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Interview With Phil Lawler

Go here to view Phil Lawler’s interview with Raymond Arroyo last night.  Lawler’s look at the Francis pontificate, Lost Shepherd: How Pope Francis Is Misleading His Flock, has just been published.  PopeWatch will be doing a review of it.  As a Catholic commenter Phil Lawler is no bomb thrower, but as mainstream as it is possible to be.  That Lawler views Francis as a danger to the Church illustrates just how far off the beam Francis is as Pope.

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Donald R. McClarey

Cradle Catholic. Active in the pro-life movement since 1973. Father of three and happily married for 35 years. Small town lawyer and amateur historian. Former president of the board of directors of the local crisis pregnancy center for a decade.

6 Comments

  1. Still can’t read your blog on my phone 🙁 but the front page is now readable!

    Everything is in a one character wide column. This is the first time I could find the comment system in weeks.

  2. The problem which Alice identifies has also been with me for months. But this morning my android display of TAC is perfect. I have tried Chrome, the new Explorer and Foxfire previously all with results that Alice identifies. Please keep TAC as it is now. Thank you.

  3. Same here with my Android. Single file Roman alphabet from top to bottom though no pictographs. Chinese hacking? To view TAC I must use a computer, or my Kindle with the screen horizontally rotated.

  4. I still have that issue with my iPhone unless I hold it horizontally as opposed to vertically.

  5. My android displays the same symptoms as Greg’s iPhone. Turning horizontally allows some semblance of normalcy in display except that the symbols for sharing on FB, Twitter, Stumbleupon, LinkedIn, etc. cover too much of the bottom part of the screen, making commenting difficult at best.

    I think the issue is that banner at the top of the page. It always fits on the Android screen, horizontal and vertical. But the width of the field for the blog post is much less than the width of the banner. Display on computer is wide enough to accommodate both, but not on a cell phone and so we have this problem.

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