Does anyone wake up and think they will be a hero that day? But there are defining moments when heroism presents itself without no warning. Chet Czubko experienced such a moment on the morning of October 20, 2003.
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Tuesday, October 30, 2018
“Any country that accepts abortion. is not teaching its people to love but to use any violence to get what it wants.” -St. Teresa of Calcutta
Violence is an interesting word when used by Planned Parenthood. You'd think it would not be on their list of approved words for messaging along with: safety, human rights, life, murder, and anything else contrary to their bottom line of killing innocent lives.
Saturday, October 27, 2018
I loved Halloween as a child. It was a custom I initially continued with our children but then backed off amid warnings that it was an evil holiday.
Saturday, October 6, 2018
The political stage is not just heating up, it’s boiling over. We are seeing mob violence push people out of restaurants and disrupt proceedings. And let’s be honest, this isn’t about mere politics. The anger and vitriol that pits left against right is rooted in moral issues; especially with abortion and traditional marriage.
Sunday, September 30, 2018
Have you ever prayed to St. Therese and received roses? I did once.
I never asked for a sign of roses before, but one time after finishing a novena, I told St. Therese it would mean a lot to me to receive them as a sign that my prayer request would be granted.
Friday, September 28, 2018
When you have to check to see if an article came from the Onion, and it turns out to be true, that’s when you know the world is going crazy.
Children’s Hospital Colorado announced that it will no longer identify its patients as male or female on their wristbands in an effort to support gender-diverse children.
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
St. Januarius’s blood liquified again this year. We can sorely use the example of courage this bishop showed at his martyrdom in 305 A.D.
Thursday, August 30, 2018
If I had to choose between becoming a New York Times best-selling author but lose my soul, or to never get published although achieve great holiness, I would have to choose the latter. No doubt, it’s the same choice you would make.
But what if instead of heaven and hell, the choice was between heaven and purgatory? Would you choose success in this world in exchange for delaying heaven? Please don’t tell me you are thinking it over.
Thursday, August 16, 2018
August 15, 2018
Dear Wounded Fathers,
On this brokenhearted day, your minds should turn to Ars, that small and despairing French town. The response to this swallowing red-tide of Church evil can be found in there. There, in the secret of its wavy countryside, your comeback lay.
Saturday, August 4, 2018
Recently, a priest friend shared with me that some of his siblings have left the Church. Father was raised by devout, Catholic parents and is a gentle, humble man, clearly in love with God, and he himself is loved by many. So, why can’t he open the eyes of his siblings?
Wednesday, August 1, 2018
Mary Elizabeth Williams is a staff writer at Salon and a self-proclaimed Catholic who walked out of Mass last month because the priest was prolife. “The fight for abortion means finding a new place in my faith,” she wrote.
Her July 29 article “I Don’t Know How to be Catholic Anymore,” was intended to grandstand against the Church, but every serious Catholic knows, she didn’t know how to be Catholic before that either.