Author Archives: William Luse
His real name was Matthew, known in the universe of Catholic blogging as zippycatholic. Having mostly retired from blogging, I am not at the moment well-equipped to write this, but I will not let Zippy go without saying goodbye. As … Continue reading
A place I thought lost is becoming, or has become, a bright spot in Catholic higher education. The Catholic University of America, formerly known as Fr. Charles Curran’s heretical playground, is rediscovering, or has rediscovered, its Catholic identity; if, that … Continue reading
I should trouble myself to wish the few who visit here a Merry Christmas, even though [He] was the true Light, which lighteth every man that cometh into the world. He was in the world, and the world was made … Continue reading
Heard a Protestant preacher fielding questions on the radio the other day. He was an expert on something, though I can’t remember what. Maybe God’s justice and the reality of hell. Anyway, he’d written a book he hoped people would … Continue reading
My daughter’s daughter, my granddaughter. She’s now one year old, and when she looks at me, I’m like a dead man come to life again.
[Update: two more articles went up at Crisis on the same topic, and Zippy makes his appearance in comments to both. Sorry, you'll have to find them yourself. It's easy.] In case you didn’t get your fill of the atom … Continue reading
Got married straight out of high school. To a guy I knew since fifth grade summer camp. Summer wedding. Guests were mostly mosquitos. We had a baby boy, then a toddler, now a teen. Last year my husband phones me … Continue reading