Death battles are one of those genres that are good because of how simple they are, since all you need to create a decent death battle is a proper place to fight, a reason for the death battle, the means of fighting, and the characters that are to be killed, beyond that, everything is up to the execution and the skill of the creators. 4,506 more words
Matthew Schmitz’s essay, “Burying Benedict,” has kicked up quite a firestorm in the Catholic internet. The usual suspects—ranging from Fr. James Martin, S.J., to Professor Massimo Faggioli—have chimed in to suggest that, when one pope contradicts another pope, the only important thing is that there is one pope at the moment. 1,526 more words
The conundrum that I’m also sure a lot of people face or get criticised and shamed about.
I’ve always thought of myself to be a nice person, especially after some life-changing situations that made me realise and appreciate the people that are close to me are my life. 506 more words