Denise BossertFor the worker in the vineyard who needs to lift his eyes up
Sometimes you can have too much of a good thing. And sometimes you know that you need to keep the good thing, but the real problem is that you haven’t been clinging to the GREAT thing enough. Such is the way of Catholic authors who have hopped on to the rollercoaster ride of a book’s [Read More...]
Pursued by TruthWomen’s Ordination and Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood”
Taylor Swift's new video "Bad Blood" got me thinking. Men and women do things differently, which is one reason why I am okay with the Church's teaching excluding women from priestly ordination.
Egregious TwaddleDepressed and Catholic: Learning It’s OK to Live
If you “live with major depression,” you understand what a paradoxical phrase that is. The disease of depression may not ever express itself in completed suicide, or even in attempts, plans, or ideation. But the voice of this disease is anti-life. And it is insidious as hell. Undiagnosed or untreated, we try to silence that [Read More...]
Faith on the CouchLosing My Religion: Why People Are REALLY Leaving the Church (It’s not what you think.)
Image via Shutterstock. Used with permission. A new report from Pew Research shows that religion is losing ground as more people drop out of church. According to the report….... [Read More]
The Deacon's BenchIs Ave Maria University losing its Catholic identity?
Some students and alumnae think so. From The Naples Daily News: Alexandra Clark ended her search for a Catholic college about five years ago at Ave Maria University. She and... [Read More]
Standing on my Head2017, Fatima and the End of the World
Seeing how the events of 1917 opened up an unprecedented century of evil in the world one is reminded of the vision of Pope Leo XIII in which Satan would be given one hundred years... [Read More]