Thought-Provoking Reads, vol. 6

Bill McCormick, S.J., America, “Bannon and Feinstein remind us that anti-Catholic bigotry is a bipartisan problem”: You cannot make this stuff up. Completely unplanned, two figures as different as Steve Bannon and Dianne Feinstein—a Trump-supporting Breitbart writer and a progressive California hero—inadvertently teamed up to remind Catholics that anti-Catholic bigotry is alive and well in both political … More Thought-Provoking Reads, vol. 6

Highlights of 2016

—Went to a few Fordham basketball games —Spent a weekend snowed in after a blizzard —Started writing weekly Frassati reflections —Went on two ski trips —Got to see several books I’ve edited come out in print —Hosted a St. Patrick’s Day/March Madness party —Watched Notre Dame win a first-round March Madness game in Brooklyn and celebrated a national … More Highlights of 2016

7 Quick Takes: Catching Up

Linking up with Kelly. —1— It’s been a while since I’ve managed to write one of these posts—I’ve had a busy fall! First of all, I’ve updated the URL for this blog—now it’s much easier to remember: http://workinprogress.blog —2— I recently set up a Goodreads account, and I’ve been logging the books I’ve been reading: http://goodreads.com/erinmaureenanneMore 7 Quick Takes: Catching Up