I was a graduate student in English literature during the flakey 1970s. I had recently returned to Catholicism and found my faith under daily attack by professors who took great relish in debunking the Church. I spent a lot of mental time trying to answer those criticisms for my own sake. Once, when talking with […]
Author Archive: Joseph Mazzara
Happily married to a beautiful southern woman, has two sons, with a third one on the way. Christendom Graduate, and a Marine Officer. My wife and I hope that over time our family becomes a beacon of light within our community, one that reflects the Faith God has given us, and one that helps lead people safely into His harbour, the Catholic Church.
I firmly believe that embryo adoption as it is currently understood is wrong. It is one of many immoral solutions to the question of what to do with these poor babies on ice. I also think, because of the violation of nature, and sanctity of marriage, plus the potential for the embryo dying anyway, embryo […]
My friend judge not me, Thou seest I judge not thee: Betwixt the stirrup and the ground, Mercy I asked, mercy I found. -Anonymous This post will be a sort of review of a book. Not a scholarly review, or even an intelligent one. It’ll be more like a haphazard drive-by review. The kind of […]