There is no conclusion to this essay that definitively prescribes a lifestyle or relationship with drugs that will allow one to live virtuously.
I regret to inform you — we can’t just ‘ban porn’
There is little actual value in Twitter slogans, LARPing as Catholic inquisitors, and circle j**king (pun intended) about pious and well-ordered morality.
If Jesus says ‘no,’ go ask your Buddha
We want to fly to Cancun and have impoverished Mexican peasants deliver us our mojitos on time. We want to cheat on our wives with a Thai college student in a Seattle hotel, fly back home, divorce our wives, and live in Miami snorting coke off a call girl’s butt cheek.
Exclusive Letter from Cardinal Zen of Hong Kong — ‘Parolin Is Telling Lies Shamelessly’ About The Church In China
“I will never fight with the Pope, but the Pope never tried to silence me, so [I] will continue to protest against Parolin,” Zen said.
Cardinal Zen Of Hong Kong Struggles Against The Vatican — ‘I Will Not Stay Silent’
“I feel sorry to have disappointed our brothers and sisters behind bars. So, let us use a different way: a sincere prayer, to express our same caring and thought to them,”
Disability Activist Catherine Mardon Describes How She Was Surprised By Papal Knighthood
“It is surreal and spooky to think of being a Papal Knight. It gives people something to tease me about,” said Mardon. “It’s too weird for people to think we are making it up.”
Restored 1896 Footage May Reveal New Details Of Pope Leo XIII, Earliest-Born Person On Film
He was delighted, and exclaimed ‘Wonderful! wonderful! See me blessing!’ — referring to the one representing him giving the Apostolic blessing — and turning to Mons della Volpa, he added, ‘How splendid you look!’ All the time he held my hand, which he pressed affectionately.
You should take three minutes to appreciate the “Allegory of Divine Providence and Barberini Power”
I’ve been really, really obsessed with this painting for a few weeks, titled “Allegory of Divine Providence and Barberini Power,” … More
Cozy cardinals with a tinge of disrespect
When you hear the term “anti-clerical artwork,” what springs to mind? Large-nosed popes with wrinkled faces and crooked grins? Sunken-eyed … More
Interview with His Excellency Isao Kikuchi, Archbishop of Tokyo- Part 1
I recently was given to opportunity to correspond with Archbishop Isao Kikuchi, the head of the Tokyo Diocese, one of … More