Theology

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
June 27, 2016

Confession: Why Is It So Difficult?

“Humility is the only thing that no devil can imitate.” – St. John Climacus I cannot speak for others, but I have always found confession very
August 31, 2016

One Thing We All Agree On

There’s so much that divides us today. It’s black against white, gay against straight, conservative against liberal…everyone, it seems, is against someone else. If we had
September 29, 2016

Reading the Bible: An Act of Protest

It was two and a half years ago while I was living in England when a Protestant friend of mine walked up to me and asked
October 12, 2016

Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Spokeswoman Mocks Catholics

Two words Hillary Clinton should use at her morning staff meeting: “You’re fired!” Yesterday, Wikileaks released transcripts of an email exchange entitled “Conservative Catholicism” between Clinton
October 14, 2016

After WikiLeaks, Catholic Democrats Must Choose

Catholic leaders were outraged this week when WikiLeaks exposed the anti-Catholic views of Hillary Clinton Campaign insiders. Not only do the leaked emails show bigoted, disdainful
November 8, 2016

On Election Day, Catholicism, and Its Hope

Atheism, moral relativism, and a senseless rationalism have steadily swelled in our culture. Now they touch every facet of society.  Their teachings–that there is no God