June 21, 2016

In Tragedy, Always Pray for the Dead

Another day has seen another massacre on American soil, the most deadly shooting in the history of our nation—Orlando, Florida, the site of such destruction. In
July 11, 2016

In Tough Times, Try This Poem

Without question, the last week (or year perhaps) has been difficult for Americans; division, violence, and hardened hearts have all arisen—all, of course, things that we
July 26, 2016

Pope Francis’ Speaks Bold Words at World Youth Day

Germany experienced a terror attack last week, in which a gunman fired into a crowd. According to the German government, the gunman, who was an Irani-German
July 26, 2016

A French Martyr, and the West in Denial

Father Jacques Hamel, an 84-year-old Catholic priest, was martyred in France today by men shouting “Allah Akbar.” A nun is said to be in critical condition.
August 1, 2016

What We Can Do About Donald Trump

First, please let me clarify: I’m not trying to write news here. My hope is just to verbalize what many of us are thinking and to
August 15, 2016

This is what a living, breathing Catholic culture looks like.

This past weekend, over 6,000 Catholics made a walking pilgrimage from St. Michael the Archangel parish in Chicago to Our Lady of Czestochowa Shrine in Merrillville,