Author Archives: FraterBovious

RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

BY: Guest Poet Seven of Nine (Alpha Quadrant, Sector 001, Star Date 55121.3)   I fled Him down the nights and down the days I fled Him down the arches of the years I fled Him down the labyrinthine ways … Continue reading

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Safety First

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ON THE EVILS OF ELECTION BY A DEGENERATE PEOPLE

Some Late Thoughts on the Election BY: Frater Bovious (CARROLLTON, TX – Cradle of Civilization) I have been reading a book by Rev. Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P., titled, REALITY, A Synthesis of Thomistic Thought. He was examining Aquinas’ review of Aristotle’s Politica. Lagrange comments … Continue reading

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Star Trek vs Star Wars

Contrasting Visions By: FRATER BOVIOUS It seems, based on certain posts and articles, that there is this definite divide in terms of “science fiction geeks” over which is “better”, Star Trek or Star Wars. Some of this is based on … Continue reading

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An Early Christmas Carol

The Unjust Steward This past Sunday, the Gospel reading was Luke 16:1-13. In this reading, a steward, (a trusted servant responsible for the household of his master), has wasted his master’s goods. He is told to prepare an accounting, as … Continue reading

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A Sound of Thin Silence

No Silence Even in Silence By: FRATER BOVIOUS I remember two occasions when I became aware of silence On Thursday, September 13, 2001 I became aware of the fact that no planes were flying anywhere near my work. My place … Continue reading

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A Public Service Announcement

Catholics for Choosing Stuff Public funding for torture, dismemberment, and murder is a Catholic social justice value. Equal access to comprehensive services, including torture, dismemberment, and murder services, is a moral imperative. The harsh restrictions on public funding for torture, dismemberment, … Continue reading

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