Got a little time to spare? Please help me ensure that good Catholic blogs are nominated for this:
You can post your nominations here. I can think of at least one Catholic blogger who would be appreciative of your nomination … hint, hint.
A friend of mine sent me this screenshot from his travels:
Seriously … are we China?
Presuming the operation isn’t shut down before then:
As the uproar increases over Wikileaks publishing hundreds of thousands of confidential U.S. State Department cables online, the latest reports show that 852 of the communications involve the Vatican.
U.S. leaders are decrying Wikileaks founder, Australian Julian Assange, for incrementally publishing over 250,000 cables on his non-prof... More
So much for (pro-life, pro-marriage) free speech for Apple users and customers:
After some controversy and complaints, Apple has reportedly pulled an application from the iTunes App Store after claims it was anti-gay.
Highlighted by The Huffington Post and others last week due to its reportedly objectionable content, the Manhattan Declaration iPhone application has been quietly removed sometime ... More
“Do you seriously have no better file photos of American bishops?!”
These are the faces of American bishops we want to put out there?
Any graphics-savvy papists want to help them out with a better banner?
Yikes! Someone send Abp. Fisichella a gift certificate!
The head of the new pontifical council charged with evangelising cyberspace has said that his new office does not have an internet connection.
Archbishop Rino Fisichella, president of the Pontifical Council for Promotion of the New Evangelisation, made the startling admission at a press conference unveiling the new council.
A Motu Proprio... More