Saturday, 28 November

20:15

Is sinfulness what prevents "Works" from saving us? [NICK'S CATHOLIC BLOG]

I'm glad to say this blog is not dead. I did take a break, but mostly because I was busy with life and didn't have anything new/original to share. I never wanted this blog to be about posting for the sake of posting, so I deliberately limited my number of posts and only would post when I felt I had something worthwhile to share that wasn't the same old apologetics you read anywhere else.  For

The Telegraph on Scholastic Metaphysics [Edward Feser]

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At The Daily Telegraph, Christopher Howse kindly calls attention to my book Scholastic Metaphysics, which he describes as follows:

A brilliant new defence of metaphysics… [I]t is a lively read.  The author is Edward Feser, and in 2011 Sir Anthony [Kenny] gave something of a rave review in the TLS to an earlier book by him, The Last Superstition...

20:08

Merry Christmas OR Happy Advent – How should Catholics Respond? [Taylor Marshall]

Everybody is already wishing me “Merry Christmas” and I’m responding: “Thank you, we’re getting ready for Advent first, though. Happy Advent!”

90% of the time, the other person will ask, “What’s Advent?” and that’s your cue to “be salty” (Mt 5:13) and papistically practice the New Evangelization!

Join us for a Live Catholic Event on “Advent”:

So to help you answer the question: “What is Advent?” I’m inviting you to a live, online 30 minute Webinar this coming Thursday on: “The History and Theology of Advent (Plus Tips for Catholic Families)”:

  1. Did you know that Catholics used to celebrate 5 (not just 4) Sundays of Advent?
  2. Did you know that there is an ancient theological and “40 day” connection between Advent and Lent?
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  4. Did you know that Taylor will be sharing personal recommendations based on how his family and children celebrate Advent?
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20:00

A Short Homily on Blasphemy... [Edinburgh Housewife]

...for which only a few readers will divine the reasons. Sorry.

Say a chap sends a tweet he means to be cheeky (not blasphemous) to a friend over Twitter. He is referring to a theological post he wrote, and he copies in the guy he's being cheeky about, so that the guy might read the post.

Then say the mocked guy goes nuts because he assumes--not without cause--that the tweet is blasphemous.

The mocked guy then publishes the tweet he thinks is blasphemous on his blog to disgrace the mocker and bring his workplace into disrepute.

The mocked guy's readers rage in the combox about the mocker, demand that he be fired, offer conspiracy theories that he's not a Catholic but "a Jew", etc., because the stupid tweet does look blasphemous, especially after the mocked guy's side of the story.

BUT

The mocker didn't intend his tweet to be blasphemous. He published it on Twitter for two people to see.

The mocked believed the tweet to be blasphemous. He published it on his blog for as many people as possible to see.

Who has blasphemed? One, both or neither?



17:02

'Swa leaf on treowum' [A Clerk of Oxford]

Wynter wakeneth al my care, Nou this leves waxeth bare; Ofte I sike ant mourne sare When hit cometh in my thoght Of this worldes joie, hou hit goth al to noht. Nou hit is, and nou hit nys, Also hit ner nere, ywys; That moni mon seith, soth hit ys: Al goth bote Godes wille: Alle we shule deye, thah us like ylle. Al that gren me graueth grene, Nou hit faleweth al by dene: Jesu, help that hit

16:46

Staying Sober While We Wait: Readings for 1st Sunday of Advent [The Sacred Page]

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12:03

Single Over 50 [Edinburgh Housewife]

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A woman in the Telegraph writes about what it is like to be "Single" (she's divorced with children) in her 50s. There's a lot of sadness in her article. She advises discontented married friends not to get divorced.  At the same time, though, she notes that there is a lot of unhappiness in middle-aged marriage.

Well, you know, there is a lot of unhappiness in middle age although, to be frank, in the west these are what might be called First World Problems: oh wah, it's harder to stay thin, one is not as attractive as one was at 27, one does not have so much potential, one is less likely than ever to become a millionaire, one's spouse has not given up that annoying habit after umpteen years, one's dear same-age friend has been diagnosed with cancer, one's knees ache half an hour into a dance (if one even goes to a dance), one sometimes feels a shooting pain in one's hand--is it early on-set arthritis?!

Frankly I feel very lucky to have met B.A. a few scant years before I turned forty because he is the right sort of person I need to have around when I am mooching about feeling middle-aged. First World Problem Story: I took out two beautiful young things for dinner and a concert as a sort of chaperone, and--no word of a lie--on my way to the power-room I glanced in a mirror and was instantly reminded of Princess Diana's mother. When, after an evening of accompanying blooming youth, I found B.A. asleep in bed, and I was enormously comforted because he looked as old as I did.

But to go back to dating at 50, good heavens. Surely at 50 it is really time to stop thinking in terms of dating and more in terms of making friends--or keeping--friends? Not only is one too old to have children (or more children), which is what sex is primarily for, SORRY,  but one is too old to adopt babies. (Many countries won't let you adopt babies after you turn 40.) If at 50 one decides to marry a friend, old or new, then that's lovely. But surely one of the joys of being in late middle-age is that it really doesn't matter as much?

My grandmother Gladys was widowed at 60, and although terrifically popular with elderly men, she never showed the slightest interest in romance, dating or marriage. She went on holiday with her old pals, she carried on volunteering with her pals (they had a band), she went to seniors events, playing cards and doing aerobics and whatnot, she listened to the radio, she smoked until double-pneumonia told her to stop, she read bodice-rippers and "sagas" late into the night and on Sundays she visited family, i.e. us.

The author of the Telegraph article says that it seems to her better to have been married with children and then divorced than to be single-never-married at 50, but then I suspect she is horrified by the very idea that her children might not have existed. There are many 50-something nuns who are quite content to go on being nuns, and I imagine (indeed, I hope) there are many 50-something women who have passed through their sorrow at never having married and had children and realized that not only are they at peace with it, they wouldn't have it differently now. (I'm still going through BA-and-I-can't-have-children grief myself.)

What is cheerful about her article is that she points out the personal freedom Single women have. The Single woman who is financially independent of a husband or family does get to make all the decisions. She doesn't have to ask permission to go on this trip or that trip or to take early retirement to go back to university or to sell all that she has and give it to the poor.

One thing that interested me most in the article was the cheeky questions the author gets as a "Single" woman over 50. I think she is too optimistic when she says no-one asks young blondes about their sex life, as everyone just assumes they have one. Maybe they didn't when she was a young blonde, but I can assure her that older married people (like male bosses) started asking me such questions when I was 17

As for remarks about married life, I agree that in general in the UK married women are considered sacrosanct and you just do not ask them such questions. An American once did make a salty remark about my marriage at a dinner party, and I hit him with my handbag, right there and then. Were I a widow, I imagine I would level a cold stare at the impertinent person through the top halves of my bifocals (which I am beginning to need) and say that I am devoted to the memory of my late husband. It seems to me that dozens of generations of over-50 British women had something to teach us about dignity.

Update: Someone who married older that I did written in to suggest I am too dismissive of later marriage. I apologize for that. Although the subject of being a Searching Single after the menopause is indeed very important, it is something of which I have no firsthand experience. The best I can say is that I think it must be much different to be a widow, looking back fondly (or not) on one's married days, than to be a Single-never-married. However, I hold out the hope that being Single might matter less, not more, the older we get.

09:40

Solemn Litany of Pope Francis [That The Bones You Have Crushed May Thrill]



Just a bit of solemn nonsense I've been working on.

If you can think of more titles pop them in the combox, why not?

Thank you for the contributions and apologies for any scandal caused by my previous effort.


09:19

Pünktlich zum Advent... [totaliter aliter]

Es gab in den vergangenen Wochen unzählige Ereignisse, zu denen ich mich in der Vergangenheit normalerweise zu Wort gemeldet hätte.

Manchmal habe ich mich zu diesen Ereignissen dann auch tatsächlich geäußert. Häufiger habe ich es gelassen.

Warum? Weil mir das Internet mittlerweile oft viel zu schnell ist.

Beispiel Terror in Paris: Abgesehen von der Tatsache, daß mir anfangs sowieso erst einmal die Worte fehlten, war ich dann nach einer gewissen Verdauungszeit auch nicht mehr willens, in den Chor noch einzusteigen. Alle wußten sowieso sofort alles, und es braucht keinen Sheldon Cooper, um zu erahnen, daß die aus qualmenden Tastaturen ins Internet geschossenen Urteile sich stets brav widersprachen: "Schuld ist der Islam!" - "Der Islam ist unschuldig!" - "Noch mehr Einwanderung bedeutet noch mehr Terrorgefahr!" - "Einwanderungszahlen haben mit dem Terror null zu tun!" - "Die werden doch nur zu Terroristen, weil sie keine Perspektiven haben und sich nicht willkommen fühlen!" - "Die kriegen eh schon den roten Teppich ausgerollt, aber die wollen sich einfach nicht integrieren, sondern hier ihre Nummer abziehen!" - "Wir werden alle sterben, weil der Terror wächst!" - "Alles ist cool, weil der Terror nur zeigt, wie verzweifelt und am Ende die Islamisten mittlerweile sind!" undsoweiter...

Man bedenke auch dies: Der Zyklus von "Ich schmücke mein facebook-Profilbild mit einer transparenten Frankreich-Flagge, um Mitgefühl zu zeigen" über "Haha! Da glauben Leute, daß man durch die Veränderung des facebook-Profilbildes den Terror bekämpfen kann" und "Wer bei den Anschlägen in X nicht trauerte, braucht jetzt auch nicht heuchlerisch einen auf 'Je suis' zu machen" bis hin zu "Hört doch auf mit dem ätzenden Grief-Shaming!" war - glaube ich - in 48 Stunden durch.

Beispiel Terror durch die Antifa: Man kann ja gar nicht so schnell screenshooten, wie peinliche - weil kritische - Kommentare auf einschlägigen linksextremen Seiten wieder verschwinden und stattdessen die nächste Drohwelle auf (unter anderem) die katholischen Blogger zurollt. Und was soll man - außer einem extrem angepissen Rant - schon noch groß zu dem Thema schreiben? Wenn irgendwer 'ne Idee hat, wie man diese weltfremden Frustfürsten mit ihrem Richterkomplex auch nur ansatzweise auf einer Ebene erreichen kann, auf der Brandsätze, Springmesser, Zwillen, Pflastersteine und in bedrohliche, große Worte gepackte kleine Gedanken erst einmal kein Thema sind: Gerne.

Beispiel Rußland/Türkei: Klaro waren entweder alle oder keiner Schuld. Und es ist ja auch völlig neu, daß Herrscher (plus jeweiliger Clique) lieber Mal bezüglich eines oder mehrerer Menschenleben Fünfe grade sein lassen, und ihren Auftrag als "Alle kacke außer Ich (und vielleicht noch ein paar Speichellecker)!" mißverstehen. Da muß ich dringend auch noch meinen Senf zu geben.

Aber jetzt habe ich dann gestern doch noch etwas gesehen, welches genug "Blut wird in den Adern zu Eis"-Potential besitzt, um es hier mal kurz anzusprechen: Die Rede ist von der totalen Zombifizierung der USofA am sogenannten "Black Friday".

Der traditionelle Beginn der Weihnachts-Einkaufssaison lockt Konsumenten mit abgrundtiefen Super-Sonder-Angeboten schon donnerstags vor die geschlossenen Ladentüren, damit jeder nur ganz weit vorne steht und somit zu den Ersten gehört, die sich von Geld, welches sie meistens gar nicht haben, Dinge kaufen, die sie in der Regel gar nicht brauchen, um Schulden anzuhäufen, die sie lieber gar nicht hätten. Wäre das Ganze nun ein gesitteter Vorgang, während welchem jeder sich ganz individuell in den Ruin stürzt, weil er eben doch den Bildschirm mit 5 cm mehr Durchmesser oder den Gemüsedämpfer für 50% weniger braucht, dann könnte man vielleicht noch mit der Schulter zucken. Aber die ganze Aktion ist leider ein gnadenloser Beutezug egoistischer Shopping-Mall-Gladiatoren, die bei Ladenöffnung mit solcher Bestimmtheit auf die ihnen ohne jeden Zweifel bereits gehörenden Waren zuhechten, daß dabei auch mal jemand hinfällt und überrannt wird. Und wehe demjenigen, der von einem begehrten und spottbillig angebotenen Produkt das letzte erwischt, aber sich von leer ausgegangenen Hyänen und Wölfen umstellt sieht. Mad Max käme da kaum unversehrt raus.

Die Pointe ist natürlich, daß diese Produkte in der Regel gar nicht so preiswert sind, wie es scheint, weil viele Unternehmen in den Wochen vor dem Black Friday ihre Preise stetig leicht anheben, um sie dann fallen zu lassen, weil nur für diesen Tag produzierte Abklatschware verhökert wird und weil die Ausgangspreise in Wirklichkeit nie so hoch waren, wie auf den Schildern angegeben, sondern einfach nur unverschämt hohe "unverbindliche Preisempfehlungen" sind.

Es gibt wahrscheinlich viele verschiedene Situationen, in denen einem Menschen ein Gedanke durch den Kopf schießen kann wie "Wir sind echt am Arsch!"

Als ich gestern in diversen Videos die Heerscharen untoter, wie ferngesteuert wirkender Konsum-Zombies sah, die sich gegenseitig Elektronik-Ramsch aus den Händen rissen, sich rauften, auf Sicherheitsleute und Cops losgingen, Läden in Schutt und Asche legten und Kinder noch lieber in die Schlacht schickten, als sich bergend über sie zu werfen, da war ich mir für einen ganz kurzen Augenblick nicht mehr sicher, ob ich mich, wenn's mal irgendwo eine universumweite 80er-Indie-Rock-Party geben sollte, dort wirklich als Mensch outen möchte.

"Hallo! Ich bin Xlotli. Vom Planeten Slogga. Ich bin ein Multide!"

"Äh... ja... Hi! Ich bin Ich. Vom Planeten Klosterneuburg. Ich bin ein Alipius!"

"Angenehm!"

"Ebenfalls!"

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January 2015
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December 2014
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January 2014
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December 2013
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December 2012
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December 2011
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