With "A Protest for Everybody" the French lead the way in fighting for the traditional understanding of marriage and protecting children from homosexual adoption. Unlike the American Tea Party movement, the French have avoided association with any political party. In this fascinating article, The New Yorker reports on this stubborn and politically-savvy holdout of family values.
While definitely not a sedevacantist, Steve Skojek does recognize the heresy of modernism in the Church and, in this post, calls on Catholics to take a strong stand against it, especially via the internet.
What would you do if food deliveries to grocery stores suddenly stopped? "Everyone is a food activist when they are hungry," pleads Jeremy Loveday in this video presentation of his poem, which charmingly argues for food security through localism.