(1) Link for those who haven’t seen it: Up at the blorg, my thoughts on the belief in invisible things, and a book recommendation for who those who believe in invisible things both animate and inanimate.
(2) Julie D. reminds you that Nov. 1 is a Holy Day of Obligation.
(3) I demonstrated my incompetent streak yesterday by attempting to open my review copy of SImcha Fisher’s new book, but luckily the author herself came to my help when I pleaded. She regrets associating with me, I’m sure.
But hey! I read the book! It’s very good, and fills a niche about the size of a deep sea trench in the literature on NFP. Also, I laughed at select passages — not out loud, but that silent, tears-rolling-down-cheeks thing that you do when something is too funny for laughing out loud. (There were other parts that exhort the reader to maturity and selfless love and all that. I was duly solemn during those parts.)
Giveaway opens Friday, and I will sit on my hands and not quote any punch lines. Therese-like self-control here.
Cover art courtesy of MTF. LOVE these guys. Love ’em.
2 thoughts on “Faith, Science, Halloween – assorted links and book recommendations”
I love this from your blorg! “If we can mock Satan on the eve of All Saint’s Day, it’s because we’re the little kid standing behind God the Father saying, “Yeah! Go get him Dad!”