Santorum: Dignity, Integrity and Experience

Tomorrow is primary election day in Michigan, and the stakes are high. At issue is nothing less than the future of our country. “What!” you say, “Politicians are all the same!  Looking out for themselves, raising taxes for the little guy, while padding their own nests!  Standing there, a figurehead president, stymied by a deadbeat Congress, effecting whatever little change he can….” Not this time. This time, at stake is America As We Have Known It.  America as the Founding Fathers envisioned it … [Read more...]

Deepen Your Lenten Experience With “Living Stations of the Cross”

Looking for a way to deepen your Lenten experience this year? If you’re in southeastern Michigan, consider attending a performance of The Living Stations of the Cross at Detroit’s Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament.  Read the story:The music minister opened the door of the confessional, and it was stuffed top to bottom with garbage bags.  The smell and dust was horrible.  As I moved one of the bags, a small, wooden suitcase fell out from the top of the bags and landed on my foot.  I sat … [Read more...]

A Red-Light Tribute to New York’s Beloved Cardinal

This story is beginning to make its way around the web—Rocco Palmo was the first, I think, to post a picture showing the New York skyline, in all its glory. Here it is:  The One World Trade Center building glowing red to honor New York’s own newly appointed Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan.U.S. Congressman Michael Grimm, who represents the 13th District of New York, is the guy to thank for this flamboyant salute to New York’s new cardinal.  Congressman Grimm first approached the Empire State Buildi … [Read more...]