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Did Joan of Arc denounce her voices?

So I am going to make a shocking claim here, and before I do I want to be clear what I’m saying. Joan of Arc is a Saint, and deserves to be a Saint. Her trial was a hatchet job, … Continue reading

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Joan of Arc Heresy

For various reasons, I’ve been on a Joan of Arc kick recently (actually, d’Arc is more accurate, since Joan is from the village of Domremy and “d’Arc” is literally her father’s surname, but it’s a bit late now to fight … Continue reading

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Yes, an annulment really does mean the marriage never happened

Every now and then I see articles from well-meaning/guilt-ridden Catholics where they are quick to point out that an annulment is not the same as saying “a marriage never happened”. I get why people are saying it. It’s a big, … Continue reading

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James Chastek on Discernment 2

https://thomism.wordpress.com/2021/05/12/discernment-2/ More of my own commentary following. Q: Aren’t you making too much of this present mood of discernment? Isn’t it simply a way of urging people to be mindful about dedicating their life to God? A: Always ask for … Continue reading

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James Chastek on Discerning Vocations

Mostly I am posting this because I greatly respect James Chastek and you can’t actually respond on his blog. I find his post on discerning vocations…not bad, exactly, but kind of strange. Give it a read: https://thomism.wordpress.com/2021/05/11/discerning-vocations/ To me it … Continue reading

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So Perfect You’d have to create it

Over the last four or so days I: Planned the next short story in the horror fiction podcast I’m a part of Applied to at least six different jobs Spent hours over the weekend planning for my current job in … Continue reading

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A Millennial Thought Experiment

You are a millennial. You graduated from college a few years ago with a degree in Accounting, but you’re having trouble finding a full time job with it. Instead you take part-time accounting jobs while also working at the local … Continue reading

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Trump’s Legacy in Two Words

Not Enough. Trump did a lot; if you don’t think he did, you weren’t paying attention. Look at John C. Wright’s not tired of winning posts for information. It was not enough. Trump claimed that fraudsters stole the election and … Continue reading

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Malcolm the Cynic’s Two Bold Predictions:

Joe Biden is going be one of the most popular presidents ever in his first term. He is going to start off by literally giving out 2,000 dollars to everybody. As spring rolls in, the Corona-chan virus numbers will obviously … Continue reading

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Sure, I’ll say something

Stop me if you heard this one: 2020 was weird. But really, for me personally it was weird. Professionally, I can only describe it as a major success. I have a full time job in my field with benefits; it … Continue reading

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