Is Pope Francis’ Accessibility a Good Thing or a Disaster?

Screen Shot 2013-10-01 at 1.53.40 PM

If you’re paying attention today amidst all of the government shutdown stuff, you’ve likely heard the scuttlebutt about Pope Francis’ most recent media interview. You’ll find the English translation of his chat with La Repubblica’s founder, Eugenio Scalfari — an atheist — on the Culture page at La Repubblica. The Catholic blogosphere is once again abuzz, [Read More...]

A Grad with a Bright Future

Screen Shot 2013-06-05 at 1.19.54 PM

The story of Liberty High School graduate Roy Costner IV is making the rounds, today hitting the Washington Times. Roy is the Valedictorian who let his beliefs guide his actions when he made the decision to rip up his pre-approved valedictory, to thank his parents for his Christian upbringing, and to recite the Lord’s Prayer in [Read More...]

Conclave: Sharing this Moment with Our Non-Catholic Friends

Perhaps because of the fact that I just spent three days at a Congress on Evangelization, I’m looking at our upcoming papal Conclave through the eyes of those for whom this process may be unknown, or even mysterious. I see this as an opportunity for those of us Catholic “geeks” who are watching the process [Read More...]

Being Bold

Being Bold

A note from Lisa: Here’s another archived piece — I hope you’re enjoying a relaxing weekend! LMH Last weekend, I witnessed an amazing display of evangelization in action. Greg, Eric and I were each spending time in our own favorite corners of Barnes and Noble.  I was standing in front of the parenting section, looking [Read More...]


CLOSE | X

HIDE | X