Sunday, November 27, 2005

Synthesizer ads for nuns

Don't ask me why I have posted this. It's just cool.

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe is comming out on December 9. It should be good. There are a lot of Christian themes and symbols in the story. Here is a link that explains some of them:

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe: Themes, Motifs, and Symbols

And if you like C.S. Lewis you have to check this website out:

Into the Wardrobe

Lives of the Saints

The lives of the saints are a good indirect method of defending the faith. I think most people are inspired by the courage and faith that the saints have. The Cure of Ars is my patron saint on the Internet. I us the screen name Cure of Ars when I post on forums. I know it has produced many conversations when people ask about the name.

Here is a wax museum that traces the life of John Vianney.

Here is some general information.

The Cure of Ars' body has been incorrupt since his death in 1859.

Saturday, November 26, 2005

"This Godless Communism"

Here is a link to a 60’s Catholic comic book made by the Catholic Guild that explains Communism and it’s history. I guess the Catholic Guild made a monthly comic book called the Treasure Chest. It’s actually covers a lot of ground and has some good information. There are a few places where it would be considered cheesy to present day tastes. But I'm old school so I don't mind.

I wonder as Catholics, who our main enemy that we face today is? Secularism? It would be nice to have a comic book exposing the present day dangers we are facing as Catholic.