Culture

September 2, 2014

The Bible on Buzzfeed

Since such headlines only proliferate though, I’m guessing I’m an outlier. So, with an eye to the New Evangelization, and in the spirit of Tom Lehrer,
September 4, 2014
Big Brother by Frederic Guimont

Five Ways Gay Marriage Affects You Personally–Even If You’re Not Gay or Married

One of the favorite arguments of libertarians and liberals alike when it comes to the debate over redefining the institution of marriage is that when two
September 4, 2014

“The Attack Came Before Dawn…”

The American Catholic Almanac, co-written by Brian Burch and Emily Stimpson, is a daily reader of American Catholics who changed the United States.  It journeys from
September 4, 2014

Did Notre Dame Just Go Off the Cliff?

Despite its ongoing lawsuit against the Obama administration over its employee health care plan, the University of Notre Dame’s student insurance plan will cover contraceptives and
September 9, 2014
Fr. Brian Jordan blesses the World Trade Center cross (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

The Tree of Life

This coming Sunday we celebrate the great feast of the Triumph of the Holy Cross, also known as the Exaltation of the Holy Cross in the
September 10, 2014

The Black Mass in Oklahoma

According to this ABC News article, preparations are ongoing for a satanic black mass in Oklahoma City. Some thoughts: First, although it would be very understandable
September 11, 2014

The Legacy of Old St. Peter’s in NYC

The American Catholic Almanac, co-written by Brian Burch and Emily Stimpson, is a daily reader of American Catholics who changed the United States.  It tells of Catholics who stepped foot on
September 11, 2014

Carrying Your Cross on 9/11

In the last few years, I’ve commemorated 9/11 by heading to Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, to see the Waves of Flags. Launched in 2008 by