Go watch the trailer… Leading up to the December 17 release of The Lord of The Rings: The Return of the King, the final film Peter Jackson’s epic trilogy, New Line Cinema will bring moviegoers an exclusive, ONE-time-only in-theater event: The Lord of the Rings Special Extended Edition Screening Engagement. The schedule for this special … Continue reading The Return of the King
After the complete victory over the Arians, saint Ambrose wrote a hymn of praise: Te Deum laudamus – We praise you, Lord. Two years later, when all the faithful were assembled in Milano to witness the baptism of Saint Augustine, this hymn of praise was sung to those baptized. An early biography of Augustine writes: … Continue reading Te Deum laudamus
The Father imposed His wrath due unto, and the Son underwent punishment for, either: 1.) All the sins of all men. or 2.) All the sins of some men. or 3.) Some of the sins of all men. In which case it may be said: That if the last be true, all men have some … Continue reading For whom did Christ die?
“The `real world`… An idea no longer of any use, Not even a duty any longer… An idea grown useless… A refuted idea: let us abolish it!” – Friedrich Nietzsche in Twilight of the Idols “…they became futile in their understanding, and their foolish heart was darkened. Professing themselves to be wise they became fools…” … Continue reading Compare/Contrast
If there is a single savior of Celtic music, Alan Stivell is probably it.
Since the end of the 1960s, he has done more to revive interest in the Celtic (specifically Breton) harp than anyone in the world and, in the process, almost singlehandedly made the world aware of native Breton Celtic music.
Since 1971, he has been recording albums of extraordinary beauty and diversity, ranging from ancient Breton and Irish material to modern folk-rock and progressive rock.
Recent polls show that Democratic presidential hopeful Howard Dean to be ahead of the pack in Europe. Dean`s anti-war, pro-nationalized healthcare stance has resonated with like-minded Europeans. Polls show that if the election was held today – and if it was held in Europe instead of the U.S. – that Dean would win by a … Continue reading Howard Dean leading the polls in Europe.
As many in the State Department have been predicting, the Axis of Evil moved this week to remove Iraq from its list of participating nations. Iraq, which was a founding member of the Axis of Evil, had no immediate response to the decision. Member nations cited a list of grievances against Iraq, including no longer … Continue reading Iraq No Longer Meeting Obligations as Evil Axis Member