Stephen Kokx

March 3, 2014

Why do a majority of Catholics think God is wrong about marriage?

Here’s a fun fact for the start of your work week: 53% of Americans now support redefining marriage along gender neutral lines. While that might not
March 1, 2014

Is the ghetto all we have left? Thoughts on the showdown in Arizona

I’ll be honest: It was difficult to watch the goings-on in the state of Arizona this past week. On second thought, “difficult” probably isn’t the right
February 24, 2014

Video: The Spirit of Vatican II rears its ugly head in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee

A couple days ago Rorate Caeli shared a video on its website. It was a brief, seven minute clip of “Deacon Sandy” from Good Shepherd Catholic
February 17, 2014

What would the martyrs of the Church think about Belgium’s euthanasia law?

Late last week the country of Belgium became the first nation in the world to allow terminally ill persons of any age to be euthanized. The controversial bill was passed
February 11, 2014

The United Nations uses images of Mother Teresa to promote its anti-Catholic agenda

Remember the U.N.’s Free and Equal campaign? I wrote about it back in July of 2013 when Desmond Tutu, one of the initiative’s spokespersons, proudly proclaimed
January 27, 2014

Didn’t you hear? Satan attended this year’s Grammy Awards

In his 1884 encyclical Humanum Genus, Pope Leo XIII wrote the following: The race of man, after its miserable fall from God…separated into two diverse and opposite
January 9, 2014

Does KFC really think Christmas carols are stupid?

Now that Christmas is officially over, it’s time that I start blogging again. And that means, among other things, shining light on those who are hostile
November 5, 2013

Shame on Kmart!

We all know that there is a war on the family taking place in the United States. Unlike the mythical war on women, this is a
November 1, 2013

Is Saturday Night Live racist?

Not a day goes by without some member of the Hollywood elite reminding Catholics about how bigoted, xenophobic and close minded they are. Yet, when one