March 25, 2016

Mercy for the Media

This will not be a popular thing to say — and it’s not an easy thing to say — but we need to have mercy for
April 23, 2016

The Power of Video: The USCCB on Religious Liberty, and Michael Voris

It could be better. It could be less talky, more dramatic — and shorter. But it’s a start. At nearly 10 minutes long, this mini-documentary, “The
April 26, 2016

Does “who am I to judge” apply to Michael Voris?

Does “who am I to judge” apply to Michael Voris? I think it does. Mr Voris recently made a lengthy statement describing the sins of his
May 29, 2016

Raymond Arroyo on How Mother Angelica’s Last Battle Was Her Greatest

If we listen to American pop culture, we’d think that women over 40 should never leave the house unless they’re going for Botox injections. Over 50, and they’d
June 18, 2016

Why the Church Is Like McDonald’s — And Not in a Good Way

All analogies are strained and imprecise. That being said, here we go. McDonald’s is the premier fast-food franchise. It spans the globe; its name, symbols, standard
June 26, 2016

‘Silicon Valley’: Very Profane, Surprisingly Moral (SPOILERS)

Please send the kids to the neighbors’ before watching HBO’s profanity-drenched “Silicon Valley,” but don’t judge the show by its language. Oh, and if you’re a “Silicon
July 16, 2016

Translating the Media’s Pence-Speak

Rolling Stone greeted news of Donald Trump’s vice presidential pick with the article “4 Reasons Mike Pence Is the Absolute Worst.” The article provides a great
July 19, 2016

The God in Ghostbusters

Up front, let me confess that I haven’t seen the all-female “Ghostbusters,” and I don’t intend to. I’ve always found gender-switching in remakes to be uninteresting,