Celibacy does not guarantee good priests any more than college degrees guarantee good employees. From the print edition:https://t.co/wvjcxSipr6— First Things (@firstthingsmag) January 17, 2021
Saturday, January 16, 2021
Hats off to this policeman. https://t.co/A5NP9mayQm— Andrew Davison (@AP_Davison) January 16, 2021
Chinese law professor Teng Biao, a victim of “severe torture” at the hands of Chinese authorities, said it is “high time for the world to stop appeasing the Chinese government and pay attention to human rights in China.”— Edward Pentin (@EdwardPentin) January 16, 2021
World Council of Churches (WCC) interim general secretary is inviting the global ecumenical family and friends to join the WCC for a livestreamed public prayer service on 25 January#orthodox_timeshttps://t.co/g47cpyL6fU— Orthodox Times (@orthodox_times) January 15, 2021
Did you know lean principles can be applied to farms? Ben Hartman of @ClayBottomFarm shows how he used #leanprinciples (developed for the Japanese auto industry) to improve efficiency and profitability on his #smallfarm. https://t.co/z8TDmMkWID pic.twitter.com/jpB0OrHJWb— Chelsea Green Publishing (@chelseagreen) January 16, 2021
NEW from Bradley Anderson: A new book takes stock of history's last stands - and draws questions about Americans' will to defend their nation today. https://t.co/lZ7y7kzMH9— The American Conservative (@amconmag) January 16, 2021
Gammas and nice Churchians like Dreher won't understand this.
Here's a fun thing y'all can all register for that will happen next Saturday. My Millennial colleague @herandrews and my Gen X self will speak ill of the Boomers in a live webcast about Helen's great new book. Sign up here: https://t.co/LnjaKQBQKT— Rod Dreher (@roddreher) January 15, 2021
A country "without a center of identity" is not a country at all. It's a soulless shopping mall. But people like Anand don't want that anyway. They want America to have an identity, just molded explicitly against everything white or Western https://t.co/LKJxeCOsFD— Pedro L. Gonzalez (@emeriticus) January 16, 2021
What do you call it when foreigners come to your country and want the identity and culture of the natives destroyed? 🤔
A Hidden Life, Patriotism, and a Rightly Ordered Love for America by K. B. Hoyle
President Trump has signed a bill expanding benefits for National Guard soldiers including maternity leave, scholarships and VA home loans. https://t.co/ZVGCpe77c0— SOFREP (@sofrepofficial) January 16, 2021
#BREAKING: Cardinal George Pell welcomed @Pontifex’s inclusion of lay women on the #Vatican’s economy council, saying he hopes “clear headed” women will help “sentimental males” do the right thing concerning Church finances.https://t.co/fhpoP210Cq— Bree A Dail (@breeadail) January 16, 2021
Those of us who understand the systemic crises we face have a special responsibility to build our own emotional resilience and to be open-minded so that we can help others in our communities.— Richard Heinberg (@richardheinberg) January 14, 2021
My newest piece, published this morning by @commondreams:https://t.co/9JwszXar4E
Friday, January 15, 2021
"Just as soil contains an ecosystem of microbes, nutrients and critters that need to be attended to and considered together, the solutions to climate change are also an ecosystem with different aspects that deserve attention as well." https://t.co/z0KroOwHut #OpEd— Civil Eats (@CivilEats) January 14, 2021
An excellent reflection on #FratelliTutti by @BishopBarron.— U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (@USCCB) January 14, 2021
If you still haven't read it, you can do so on the Vatican's website (https://t.co/iP9kMubewe) or in our bookstore (https://t.co/CkJ61of05V). https://t.co/oF8BHULByK
My girlfriend & I have officially become the freaks that will keep our Christmas tree up all January & I have zero shame about that ✌🏻🎄— Katie Pruitt (@KPmusik) January 16, 2021
What they need is not only a masculine asceticism that is relevant to them (and not monastics), an asceticism that is subordinated to their living out their duties to (and love of) family and of the tribe, but they need to be appreciated as men within the Church, which is not happening thanks to feminism, cultural misandry, and clericalism. Nor are they being appreciated when the institutional Church embraces a feminized worship with female ministers in addition to the male clerics. Women can survive with a worship that is more reason-centered (but doesn't neglect the emotions; rather the emotions serve reason) -- in fact, I bet they do better with a more "male" form of worship. But men cannot thrive at all with a form of worship that caters to emotions and sentimentalism.
We should stop using 1930s Germany as the benchmark for American political instability— and maybe start thinking about 1980s Uganda: https://t.co/mVPxbN6SZ0— Aris Roussinos (@arisroussinos) January 15, 2021
A Communion of Anxiety: Hookup Culture and the Impossible Horizon of the Future https://t.co/akC6hNPMes— Public Discourse (@PublicDiscourse) January 15, 2021
Will An Oil Price Spike Be The Next Blow To The Economy? https://t.co/9DlclNloFd— Peak Prosperity (@PeakProsperity) January 15, 2021
Hint: Kuleana is a Hawaiian word which is now a key part of public-health messages in Hawaii https://t.co/kGvJ4dgv46— Charles Hugh Smith (@chsm1th) January 15, 2021
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Wed., Jan. 27: We partner with the Center for American Studies @Columbia for a free online conversation about the future of America democracy, featuring @NicholasLemann, @PatrickDeneen, @EJDionne, and Michele Moody-Adams. Register here: https://t.co/Yd5JFMEsJ6— Library of America (@LibraryAmerica) January 15, 2021
"The USCCB, like many bureaucracies, is populated by well-qualified, well-intentioned, well-formed and hardworking people, but, perhaps by design, no single one of them feels definitively empowered to overcome the momentum of the whole." https://t.co/tKvXHgjTvp— JD Flynn (@jdflynn) January 13, 2021
And I have doubts about the motivations of people who seek work in bureaucracies.
Meet the new landlord. Bill Gates has a massive farm portfolio spanning 18 states & is now the largest owner of farmland in US. He’s reportedly interested in development & proliferation of “super crops” resistant to climate change & high-yield dairy cows.@landreport @Forbes pic.twitter.com/Jw1sx2wv6h— Reimagining Politics (@MeurerCommunity) January 15, 2021
Ryan T. Anderson to Become Next EPPC President https://t.co/RG0IVOf5ke via @EPPCdc Excellent news. Delighted to have Ryan as my successor. Look forward to working under his direction for years to come.— Ed Whelan (@EdWhelanEPPC) January 15, 2021
What did conservatives to prevent two generations of men being lost? Nothing.
Friends, seriously, I want you to listen carefully to these young guys inside the Capital. The Capital event involved more: men needing affectionate validation that they matter. Almost cried listening to this. Watch the hugging at the end. Long hugs. Why? pic.twitter.com/n5qP41HeOK— Anthony B. Bradley (@drantbradley) January 15, 2021
Mono-centric conurbation (the Progressive modern city) vs. Poly-centric federation (the traditional / medieval city) by Léon Krier. One machine scaled, one human scaled. pic.twitter.com/p9SXlMLwzQ— Wrath Of Gnon (@wrathofgnon) June 14, 2018
Thursday, January 14, 2021
A married friend just texted me: “The husband is the head by divine right because he is the slave by the natural order.” Love it.— Urban Hannon (@hannonregular) January 11, 2021
CWR Dispatch: Pope Francis and expanding lay ministries: A response to Fr. Stravinskas by Nicholas Senz
Some remarks on Spiritus Domini and the nature of “ministry”.
The formalization of women in the participation of these liturgical ministries merely takes the feminization of the patriarchate of Rome and its worship one step further, and the worship, which is the most important part of the life of the Church, will continue to alienate healthy men. But we know Latin bishops don't really care about bringing them back, not if it offends their false Gospel of feminism and egalitarianism. And so they reap the consequences they merit.
"I'm a normal man and I've stuck with Christianity. It's a problem with them." Let he who would say this subject himself and his relations with his wife and children to scrutiny by actual masculine men to determine if his claim is true.
The administration and faculty of Zaytuna College deserve high praise for offering Muslim young men and women a liberal arts education second to none--an education that draws on the best of the greatest traditions of religious and secular learning. https://t.co/tcKWflsjv7— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) January 14, 2021
Integralism Practical, Not Theoretical— Theopolis Institute (@_Theopolis) January 14, 2021
by: R.R. Reno
Jesus is Lord, and he reigns not just over “spiritual” matters but over all of life. But we need to make sure that theories of integralism do not get in the way of the Christian politics our age needs.https://t.co/VoufB82dEW
In theory, a strong nation-state would be a bulwark against globalism but what if the nation-state has already been captured by globalists and internationalists? What is one to do then? What does Reno advocate?
Opinions from women throughout the Catholic world have been divided in the wake of Pope Francis’s new law allowing them to hold a greater role at Mass, with some hailing it as an important step forward, and others saying it doesn’t change the status quo.https://t.co/7rTiMdy6oj— Crux (@Crux) January 15, 2021
Dreher: "I have every confidence that the Democrats, understandably outraged by all this, will massively overreach, and further radicalize the Right. We’re not talking about a minority here, the pro-Trump Right. We’re talking about tens of millions." https://t.co/l4CAeuByAN— The American Conservative (@amconmag) January 14, 2021
Autocephaly for national churches is an inadequate universal solution which respect to nation-states, as it will tend to reinforce and serve secular nationalism. A locus of churches in a city can be represented in council, but the Church should be moored primarily in a local political reality.
"More than machinery we need humanity. More than cleverness we need kindness and gentleness."— Schumacher Center for a New Economics (@Center4NewEcon) January 14, 2021
In our latest enewsletter, we share Charlie Chaplin's speech from The Great Dictator, which feels just as apropos today as in 1940. Read it in full below:https://t.co/XSHbzruzW7
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Pornography consumption is “largely irrelevant” to sexism. The long standing claims that it’s some kind of super stimulus and overriding influence were based on morality not how humans and values actually work. https://t.co/owAdNfYO3F— David J. Ley PhD (@DrDavidLey) January 13, 2021
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New Zealand, only member of the Five Eyes intelligence alliance (advanced Anglo nations) to sign onto Xi Jinping's Belt and Road Initiative—and enthusiastic importer of Wuhan lockdowns—refuses to join allies in condemning CCP atrocities in Hong Kong.https://t.co/fn3rCRn7tU— Michael P Senger (@MichaelPSenger) January 12, 2021
The American Empire preparing for conflict?
A small bureaucratic change at the Pentagon hints at a major shift for US special-operations units https://t.co/drZTzbOcLf via @businessinsider @1st_SF_Command @DavidMaxwell161 @arnelpdavid @AllBeretsMatter @RobinsonEricD— Irregular Warfare Podcast (@IrregWarfare) January 12, 2021
Albanian Republican Guard— Gjon Dreni (@DreniGjon) July 31, 2020
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“A subtext in Kreitner’s book is that the moral and procedural weakness in the creation of our Constitution continues to cause discontent up to the present day, even as the founding document serves as a national unifier of sorts.” https://t.co/YqFhxKZrap— Chronicles Magazine (@ChroniclesMag) January 14, 2021
The second does not follow from the first. Rather, the second is ersatz feminist ethics of care disguised as Christianity? Or just a female take on "encountering the other." Either way, it is the idealizing of female-to-female interaction, and is no different from the claim that women make friends more easily or women have more intimate friendships. All lies.
God overcomes the world's evil by taking it upon himself. This is also how we can lift others up: not by judging, not by suggesting what to do, but by becoming neighbours, empathizing, sharing God's love.— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) January 14, 2021
There are a lot of desperate people in America today. https://t.co/LtMzah99Ts— The American Conservative (@amconmag) January 14, 2021
All Dreher can offer is his brand of Christianity, not even a substantial "man up" call, which is what the young man needs. Find your tribe and build it up.
Wednesday, January 13, 2021
Perhaps the most important 10 minutes #ORFCGlobal so far from @HelenaNHodge @localfutures_ from 17 mins into the presentation. Too much to summarise here, but beautifully and calmly sums up the problem and the challenge ahead. Watch it now! 👇https://t.co/izrTTKBToB— Robert Fraser (@EscleyBrook) January 12, 2021
Please read this important message from the Joint Chiefs. pic.twitter.com/M65e43bLmW— USSOCOM (@USSOCOM) January 13, 2021
Joint Chiefs sent a memo to the Armed Forces urging them "to stay ready, keep your eyes on the horizon, and remain focused on the mission." https://t.co/4eGul0JJaU— SOFREP (@sofrepofficial) January 13, 2021
SCOOP: A Cupertino elementary school forces third-graders to deconstruct their racial and sexual identities, then rank themselves according to their “power and privilege.”— Christopher F. Rufo ⚔️ (@realchrisrufo) January 13, 2021
I've obtained exclusive whistleblower documents from inside the classroom. They will shock you. 🧵
Jack Murphy with Christopher Rufo:
NEW INTERVIEW:— Jack Murphy 🇺🇸 ⚔️ (@jackmurphylive) January 13, 2021
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Tuesday, January 12, 2021
A society is all the more human to the degree that it cares effectively for its most frail and suffering members, in a spirit of fraternal love. https://t.co/QerQ2QbOiz— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) January 12, 2021
What makes a society? If a criminal kidnaps families and enslaves them, has he created a society?
Fr. Daniel McCarthy, OSB speaks about the life and legacy of Fr. Reginald Foster, OCD, our generation’s foremost expert, teacher and champion of the Latin language.
Just as Mike Pence faithfully did his duty on Jan. 6, 2021, Joe Biden faithfully did his on Jan. 6, 2017. This should be remembered. He gaveled down Democratic objectors (Reps. Rayapal, Raskin, McGovern, Lee, others) to certification of the electoral vote. https://t.co/Qsl3askWxS— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) January 12, 2021
The Renaissance was fond of manuals, literally books that could be held easily in the hand. Newstok’s book is a manual in the very best sense of the word. It is intelligent, perceptive, readable, useful. - Matthew Stewart for @ubookman https://t.co/eLC0OSs3wz pic.twitter.com/KGuvPZ2qHa— Russell Kirk Center (@KirkCenter) January 8, 2021
Priorities, people. Don't look to academics for leadership or solutions to our political crisis because they are stuck in the mindset of preserving their job and financial security. They are not really fremen.
Listen in while Andrew Seeley discusses the ongoing revival of Catholic schools through classical curriculums. https://t.co/qyu3u0id2H— First Things (@firstthingsmag) January 12, 2021
Many bemoan the "profound failing of civic education at every level” but thank God that @McCormickProf is doing something about it! @jaypgreene @AlbertxCheng @hmatthewlee @professordunn @lindseymburke Importance of Civic Education in a Creedal Nation https://t.co/vK7PNIKtAT— Patrick Wolf (@P_Diddy_Wolf) January 12, 2021
@ScotBertram talks with Robert R. Reilly provides a defense of the founding with his recent book AMERICA ON TRIAL. And Derek Stauff, Assistant Professor of Music at @Hillsdale , tells us about the interesting life of George Frideric Handel.https://t.co/6IzEy2IwaH @IgnatiusPress— Mercer Co Outlook (@MercerCoOutlook) January 10, 2021
At the start of a new year, let me recommend an old book, The Supper of the Lamb by Robert Farrar Capon. A meditation on the unnecessary goodness of God. https://t.co/ZUfqaJ4Ipv— Jessica Hooten Wilson (@HootenWilson) January 5, 2021
Penguin Random House
Monday, January 11, 2021
In his new bestselling book, "One Billion Americans: The Case for Thinking Bigger," @mattyglesias makes the case for tripling the American population. If you've just gotta know more, check out this episode of The Strong Towns Podcast. https://t.co/2DOH1ySKyw— Strong Towns (@StrongTowns) January 10, 2021
I talked about The Prodigal Church on the @firstthingsmag podcast with @mark_bauerlein. How do we respond to the situation then-Father Ratzinger foresaw five decades ago--a smaller, "more spiritual" Church? Listen to the conversation here: https://t.co/AS48UAT2dt— Brandon McGinley (@brandonmcg) January 5, 2021
An excerpt from my book, The Prodigal Church, on Dylan vs. Lennon, the inescapability of service and worship, competing secular liturgies, and a vision for liturgical parish life beyond the Mass. https://t.co/oYwO0EbeXw— Brandon McGinley (@brandonmcg) December 4, 2020
Liturgy unites us with our fellow Catholics through space and time. We hear the same readings at Mass as our brothers and sisters in Tokyo or the terrorized Church in Nigeria. We pray the same Gloria and Sanctus and Agnus Dei that Christians have prayed for centuries, even if the language and musical settings have changed. And most importantly, in the Mass we share in the same Body and Blood of Christ, the victim of Calvary whose sacrifice unites all who take up their crosses and follow him.
A false identification of the patriarchate of Rome with the Church. Not all Catholics have the same readings or even the same liturgy every Sunday. And his is just a transformation of our "identity" in Christ into a sort of political identity which will serve political purposes. A remnant of Latin ecclesial imperialism.
Of the 31 books I read this year these are my best 9 reads that blew me away or made an impact on me, and there were plenty of worthy contenders to choose from that will stay with me:— Deborah Erwin (@debserwin) December 31, 2020
Shameless: A Sexual Reformation by @Sarcasticluther
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This is what I would like to recreate for my descendants with an exclusive, independent community of quality people who are also close to my ethnicity.— Coach Noah Revoy | 5GW Arms Dealer For The Soul (@NoahRevoy) January 11, 2021
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In 3 generations we are all family.
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“None of us is likely to practice due diligence in finding out the truth if our hearts are not properly oriented, if we’re not primarily actuated by the double love of God and our neighbor.” https://t.co/yz3mRG5FNA— Grace Olmstead (@gracyolmstead) January 11, 2021
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Is not a return to monarchy or an imperial papacy...
Livestock farming has been a central target in the battle against climate chaos, but is cutting lifespan the best way to reduce carbon emissions?— SusFoodTrust (@SusFoodTrust) January 11, 2021
Harriet Child argues for a more holistic approach to agriculture, centred on #biodiversity and #soil healthhttps://t.co/FtT0tqOvmR
What kind of #livestock is part of the solution?— SusFoodTrust (@SusFoodTrust) January 11, 2021
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As a kind of follow up to my homily this weekend, I did a blog post for PrayTell on preaching and division: https://t.co/ADTVH3xSBV— Fritz Bauerschmidt (@BauerschmidtC) January 11, 2021
Decentralize.— Justin Amash (@justinamash) January 10, 2021
Lew Rockwell goes further and advocates secession:
2) Now one MUST wonder: what abt those on the left who also called for violent insurrection agst elected govmnt?— Nassim Nicholas Taleb (@nntaleb) January 11, 2021
Perhaps there is something about right wing-racial supremacist weirdoes that is especially dangerous, or morally repelling compared to rebellion by race victims.
It is striking that the Lord spent most of his time on Earth living an ordinary life, without standing out. It is a beautiful message that reveals the greatness of daily life, the importance in God's eyes of every gesture and moment of life, even the most simple.— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) January 11, 2021
In his first comments since President Donald Trump supporters stormed the Capitol Building in protest of the 2020 election this past Wednesday, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York, condemned the president for instigating the behavior.https://t.co/MUxXhI9dqL— Crux (@Crux) January 11, 2021
In a clear break with Tradition but in keeping with changes/novelties since the Second Vatican Council, #PopeFrancis issues decree admitting women to ministries of lector and acolyte https://t.co/DUqqe5Gpz9— Edward Pentin (@EdwardPentin) January 11, 2021
Pope Francis changes the Code of Canon Law to institutionalize what is already allowed in practice: the access of lay women to the service of the Word and the Altar.https://t.co/oB52b0273Z— Vatican News (@VaticanNews) January 11, 2021
Sunday, January 10, 2021
#BREAKING: @Pontifex promotes #COVID19 vaccines for all.— Bree A Dail (@breeadail) January 10, 2021
"I believe that, ethically, everyone must take the vaccine...”
Exclusive interview with Italian journalist @FabioMRagona will air tonight.
Follow me for real-time reporting from Rome. pic.twitter.com/gfWUfdZy4E
“May the Immaculate Virgin, Patroness of the United States of America help to keep alive the culture of encounter, the culture of care, as the main way to build the common good together." Pope Francis https://t.co/eJXvShT1sP— Catholic News Agency (@cnalive) January 10, 2021
I am praying for the United States of America, shaken by the recent attack on Congress. I pray for those who lost their life. Violence is always self-destructive. I urge everyone to promote a culture of encounter and of care to construct the common good.— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) January 10, 2021
He knows this is the case and yet he advances a different notion of fraternity, one that is not grounded in incorporation in Christ.
This is the great meaning of #Christmas: God becomes man so that we can become children of God.— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) January 10, 2021
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Guess Amazon didn’t like that a new book critical of RBG-style autonomy feminism was outpacing its pro-RBG rivals. So they moved my book-an intellectual history& philosophical&legal critique-out of Gender and the Law to...Christian Living/Women. There, it will not threaten. https://t.co/siBpRH3tj2— Erika Bachiochi (@erikabachiochi) January 5, 2021
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