Fordham Hosts Hilarious Colbert and Dolan and Martin Too

Proud as a peach of my alma mater today after hosting the illustrious Stephen Colbert of the acclaimed Colbert Report and the esteemed Archbishop of New York, Cardinal Timothy Dolan for an evening on Catholic Humor, which at times turned serious. The animation pictured above is awesome and was created by Fordham Senior, Tim Luecke. […]

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Dolan and Martin and Colbert…OH MY!

From Religion News Service: I just may have to fly down to my alma mater for this one. Fordham University is sponsoring an event on Sept. 14 titled: “The Cardinal and Colbert: Humor, Joy, and the Spiritual Life.” Now THAT could be an amazing event. Here’s a snip on each “theologian-comedian” as moderator Fr. James […]

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Screw Your Roommate

I was going through old notes and pictures and other paraphernalia recently and began to tell some old stories of the college days. This one from my sophomore year is one of my favorites. We held a dance in each residence hall at Fordham each year called the “Screw Your Roommate Dance” which essentially meant […]

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Order is Order

I’ve recently met some very inflexible people who need things precisely ordered or they just can’t deal. Which led me to the buzz feed story today:

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Those Sexist Muppets

Peacebang, who is always insightful, mentioned her love for the muppets today but, also mentioned her distaste for an underlying (or perhaps not so underlying) sexism that runs through the recent movie. I get that the movie is a bit retro in its attitudes, as it’s trying to keep things innocent and fresh. I appreciate […]

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Naval Officer, Marine Commander, Bishop…He Did it All.

I’ve had the pleasure to get to know a few Bishops in my career. And at a time when Bishops are criticized and critical of many things, I’d like to take time out to remember one Bishop fondly. Bishop Joseph Estabrook was an auxiliary Bishop of the Military Diocese and I was proud to know […]

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