Category Archives: Gaying away the Pray

Life goes on — and maybe gets better

I have been enjoying Jake Meador and the other young folks who write for Mere Orthodoxy for several years now, as it accelerates its publishing pace and the breadth of its author pool. I can’t say for sure I’ve encountered … Continue reading

Posted in Benedict Option, Christianity generally, Corporatism, Distributism, Economia, Gaying away the Pray, History, lifeworks, Pinch of Incense, progressivism, Sexualia, Small is Beautiful, Transvaluation of Values, woke capital | Tagged

Thursday, 9/6/18

Thoughts on de-Christianization, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Anonymous. Continue reading

Posted in Gaying away the Pray, History, Literature, Political Matters, Roman Catholicism, Sexualia, Virtue signaling | 2 Comments

Monday Potpourri, 8/27/18

Humanae Vitae revisited, Alan Jacobs on why Trump and Francis are going nowhere, and response to “do GMOs go to heaven?” Continue reading

Posted in Creation Care, Faith & Ideology, Gaying away the Pray, Roman Catholicism, Sexualia, Technology | Tagged , , , ,

In pursuit, but barely

As I told you previously the more I see how other societies (d)evolve, the more I’m glad to be French, at least for now. But is that really “other” societies, or just some of them? The Sexual Revolution, the LGBT … Continue reading

Posted in Faith & Ideology, Gaying away the Pray, Gnosticism, Scientism, Secularism, Sexualia, Thrown down gauntlet, Uncategorized

The circular express

The curious correspondence between hardcore Calvinists and hardcore transgenderists. Continue reading

Posted in Calvinism, Gaying away the Pray, Health care, Sexualia, Technology, the worst are full of passionate intensity, transgenderism

We’re not asking for much

[Masterpiece Cakeshop] did not decide the question about religious freedom and the rights of sexual minorities. However, one key element of the decision drew my attention. The court recognized how anti-Christian bias on the part of the Colorado Civil Rights … Continue reading

Posted in Dignitary harm, Gaying away the Pray, progressivism, Religious freedom, Speech & Press, statism | 1 Comment

Living by lies

Could it be that the foremost obligation of all sane people today is to resist all lies, loudly and unabashedly? Continue reading

Posted in 9th Commandment Watch, Gaying away the Pray, Jeremiad, Political Matters, solidarity, The best lack all conviction, the worst are full of passionate intensity

Progressives’ final, Pyrrhic victory

As the days remaining on my New York Times subscription dwindle down to just a few, I cherish each remaining David Brooks and Ross Douthat column. This one from today should generate some serious thought, though tribalism may not allow … Continue reading

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The age of bloodless assassination

[C]harges of bigotry function these days in the same way assassinations did during the 1930s. George Orwell was disgusted by the ideological brutality he witnessed while serving on the Republican side during the Spanish Civil War. One did not discuss; … Continue reading

Posted in Gaying away the Pray, grievance mongering, Paradox, progressivism, terrorism, the worst are full of passionate intensity, Transvaluation of Values, Virtue signaling

Cultural Conformity

A female teacher at a Catholic school married a woman and got fired. Why should anyone be surprised that a Catholic school follows Catholic teachings? The answer’s obvious, of course. National news organizations are populated with people who loathe orthodox … Continue reading

Posted in Gaying away the Pray, Marriage (real), Protestantism, Roman Catholicism