We are moving towards a dictatorship of relativism which does not recognize anything as for certain and which has as its highest goal one's own ego and one's own desires.

God save Pope Benedict XVI!


Mimas, up close and personal

Cassini snapped this image of Mimas, Saturn's innermost major satellite, on April 15th from a distance of about 50,000 miles. The giant crater, Herschel, which gives the moon a "Death Star"-like visage, must be on the far side.


My wife handed me a flyer for the Hillsdale College Bookstore. I noticed that they have Hillsdale College teddy bears, the Hillsdale College Mom & Dad ornament set. They even have a Hillsdale College Pet Collar. I'm not kidding.

My wife replied, "The sad thing is, people probably wear them."


May the true heir of Gregory VII rest in peace.


Cleveland from Space

Does God see it this way?

Behold Afterthought

Cassini snapped this haunting image of the astroidal Saturnian shepherd moon Epimetheus on March 30th from about 75,000 km.