Saturday, May 05, 2007

Breaking news this week in the blogosphere as word has spread that Frank Beckwith and his family have come home to the Catholic Church. Who is this? I am sure some of you are asking.
Mr. Beckwith is the President of the Evangelical Theological Society. The news ironically broke on the blog of Mr. James White. Yes, the Mr. White who spends a lot of his time trying to refute all things Catholic.

Mr. White's posting can be found here.
More informtion can be found on the blog of Jimmy Akin.
This also made the Aggie Catholic Blog, linked on the left of this blog.
It also brought a post from Kacy on her blog....which drew comments from Mr. White of all folks reading the blog of a soon to be graduating college senior in Texas.

Feel free to mosey on over to all these sites to read all the electrons on this news. Finally, I'd like to extend and Aggie Howdy and New England...welcahm hohm to the Beckwith's.



In other news, I was fortunate enough to go to Cypress last night and visited the Cypress saloon. A music venue that could be great, but that had one of the poorest and rudest audiences I have ever seen. Pay a 10 buck cover and just act like the band is the background music. That said, I did get a song dedicated to me. The leader of the band, who I had told a long time ago that I loved this song ever since I heard it on the radio during an interview in January of 2006, finally pulled it out and sang it...for me. It was a sweet though and was probably brought on by the fact that I was the only one really listening to the band, but still...it is a great song that I really relate to on a lot of levels even after not hearing it since that one time on the radio during Super Bowl XL. Thank you Bonnie!

Also, I don't plug to many things here, but this is an exception. Texas Burning will be happening Memorial Day weekend, on Thursday, May 24, 2007 at the Majestic Theatre in San Antonio at 7 PM. It will be an event honoring our Troops and their families and saluting those who have given their last full measure in service to our country. If you can make it, please go. Some great musicians doing a great thing for our boys and girls. More info can be found at the Texas Burning website.