1. “Hello brother.”
cries from the heart to God for all those killed and lives forever changed by the terrorist attack in New Zealand. May He be their consolation and strength. May we be love to all. pic.twitter.com/CIK9bHZKOi
— Kathryn Jean Lopez (@kathrynlopez) March 15, 2019
5. Peggy Noonan: “Do not network. Make friends. Learn about the lives of others.”
6. Full disclosure, I’ve never met a donkey. But the aforementioned Kelly Rosati will testify to human/animal connections being something “straight from the good Lord Himself.”
8. St. Joseph’s day altars in New Orleans — this is intense
Also, an adoption novena.
10. Why you might want to watch The Scarlet and the Black, if you haven’t.
Last call for National Review Institute Ideas Summit registration. I’ll be there. Will you?
I had a striking experience Monday morning, that I write about here, and its making me more comfortable with the cross as home, I pray, this Lent.
Also at NRI, we send out a weekly compendium of some of what I’m up to in and around the Center for Religion, Culture, and Civil Society. Right now, among other things, I’m re-reading William F. Buckley’s Nearer, My God for Lent, with little snippets shared in the e-mail. If that sounds like something you want in on, it’s free and you can sign up here.