Culture

October 9, 2015

Man & Woman: Designed to Need Each Other

John White wrote an article for CatholicVote a few days ago about a pastoral letter to men from Bishop Olmsted of Phoenix. Bishop Olmsted called this
October 10, 2015

Fox News’ Kirsten Powers: Welcome Home to the Catholic Church!

Yesterday, Friday, Oct. 9, following an announcement on Fox News’ afternoon panel show “The Five,” FNC sent out a tweet about FNC contributor and author Kirsten Powers, a self-described
October 14, 2015

Study Shows Porn & Abortion Industries Are Useful Allies

Well, duh. A new study by the Journal of Sex Research indicates that users of porn may also be “useful allies” of the abortion industry. This
October 14, 2015

Planned Parenthood: We Still Charge for Whole Dead Babies

  Planned Parenthood announced this week that it will stop accepting payment for human body parts.  The announcement comes after the release of several videos that
October 27, 2015

The Eucharist, Our Only Hope for a Preoccupied World

“I cannot compass all I have/ for all thou hast and art are mine.” As Lumen Gentium reminds us, The Eucharist is the “source and summit
October 28, 2015

World Series: Catholic Hero to Throw First Pitch

“What we are is God’s gift to us. What we become is our gift to God.” That and a plug for the daily rosary was the
November 2, 2015

All Souls: A Personal Prayer for Departed Artists

Yesterday, Nov. 1, actor and United States Senator Fred Thompson passed away from lymphoma at the age of 73. I had the inestimable pleasure of sitting next
November 2, 2015

The Fullness of Time

“All things have their season, and in their times all things pass under heaven.” Thus begins one of the most famous passages in all of sacred
November 2, 2015

From “The Exorcist” to the Communion of Saints

A review of William Peter Blatty’s “Finding Peter”     Washington, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser, in the presence of hundreds of local residents, officially recognized the