Daily Links Wed., June 27: Not Back-to-the-Future Day
The thrills and joys of those of us who hang onto the tails of Generation X and/or lead the Millennials in the Age of the Internets have been dashed. The Internets this morning tricked us into believing it was Back to the Future Day. By the afternoon, the Internets told us it was a hoax.
Daily Links, June 26: The 'Fortnight' continues as health care awaits its verdict
The U.S. bishops' "Fortnight for Freedom" is nearing the halfway point and is still all over the news. Baltimore Archbishop William Lori states his case today for why he believes religious freedom is under attack in the Baltimore Sun.
Daily Links, June 25: Supreme Court decisions galore!
The Supreme Court was busy today, issuing rulings on a number of cases.
Daily Links, June 22: Lynn's verdict, America's health care, and Syria's violence
Daily Links, June 21: The Fortnight for Freedom is here!!
Well, the much-ballyhooed Fortnight for Freedom is finally upon us! Festivities abound: you can ask Thomas More to pray for us all, or if you're a fan of more indirect participation, you can even text "Freedom" (or "libertad") to receive campaign updates.
Daily Links, June 20: Summer, summer, summertime
It's the summer solstice, and in much of the country, it's a skahcha (to channel my Boston-born-and-bred grandparents. If you don't read colloquialism, I meant to say "scorcher."). In case you missed 4th grade Earth science (no judgements.
Daily Links, June 19: Catholics coming and going, history lesson, and voting dilemma
Daily links, Mon., June 18: Rights for unhoused people, another "unruly" religious, and a satellite wanders far from home
Daily Links, June 15: Contraception, immigration, and nuns are everywhere
The Catholic Health Association dropped a bombshell today with their letter to the Department of Health and Human Services claiming the current proposal for dealing with the contraception mandate won't work for Catholic hospitals. On the blog today I pondered what this might mean for the bishops vs. Obama administration battle.
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