The Friday Link Fry
Oh my... Catholic Key says:
abortion accounts for 60 percent of all deaths in New York City.
Read: Christian Government Official Assassinated in Pakistan on Mere Comments
It’s first reconciliation season at Matthew Archbold’s house, on NCR: Oh my Gosh I Am Hardly Sorry for Having Upended Thee
Janet E. Smith has revised her talk Contraception: Why Not? and posted it at CERC.
You needed science to tell you this?:
Jean-Rémy Duboc at Productive Catholic gives you 5 ways to put “becoming a saint” at the top of your to-do list
#2 Prioritize everything according to the “sainthood rule”
The American Catholic had a humorous post yesterday: Top Ten Rejected Shows at EWTN
Michael Barber, writing for The Sacred Page presents The Biblical Rationale for Lent and Its Origins in the Early Church: Addressing the Scandals of Mardi Gras
Niall Ferguson at Newsweek wrote Men Without Women The ominous rise of Asia’s bachelor generation. I saw that at Mere Comments
"Imagine 10 cities the size of Houston populated exclusively by young males."
Paul Krugman questions the value of a college degree. Well, he’s catching up, but still behind.
UPDATE: Carl Stritter emails: “Every time Paul Krugman sits down at his typewriter he proves that a college degree is valueless.” Heh.