Steve Skojec is the Vice President of Communications & Marketing for an independent real estate brokerage. He is a graduate of Franciscan University of Steubenville, where he earned a BA in Communications and Theology. He has been blogging about the intersection of religion and politics for 10 years, and was a columnist and staff blogger for Crisis Magazine from 2008 – 2012. His hobbies include writing, photography, art & design, social media, and an avid appreciation of science fiction. Steve lives in Northern Virginia with his wife Jamie and their six children.
The sun was glaringly bright in a cloudless sky. As I drove the little red Nissan pickup down the barren stretch of desert highway, I noticed something up ahead. Checkpoint. A group of dark-skinned me... More
[caption id="attachment_38983" align="aligncenter" width="504" caption="This image appears in the annual Leesburg Christmas Parade"][/caption]Every year around this time, the stories begin popping up ... More
This morning, as I got ready for a long day of cooking, eating, and spending time with my family, I took time to pray, reflecting on those things I'm most thankful for. This is a practice I've tried t... More
I think it's fair to say that everyone is tired of election politics. The political process in America ensures this. For many months before the election, we are inundated with advertisements, we suff... More
Stephen Krason, Professor of Political Science and Legal Studies at Franciscan University, tackles the moral question of voting for a candidate who doesn't have a perfect pro-life position: The cen... More
Every pro-life voter knows that Mitt Romney has a troubling record on abortion. Those of us who have chosen to support him hope that the change of heart he describes on this issue is real, and that ... More
I've made no secret of not being a Romney fan. Or, for that matter, a fan of establishment voting. I didn't vote for McCain in 2008 and instead chose the third party option, and I had no trouble exp... More