Tag Archives: natural law

California Murders, and Remembering

I hadn’t planned on writing about murder and getting a grip this week. Or next. But another multiple murder is international news. “California shooting: Schoolteachers ‘saved’ children from gunman” BBC News (November 15, 2017) “A gunman who killed four people … Continue reading

Posted in being Catholic | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Values and Ichthyosaurs

A nation’s schools are returning to traditional values. Whether that’s good or bad news depends partly on how you see what we’ve learned since about 1859. I think we’ve learned more about how the universe works, and that this is … Continue reading

Posted in science news | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

“A Writer Who is Catholic”

My #3 daughter has some of my qualities, and attitudes. About four years back now, she vented frustration about writers, faith, and assumptions. She wasn’t nearly as loud as I’ve often been during ‘vents.’ When folks learned she’s a writer, … Continue reading

Posted in being a writer, being Catholic | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments

Climate Change, Attitudes

I’ll be talking about Earth’s climate, China’s pollution problems, and icebergs: including one the size of Delaware. The big berg broke off from Antarctica this week. The recent G20 meeting was mostly about economics, not climate change; but that didn’t … Continue reading

Posted in being a citizen, science news | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments