Counting My Blessings: Still Thankful to be an American

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 to make a regular part of my life, not just something to do once a year on Thanksgiving. As I made my way through the list, certain things rose quickly to the top: my beautiful wife, my ama... More


Isn’t It Time We Asked: What Kind Of Government Do Catholics Want?

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 suffer through debates, we watch endless coverage of campaign stops and stump speeches, and with the addition of social media, we see endless posts and discussions about the election from family, fr... More

The Battle for Western Culture: What is at Stake?

This morning, I came across an article published in May of this year by my friend Hilary White, the Rome Correspondent for Lifesitenews. The focus of the piece was about Pope Benedict’s message to the 7th World Meeting of Families in Milan. The Holy Father’s repeated message has been that families are the foundation of society, and White pinpoints the reason why: Behind the primacy of ... More


Just a Reminder: No One Here Is Executed for Apostasy

Rhetoric gets pretty heated here in the States every now and then. One side accuses the other side of betraying America’s founding principles and being brainwashed by religious beliefs, and the other side accuses the first side of the same. But we’re not at the point where a civil court is sentencing someone to death for apostasy. Like Iran. So while the country is headed for a fiscal ... More



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