Saturday, July 19, 2014

Custos Fidei News Feed Expanding, Growing, & More!

The news feed you all see on the righthandside of the Custos Fidei blog is going to be upgraded, big time.

Many of you mostly come here to read those breaking news stories arriving from around the world. Well, some of you may not know that I use Custos Fidei to test new ideas, ie, the Global News Site that I benched for now among other things (BigPulpit.com was fine tuned on Custos Fidei before having it's own website).

For roughly three years I've been searching for ways to create a website for this news feed and after many trials and errors, I am getting close to launching it. It works like a feed, ie, feedly, but an audience is always available for such a site. Especially for breaking global Catholic news stories. The site already has a name and it will be up and running on Monday, July 21. I will announce the 'Go-Live' here and at The American Catholic before the end of July.

If you have any ideas on how to improve what you already see on the news feed here at Custos Fidei, please leave comments or contact me via email or both. I promise the website will be spiffy, engaging and expansive (and continuously in development, always improving).

Anyways, I'll still keep the Custos Fidei feed, but you may just switch after it's launched.
Friday, May 23, 2014

FRIDAY EDITION

How Secret Chechen Fighters in Ukraine Could Help Russia - Lorena O'Neil, Ozy
Russia Mulls a Digital Iron Curtain - Glenn Kates, The Atlantic
Palestinian Christians React Cautiously to Fatah-Hamas Reconciliation - M. Chabin
Disabled South Korean Vets Get Help from American Vietnamese - Kevin Knodell
Interpol at 100: Does the World's Police Force Work? - Kathy Gilsinan, The Atlantic
The Fake 'Asian' Who Fooled 18th-Century London - Kembrew McLeod, The Atlantic
America's Coming Manufacturing Revolution - Moisés Naím, The Atlantic
Ever Wanted to Be Spider-Man? The Pentagon Is Working on That - Matthew Gault
The Haunted Life of Cornelius Gurlitt - William Newton, Blog of the Courtier
The British Perfected the Art of Brewing Tea Inside an Armored Vehicle - J. Simpson
The Strange & Awful History of Blacks in Nazi Germany - Preach Jacobs, Medium
The Starting Point for Discussing the Science-Humanities Relationship - E. Dougherty
Wednesday, May 21, 2014

WEDNESDAY EDITION

China’s ‘Peaceful Rise’ & the South China Sea - Shannon Tiezzi, The Editor
Can China Best the West in Statecraft? - John Micklethwait & Adrian Wooldridge
Is Democracy Over? - Roger Berkowitz, The American Interest
Who Can Save South Sudan? - Kevin Knodell, Medium
The French Military Shakes Things Up In Africa - Peter Dörrie, Medium
Africa Is Arming Faster Than Any Other Continent - Peter Dörrie, Medium
Common Traits Bind Jews & Chinese - Spengler, Asia Times
Splitting Libya Into Tripolitania & Cyrenaica - Gwynne Dyer
Legacy of Ostpolitik: Germany’s Russia Policy & Energy Security - Felix K. Chang, FPRI
Scavenger Cities - Chris White, Atlas Obscura
Perfectibilists - Joshua Glenn, Hilo Brow
How to Enter a Room Like a Boss - John Corcoran, The Art of Manliness
Monday, May 19, 2014

MONDAY EDITION

After 500 Years, Christopher Columbus's Santa Maria Found - David Keys, Ind.
What To Expect in a B.J.P.-Led India - Jonah Blank, Foreign Affairs
Should Pakistan Welcome Modi’s Election in India? - Zachary Keck, The Diplomat
India's Election, In One Stunning Map - Max Fisher, Vox
India's Congress Party Out of Power After 10 Years - Sanjay Kumar, The Pulse
Rudra's Dream: An Independent Tamil State - Adam Matthews, Ozy
France: Boys in Skirts - Tiberge, Gallia Watch
Lebanon on the Brink - David Gardner, FT Magazine
The Middle East’s Forgotten Minority - Noam Raydan & Adam Heffez
U. S. Worried North Korea Is a Biological Time Bomb - Joe Trevithick, Medium
Tracking Nigeria's Worsening Security in Real Time - Uri Friedman, The Atlantic
Inside Mexico's Feared Sinaloa Drugs Cartel - Paul Wood, BBC News Magazine
Wednesday, May 14, 2014

WEDNESDAY EDITION

Ankara to Black Sea - Akin Unver, Foreign Affairs
Federal Liberty: The Importance of the Dutch Example - Bruce Frohnen
Putin’s 'Greater Novorossiya', Dismemberment of Ukraine - A. A. Basora & A. Fisher
Do Ideas Really Have Consequences? - S. Adam Seagrave, Public Discourse
The Red Chines Military Is a Paper Dragon - Kyle Mizokami, Medium
100 Years of a United Nigeria Is Enough - Gwynne Dyer
Jihadists: Nigeria's & the World's Islam Problem, in 1993 - Andrew Bostom PhD
The Globalizing Golden Age of Beer - James Fallows, The Atlantic
Where the Culture War's Fault Lines Really Lie - Noah J. Toly, First Things
Musical Beauty Makes a Comeback - Donald Devin, State of the Union
Europe’s Crisis Treadmill - Barry Eichengreen, Project Syndicate
The Last Communist City - Michael J. Totten, City Journal
Tuesday, May 13, 2014

TUESDAY EDITION

Europe Needs a New Narrative - Adrian Armstrong, The European
France Clings to Customs as Its Economy Implodes - Terry Wogan, The Daily Telegraph
Compromise With Russia, Compromise on Democracy? - Raymond Sontag, The Natl Intr
The Only Way to Save Ukraine: Federalization - Balazs Jarabik, The National Interest
After Crimea & Eastern Ukraine: Moldova? - Jordan Schachtel, Big Peace
Inside Ukraine's Shadow War - Mike Giglio, BuzzFeed World
St. John Paul II & the Future of Ukraine - Alexander R. Sich, Crisis Magazine
Slavery in Africa Is a Real Crisis - Emma Christopher, The Conversation
China's Latin American Empire - América Economia
A Light Unto Cities: Medellín, Columbia - Joseph E. Stiglitz, Project Syndicate
Putin's Plans for Regional Integration Go Boom - Nate Schenkkan, Foreign Affairs
The Implications of the U.S.-Philippines Defense Agreement - Aileen S. P. Baviera
Monday, May 12, 2014

The Focus of the New Aggregater Is Narrowed Down

Thank you all for reading this and trying to understand what this new aggregater is going to be.

Yes, it isn't Catholic, but once I give you my newest definition, a much more focused definition, you'll understand like Blessed Cardinal Newman.

I want to offer a service that involves geopolitical issues, ie, offering news analysis and opinion on international matters.  And if possible, within a historical context.

The goal is to offer global news that gets you to think about the international implications.  To understand where we came and where we are heading to.

I have a name, but I need to secure the rights to this name.

If you are reading or skimming along, you (hopefully) will have an idea of what I'm trying to pull off.

Think of it as RealClearWorld with a little bit of RealClearHistory, but better.  Much better.
Thursday, May 8, 2014

THURSDAY EDITION

China Is Still Number Two - Jeffrey Frankel, Project Syndicate
China Doesn't Want to Be Number One - Shannon Tiezzi, China Power
China Plans for North Korean Regime Collapse Leaked - Julian Ryall, The Telegraph
Of Course China Has a Plan for North Korea Collapse - Emily Rauhala, Time Mgzn
The Chinese & the Jews - Michael Ledeen, PJ Media
Can China's Defense Industry Catch Up? - Robert Farley, Flashpoints
How Germany Could Have Won World War I - Michael Peck, The National Interest
Explainer: Boko Haram & the Kidnapped Christian Girls - Joe Carter, Actn Inst
We Must Wipe Out Boko Haram - Matt Gurney, National Post
The Family Matrix - Gerard V. Bradley, Public Discourse
Balancing Career & Family: Married Men & Everyone - Margarita Moone
Could the Ukraine Crisis Spark a World War? - Graham Allison, The Natl Interest
Tuesday, May 6, 2014

TUESDAY EDITION

NATO's Biggest Mistake - Michael E. Brown, Foreign Affairs
The Arab Spring Was Not Supposed to Be About Religion - Acton Institute
Nagorno-Karabakh After Crimea - Brenda Shaffer, Foreign Affairs
Mexican Govt Fed Up w/Vigilante Gunmen Attacking the Drug Cartels - R. Beckhusen, M
Bad History: Rethinking the Whiggish American Orthodoxy - Michael Davis
Your Media Diet Is Immoral - Adam Gurri, The Ümlaut
Rethinking Property in the Digital Era - Jennifer McArdle, The National Interest
Japan's Change Generation - Devin Stewart, Foreign Affairs
Selfie Identity - Paul Brian, Ethika Politika
Monday, May 5, 2014

New Aggregater Starting Tomorrow

Yes, it's been awhile, but I've been busy building up my other websites that is my livelihood.

Anyways, if you all remember that I used to post a daily round-up of posts from the Catholic blogosphere that later evolved into it's own website.  Well, I'm at it again but in a different genre.

Beginning tomorrow morning I'll be posting, daily I hope, on news analysis and opinion from around the world on society, history and culture.  Yes, it's a bit vague, but it's much better than my abortive attempt when I launched Big News Wonk.  Which was an amalgamation of politics and world news.

The politics portion of Big News Wonk returned to the God & Caesar website, but the world news portion I've been working on and tweaking all 2014.  Before I launch it, I'll be posting what I think are important global news links on society, history, and culture daily.

So enjoy!
Thursday, October 17, 2013

Dr. Kathryn Karges and Women’s Health Care


I wanted to get the word out about a special talk coming up at St. Theresa's in Sugar Land.  Tuesday, October 22nd at 7:30pm, Dr. Kathryn Karges, MD, CFCMC, will speak about her special pro-life OB/GYN practice at St. Joseph's Hospital in Houston and the advances of Natural Reproductive Technology (NaProTECHNOLOGY) to help identify and treat a variety of women's health problems.

Dr. Karges is one of only 10 fellowship-trained NaProTECHNOLOGY surgeons in the U. S.  She applies the innovative science of NaProTECHNOLOGY to treat women for infertility and a full range of gynecologic health concerns.

Dr. Karges has special interests in the treatment of abnormal uterine bleeding, polycystic ovarian disease, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), post partum depression (PPD), recurrent miscarriage, minimally invasive surgery, and the diagnosis and treatment of infertility.  In addition, she has received specialized training in da Vinci Robotic-Assisted surgery as well as microsurgical training for repair of damaged fallopian tubes.  

The talk will take place in Room A of the Family Life Center at St. Theresa Catholic Church in Sugar Land (705 St. Theresa Boulevard, Sugar Land, TX).  Child care is available.

For more information click here.
Thursday, January 24, 2013

Ignitum Today Update

The Ignitum Today website has been down for a day and counting.

We are working to resolve this issue and how have a timetable to offer. IT should be up by Monday morning if not earlier, barring any other issues.

We were not attacked, we are just experiencing growing pains of a surge in visitors and and increase of database resources that will be resolved shortly.

The other websites are also suffering slow down issues, but nothing to worry about.

Thank you for your understanding and your prayers are appreciated.

 In Jesus, Mary, & Joseph,

Tito Edwards
Co-Founder of Ignitum Today

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