Do ye think I'm dead?



I hope The Wake finds you well, and I hope that I have at least a little something of value to say to you as a reward for visiting; time is valuable and I hope not to waste yours. At the very least, I hope an amusing Irish folk song (see below) will brighten your day before you move on to activities you find more valuable than reading my blog.


Finnegan's Wake

is an Irish folk song of which I am rather fond, and it will serve as a sort of theme song for this blog. To the left is The High King's rendition; enjoy.

I Heard The Old Man Say

Todo que hago es ganar.

Finance and Morality

Wherein interesting observations are made

Glory to God for All Things

Orthodox Christianity, Culture and Religion, Making the Journey of Faith

In the Light of the Law

A Canon Lawyer's Blog

Zippy Catholic

"This is to show the world that I can paint like Titian. Only technical details are missing." - Wolfgang Pauli, caption for a blank page

The Orthosphere

Wherever an altar is found, there civilization exists - Joseph de Maistre

Wood Faileth

When the wood faileth, the fire shall go out: and when the talebearer is taken away, contentions shall cease.

Malcolm the Cynic

If you must weep, turn your face aside and see you wet not your bow-string.

Infinite Semiosis

Investigations of a Semiotic Animal

Just Thomism


The Sunshine Thiry Blog

A blog about family, faith, culture, politics, gardening, and small town life

Throne and Altar

The peace of all things is the tranquility of order. -- St. Augustine