Category Archives: American Papist

The New Pope Will Inherit a Prepaid Trip to the USA

While many of us are focusing on who the next pope will be, an announcement made yesterday gives us a big clue about when we will first have the opportunity to see the new pope on American soil — whoever he turns out to be: “His Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI, announces the official dates for the Eighth [...]

Welcome to the new CatholicVote design!

Pretty nifty, eh? The CatholicVote team has been hard at work for months preparing this comprehensive redesign, and in my completely unbiased opinion, they’ve done a marvelous job. The new design is slick, intuitive, and chock full of new information and resources! CatholicVote will be firing on all cylinders in the coming days, so stay [...]

Papist Picture of the Day – 12/16/09

Pro-Life Video: SBA List asks Sen. Casey “Who Shall Live?” Question: What do you think of this Census poster? Guess who served the early morning Mass? [Photo: Reuters]

Papist Picture of the Day – 12/15/09

Important: Archbishop Listecki sets the record straight on “Young Catholics for Choice” Update: Everything Health Care Extraordinary video: “Babies” Movie Trailer Photo: Very Clever Advertising Appearance: AmP on EWTN’s The World Over Okay, I see the knight. Now where is the rest of the chess set?

AmP mentioned in CE’s Ten Catholic Geek Memories of 2009

Awww….. 4. American Papist’s Thomas Peters Graduates – One of the “go to” blogs for Catholic news and information continues to be American Papist, where Thomas Peters does a great job synthesizing, analyzing and sharing information. Congratulations to Thomas on his graduation and joining with the American Principles Project. The blog continues to amaze me! [...]

Pro-Life Video: SBA List asks Sen. Casey "Who Shall Live?"

Democrat Senators Bob Casey and Ben Nelson are the most important pro-life votes in the health care debate right now. A new ad being aired by the pro-life Susan B. Anthony List asks Senator Casey to live up to his late father’s words (in a speech he gave at Notre Dame): In a landmark speech, [...]

Safely returned

I made it home safely this evening. Hopefully after work tomorrow I’ll catch a few hours later in the afternoon to assemble some posts. Being out of town since last Friday, I am also behind on my email correspondence so I’ll be seeing to that as well. Thanks for the patience (and new blogads – [...]

On the road until the 24th…

As mentioned, I’ll be in Dallas, TX until roughly the 24th (next Thursday). Blogging will be sporadic until then. Thanks to everyone who has emailed me. I’ll consult with my friends about getting in touch during my stay!


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