September 9, 2015

The Gospel of Happiness, a Study of Positive Psychology & Christianity

The image of the “Christian mountain man” came to mind while reading Dr. Christopher Kaczor’s book “The Gospel of Happiness.”  Opposing the readily available, emotionally amped
September 25, 2015

Pope Francis Visits 9/11 Memorial

I don’t like writing about man-made mass atrocity. Every time I do, I access memories and emotions of the Oklahoma City bombing. Pope Francis stood at
October 5, 2015

You Are Right

  It often seems that today’s Christians also think that it is permissible to create divisions in the Church, the Body of Christ, to celebrate the
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
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
November 4, 2015

Benjamin Watson, Coach Joe Kennedy, Satan & the War on Prayer

Tight end Benjamin Watson of the New Orleans Saints is a standout on the football field. He recently delighted Saints fans and fantasy-football owners by finishing
November 9, 2015

A Saint from Staten Island?

  He died thousands of miles from his family’s home. Sixteen months after his death, he was awarded the United States’ highest honor, the Presidential Medal