I have always been very anti-vegetarian, to the point that I would name my first born son Meat Johnston. But studies are increasingly showing too much meat consumption to be bad, as well as no meat consumption at all (beat me to it, Brett). There is a strong philosophy against vegetarianism, in my opinion. Here…Details
I find that people generally have a harder time with the basics than they do with complicated ideas. In our pluralistic world, people cloud the issues with needless and silly complication that isn’t grounded in experience or philosophy. “The fool asks more than the wise man can answer,” goes the aphorism, and that says nothing…Details
Fr. Barron explains: Most of us have heard the adage: “It doesn’t matter what you believe as long as you are a nice person.” But is that true? Are right belief and right action two unconnected issues? Fr. Robert Barron doesn’t think so, and today he shows how our behavior depends on our moral convictions.…Details
Gather your brain cells for contemplation on the following… Help: Any thoughts on whether this is true about microwaves? We live in one of the greatest periods in history, thanks to the progress of medicine and luxury. You can thank the free market for most of these things! Government redistribution happens, all right. Old people…Details
An article about a Jezebel article appeared on Bad Catholic a few days ago, both deserving of serious contemplation. The initial article, by a homosexual gentleman fed up with what has become the prototypical gay persona, gives a telling analysis of masculinity/femininity, power relationships, “gay privilege,” and a few other topics of note from an…Details
Your lecture this week is a two-part discussion between Stefbot and GirlWritesWhat, two well-known youtube personalities. Here, they discuss men, women, the differences, the similarities, and how the sociopolitical movement often referred to as feminism is much mistaken.
If you only have time for one of these, let it be the above video.