Less than half of American households donated to charity for the first time. That’s a shocking statistic, given that just twenty years ago that number was almost 70 percent. Why? Researchers say that it’s because many people stopped going to… Continue Reading →
I’ve got mixed feelings, of course. If they can somehow recreate the amazing work of author William Peter Blatty and director William Friedkin I will be super pleased. I would expect Ellen Burstyn to be awesome but I’ll also expect… Continue Reading →
Well, this is a novel legal strategy. A Catholic school comes out in favor of facial nudity. I’m on board. Not sure this is the best legal strategy but I like it. Any Catholic school that takes on Michigan Governor… Continue Reading →
There are dark days approaching. As a Catholic writer I’ve attempted to keep my readers inspired. My first book, “Faith Under Fire: Dramatic Stories of Christian Courage” took real life stories where regular Christians stood up for Christ. They sometimes… Continue Reading →
Just look at this series of headlines from Vice Magazine. It tells you all you need to know. Seriously folks, where did you think drag queen story hour was taking us?
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati issued a statement concerning President Joe Biden’s visit and press conference at Mount St. Joseph’s University in Ohio. Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr has not been contacted by any involved party about the upcoming visit of President… Continue Reading →
Molly Hemingway of The Federalist points out the sickening truth of what Terry McCauliffe and NARAL are actually talking about. When admitting you love abortion, perhaps avoid language on what it does to unborn children. “Hacking away” — yikes. https://t.co/NKauprwJiQ… Continue Reading →
Because we all know that the Bible says we should obey our politicians and Big Pharma. You know, when I’m looking to interpret scripture I think Kamala, don’t you?