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Sadness in Athens… The University of Georgia’s beloved mascot, Uga VII, died unexpectedly Thursday. Sniff. No replacement mascot will be used in tomorrow’s game, but they’ll place a wreath outside of his doghouse on the sidelines.
File this one in the “That’s Just Plain Wrong” category: votive candles featuring Obama as a saint.
According to an article in today’s National Catholic Register, “NBC has refused to air CatholicVote.org’s new pro-life ad during its broadcast of this Sunday’s Super Bowl game.” You can view the ad here: This is a positive and uplifting message. … Continue reading
Last Thursday’s passing of Father Richard John Neuhaus — the noteworthy editor of First Things and ex-Lutheran minister who became a Catholic priest — is marked by a nice article by George Weigel in Newsweek. I enjoyed Fr. Neuhaus’ commentary … Continue reading
Dan Magill’s column from earlier this week in the Athens Banner-Herald offered some neat history on the UGA vs LSU series, which began in 1928 (or as the old timers say, “19 and 28″). I’m hoping that today’s game will … Continue reading
The Alive and Young blog has a great weekly feature called Not Said By Jesus Sunday. This week’s installment is a gem: Glad to know there won’t be a scantron test to enter heaven!
Thanks to The Sporting News for this gem: We Don’t Recall the Bible Saying Anything About Female Football Players
Today is a key holy day on the Catholic liturgical calendar: the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. This day is important to Catholics because it is the day we mark Mary’s “heavenly birthday” – in other … Continue reading
Football season is just around the corner, and in these parts, anticipation is high: the Georgia Bulldogs are expected to do great things. The USAToday Coaches’ Poll just issued their preseason NCAA rankings and the Dawgs are at the top … Continue reading
I really have nothing to say…