Monday, April 21, 2008

Monday Morning Things

*Paraguay elects ex-bishop as new president.

*The Pope is gone. But, before he left, he reminded the Catholic Church in the USA to use freedom responsibly. This is a call to both individuals, the Church and our nation.
In this land of religious liberty, Catholics found freedom not only to practice their faith, but also to participate fully in civic life
*Bill Maher says he was going to apologize, but was only trying to get viewers to hear him slander the Church again.

*Say what you will about the liturgy in DC's Nationals' stadium, but the singing of the Panis Angelicus by Placido Domingo was brilliant.



On top of it all, Kelly Clarkson finally sings something I thoroughly enjoyed and while dressed modestly. A great song brings out the greatness of her voice more than any pop music could.

1 comment:

unpretentious_diva said...

In this land of religious liberty, Catholics found freedom not only to practice their faith, but also to participate fully in civic life

Nice words, just a question, are that freedom available equally for all other ethnicities and groups too? And are the other ethnicities and groups responsible?

I wrote something about it here Liberty, Tolerance, Freedom of Expression and Political Correctness