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The technical term is “survivors guilt”.  It doesn’t sound especially technical, but I give it full points for accuracy.  It could also be called “throw up and cry a lot̶ ... discuss

by Newt Gingrich: Democrats and their friends in the media will do anything they can to distract and discredit President Donald Trump and Republicans, but not one of them can reasonably deny the mas ... discuss

Literature is rarely my favorite subject because many of the books have seemed boring and difficult to understand. They appear to bear little importance to my modern-day life. However, The Autobiogra ... discuss

At first I intended to use this blog as a journal to record my experience going through chemotherapy. While still part of the plan, it has, by necessity, expanded somewhat. I decided it would be bette ... discuss

The Downingtown Area School District has agreed to clarify its administrative policies to ensure that public sidewalks surrounding its schools are open to free speech. As part of a settlement to avoid ... discuss

The Supreme Court’s response to New Deal legislation has often been credited (or blamed) for undermining economic due process in the service of a hugely popular administrative state, a shift that so ... discuss

Sen. John McCainby Robert Romano: Shortly after Sen. John McCain's hero's return to the U.S. Senate, where he cast a decisive vote on the motion to proceed to the House-passed Obamacare repeal and r ... discuss

It appears that the battle to save Charlie Gard’s life has come to an end. Today was the final day in a hearing that would appeal court decisions barring Charlie’s parents from taking him ... discuss

In February 2016, two-year-old Eden Carlson fell into the family swimming pool and nearly drowned. Without a heartbeat for two hours, she suffered significant brain damage, and doctors ultimately gave ... discuss

The year was 2007. Steve Flaig, a delivery driver at a Lowe’s store in Grand Rapids, Michigan, knew he was adopted, but had trouble finding his birth mother after he turned 18. Eventually, thank ... discuss

(Save the 1) As a 14-year-old freshman, virgin, church-going, smart, young girl, I was raped on my high school campus by an upper class guy I barely knew. I met him in an upper level math class and he ... discuss

“According to the multitude of my sorrows in my heart, thy comforts have given joy to my soul.”  (DRB)  (Read this scripture and more at http://prayerpivot.com)  This target verse ... discuss

In whatever sense people may or may not view Jesus as a “liberator”, as does Cone, He is first and foremost the Liberator of human beings from the bondage of sin through His propitiatory death o ... discuss

The medal ceremony at the Olympics is a moment of rare pomp and ceremony in this informal age. The ceremonies represent both climax and catharsis, with athletes awarded the coveted gold, silver, and ... discuss

Insecurity: uncertainty or anxiety about oneself; lack of confidence. I hate that word. I hate the meaning of the word. I hate the reality surrounding it. Why would a Christian struggle with insecurit ... discuss

Both the blame and the credit for capitalism have often been placed at the feet not of an economist, but rather a sixteenth-century Christian theologian named John Calvin. Calvin’s belief in predest ... discuss

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumerby Tyler O'Neil: Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) told The Washington Post that Democrats should blame themselves for losing last November, rather tha ... discuss

It has long been an aspiration for the Left to impose a single-payer health care system like the kind found in Canada and much of Europe. Proponents of such socialized medicine argue it is the only vi ... discuss

Sometimes it takes the church a while to get fed up with hypocrisy. I’m a fan of patience, but eventually, a godly church will quit staring at the pastor’s flat lining spiritual life and call the ... discuss

Millennials need to actively engage in the fight because slight infringements on one’s conscience can eventually affect more than just Christians. Eroding protections for conscience will compromise ... discuss

If you pay any attention to the news, you are well aware that sexual offenders show up in churches, predators hunting defenseless prey, who do unspeakably horrible things to our children. Much of what ... discuss

Wise leaders don’t affirm people who brag about being workaholics or brag about never resting. Wise leaders know that a leader who fails to rest is a leader who fails to lead effectively. If you don ... discuss

The SRP action came after debate on whether to approve Dr. Robertson’s request to be transferred to the PCA’s Covenant Presbytery, which would allow him to retain his membership in the PCA while s ... discuss

by J. Christian Adams: Remember a few weeks ago when civility was cool? Or, had you already forgotten? Remember the days after Rep. Steve Scalise was bleeding out at second base in Alexandria, Virgin ... discuss

. . . Watchdog obtains documents indicating collusion between DHS appointees and Soros-funded open-borders groups.by Frontpage Mag Editorial: DHS emails obtained by an investigative watchdog group r ... discuss

Joining a church, like seeking a spouse, is daunting. Loving others makes us vulnerable and committing ourselves to a church immerses us in the needs of other sinners. Eventually, every congregation w ... discuss

President Donald Trump and talk show host Rosie O’Donnell do not have what one would call a “good” relationship. The two have been feuding for years, and Trump has gone out of his wa ... discuss

I never really thought about Laban much except as an obstacle to Jacob's plans. But he's more than a stereotypically difficult father-in-law. I have really enjoyed the insights about how gave Jacob ha ... discuss

I reject categorically the racial idolatry of the alt right. I reject with equal force the religion of race held by Lawrence Ware and Black Lives Matter. The religion of racial idolatry is a dead end ... discuss

by NRA-ILA: The United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) advises persons at risk of harm from an active shooter to “Run, Hide, Fight” (in that order), recommending “fight” – inca ... discuss

I'm going to try to write this and my next article without being too polemical. It will be difficult, but these two article are coming from a place of utter frustration. Frustration at the fact that s ... discuss

Today marks the opening of the Special Session of the 85th Texas Legislature called by Governor Greg Abbott to address unfinished business from the regular session of the 85th Texas Legislature, which ... discuss

Video Testimony:Life before Jesus, for me, was a living nightmare. And that’s in no way an exaggeration. Even before drugs took control in my story, it was still basically a life of confusion, and q ... discuss

Four baby girls and their mother reportedly are dead in China after a man allegedly forced his wife to have four sex-selection abortions. Sex-selection abortions and a preference for sons has caused a ... discuss

Speaking the day after the collapse of the Republican health care bill, Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.) he’s still “optimistic” that some kind of repeal and replace legislation eventua ... discuss

  The saint of the day for July 18 is St. Camillus of Lellis, founder of an order dedicated to the care of the sick. He is the patron of the sick, hospitals, and nurses. St. Camilus was born in ... discuss

was born Her Grand Ducal Highness Princess Elisabeth Alexandra Louise Alice of Hesse and by Rhine on 1 November 1864. She was the second child of Grand Duke Ludwig IV of Hesse and by Rhine and British ... discuss

This letter, written by the Apostle John is to a Christian lady and her children.  “Walking in the Truth I rejoice greatly that I have found some of your children walking in truth, even as ... discuss

Police arrested a Nigerian man recently after he allegedly shot a woman with whom he was having an affair. The accused, Ogbonnaya Igwe, allegedly paid for the woman to abort their unborn baby and then ... discuss

There is nothing more incompatible and mutually exclusive than light and darkness. Where there is the one there is not the other. So how could we expect there to be any fellowship between light and da ... discuss

Fr. Charles IrvinSenior PriestDiocese of Lansing(Click here for today’s readings)We live in a strange world, don’t we? So many people begin things with good intentions, wonderful visions, and real ... discuss

In November of 2003, I became pregnant.  Although it was unplanned, my baby definitely was not unwanted. I was very worried about telling my boyfriend the news and what his reaction would be.� ... discuss

By Paul A. Byrne, M.D.Dr. Paul ByneCharlie Gard is almost one year old. Charlie has mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome (MDDS). This condition is rare; however, Charlie's parents love him and wish to ... discuss

Kid Rock, whose real name is Robert James Richie, has “announced” his run for Senate in Michigan. There’s only one problem, he supports abortion. As TownHall reported: Musician Kid R ... discuss

Lars Olof Jonathan Söderblom (15 January 1866 – 12 July 1931) was a Swedish clergyman, Archbishop of Uppsala in the Church of Sweden, and recipient of the 1930 Nobel Peace Prize. He is commemorated ... discuss

For now, as Martin Luther wrote, “A Christian man is the most free lord of all, and subject to none; a Christian man is the most dutiful servant of all, and subject to every one.” As it was with ... discuss

Michelle Malkinby Michelle Malkin: Junk science endangers lives. Forensic junk science in the hands of overzealous prosecutors, ignorant police detectives and reckless experts threatens liberty.There ... discuss

I have written rather extensively on the controversy surrounding Father James Martin and his book, "Building a Bridge: How the Catholic Church and the LGBT Community Can Enter into a Relationship of R ... discuss

Don’t assume that depression has been caused by specific personal sin. That is a common reaction depressed people find in the church. You get cancer, or you get heart disease, and no one asks, “Wh ... discuss

Dr. Ron Paulby Dr. Ron Paul: Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen recently predicted that, thanks to the regulations implemented after the 2008 market meltdown, America would not experience another eco ... discuss

Optional Memorial - July 12thLouis Martin was born in Bordeaux in 1823 and baptised Louis-Joseph-Aloys-Stanislaus. He grew up in Alençon and after school learned clock-making eventually opening his o ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - The Rhyme and Reason Author Singer Songwriter How to deal with anger management issues Have you noticed how almost everywhere you look or go so many people seem to be mad about somet ... discuss

Kirsten Hay wants struggling young moms to know that there are people willing to help when they feel all alone.Hay, who became pregnant at age 19, knows from personal experience. She said she tried to ... discuss

Hello, everyone! I've been working hard on the third novel which is why I haven't been blogging much lately. That and I didn't like the idea of the novena posts being interrupted by random posts. I kn ... discuss

Kirsten Hay wants struggling young moms to know that there are people willing to help when they feel all alone. Hay, who became pregnant at age 19, knows from personal experience. She said she tried t ... discuss

There is a proper international uproar over U.K. doctors winning the right in court to unilaterally remove the infant Charlie Gard from life support. Some have commented on the case as if that is a pr ... discuss

(c. 983-1073) was a monk and the founder of the monastic tradition in the Kievan Rus'. Also called Anthony of the Caves (Russian: Антоний Печерский, Ukrainian: Антоній Пече ... discuss

Support for sick British infant Charlie Gard and his parents has been flooding in from all across the world. On Sunday, Charlie’s parents, Chris Gard and Connie Yates, delivered a petition with ... discuss

. . . Against David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt for Exposing Planned Parenthood. . . These charges were the second set of charges filed against Daleiden and Merritt; the first were filed by pro-abort ... discuss

Fr. Charles IrvinSenior PriestDiocese of Lansing(Click here for today’s readings)When it comes to facing failures in life, the farmer in today’s Gospel parable sounds a lot like many of us. We wor ... discuss

It is essential to properly apply scripture to understand the Mosaic Covenant of the Old Testament  and the New Covenant of Grace revealed in the New Testament. In this episode of Echo Zoe, Ryan Ha ... discuss

Solomon had spiritual riches, not to mention physical ones. He was immensely blessed by God. There are few men who are such illustrations of blessing like Solomon. Among the greatest of his blessings ... discuss

We need to grasp once again who God is in his fullness; we need to grasp who we are in relation to him; and we need teaching and worship which gives full-orbed expression to these things – and t ... discuss

This article was published by National Review online on July 4, 2017.By Wesley SmithWesley SmithThere is a proper international uproar over U.K. doctors winning the right in court to unilaterally remo ... discuss

Undercover investigator David Daleiden is facing a new set of charges from California prosecutors this week for his undercover videos exposing Planned Parenthood’s dealings in aborted baby body ... discuss

Charlie Gard’s mother spoke out on British TV this week about her son’s condition and the helplessness she feels as a parent. Charlie is suffering from a rare mitochondrial disease, and hi ... discuss

  LAKE OF THE OZARKS, Mo. — Fish are being found dead by the hundreds from the 50MM of Lake of the Ozarks to Turman Dam. Biologists say the death toll is yet to peak. The Missouri Departme ... discuss

May We Please FINALLY Learn SOMETHING?by Seton Motley, Contributing Author: Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis popularized the phrase “laboratories of democracy”: “(T)o describe how a ... discuss

As the left becomes more intolerant, its various factions are encountering more conflict with each other. Black Lives Matter and other minorities create “spaces” where white people aren’t allowe ... discuss

A Florida man whose daughter died of the same type of disease that Charlie Gard has urged the British infant’s family not to give up hope. Florida dad Chuck Mohan said his daughter Gina lived in ... discuss

New data from the Indiana State Department of Health’s (ISDH) annual abortion report shows that Indiana’s 2016 abortion rate dropped 8.5 percent from 2015. In 2016, there were 7,277 aborti ... discuss

July 6 marks the feast day of St. Maria Goretti, a young virgin and martyr, who is a model of mercy and chastity for all. Maria Goretti was a peasant girl who was stabbed fourteen times, while fighti ... discuss

Sexburga was the eldest daughter of King Anna of East Anglia and his second wife, Saewara: one of four saintly sisters. She married King Erconbert of Kent and became mother of the future Kings Egbert ... discuss

Politicians in the Netherlands are discussing the possibility of legalizing euthanasia for healthy people. The proposed “Completed Life Bill” would allow any person age 75 or over who decides thei ... discuss

Chapter 2 There is no species of animal or plant which would not well repay, I will not say merely the study of a day, but even the devotion of a lifetime. Their form and structure, development and ha ... discuss

by Jason Snead: This week, The Heritage Foundation is updating its Voter Fraud Database with 89 new entries, including 75 convictions and a slew of overturned elections and civil fines targeting vote ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - The Rhyme and Reason Author Singer Songwriter What hope of glory do you have? When I was 20, I was spending a year in a Kansas college focusing on English composition and journalism. ... discuss

World leaders including U.S. President Donald Trump and Pope Francis have offered their support for British infant Charlie Gard, but his own prime minister has not. While British Prime Minister Theres ... discuss

July 5thYears after Maria's death, when her assailant Alessandro was still in prison, she appeared to him in a dream, and forgave him once more. From that day forward, Alessandro experienced a convers ... discuss

Carol TobiasCarol Tobias, President, National Right to Life: You probably know that on July 2, 1776, the Second Continental Congress cast the most momentous vote in American history, passing the res ... discuss

A Vatican hospital says it is ready and willing to care for British infant Charlie Gard if the courts allow him to go. The 10-month-old’s fate remains uncertain after the European Court of Human ... discuss

Hundreds of people rallied over the weekend to support British infant Charlie Gard whose life could be ended at any moment. Charlie’s case gained international attention as his parents fought a ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - The Rhyme and Reason Author Singer Songwriter The consequences of love can be heartbreaking Between my teen years of 13 and 17 I began to truly appreciate the beauty and allure of ... discuss

by Herman Cain: All they have to offer.If there was any doubt that the Democrats in Congress are the leading fear mongers in our nation's capital, then look for no better example than their vicious ... discuss

A gruesome double murder took place in Brazil recently when a woman allegedly lured a pregnant woman to her home, drugged and killed her and then cut the baby out of the dead woman’s womb, accor ... discuss

  By Jean M. Heimann June 29 is the solemnity of Sts. Peter and Paul, who are the co-founders of the Catholic Church. Both were martyrs for the faith. “Both apostles share the same feast day, ... discuss

A lot of us investors and founders often confuse metrics. In the early days of the mobile apps, we would ask developers how many downloads they had. “You have 5 million downloads? Great! This must b ... discuss

A new musical comedy debuted last week in Chicago to prompt people to laugh at something few people think is a laughing matter – abortion. An abortion destroys an unborn baby’s life in a bruta ... discuss

Optional Memorial - June 26thSaint Josemaria Escriva de Balaguer was born in Barbastro, Spain, on January 9, 1902, the second of six children. His parents, José Escrivá and María Albás, gave ... discuss

Optional Memorial - June 27thIt should be a great comfort to realize that even saints have to work diligently to achieve holiness. One of the great gifts they leave behind for us is their example of h ... discuss

June 28th, the Church observes the memorial of Saint Irenaeus, the 2nd century Father of the Church whose brilliant theology refuted heresy, affirmed the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist and h ... discuss

How can we expect others to be actively involved in the pro-life movement if we can barely commit ourselves to the movement? Being the President of Loyola Students for Life (LSFL) while trying to bala ... discuss

Last night and this morning I was thinking about my third novel and I had the inspiration to share (on the blog) something I'm currently in the process of working through: learning how to take care my ... discuss

The Canadian city of Edmonton spent $3 million on a fence across a high-level bridge over the North Saskatchewan River.  It is intended to prevent suicidal people from jumping off the bridge. Hap ... discuss

Bob DeWaay returns this episode to discuss The Benedict Option. The Benedict Option is a best-selling book by Conservative (Political) author Rod Dreher. It seeks to reshape the Christian outlook on P ... discuss

Why?Before getting into the question of how you get teach your children to read and understand the King James Version, we should probably first discuss why you should want to do so.If you are an Engli ... discuss

Being pro-life is something that is just kind of expected in my family. I have relatives that were involved in the pro-life movement from the beginning, and my mom worked at a crisis pregnancy center ... discuss

David McCullough once told of Teddy Roosevelt during his time in the Dakota Territory and before his arrival on the world scene. Two thieves who had been on something of a crime spree in the territory ... discuss

Kathy Griffin, desperate attention-seeker.(Photo: Getty Images.)I absolutely cannot stand Scotch whiskey. People tell me that Scotch is an “acquired taste.” To which I always respond with some bew ... discuss

Disclaimer: I don't claim to be part of any specific fellowship or society. I'm simply a pastor in training who has struggled with addiction and overcome that struggle against great odds through the p ... discuss

How can we do what is best for the adopted child?by Birth Mom Missions on Wednesday, April 6, 2011 at 2:39pmWanted to start sharing some different views on adoption recovery and begin to learn more fr ... discuss

I think I have to post this. It helped me. still does. by Joe SollThe Respect We Never GotI’ve looked into your eyes thousands of times and through them into your hearts and I’ve seen the pain and ... discuss

“Strange Things”Acts 17:16-31Easter 6May 21, 2017Perhaps you've noticed that during the Easter Season the Old Testament reading is replaced by reading from the book of Acts. This has tripped up m ... discuss

Audio Message:Home sweet home. We all dream of home don’t we? In your life what are some places that always felt like home to you? For me, when I think of home I think of my grandma’s kitchen. ... discuss

Monday, while perusing Big Pulpit, I came across a link to Deirdre Mundy’s Aleteia post, “Where [Rod] Dreher lost me on the ‘Benedict Option’”. I recently bought the book The Benedict Option ... discuss

By Justina Van ManenI think we all get tired of hearing about what a broken world we live in. There’s times when we shut off the radio and pop in a CD, so that instead of listening to talk of war an ... discuss

I was blessed to see Christians in Kentucky earlier today taking their words and backing them up with deeds. Some of my good friends, including Rusty Thomas and Cal Zastrow, were among the rescuer ... discuss

Life's Work: A Moral Argument for Choice by Dr. Willie Parker is a new book defending abortion rights by an African-American doctor who is a self-proclaimed "Christian" (the reason for the quotes ... discuss

Many people don't seem to know much about the Salvation Army and what the Salvation Army does.  I know for the longest time all I really knew about the army was the red kettles in front of stores ... discuss

God has hidden beauty in every corner of the Earth, every nook and cranny is full to the brim with it. If we go upon the mountains of the Rockies or the Appalachians we will witness pieces and parts ... discuss

What motivated you to join the pro-life movement? What continues to motivate you? I joined the pro-life movement at the beginning of high school as soon as I learned what abortion really was. Unt ... discuss

I truly believe what Mark Twain said about health books… “You might die of a misprint”. I take most everything with a grain of salt and mull it over with prayer. That said, I have r ... discuss

I was recently asked to speak to elementary students (6-12 years old age) at a Christian school about Life issues. I agreed but was sensitive to the young age of the children I would be addressing. I ... discuss

Audio Message:Who is Jesus? Who is it really that we’re following? What did Jesus say about himself, and his identity? We talk about Him enough don’t we? Jesus this, Jesus that, but who is Jesu ... discuss

Many physicians and midwives plied their trade as abortionists in early 20th century Chicago. On April 22, 1923, 30-year-old Daisy Singerland died at Chicago's Robert Burns Hospital from complications ... discuss

What motivated you to join the pro-life movement? What continues to motivate you?Society has become ignorant towards the injustice of abortion, and I think that since I am aware, it is my responsibili ... discuss

Brass tacks, let's talk practical application.  What are the most common practices that underpin a legitimate growing Christian faith?  I consider in my own life, and often try to understand ... discuss

Mystery Abortion in Chicago, 1915Katherine McFarland, a 25-year-old homemaker in Chicago, died on April 7, 1915 from peritonitis caused by an abortion. I have been unable to find any other information ... discuss

Last week there was a mass shooting in Wausau, Wisconsin that claimed the lives of four people one of them being a police officer.  A man distraught by a pending divorce came into Marathon bank a ... discuss

Abortionist James Pendergraft arrives at Orlando Women’s Center in the summer of 2011. Pendergraft owns a chain of five abortion centers in Florida that specialize in late-term abortions. (C ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - The Rhyme and Reason Author Singer Songwriter Summer Love and its double meaning Our recent warm weather here in Colorado got me thinking back to when I was a young boy, hearing son ... discuss

Author’s note: I am writing this as the director of The Forerunner and president of Personhood Florida Education. Nevertheless, this is not an “official” statement from any Personhood group. ... discuss

"For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope." ~ Jeremiah 29:11The news is full of slams against this nation, how h ... discuss

In the current state of the world right now, the “superpowers” still has the greatest impact. Superpowers usually are the larger countries that are the richest in terms of land wealth and mighties ... discuss

In a recently posted lecture on the topic of Fundamentalism, George Demacopoulos (hereafter "GD") fell into many of the same errors evident in his original article that began this discussion. He conti ... discuss

It is almost thirty years since Operation Rescue, the largest civil rights movement in the history of our nation, was in full sway. People are alive today who were “rescued” back then when ... discuss

"Till selfish gain no longer stain, The banner of the free!" Happened across this on Youtube quite by accident. Brought tears to my eyes, for several reasons. The gravestone and soldier scenes in par ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - The Rhyme and Reason Author - Singer - Multimedia Guy Don’t be a wayward son (or daughter) One of my favorite songs by the seventies rock band, Kansas, is Carry On Wayward Son. ... discuss

Guest post by Alex Maegdlin Vertical Response recently released this infographic showing how small businesses are using social media. The results confirmed many of the things we know here at AdeptPlus ... discuss

Roger Patterson is a former High School Chemistry and Biology teacher from Wyoming, and now a curriculum writer, editor, and member of the editorial review board for Answers in Genesis. He and Bodie ... discuss

Sol Invictus, the Unconquerable SunQuestion: "Did Christmas originate from a pagan holiday?"There has been a long tradition among Protestants of accusing Roman Catholics of engaging in pagan practices ... discuss

Image source: marketoracle.co.uk.While reading John C. Médaille’s Toward a Truly Free Market: A Distributist Perspective on the Role of Government, Taxes, Healthcare, Deficits, and More (Wilmington ... discuss

Let me tell you about me and my sciatica! As you may know, the sciatic nerve is the biggest, longest nerve in your body.  It was three years ago that sciatic pain down my right leg first began,  At ... discuss

Vatican City, Dec 21, 2016 / 08:34 am (CNA/EWTN News).- After the recent unauthorized ordination of bishops in China, which falls just ahead of a major meeting for Chinese Catholic representatives, th ... discuss

Stockbridge, Massachusetts, Dec 22, 2016 / 03:02 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Fr. Donald Calloway could give St. Augustine a run for his money, in terms of dramatic conversion stories. In a recent Vimeo vide ... discuss

Westchester, N.Y., Dec 12, 2016 / 11:02 pm (CNA).- What if proof for God's existence – and our very souls – could be found within our DNA? Published in September of this year by Howard Bo ... discuss

"It was all a waste of time!" I said to myself in desperation. "Christina is isolating herself from the other girls, we waited all year for Camp, only to have her sideline herself, becoming obsessed w ... discuss

The belief that life begins at conception is at the heart of the pro-life cause. But I'm amazed that virtually nobody has asked themselves how we came to believe in it. It's rather taken for granted.M ... discuss

Dear Cody,I’ve seen the message you left for “People Older Than Me” on behalf of “People Younger Than Me”, which has had over 331,000 views at this writing [11/19/16]. For the benefit of eve ... discuss

RAZCIt’s fair to say that until recently, most Americans had never heard of “Mike Pence.” But ironically, this relatively unknown man will soon take the second-highest office in the co ... discuss

Jesus Over Everything is a why-to book. Clayton Jennings, the author, is an evangelist, an author, and leads in this generation of Gospel preachers. He comes from a long line of many preachers. Jenn ... discuss

I published Friday’s post a couple days later than I wanted to because my home Internet connection was down. In that post, I reflected on the degree to which elite arrogance had led to Don ... discuss

The title I wanted so so very badly to be able to share for my next blog post is, in fact, the title of THIS blog post!  Arjay is back at Mercy House!  I know some of you precious readers pr ... discuss

By Allison LeDoux Conscience and Voting If we were to ask the average person, “What is a conscience?”, many would quickly call to mind Pinocchio’s sidekick Jiminy Cricket who was famous for the ... discuss

1 Peter 2:9 But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God’s special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light. ... discuss

"Fear not, daughter of Sion: behold, thy King cometh, sitting on an ass's colt." John 12:15Jesus was born into a world where His people were dominated and treated unjustly by the ruling authority of R ... discuss

I see it, I hear it, every day. In texts and on social media: "OMG!"On the street, in everyday conversations, I hear it: "Oh. My. God!"And every time? I wince. Why?Because this is clear violation of t ... discuss

The sex-change industry is a fraud, according to Alex P. Serritella.  They are hustlers in lab coats, peddling a product that doesn't exist.  There is no such thing as a sex change, but it ... discuss

Sometimes movie spoilers are a welcome thing. Several months ago I saw a trailer for the movie Me Before You and got a little excited. A modern romance featuring a disabled main character. It looked s ... discuss

In case you're wondering, the "middle ages dictatorship" that is the Catholic Church and her Bishops is right there in the middle of Hillary Clinton's so-called "basket of deplorables". And the Clinto ... discuss

Photo source: Nature World News.A recent petition on Change.org, titled “Justice for Harambe”, makes me wonder if anyone really knows what justice is anymore.Harambe’s DeathOn Saturday, May 28, ... discuss

Colin Kaepernick. (Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images.)“Mansplaining”, originally defined as the tendency of men to explain the frickin’ obvious to women in a patronizing tone, lost its unique vi ... discuss

One challenge Christians face, particularly millennials, is the apparent challenge Science poses to articles of faith. To be brutally blunt, most of this appearance of challenge stems from the inabili ... discuss

Though I do not think that a responsibility argument is necessary in order to dismantle the bodily-rights argument or other pro-choice arguments, the responsibility incurred in the creation of a new h ... discuss

Introduction2016 is bringing us a very unusual presidential election.  On the Republican side, we have an outsider with a decidedly politically-incorrect resume and stye has been nominated to be ... discuss

  Pro-Life Groups Defeat “Pro-Life Traitor” Renee Ellmers, Who Almost Sabotaged Abortion Ban ... discuss

We All Have DreamsI have yet to meet someone who does not have at least one dream.  Each person carries within him or her a dream (or dreams) of doing something that makes a difference in that pe ... discuss

A few weeks ago I was in Cambridge, England, participating in a writing tour and workshop. We had one afternoon to ourselves and since I was not feeling particularly creative in that moment, d ... discuss

I feel sorry for those people who spend all day on social media snarking at others. Do they just sit there hour after hour, following people they despise, then throwing barbs their way? That m ... discuss

Art comes in many different forms. Visit a museum or art gallery and you may see sculpture, pottery, calligraphy, and, of course, paintings. Though each of these is beautiful and valuable in i ... discuss

San Francisco’s Millennium Tower is in trouble. The 58-story tower is home to some of the city’s wealthiest people, its apartments among the most expensive and desirable in the city. But r ... discuss

This morning, I came across a video praising a township in India that "lives without politics, religion, and money."  Although I admire the town's economic philosophy, the video overlooks some se ... discuss

As we wrap up our second school year using Catholic Schoolhouse and interacting with many educators on Facebook interested in the program, I thought it would be helpful if I went throug ... discuss

Andrew Coyne: Exceptions to assisted suicide eventually will fall away, as they must | National Post div> ... discuss

Excerpt below from Revive Our Hearts:Now, today I want us to look at another lesser known poet and hymn writer who provided us a gospel song that’s been a great blessing to many.Her name was L ... discuss

Sermon from Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Rocklin, California, published via the power of IFTTT. Lent 4c, (March 6, 2016) Luke 15:11-32 TITLE: “My Two Sons” Grace to you and peace from God our F ... discuss

  This essay was first published, with illustrations, in Life Matters Journal Volume 4 Issue 3 — February 2016.   morass: 2. a complicated or confused situation ... discuss

Image sourceScenario: Two people are engaged in mortal ideological combat on Facebook.  Each person argues their point passionately, genuinely baffled that what is manifestly obvious to them does ... discuss

"The women’s movement in the beginning was very united around issues of equal access to education and opportunities in the work force. Abortion split the women’s movement in two. The pro-life move ... discuss

This past summer, I was visiting family and walking up the main street in town.  The sidewalk was just big enough for two people to walk side by side.  Typically, people walking down the sid ... discuss

Although we are still preparing for Thanksgiving, Advent will be here before we know it.Advent is always a very special time in our home.  During the four weeks, we enjoy preparing ourselves and ... discuss

Last week I offered five simple solutions that could turn this ship around. First, jettison the Empire to save the Republic Second, declare our energy independence. Third, end the de facto amn ... discuss

In discussing the gun issue on Facebook from my personal account with some friends, a couple of studies were referred to me that show, generally, more guns, more murder. Now, it kinda’ does make sen ... discuss

The Riemann Hypothesis is a mathematical conjecture that the (nontrivial) zeros of the Riemann Zeta function all have real parts of 1/2 on the complex plane. Its proof (or disproof) is a millennial pr ... discuss

"The woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet, and adorned with gold and precious stones and pearls, having in her hand a golden cup full of abominations and the filthiness of her fornications. And on ... discuss

Best Pandaga Chesuko in HD VideoNow you can play full Pandaga Chesuko in top quality with duration 162 Min and has been aired on 2015-05-29 with MPAA rating is 0.Original Title : Pandaga ChesukoMovie ... discuss

This book was so much fun! I enjoyed every second of it and I'm sure you will to.The Drosten's Curse is a classic Doctor Who novel featuring the Fourth Doctor and people being eaten alive at a golf co ... discuss

I'm a pretty selfish guy. All-in-all, most of the decisions I make on a day-to-day basis are informed (fairly thoroughly, I might add) chiefly by my own desires - whether in regard to the ways in whi ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

Articles which would normally go at bottom of page being put front and center because they frickin need to be read! Ann Barnhardt - Where This WILL Eventually End Up: Fetal Cannibalism - With regard ... discuss

 I haven't finished reading any of the following books yet, but felt ready to start talking about them anyway.Born for Love: Why Empathy is Essential - and Endangered, is written by the same team ... discuss

The Export-Import (Ex-Im) Bank is a taxpayer paid fund with the ostensible purpose to give the federal executive power to improve the trading prospects of selected US companie ... discuss

Yes, the statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary shown above is that of a 8-1/2 to 9 month pregnant Mary. I admit that is an image of Mary we rarely see. In fact for most people the only image of Mary pregn ... discuss

If words matter–and you’ll find that I am very quick to contend that they do–then we ought to be careful with the language we speak. For some, this point might seem like something a ... discuss

With liberals, everything is always about politics, which means the rest of us must constantly be indoctrinated, lest we fail to see the light.  We can't just have music: we have to have some mes ... discuss

I remember back in junior high school, having a then-deep and philosophical conversation with one of my equally-deep 12 year old friends about what makes a bad word "bad".We surmised that we should be ... discuss

Here is something interesting, that I never knew about. Kobe Bryant is Catholic, and turned to a priest in his hours of need. From a GQ story out today (Note: GQ isn’t known as the most morally ... discuss

Most of you readers are aware of the fact that, back in 2006, our family welcomed a child into our home from a disrupted adoption.    I detailed the events surrounding that decision and ... discuss

I'm not one for New Year's resolutions. Like most people, I have great plans and then forget them by week's end. Still, I've known that I need to get out of the habit of watching Doctor Who on BBC Ame ... discuss

Watching the steady parade of race hustlers run their yaps about Ferguson and NYC brings to mind the 70's and the hollow military we had then.For anyone reading this who might be unfamiliar with the t ... discuss

We need more men like this.  (And more Cardinal Burkes.)  Do not lose hope.  Stay close to the Lord.  And support those who are doing good.  The article below concerning the S ... discuss

I have never been one for politics.  I get too stressed and too frazzled when I hear opponents shouting at each other.  I get frustrated when I hear poorly thought out arguments that others buy into ... discuss

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Thursday, October 6, 2011 AUSTIN, TX – Today, attorneys with the Texas Center for Defense of Life (www.TCDL.org), Law of Life Project in Washington, DC (www.lawoflifep ... discuss

Tomorrow is the Feast of the Archangels, Michael, Gabriel and Raphael. This is the actual feast day of our parish. We are grateful to St. Michael for watching over each of us and over our church.St. ... discuss

We may correctly recall that the reason why God created us was that we would know, love and serve Him in this life and then be happy with him forever in Heaven. A critical point here is knowledge. O ... discuss

Our faith teaches that "children are the supreme gift of marriage and contribute to the welfare of their parents." (Humanae Vitae, Pope Paul VI, no. 9) In the consideration of having children, husba ... discuss

Social and political philosophies have tremendous impact on one's world view. One's role in society (should individuality or community have priority), the belief of the purpose of government (to prote ... discuss

by Eric Metaxas June 12, 2014 (BreakPoint) - Imagine you’re a woman in Sudan. Your Muslim father abandoned the family home when you were young. Your Christian mother raised you. Eventually you m ... discuss

In October of 1956 my grandfather Des Nichols, a life-long resident of Rockton himself, attended an auction at the homestead of a Rockton pioneer family, the old Clizbe place at the corner of Clizbe A ... discuss

Mark Bavis loved hockey. He started skating at the tender age of 4 and started shooting goals shortly after. His identical twin brother Mike also enjoyed the game and the two practiced and played to ... discuss

     I would like to start off by saying that things have been going really good lately. I have been doing a lot of planning for my pro-life group at school. I had been working on a pro ... discuss




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