Christian Democracy

The March 1 edition is on the air! [Read more...]

Out of the Mouths of Babes and Sucklings Thou Hast Perfected Praise

“I am made of Lucy and you can’t break me.” – My Incredible Three-Year Old Grand-daughter Lucy the Cuteness. After this black 48 hours, a good portion of which I have spent crying, I’m willing to take that as a sign from the Holy Innocents that the devil remains as defeated as ever by the [Read More...]

An Oddly Hopeful Sign For Me

is that two readers, one of them quite conservative, the other, I think, probably a self-identified progressive could write the following (‘sup to you to tell me which wrote which): For forty years, the Republican Party’s been saying that Christians must support GOP nominees because the alternative is abortion, gay marriage, and socialism.  But in that forty [Read More...]

Another sign of hope

A reader writes: I think this organization, St. Paul Street Evangelization, would be an amazing story.  They are a group of Catholics who take the Catholic Faith to the streets.  On Facebook, the group is rapidly growing a following among faithful Catholics, by posting pictures and articles of the experiences they have on the streets [Read More...]

Two Signs of Hope

Two St. John’s Catholic School Students in Radiant Magazine. [Read more...]

A Joyous Weekend

So this past Saturday, I got invited out to a home on Vashon Island for an interesting and beautiful event. A young couple who had made their way through a number of Protestant traditions and recently become Catholic decided to host an event at their home in which various folks from Catholic and Evangelical traditions [Read More...]

Where then is hope?

I would submit that here is one such place: The Church has a great treasure in our youth. Go get em, tigers! [Read more...]