Because most philosophies that frown on reproduction don't survive.

Monday, April 24, 2006

Blogging Around

As you may have noticed, I've been leaving a lot of the posting to MrsDarwin lately, because work has been more than usually pressing, and I'm looking at another outside project or two. However, over the weekend I finally got the chance to catch up on some favorite blogs and so thought I'd throw up links to some interesting recent posts.

Fr. Martin Fox provides another glimpse at daily life in the priesthood with a description of how Divine Mercy Sunday went at St. Boniface Parish.

Scott Carson writes about the error of Primitivism, and why some always imagine the latest discovery (such as the 'Gospel of Judas') will "change everything" while orthodox Christians know it can't and won't.

Michael Liccione asks himself, Is Benedict XVI nasy enough?

And Usceae offers thoughts on an attempt to categorize world cultures based upon quadrants of cultural survival vs. self expression and traditionalism vs. secularism. The graph itself is interesting, but I think Usceae correctly points out a couple problems with it's assumptions.

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