Two Sisters: Two Views – George Weigel, Crisis Magazine
St. Catherine’s Mount Sinai Enters the Digital Age – Dylan Parry, A Reluctant Sinner
Why Bad Christian Art is Anti-Christian – Kevin O’Brien, StAR/Ink Desk
New Vestment Work – Shawn Tribe, New Liturgical Movement
5 Questions Before You Leave the Catholic Church – Jennifer Fulwiler, Ntnl Cth Register
How Should Catholics Understand Romans 9? – Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery
St. Thomas More Was Not “Unnaturally Fond of Torturing Heretics” – M. Moreland, MOJ
The Significance of Spelling Jerosolym vs. Jerusalem in the Bible – Dr. Tay. Marshall, CT
Things I Learned After College – Bob Waruszewski, Ignitum Today
Why I’m Still Mad About The Descendants – Simcha Fisher, National Catholic Register
University of Notre Dame President Drops It – The Motley Monk, The American Catholic
Our Catholic Schools: A Crisis of Faith – Paul Santos, Crisis Magazine
A New Beautifully Designed Church in South Carolina – D Mac, Creative Minority Report
Chartres Pilgrimage 2012: Official Photos – Shawn Tribe, New Liturgical Movement
Pope Addresses “Vatileaks” Affair – Edward Pentin, National Catholic Register
If They Trust Women, Why Don’t They Trust Mothers? – Stacy Trasancos PhD, TAC
Widowhood: Dating for Eternity – Julie Rodrigues, Ignitum Today
When the Catholic Faith Was Outlawed – Jim Graves, Catholic World Report
Authority of the First Popes – Fr. Dwight Longenecker, Standing on my Head
Taking Issue that Chaste Gays are Victim Souls – Terry Nelson, Abbey-Roads
The BBC’s Relentless Bias Over Euthanasia – Francis Phillips, Catholic Herald
Gendercide and Moral Tut-tuttery – Pat Archbold, National Catholic Register
Live Action Shows U.S. The Real War on Women – D. R. McClarey, The American Cthlc
What Stops People from Being Catholic? – Devin Rose, Ignitum Today
Kinsey’s Secret: The Phony Science of the Sexual Revolution – Sue Ellin Browder, Crisis
Tying the Catholic Knot: Church Teachings & Wedding Customs – J. Roche, Daily Reg
Subsidiarity and Catholic Schools – Peter Youngblood, The Distributist Review
If Hope is Certain, Why can’t I be Sure of My Own Salvation? – Fr. Ryan Erlenbush, NTM
North Korea: “Abandon All Hope Ye Who Enter Here” – Brian O’Neel, Cthlc World Rprt
Should We Say Holy Ghost or Holy Spirit? – Dr. Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales
On Wanting To Eat Your Baby – Marc Barnes, Bad Catholic
Renew the Church: 3 Videos by Fr. Robert Barron on Aquinas – H. H. Ambrose, SPL
Recovering Faith & Reason – Robert Royal, The Catholic Thing
Democrat Resigns from Party, Cites Catholic Faith – Matthew Archbold, NCRegister
The New Archbishop of Denver – Rocco Palmo, Whispers in the Loggia
Bringing the Cristero War to the Big Screen – Tim Drake, Daily Register
Sinn Fein No Longer Catholic – Tancred, The Eponymous Flower
First Images & Reports from the Chartres Pilgrimage – Shawn Tribe, New Ltrgcl Mvmnt
Against Snacks: A Mother’s Manifesto – Jennifer Fulwiler, National Catholic Register
Scientistic Dogma and the Soul – J. C. Sanders, Ignitum Today
An Unknown Unknown for Gay Marriage Supporters – Michael Cook, MercatorNet
The Contraception Contradiction – Daniel Allott, Catholic World Report
An Introduction to the Social Theories of the Middle Ages – John Médaille, The Dist Rev
Joyful Evangelization – Daniel J. Heisey, First Things/On the Square
1st Beatitude: Blessing to the New Evangelization – Dr. Jos. R. Hollcraft, Hom & Pas Rev
Luther & Calvin v. Augustine & Justin Martyr on Free Will – Joe Heschmeyer, Shml Ppry
New Video Clips From For Greater Glory – Donald R. McClarey, The American Catholic
Will France Take New Direction Under Hollande? – George Friedman, Crisis Magazine
The Tiresome Tale of Maureen Dowd – Dr. Jeff Mirus, Catholic Culture/On the Culture
Dear Pulpit Readers,
I had a very bad virus that had left me bed-ridden since Sunday morning. Fortunately I didn’t know how sick I was until after Mass, so I was able to receive the Eucharist. Unfortunately, I missed my Legion of Mary meeting and submitting EDITIONS for yesterday and today.
The Pulpit will return to its schedule WEDNESDAY and possibly an EDITION or EXTRA later today.
Yes, there was a back-up plan for situations like this, but the training of new personal had yet to begin. This plan is already in place and the process has begun to train personal and any interruption in service should no longer occur in the future.
This website is growing and I deeply appreciate the faithfulness and good cheer of the Pulpit’s readers.
While I am typing this rare note, you may notice some changes in the month of June. Be rest assured that the basic format of two EDITIONS daily will continue (yes, SATURDAY and SUNDAY are not part of the schedule, but continue to expect them for the foreseeable future). What will change will be for the better.
These changes are intended to evangelize the maximum number of Catholics and non-Catholics, again, be rest assured, the basic format and content won’t change.
Thank you for your loyalty and please pray for me that the remainder of my illness will leave my body quickly rather than gradually!
In Jesus, Mary, & Joseph,