Continuing on with our series on “Well, what do we do now, Sarge?” posts, we offer this little essay by a long-time reader. Bree A. Dail works in some mysterious analytical capacity for the Department of Defence of the US, and manages a defence consultancy
A while ago I asked my friend Pat Archbold if he would like to contribute some thoughts to our “What do we do now?” question. But in the meantime, we fight. There is no fleeing to the hills in hopes that we will be left
Continuing on with our little collection of responses to my question, “What do we do?” an interesting response comes via the WUWTS FB page. Alert Reader Lynn Loring writes: “Every good Catholic should read this. The answers needed are in this. This is my plan.
Report from Ireland: “You know things are bad when even priests are saying they could not recommend that a young man with a vocation become a Diocesan priest”
Like many Catholics around the world, before I was paying close attention, I assumed that Ireland remained one of the great bastions of Catholicism. Since then, of course, we have learned all that we have learned about the systematic dismantling of these bastions that used
A short time ago, an old conservative friend of mine from Canada wailed to me in a Facebook message, “You don’t really think we’re looking at 50 more years of this?” I had to tell him that I saw no reason not to think so, and