Eric Scheske makes the case in the first of a two-part series of original, thoughtful posts today.
This is totally silly, but I can’t help myself.
Donna sent along this hilarious link and I find myself (and my kids) hopelessly mesmerized by goofy, singing horses (click on the horses to start and stop them).
Who says the internet is a time waster?
While the discussion about Sarah Palin and the Politics of Motherhood continues at Faith & Family Live! and the media speculates about what we will hear from Palin herself at the Republican convention tonight, here are a couple of related links:
Palin Refused to Choose: from the editors at the National Catholic Register
Mom for VP: my latest column at Inside Catholic
Have you been following watching the news and following the discussions of John McCain’s running mate Sarah Palin on blogs and in the news? Me too!
Come on over to Faith & Family Live! and tell me what you think.
Rebecca Teti has posted a great little video over at Faith & Family Live! today.
Take it from someone who normally would never spend 20 minutes watching video on the computer — it’s really well done and really worth your time.
from The Catholic Company:
The Catholic Company has undertaken a challenge, together with the Missionaries of the Poor (MOP), to send 5000 (or more!) catechisms to the poor and needy at MOP missions in Jamaica, India, the Philippines, Haiti, Uganda & Kenya. We are sending the first 500 catechisms, and hope our loyal customers will help us send at least another 4500 copies.