Category Archives: Commentary

Review: Lou Antonelli’s Another Girl, Another Planet

Let’s keep this one short:  Buy Lou Antonelli’s Another Girl, Another Planet. Thanks. No, that’s it, go out, buy this book. You don’t like or read alternate history? Neither do I. Too bad, you’ll like it anyway. Really. …. Sigh. Okay. … Continue reading

Posted in Comedy, Commentary, Fiction, Reviews, Thriller | Tagged | 1 Comment

Catholic Dragon Award Suggestions

Since we have not mentioned this since February, It’s occurred to me that the first post was probably a little too cavalier in that Dragon Award post. We should spell out what the bleep is going on a little bit … Continue reading

Posted in Analysis, Commentary, Fantasy, Fiction, Horror, Mystery, News, Romance, Science Fiction, Superhero, Thriller, Writing | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Black Panther Trailer Reaction

Welcome back to the Marvel Cinematic universe. The next trailer for the movie after next is here. And now: Black Panther.

Video | Posted on by | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Review: The Raven, the Elf, and Rachel

The Unexpected Enlightenment of Rachel Griffin had a magical girl, who ended up at a magical school, collected nearly a dozen magical friends, joined a fraternity, investigated a mystery, saw an omen that heralds the doom of worlds, headed off an … Continue reading

Posted in Commentary, Fantasy, Fiction, Reviews | Tagged | Leave a comment

Yes, It Is That Important: A Pro-Life Fisk

I knew it.  Sooner or later, we were bound to have a repeat offender on the fisk list, and here she is.  Once again, ladies and gentlemen, I give you Rebecca Bratten Weiss, who has said something so horrible, she … Continue reading

Posted in Fisks | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Confession and the Rosary

The other day, I went to Confession and had an experience I wanted to share with the Catholic Geek audience. The priest was forceful, which is always a mixture of refreshing and startling. Confession is a sacrament of love, but sometimes … Continue reading

Posted in Analysis, Commentary, Personal Posts, Sacraments, The Church | Tagged , , , , | 6 Comments

The Liturgy Wars: An Analysis of Pope Francis’s Recent Address

The subject of Sacred Music has come up at least once during the reign of almost every pope in the last century.  Pope St. Pius X started with his motu proprio in 1903.  Pius XI, who doesn’t get as much … Continue reading

Posted in Analysis, Liturgy | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment