Friday, August 18, 2017

Humor Over KLM's Seatbelt Irony



            “In an age of spiritual turbulence it's important to remember that seat belts, like human beings, are created for a purpose.” That is my favorite quote of the week from Matt Archbold's blog with the National Catholic Register,
He took on the irony of the pro-gay pride ad from KLM Royal Dutch Airlines that inadvertently made the point that only complimentary parts can work together for your well-being.

Thursday, August 17, 2017

The Case for Christ —A Chance to Win DVD


The film The Case for Christ, opens in 1980.  Lee Strobel was a Chicago Tribune reporter. And an atheist.  While Lee and his wife Leslie were in a restaurant one evening with their young daughter Alison, she nearly choked to death on a piece of candy until Alfie at a nearby table, comes over to save the child.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Eradicating Love in Iceland





Iceland is a cold place. And I’m not talking about the climate. It is government policy to encourage the eradication of the happiest, most loving people on earth from their population. 

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Why Would a Nun Preside Over Catholic Wedding?


With liberals relentlessly and delusionally pushing for women priests, hearing that a nun officiated at a Catholic wedding set off alarms in my head. That can’t be right, I thought.

Monday, July 24, 2017

Witchcraft is Not Pretty


Witchcraft is trending in plague-like fashion, spreading a deadly contaminant to the soul. At least with small pox or the Ebola virus, people have the sense to cordon it off and seek annihilation.
              “Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather, be afraid of the one who can destroy both soul and body in hell,” (Matt 10:28). 
              “Be not afraid," is good advice when you give God control. Otherwise be afraid. 

Saturday, July 1, 2017

Must You Love Mom Shorts to be Virtuous?


Summer is here and the modesty articles are upon us. I’m all for modesty, but there are debates within the debate on how women should dress that complicates the matter.
Our Lady of Fatima is often invoked from one of her messages to the 3 shepherd children: “The sins which bring most souls to hell are the sins of the flesh.  Certain fashions are going to be introduced which will offend Our Lord very much... the Church has no fashions; Our Lord is always the same..."

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Thursday, June 15, 2017

A Whodunit Series by a Lady Who Would Know

 I don’t read fiction. Usually. Getting wrapped up in a gripping novel that I can’t put down is time away from my life as a Catholic writer and from the stacks of non-fiction books I have yet to read. 

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

St. Joseph: The Holiest Man on Earth


I was just contemplating that St. Joseph had to be the holiest man that ever walked the earth. He lived under the same roof with God and the Mother of God.  Imagine that!
The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective,” James 5:16. So prayers to St. Joseph must be very powerful and effective. 

Sunday, June 4, 2017

12 Christian Suggestions for Kathy Griffin

Kathy Griffin’s ISIS-styled photo holding a mock decapitated head of the President of the United States met with repulsion and outrage. When she was chastised from all sides, she apologized, but 3 days later took the offensive at a press conference claiming she’s the victim of bullying from the Trump family.
Rather than leave the wound alone, Griffin  is picking at it before it even has a chance to scab over so it’s only getting worse. In the event she might be searching for suggestions on healing, I’m offering some Christian advice.

Monday, May 22, 2017

Some Notre Dame Graduates Flee Their Ceremony


Nothing says higher learning these days like plugging your ears and running away. This past weekend around 150 graduating seniors from the University of Notre Dame ran—well, walked at a serious clipfrom their own graduation ceremony as commencement speaker Vice-President Mike Pence took the stage.