Rhodesian Kipple.

Last week I said the left counted Kipling as one of their own. He did like to see new plains settled and productive. Cecil Rhodes and Ian Smith did a better job of stewarding the land than the revolutionaries and Jesuits (Mugabe was educated by the Jesuits and Irish — their hatred of the British […]

Lectionary Life

20 November 19

You may stand in the holiest of holies: you may have dedicated your life on climbing the academic and ecclesial pole to become an archbishop, a moderator, a cardinal. You may consider your word feared. You may consider you can proclaim anything, as you stand in the seat of Peter. you can embrace those who […]