Category Archives: Catholic Quirks

The Pope is the Pope (until he isn’t)

This is yet another entry in a set of posts about things that I tell my sisters. It may not make much sense to you if you do not come from the same place as my sisters and I do. What I … Continue reading

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What I Wore Sunday: What I Didn’t Wear Sunday, and Advent Music Fights

Happy Advent, y’all! This picture —> pretty much expresses my confusion with the season. I’m thinking that pretty soon the fine ladies at Fine Linen and Purple are going to have to add some new rules to the What I … Continue reading

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Catholic Men and Women and Twitter

Thomas of Identified Catholic tweeted this question: You will note that it is clearly directed at his male followers. I proceeded to (not entirely ironically) illustrate what I believe to be the underlying cause by responding to his tweet with a joke … Continue reading

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Walk Then as Children of the Light

So be imitators of God, as beloved children, and live in love, as Christ loved us and handed himself over for us as a sacrificial offering to God for a fragrant aroma. Immorality or any impurity or greed must not … Continue reading

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Catholic Wives and the Hazing of Newly Married Life

I wrote this well over a year ago, and I am happy to say that even in that small amount of time I have seen the development of a very different group of young Catholic married women. But enough of … Continue reading

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Faithful Citizenship and Catholic Guilt

I’m not a fan of religious movements that try to make the work of God into a series of now-or-never GOD IS CALLING YOU TODAY, AND IF YOU DON’T RESPOND YOU WILL LOSE GOD!!! moments. But sometimes in life you … Continue reading

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Tomb of Mary

All history and theology and whatever else aside, I find the veneration of the Blessed Mother’s tomb to be one of the delightful ironies of Catholicism given the emphasis some circles place on the absence of her bodily remains. Perhaps … Continue reading

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