The Doubting Disciple and the Divine Mercy

I’ve always thought it a special grace to think that the doubting disciple is featured as a key player in the gospel for the Sunday after Easter. It is as if the whole church is saying, “See Thomas? It is okay to doubt.” But let me qualify that. It is okay to have difficulties. Bl [Read More…]

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Did We Experience a Divine Mercy Miracle?

Yesterday here in Greenville, South Carolina we had a mini-pilgrimage for Divine Mercy Sunday. About 300 Catholics met to walk along Greenville’s Swamp Rabbit trail from County Hall to St Mary’s Church where our local Jubilee Holy Door is located. About another 200 people were gathered at the church. Here’s a picture of the procession. [Read More…]

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That Remnant Retraction

For those who are interested in the recent conflict with the editor and staff of The Remnant,  I would like to clarify matters. Some time ago I wrote this article which discussed ten traits of fundamentalists. I was very clear in the opening paragraphs that this was not about all traditionalists, but about a tendency among [Read More…]

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New Church Progress at OLR

Check out this video of the progress of the new Our Lady of the Rosary Church Go here to learn more. [Read more…]

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Got Some People Problems? Avoid the Drains

Some years ago I went to a seminar about relationships. The speaker’s mantra was, “Avoid the drains.” By “drains” he meant a certain type of negative person in your life. A “drain” is a person who, like a drain, sucks you into a downward spiral. A drain sucks you dry. A drain leaves you empty. [Read More…]

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Mother Angelica and Margaret Thatcher

Here’s what I liked best about both Mother Angelica and Margaret Thatcher: They both beat the liberals at their own game. In an age when feminists were burning their bras Margaret Thatcher had her hair done, put on her hats and grabbed her handbag. Mother Angelica not only kept her habit, but reverted to a [Read More…]

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