Stephanie Gray: “Abortion: From Controversy to Civility”

June 30, 2017

Abortion is the killing of an innocent human being, a baby. This cannot be objectively denied. Are we to allow, let alone support the killing of innocent babies? Stephanie Gray, internationally renowned speaker and author, applies the Socratic method and storytelling to the debate surrounding abortion. She invites the audience to be “pro-conversation” on a […]

Boys Asked to Slap Girl

February 8, 2015

SUNDAY OF THE FIFTH WEEK OF ORDINARY TIME+Feast of St. Paul Miki (Priest) & Companions (1597), Martyrs My Beloved: In a social experiment exploring violence against women, young boys in Italy were asked to slap a girl. Watch how they react in the video below: What do you think of their reactions? Let us know […]

Duck Dynasty, the First Amendment, and the Anti-Christ

December 20, 2013

FRIDAY OF THE THIRD WEEK OF ADVENT +Feast of Sts. Abraham, Isaac, & Jacob, Patriarchs My Beloved: Someone made the comment about all the hoopla over the remarks made by Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson and the First Amendment as relatively unimportant since the Constitution will not save anyone’s soul.  The Constitution of the United States of […]

Constitution Trampled by the Obama Regime

November 5, 2013

Extermination of Girls in America

November 4, 2013

MONDAY OF THE THIRTY-FIRST WEEK OF ORDINARY TIME +Feast of St. Charles Barromeo (1584), Bishop, Patron of Seminarians My Beloved: We all know the evil of Communist China that forces abortions upon women, especially if the child is a girl. In China, the murder of these little girls is not restricted to the pre-born, but […]

Time to be a Man and not a Sissy

March 9, 2013

SATURDAY OF THE THIRD WEEK OF LENT +Feast of St. Francis of Rome (1440), Religious, Patron of Motorist, Widows+Feast of St. Dominic Savio (1857), Patron of Choirboys & the Falsely Accused My Beloved: A relative of mine, Father John Colet, spoke out against the corruption of the clergy of his day in the early 16th […]

More Pecksniffery against the Catholic Church

February 28, 2013

THURSDAY OF THE SECOND WEEK OF LENT +Feast of St. Hilary (468), Pope Dear Beloved: This past weekend, Sally Quinn wrote another pecksniffery and churlish slam-the-Church op-ed piece in the Washington Post. Bill Donohue, of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, published a great response, which saves me the time:  It is not easy to […]

Pope Benedict: Christian politicians cannot step away from defence of marriage

September 27, 2012

THURSDAY OF THE TWENTY-FIFTH WEEK OF ORDINARY TIME +Feast of St. Vincent de Paul (1660), Priest, Founder, Patron of Charitable Societies+Feast of Sts. Paul Chong Hasang & Companions (1839-1867), Martyrs   Pope Benedict: Christian politicians cannot step away from defence of marriage by Hilary White, Rome Correspondent VATICAN CITY, September 26, 2012 ( –The different […]

Pros and Cons of Obamacare

September 21, 2012

FRIDAY OF THE TWENTY-FOURTH WEEK OF ORDINARY TIME +Feast of St. Matthew (65), Apostle and Evangelist, Patron of Bankers On another blog entry, Michael commented by asking the following question: I don’t know how good or bad Obamacare is, but I do know that universal health care, though not without problems, works quite well here […]

Should we forgive the Left on their view of Socialism

September 11, 2012

SUNDAY OF THE THIRTEENTH WEEK OF ORDINARY TIME +Feast of St. Adelphus (5th Century), Bishop With the real dangers of our country sliding further down the filthy road of socialism, we ought to ask, “What is Socialism?” A few people from the Democratic Convention were asked this question:  Need we say more? The utter ignorance of the […]

If one wishes to win the world for Christ, he must have the courage to come into conflict with it. —Blessed Titus Brandsma

I would not believe the Gospel itself, if the authority of the Catholic Church did not move me to do so. —St. Augustine of Hippo

The more we see failure in obedience, the stronger should be our suspicion of temptation. —St. Teresa of Avila

Lord, those are your best servants who wish to shape their life on Your answers rather than to shape your answers on their wishes. —St. Augustine