Monday, March 18, 2013


Samuel Gregg of Crisis Magazine has written, "Given the contempt with which some people regard Catholicism these days, it’s extraordinary just how badly the very same individuals want everyone else to hear their views of the Church’s future. Plainly there’s something about this 2000 year-old faith that truly bothers them. How else can one explain the tsunami of unsolicited advice from pop atheists, incoherent playwrights, angry ex-priests, and celebrity theologians that has erupted since Benedict XVI’s abdication?"

If the reader is interested in what it is that bothers them, I have spent the last ten summers researching what it is, the fruits of which can be found here: