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Jim Traficant, 1941–2014

Bonus links: Other Reasoners who have offered their thoughts on Traficant over the years include Jacob Sullum ("blunt, bizarre, and often hilarious"), Jeremy Lott ("a total nut job, albeit a highly amusing one"), and the anonymous elves who assembled this.

 

On Earth as It Is in Heaven: A Higher Education

If you do not know Jesus, you will not go to Heaven when you die, you will go to Hell and that is a place most to be avoided. Imagine living in Newark, New Jersey without the charm while stuck in conversation with Vlad Putin without the wit. . . for ...

 

A Higher Education (I/IV)

Dr. Robert B. Sloan, Jr. Students return, professors are prepared, staff is ready: education continues. I love this time of year: fresh Moleskine for my notes, reading Homer and Thucydides for class, getting ready for HBU's first home football game ...

 

Pope phones priest working in Iraqi refugee camp

Pope Francis called a priest at a refugee camp in Iraq to express his closeness to the persecuted Christians who have taken refuge there and to promise his continued support. Pope Francis reportedly called Fr Behnam Benoka on August 19, a day after ...

 

Is yours a “million dollar parish”?

Throughout the past decade, a growing number of Catholic parishes have learned that lesson for themselves, as they've joined the ranks of “million-dollar parishes” — parishes whose annual revenues exceed $1 million. According to a recent report by the ...

 

Canadian archdiocese launches diaconate program

The Archdiocese of Regina has launched its inaugural diaconate course, with 10 men taking their first steps towards becoming permanent deacons. The course was set to begin Aug. 29 and archdiocesan theologian Dr. Brett Salkeld couldn't be more pleased.

 

Grieving in a Social Media World

As I advanced in years, my peers began catching up to me in terms of being initiated with grief, but my head start always seemed to give me an advantage at avoiding the really big mistakes we all make when others look to us for comfort. If I didn't ...

 

The Power of Privileged Words

A gospel-centered perspective on words calls us to speak in such a way that prioritizes the impact of our words on our neighbors over our personal perception of them. Perhaps the greatest lie we have convinced ourselves of concerning our words is that ...

 

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