger one of the last remaining Christian communities in the Middle East. https://t.co/AtMNNrMcvC— Eurasianet (@EurasiaNet) October 31, 2020
I received "The Cancer Code" by @drjasonfung. I have no interest in cancer yet I am devouring it. Fund has a systematic, incredibly clear (yet exhaustive) exposition of the topic. It is a delight to see such clarity of mind!— Nassim Nicholas Taleb (@nntaleb) October 31, 2020
He gets how the fake appeal of genetics set us back. pic.twitter.com/y8z02fVYiM
I just finished reading @kkdumez's Jesus and John Wayne. While she only tells one side of the story, she tells the side that has been neglected. Looking backwards to the presidency of Roosevelt, she traces the historical rise of militancy, patriarchy, and powerful machismo (cont)— Jessica Hooten Wilson (@HootenWilson) October 27, 2020
NPR: 'Jesus And John Wayne' Explores Christian Manhood — And How Belief Can Bolster Trump
W.W. Nortion and Company
and author's webpage
‘Jesus and John Wayne’ untangles gender messages in white evangelical circles by Chrissy Stroop
Farmer Stephanie of our @mystlukes #organic farm discusses how she and her team bring our “#food is medicine” philosophy to life. Read more about the the 12-acre farm-to-hospital operation: https://t.co/1zDzVdWtHB— Rodale Institute (@RodaleInstitute) October 30, 2020
Conventional, grain-finished, grass-finished, pasture-raised, grassfed…what does any of it mean? In their latest blog, Savory Hub @whiteoakpasture offers a side-by-side comparison of what differs between the industrial model and a holistic grazing model. https://t.co/9Ebq0zfHgD— Savory Institute (@SavoryInstitute) October 30, 2020
Here’s a first look at our ‘Bushes and Briars’ programme which premieres this Sunday. We recorded several arrangements of folk songs from around the British Isles, including the trad English tune, The Oak and the Ash. Thanks to @PozNote for the clip! https://t.co/QIQIgjDLTo— The Gesualdo Six (@TheGesualdoSix) October 30, 2020
NO, Great Reset implements Stakeholder "Capitalism", aka Fascism, which was the coded objective of the UN since 1947. https://t.co/WLZuyC39dL— WestonAPrice-London 🏴 #KBF (@WAPFLondon) October 31, 2020
An opportunity for conspiracy theorists to indulge...
Wm Banting published "Letter On Corpulence." He had lost 85 lbs on high fat, carb-restricted diet. British Medical Journal & Lancet said Banting's diet could be dangerous: "We advise Mr Banting & everyone of his kind, not to meddle with medical literature again."— Alan Watson (@DietHeartNews) October 31, 2020
French lawyer and gourmand Brillant-Savarin publishes "The Physiology of Taste," in which he says he has identified the cure for obesity: "More or less rigid abstinence from everything that is starchy or floury."— Alan Watson (@DietHeartNews) October 31, 2020
RIP to the actor and former @RoyalNavy Sailor, Sir Sean Connery, who has died aged 90. He served in the RN before becoming one of its most famous fictional commanders, James Bond. Sean Connery: James Bond actor dies aged 90 https://t.co/x8HWQfjWol pic.twitter.com/oQzVfKwOgN— On This Day RN (@OnthisdayRN) October 31, 2020
Every day on set with #SeanConnery was an object lesson in how to act on screen. But all that charisma and power- that was utterly unique to Sean . RIP that great man , that great actor . https://t.co/W8MQrFYlJ0— Sam Neill (@TwoPaddocks) October 31, 2020
Obituary: Sir Sean Connery, the award-winning actor who will be forever identified with 007 https://t.co/rzvL70uenx— BBC Breaking News (@BBCBreaking) October 31, 2020
I'm delighted to be included in @jeff_bilbro's roundup, and if you like my piece on a feminism of interdependence, I'm building a substack community of likeminded women: https://t.co/MtiuIw7kL9— Leah Libresco Sargeant (@LeahLibresco) October 31, 2020
(a new email goes out this afternoon) https://t.co/MIxsLlFiIa
I had the joy of interviewing @BauerschmidtC about his beautiful book *The Love That Is God* on the Theomagination Podcast. It's available everywhere, but here's the Apple Podcast link: https://t.co/maecF9XOiG pic.twitter.com/omB5mc5fB2— Phil Aud (@philaud) October 30, 2020
Our #musicvideo for “This Land Is Your Land” is out now. Directed by Samuel Bayer. 👀: https://t.co/bZLPMfyjBb. Digital single coming 11/06. #thislandisyourland #thislandismyland pic.twitter.com/t9zlBWWF3x— The Avett Brothers (@theavettbros) October 30, 2020
Friday, October 30, 2020
spotify - Roots of Change
Celebrity chef & farmer Duskie Estes, rancher Kathy Webster and farmer Sarah Silva launched the Bay Area Ranchers Cooperative (BAR C) to support local livestock producers providing safe, healthy meat to a growing market.
Did you miss it? Check out this great @QuincyInst discussion about the military, a possible contested election, and cities getting ready for protests. WATCH : https://t.co/MRC7rLLGAN pic.twitter.com/PqDE2M8FXS— Quincy Institute (@QuincyInst) October 29, 2020
Viktor Orban has hosted him, one of his books is de rigueur in the Trump White House.— Haaretz.com (@haaretzcom) October 30, 2020
How Jerusalem-based Yoram Hazony, an archconservative theoretician, became the house intellectual of the world’s nationalistic circles https://t.co/NLeyT7WjAE
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: change that comes from the top down tends to be orderly but dumb. Change that comes from the bottom up tends to be chaotic but smart. https://t.co/qNI3CT6Wm1— Strong Towns (@StrongTowns) October 29, 2020
A positive side effect of the #pandemic: families are delaying children. Contraception use is up 50% in the US. Curbing global population growth—especially in overdeveloped countries like America—is essential for resolving the #ClimateEmergency.https://t.co/m4kGs4b1va #degrowth— Worldwatch Institute (@Worldwatch) October 30, 2020
Facing protests across the country after a court ruling prohibiting abortion for fetal abnormalities, the president of #Poland said Oct. 30 he would propose a bill permitting abortion in cases of fatal fetal abnormality. https://t.co/QMow6EBYmG— Catholic News Agency (@cnalive) October 30, 2020
BREAKING: Abp. Viganò warns Trump about ‘Great Reset’ plot to ‘subdue humanity,’ destroy freedom https://t.co/H3rs7NeFA2— LifeSite Catholic (@LSNCatholic) October 30, 2020
New article up at The Washington Post, to be published in the Sunday paper.— Richard Hanania (@RichardHanania) October 29, 2020
Why there will be no second American civil war. Americans are polarized, but research suggests we're highly unlikely to ever start killing each other over our differences. https://t.co/4zvHEvLxPB
#linkingarmswitheachother Wise words grounded in hopefulness come easily to @HelenaNHodge founder and director of @EconofHappiness organization and Joanna Macy, #environmentalactivist #author, a scholar of Buddhism, general systems theory, and #deepecology. And, we get to listen. https://t.co/mFFS82n9lZ— Local Prosperity (@ProsperityLocal) October 29, 2020
Please plan to join Matriarch, @zhaabowekwe, @CoriBush, and other fierce progressive women for our exclusive strategy summit on Class & Feminism TOMORROW 6 - 9 PM ET— Matriarch (@MatriarchOrg) October 29, 2020
Reserve your tix now: https://t.co/jD4k0wVbaA#MatriarchSummit2020 pic.twitter.com/Ae2PCs0Tqp
Wasn't able to tune in to @GeorgeMonbiot's Schumacher Lecture on Sunday? Or maybe you're ready to give it another listen?— Schumacher Center for a New Economics (@Center4NewEcon) October 29, 2020
The lecture is now available as a podcast, accessible on most streaming platforms, including Apple Podcasts and Spotify!https://t.co/zVnncAb8lR
Thank you to A ROUGH CUT WOODWORKS for this incredible cutting board! Knife is from @NWKnifeWorks, grill is from @TraegerGrills and salmon was caught by my wife in British Columbia @LangaraFishing. https://t.co/dFmRnK7onR pic.twitter.com/Lzex18lYmJ— Jack Carr (@JackCarrUSA) October 29, 2020
Looking for a custom cutting board?— Jack Carr (@JackCarrUSA) October 29, 2020
The blade is from @NWKnifeWorks
My wife caught this salmon off Langara Island just south of Alaska off the northern tip of British Columbia’s Haida Gwaii archipelago with @LangaraFishing pic.twitter.com/tXUSYnfo5Q
"We are hoping that more #LGBT people in the military can bravely stand up, because our military is very open-minded. In matters of love, everyone will be treated equally,” said Army Lieutenant Chen Ying-hsuan on her wedding day. #Taiwan https://t.co/3zYlFVGjx7— RTHK English News (@rthk_enews) October 30, 2020
Growing dominance of "Blue Lives Matter" flag w/in Trumpism suggests a formation close to but not identical w/ both white nationalism & police state: I'll call it "police nationalism." Identity founded on fetishization of an explicitly brutal & implicitly racist idea of policing.— Jeff Sharlet (@JeffSharlet) October 29, 2020
Claiming that "Women [...] have never had a fair shot to get ahead in this country" (even when he and Obama led it for 8 yrs?!), Biden promises an "aggressive & comprehensive plan to further women’s economic and physical security." Guess who'll pay for it?https://t.co/mcdkTn4sOW— Janice Fiamengo (@JaniceFiamengo) October 29, 2020
This afternoon, the @SantaClaraUniv administration sent this email regarding a diversity meeting the night before in which a Campus Safety Officer displayed a blue lives matter emblem behind him. The school has labeled this an incident of racial hatred. pic.twitter.com/vivOSMWidN— Santa Clara University College Republicans (@SCU_CR) October 29, 2020
Thursday, October 29, 2020
Nessel’s argument for a gun ban in the state capitol is that without it, it’s “only a matter of time” before armed insurgents “take out an entire chamber of legislators in a minute.”— Tim Gradous (@tgradous) October 29, 2020
Via @BearingArmsCom https://t.co/2VboEI8jVA
“He feared for his life and asked if he could enter the US consulate to seek asylum.”— Fight For Freedom. Stand With Hong Kong. 重光團隊 (@Stand_with_HK) October 27, 2020
Today's several arrests is a grim reminder that Hong Kong's National Security Law is designed to rule through fear, with the goal of killing our ability to think freely.https://t.co/df3nfprqxe
"As we continue to seek the release of Tony Chung, Andy Li, the 12 & every other political prisoner, let us remember: We are the 12. We are Tony. We could be next if we don’t fight"— Benedict Rogers 羅傑斯 (@benedictrogers) October 30, 2020
International lifeboat for HK urgently needed｜Benedict Rogers https://t.co/tDYu8Cp8hD #蘋果日報
Episode 114: Lilianne Mujica-Parodi talks about how diet and ketones affect brain aging https://t.co/YIuVa7M6D3— Robb Wolf (@robbwolf) October 29, 2020
A new study in @alzdemjournals shows that an #MCT drink produces #ketosis and improves brain function, potentially treating #dementia. Research is early, but these results are more promising than most drugs! https://t.co/DLZqiV0OsM— Bret Scher, MD (@bschermd) October 29, 2020
"I think that genes are way less important than we think, and lifestyle is way more important than we think. How we eat, sleep, live, love and exercise makes the biggest difference of all," says Dr. @AliciaArbaje for @businessinsider. https://t.co/4l1UlyiaQh— Aging Mastered (@AgingMastered) October 29, 2020
New research shows how "the #soil is a critically important microbial reservoir, given its direct connection to food security, nutrient and water retention, and the global carbon budget."https://t.co/6UNYoWK19d— Regeneration Int'l (@regeneration_in) October 29, 2020
For @janekleeb, the founder and president of Bold Alliance and chair of the Nebraska Democratic Party, winning in rural areas is a simple matter of showing up and making an investment in rural areas—two things that have yet to happen on a serious scale. https://t.co/xW6ALuDxM9— Civil Eats (@CivilEats) October 29, 2020
From households to congress, fewer and fewer people are sitting down together to share meals—a ritual that helps people build trust, cooperation, and strong communities. Here are a few ways to reactivate the practice, even in socially distanced times. https://t.co/v25IjxZbbm— Strong Towns (@StrongTowns) October 28, 2020
“For young women hoping to succeed in law—or in medicine, academia, the media or any other elite profession—Barrett would remind them that there is no one “correct” way for a woman to think. ” - @McCormickProf https://t.co/GGXCDEe5Ms— Social Trends Inst. (@SocialTrendsNY) October 29, 2020
We are proud to present our new Podcast "Orthodox Morphosis".— Trisagionfilms (@TrisagionFilms) October 29, 2020
In thisseries we will explore the Holy Orthodox Church with Fr. Panayiotis Papageorgiou whose many years of experience and education provides us with the perfect opportunity to learn.
This essay is so so great. A beautiful celebration of Sr. Thea Bowman's challenge to the Catholic Church, alongside those of Toni Morrison & Louise Erdrich. An incisive critique of the *white* Catholic imagination embodied by Flannery O'Connor. Thank you, @TiaPhD. Read it, y'all. https://t.co/YunO2KeITj— Matthew J. Cressler (@mjcressler) October 28, 2020
Bishop Robert W. McElroy of San Diego: “To say that abortion is the pre-eminent issue in a particular political season is to reduce the common good, in effect, to one issue." https://t.co/RVUC8t5vFW— James Martin, SJ (@JamesMartinSJ) October 29, 2020
Ismail, the goal of extremists is, among other things, to divide us. You are right. We mustn't let it happen. We are brothers. To fellow Catholics, please do not tar Islam itself or Muslims as a group with guilt for the crimes of violent radicals. That is unfair and un-Christian. https://t.co/bbOjB6fE4B— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) October 29, 2020
My friend @cphumphrey at @LawLiberty argues that the Wars of Religion are a better analogue to our present discontent—a contest between competing civil religions, with competing visions of the nation and of justice—than is the American Civil War.https://t.co/5XsjgHSmpc— Pavlos Papadopoulos (@pleonidasp) October 29, 2020
I am close to the Catholic community of #Nice, mourning the attack that sowed death in a place of prayer and consolation. I pray for the victims, for their families and for the beloved French people, that they may respond to evil with good.— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) October 29, 2020
L’islamisme est un fanatisme monstrueux qui doit être combattu avec force et détermination. Il n’arrêtera pas sa guerre. Nous africains le savons hélas trop bien. Les barbares sont toujours les ennemis de la paix. L’Occident, aujourd’hui la France, doit le comprendre. Prions. +RS— Cardinal R. Sarah (@Card_R_Sarah) October 29, 2020
Is the World Economic Forum now suggesting that any opponents of its #NewWorldOrder ideology, such as those who have “perceptions of government overreach,” are right-wing global terrorists? #GreatReset #Davos2021 #COVID19 @wef https://t.co/iYHeFODJkB— Edward Pentin (@EdwardPentin) October 29, 2020
Coming up! A superstar studded panel of scholars discussing constitutional issues that might arise in, or in the wake of, Tuesday's general election--an election in which anything can happen, and probably will. Akhil Amar, Brandice Canes-Wrone, Bradley Smith, Allen Guelzo. https://t.co/e8YNV7izNZ— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) October 29, 2020
🇻🇦The Vatican just renewed its agreement with China.— Gladden Pappin (@gjpappin) October 29, 2020
The deep theological & political reasons behind the Vatican's approach are rarely discussed.@Vermeullarmine & I lay out reasons for the agreement in today's @nypost https://t.co/Jr99ijJd1H
Actually, having two different jurisdictional orders for the same territory is very much possible. Juridical "neatness" at the expense of what is pastorally wise is a problem. But apologists for the papal centralism prefer juridical "neatness." Even Latins recognize that the supreme law of the Church is charity, and the good of Christians overrides all other considerations, even "ecclesiastical neatness." Who in Rome consulted the underground bishops in China for their opinions?
Anthony Clark's latest at least offers both sides of the argument: China’s Catholic Leviathan: Jesuits and the Sino-Vatican Agreement. But the affirmative is still wrong: full communion with the bishop of Rome is not the highest good.
I can’t wait for this issue to come out so I can share my piece on feminism, illiberalism, and the dignity of dependence with all y’all. https://t.co/qLBHDrRmM9— Leah Libresco Sargeant (@LeahLibresco) October 29, 2020
Are you still looking for something to sing at Mass this weekend? @Americaeditor wrote ’America, My Country’ as a new, nonpartisan national hymn, in the hope that music could help heal our political divisions.— America Magazine (@americamag) October 29, 2020
Listen here and share with your pastor:https://t.co/vr6d6tiauI
I am close to the Catholic community of #Nice, mourning the attack that sowed death in a place of prayer and consolation. I pray for the victims, for their families and for the beloved French people, that they may respond to evil with good.— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) October 29, 2020
#myOCN is a proud media partner of #Byzanfest. An Orthodox Christian film festival. View short films and feature-lengths on-demand now from until 11/8. Streaming for only 2 weeks!https://t.co/h8vAfineKS#orthodoxchristian #LiveOrthodoxy #film #videos #media— OCN (@MyOCN) October 28, 2020
Disappointing to see that certain Marxists still misunderstand what #Degrowth is about. There is much in common between Degrowth and Marxism; strawmanning each other is a waste of (scarce) energy. Instead: let's work together!— Timothée Parrique (@timparrique) October 28, 2020
peek ✨ for tomorrow’s episode on crab mentality: the toxic thought of dragging each other down and the “there can only be one” notion that’s prevalent in our asian communities.— made in (@immadein_) October 27, 2020
joined by @Rise_Tribe’s @abbyalbino and Mark Vallena who talk about empowering Filipino youth. pic.twitter.com/5nhtrfnfbr
"One day I woke up and realized that the only passion I had at all for my Catholic faith was anger. That’s it. No love of Christ, no charity for anyone, no joy, nothing: just anger. That’s when I knew it was over." https://t.co/w6cF1OLLLM— The American Conservative (@amconmag) October 28, 2020
Wednesday, October 28, 2020
The #GreatReset is a predatory economic reform with a religious overtone. It's an extremely ambitious plan of restructuring both the world’s economy—and the very notion of what it means to be alive. No one human has a good reason to go along. https://t.co/3N6qBxPJM6— Tessa Lena a.k.a. Tessa Fights Robots ❤️ (@TessaMakesLove) October 28, 2020
Had such an enjoyable conversation with @ProfTimNoakes ☺️ we chatted all things Twitter, Optimism, Hydration on Low-carb diets and more.— Josh Snyman (@josh_snyman) October 28, 2020
Please enjoy:https://t.co/Te8e652M2S#lowcarb #ketodiet #fasting
... The Catholic Church doesn't say it's OK to kill people convicted of murder as long as you let millions of unborn live.— Dawn Eden Goldstein: Wear a Mask/Stop the Spread (@DawnofMercy) October 28, 2020
And the Church doesn't say it's OK to separate migrant kids from parents--FOREVER--because the blood of 60,000,000 aborted children cries from the ground...
...In fact, the Church teaches that Jesus would have given his life for you if you were the only person in the world.— Dawn Eden Goldstein: Wear a Mask/Stop the Spread (@DawnofMercy) October 28, 2020
So use your vote to elect the candidate most likely to support "the dignity of the human person and the common good of all" (p. 6: https://t.co/egX7GkvIJ0). ...
Did they study Ratzinger and the CDF for moral theology at the seminary?
My dad is a BAD ASS in the truest form but the thing that’s so interesting about him to me.... he’s an anti-mansplainer. He never seems to feel the need to tell the world all that he knows & has done. For me, he’s an incredible example of healthy masculinity and true leadership.— Michaela Anne (@MyMichaelaAnne) October 28, 2020
Animals with maximum outdoor access are able to express much more natural behaviour than when housed, leading to improved animal welfare. More here 👉https://t.co/jsUPpYbbO2 @OrgResCent #animalhealthandwelfare pic.twitter.com/T1tAkg4HG6— Agricology (@agricology) October 28, 2020
More on regenerative agriculture:
In case you missed it, our own Chris Kerston joined the @BiomimicryInst last week for a panel discussion on how the fashion industry must switch to a regenerative model that builds soil, boosts biodiversity, and cleans up existing pollution in the process. https://t.co/pSrj1xp8Cc— Savory Institute (@SavoryInstitute) October 28, 2020
@BenCoodeAdams wants to find alternatives to the plastic film his fruit farm currently uses to suppress #weeds. He's part of an @IFarmers field lab exploring alternatives; comparing commercially available non-degradable & biodegradable solutions 👉 https://t.co/ZwIRlwfo8h #mulch— Agricology (@agricology) October 27, 2020
In many farm families, land is passed to their sons.— National Farmers Union (@NFUDC) October 28, 2020
As a result, agriculture is a less accessible career for women - particularly queer women who don’t have the option to marry a male farmer w/land.
We discussed this on our blog a few months ago: https://t.co/3wk6XRiRdW https://t.co/4nncAMrkqy
San Francisco is preparing to deploy new unarmed mobile units comprised of paramedics, peer support counselors and mental health professionals — not police officers — to respond to most calls for people in psychiatric or substance abuse crises.https://t.co/qb4WYm6r0C— NPR (@NPR) October 28, 2020
As Royal Marines, past and present, prepare to celebrate the 356 Corps Birthday the recruits of 294 prepare for the final Commando test @CommandoTRG and join the ranks on the future Royal Marines. #EDEYB pic.twitter.com/vU5NpZIziB— Regimental Sergeant Major CTCRM (@rossw2795) October 28, 2020
Today we will be honoring the life and legacy of Staff Sgt. Ronald Shurer II.— 3rd Special Forces Group 🇺🇸 (@3rdSFGroup) October 27, 2020
Ron was a Medal of Honor recipient, devoted father, loving husband, and 3rd Group family forever.
The funeral mass will be live-streamed by the church starting at 1200 at https://t.co/tuqO2tMxkd 1/2
'An Unprecedented Man:' Medal of Honor Recipient Ron Shurer Laid to Rest at Arlington https://t.co/rSBU8o0AuG— Military.com (@Militarydotcom) October 28, 2020
Friends and family gathered today for Mass services and then interment at @ArlingtonNatl for Staff Sgt. Ron Shurer II, Medal of Honor recipient, 3rd SFG (A) member and @SecretService agent.— 3rd Special Forces Group 🇺🇸 (@3rdSFGroup) October 28, 2020
We will always remember Ron and his love, selfless service, and heroic actions.
Medal of Honor recipient former Special Forces Staff Sgt. Ronald J. Shurer II was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery yesterday. A hero to our nation, we will never forget his service and sacrifice. https://t.co/QBcmdh6Hkv— USSOCOM (@USSOCOM) October 28, 2020
Special Agent and Medal of Honor Recipient Ronald J. Shurer II was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery today. Thank you for your life of service Special Agent Shurer, we have the watch from here. pic.twitter.com/KkOFPwOF2M— U.S. Secret Service (@SecretService) October 27, 2020
Staff Sgt. Ronald J. Shurer II is a hero to all in this great Nation. He was a father, husband, Soldier, and a Medal of Honor recipient. His bravery will not be forgotten. pic.twitter.com/QT4zvotz64— SecArmy (@SecArmy) October 28, 2020
Soldiers of The Old Guard had the sacred duty of rendering final honors for @USArmy Staff Sgt. Ronald J. Shurer II in @ArlingtonNatl. Shurer was awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions with the @3rdSFGroup during the Battle of Shok Valley in Afghanistan. pic.twitter.com/YlrZNIP4RU— The Old Guard (@USArmyOldGuard) October 27, 2020