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Daily Archives: 6 April 2011
Wow. The GOP is really positioning itself as anti-bishop. Another New Hampshire Republican lays into the state’s bishop. Former GOP Rep Kevin Smith: As a side note, I would also just say that the perceived lack of prudence and respect … Continue reading
My friend Jack Smith has some problems with awards in the Catholic sphere. You know, that’s the thing about awards. Somebody wins, and everybody else loses, unless they can wrest a “moral victory” from a loss. Never fear though: the … Continue reading