Saturday, January 23, 2021

ALL POSTS FROM THE CATHOLIC CONSPIRACY

Foiled by Life with Good Bags – Riparians at the Gate + Jennifer Fitz

The conference is, so far, blowing me away with the awesome group of people participating and the need we seem to have tapped....

Don’t Abandon MLK Just Yet – Riparians at the Gate + Jennifer Fitz

Since this time last MLK day, our nation’s been through an awful lot of civil strife, too much of it violent. I want...

Letters from Armorica: Absences (24 June 37 AF)

First Letter The Elms, Wickshire, Cumbria 22 April 1015 My dearest cousin Armand, I am at an impasse. I cannot proceed with my magical studies without a...

Soup from the Cellar | The Catholic Gardener

. As an avid vegetable gardener I have often kept a root cellar, or something similar, for storing harvested produce. In one house it...

– Riparians at the Gate + Jennifer Fitz

Spreading the word because we experienced a nasty system failure sometime on the 14th: If you registered for the Good Discourse...

The Toughness Fallacy Kills – Riparians at the Gate + Jennifer Fitz

I was in conversation with a Jordan Peterson fan, and this listener told me about Peterson’s interview with Wim Hof, dedicated world-record breaker....

What Does it Mean to be ProLife? Find Out in This Unique (FREE) Virtual Conference!

 The Living Pro-Life Conference is an online conference with live panel discussions geared towards systematically responding to all the objections that Pro Life...

Leveling Up on Loving Your Enemies – Riparians at the Gate + Jennifer Fitz

A frequent question we’ve been getting about the upcoming Good Discourse conference is a variation on “Am I the right type of Catholic...

Talking Tuyo on A Good Story is Hard to Find – Zymurgia House

I had the great pleasure of being a guest on the A Good Story is Hard to Find podcast this week,...

Slogging Towards the Light | The Catholic Gardener

. The furnace barely kept up. It ran almost constantly the other day as winter winds blew and made the awnings shudder and groan. The kettle...

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