Trendy — it’s all the rage in today’s works of charity. Never mind that the theological virtue of Charity should be a staple in the
Efforts at living an upright, godly life and following the rules don’t always make life easy. We will inevitably encounter those who don’t appreciate compliance
So here we are again—approaching Holy Week. A most splendid—the most splendid week of the year! Yes, Christmas brings us the infant God made man, but
This past week we learned that our Holy Father, Pope Francis, spoke the “language of the heart” to our separated brethren gathered for a Pentecostal
President Barack Obama will meet with Pope Francis on March 27 at the Vatican. Here are a few things I think the Holy Father might
Driving a cab in New York City gives one the opportunity to witness nightly the Miracle of the Multiplication of the Adulterers. Every year there
We were traveling for Thanksgiving, visiting Joel’s family. It was the feast of Christ the King, and we were looking for a Saturday vigil Mass.
With a second mega-interview with Pope Francis now appearing in La Repubblica and with a wide-ranging interview published September 19, our Holy Father Pope Francis has
…or so you’d think if you got all your information about Catholicism from blog comboxes. Not surprisingly, Pope Francis has been in the news lately.
Matthew Warner recently discontinued his blog at the National Catholic Register. In his second-to-last blog post, Why the World Doesn’t Take Catholicism Seriously, he charged