- Well, the first Remnant piece went over QUITE well. And, like clockwork, here comes this news, which just proves my point EXACTLY:
“Melinda Gates: It’s time for women’s unpaid work in the home to be recognised….”
- The best feedback on the Remnant piece, “Go Clean Up the Kitchen, You Stupid, Stupid Woman” was the lady who said that HER CHILDREN are her “compensation” (yep – the notion of a woman actually loving her children is SQUIRMWORTHY in this sick, depraved culture), and this: This is excellent. Thank you, Ann. As happy as it makes me to cook and clean for my family, I think it makes my husband even happier. For my birthday last year he gave me the following quote in a lovely frame: “There is no spectacle on earth more appealing than that of a beautiful woman in the act of cooking dinner for someone she loves.” It hangs in my kitchen, where I can see it as I’m cooking.Yeah, you should DEFINITELY keep him around. Spectacular!
3. In terms of The Remnant Newspaper, they have great content, are doing yeoman’s work, and their subscription rate is very low. If you want to help support them, the ANNUAL subscription cost is a whopping $40. Not $40 per month – no – $40 per year. $3.33 per month. Although I think it is billed all at once because it is such a low price.
Here is the link to their subscription page if you would like to help them out.
4. From the Mailbag:
BUT, and here is my question for any theologians who might be out there reading, COULD IT BE POSSIBLE that God in His omniscience originally forbad the marital embrace during menstruation because He knew that people would, in an attempt to contracept “naturally”, especially in today’s age, have marital relations during the wife’s period, which is obviously almost certainly infertile, and then abstain for the rest of the month?
I have a philosopher friend who can explain why the primary end of the marital embrace is EXCLUSIVELY the transmission of life, and secondarily – VERY secondarily – the unitive aspect for the couple, and why the whole John Paul II Theology of the Body TOTALLY messes all of that up, because it puts the unitive aspect on equal if not a superior plane as reproduction. And then you end up with massive scandals like Christopher West’s oeuvre of soft porn books on “Catholic sex”, and a woman who had an affair and child with a priest writing a book on Theology of the Body. The slope is slippery and it all gets VERY diabolical VERY quickly. I need to consult with my philosopher friend and write the layman’s explanation up, because it is very important, and Bergoglio’s heresy has made it front page news.