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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

. . . An attempted list of all Trump's abuses of women over the years. Caution for those who can't process "snark" and "wit."by Ann Coulter: The New York Times' front-page article last Saturday on Don ... discuss

CEO Mark Zuckerberg met with conservative leaders about the social network's news feed. by Phil Kerpen, Contributing Author: Many conservatives are waving off concerns about Facebook manipulatin ... discuss

by Newt and Callista Gingrich: This election year has been defined by candidates in both parties who are promising a political revolution. A majority of the American people are calling out for real c ... discuss

Many of us will eventually reach a point in our lives where birthdays become less of an occasion for celebration, and more of a reminder that we are aging. The sadness or fear that this reminder evoke ... discuss

This timely warning comes from the recent newsletter of the Society of St. Vincent Ferrer.  Let us do all that we can in the next year to spread the news of Fatima, to participate in our Lady's r ... discuss

Along the road that is my life, time and again I've been impacted by friends and strangers.  In our fast paced society many of us lost touch with something as basic as human relationships.  ... discuss

marriage, stock photo via pixabay.comThe views on this blog do not necessarily represent the views or opinions of the Salvation Army, it's employees, or partners. The views on this blog are s ... discuss

By: T F Stern | T F Stern’s Rantings I’ve been involved in the locksmith industry right at forty years.  As far back as the 70s those who taught me the ‘tricks of the trade’ could se ... discuss

Since ABC’s Scandal’s winter finale in November ended with lead Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) heartlessly killing her unaborn baby to the tune of the Christmas hymn “Silent Night,& ... discuss

 Not “a terribly long leap”: Reflections on “Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race”By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This probably could be said every few years, but…in ... discuss

Bodily rights arguments for abortion are always extremist arguments, at least in the way people present them. No bodily rights argument that I have ever seen (or even heard of any pro-choice advocate ... discuss

It is almost impossible to believe that sixteen years have passed since I had my abortion, perhaps even more incredulous that I feel forgiven and healed. I write this in thanksgiving to God for His co ... discuss

I have participated in and provided oversight of countless accreditations in the past 12 years.  Never in my memory has Mr. Wilson had any say, or even made a comment on, school accreditation. Even h ... discuss

Cash, who began his master’s in counseling in 2007, was expelled from the program in 2014 for expressing his views on counseling homosexual couples on relationship issues. “He never said he wouldn ... discuss

I wish you had touched him, and kissed him, and been intimate with him. At least then the pain I felt would have made sense. Nobody would have told me “Boys will be boys!” or “Stop o ... discuss

For nearly two and a half centuries, Americans have enjoyed the enormous privilege and responsibility of forming our own government—a privilege rarely experienced throughout most of human history. F ... discuss

One of the foundational truths of the church is the understanding that the church isn’t the campus, brick and mortar, stained glass and steeple.  The church is the body of people who meet toge ... discuss

Rogation Day procession, circa 1945, at Portsmouth AbbeyIntroitHe heard my voice from His holy temple, alleluia: and my cry before Him came into His ears, alleluia, alleluia. -- (Ps. 17. 2, 3). I will ... discuss

was an Irish monk of whom little is known except that he was one of the most active early Scottish saints judging from the trail of place names (usually "Kildonan") stretching from Galloway to Perth a ... discuss

The book of Acts mentions a Mark, or John Mark, a kinsman of Barnabas (Col 4:10). The house of his mother Mary was a meeting place for Christians in Jerusalem (Acts 12:12). When Paul and Barnabas, who ... discuss

(March 25, 1347 - April 29, 1380) was a Dominican Tertiary (lay affiliate) of the Dominican Order. Catherine was the 23rd child out of 25 (her twin sister, the 24th, died at birth); her parents were G ... discuss

Athanasius of Alexandria (Greek: Αθανάσιος) (also spelled "Athanasios") (ca. 293 – May 2, 373) was a Christian bishop, the Bishop of Alexandria, in the fourth century. He is revered as a sa ... discuss

We know about Monnica almost entirely from the autobiography (the Confessions) of her son Augustine, a major Christian writer, theologian and philosopher (see 28 August). Monnica was born in North Afr ... discuss

By: Lloyd Marcus Joseph Goebbels said, “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.” While I realize that Goebbels was Hitler’s Propaganda ... discuss

Mason, like most Educators of her day, advocated the use of handicrafts in her schools. Also like most, she used a specific model of handicraft called Sloyd. Sloyd was not merely a type of handicraft, ... discuss

After finishing the last book this month, I realized that 3/4 of what I read this month centered around rather depressing topics. Methinks I need a more balanced literary diet in the next few months. ... discuss

In sum, Ehrman has written another interesting, provocative, and, at times, even insightful book. But just like his prior books, he’s continually tripped up by a hyper-skeptical methodology that ... discuss

1898: A Doctor's Work in PeoriaHughretta "Etta" Binkley was an unmarried woman about 27 years old who worked as a private stenographer for Fred Patee at a bicycle company that he managed. Sh ... discuss

Many physicians and midwives plied their trade as abortionists in early 20th century Chicago. The women whose deaths we commemorate today all had entrusted themselves to the care of those professional ... discuss

Chicago, 1899: Perpetrator's Profession UnknownOn April 25, 1899, Sarah Messinger, age 30, died in St. Luke's Hospital in Chicago from an abortion performed by Marie Kampfer. Sarah died ... discuss

A Gruesome Family Secret from 1916Maud Tabor VirgoIn November of 1915, Maud Tabor of Lawton, Michigan became the fifth wife of undertaker-turned-real estate salesman Joseph Virgo, who reportedly ... discuss

With this entry, I begin to chronicle my temporary Sunday wanderlust, in the form of an experience at a different parish church each Sunday. It will run each week until I'm tired of running.+ &nb ... discuss

Part 1 – Muhammad’s Night Journey to the Jewish Temple MountMuhammad's Flight PlanTwelve years after Muhammad became a prophet he said that he was physically transported through the sky 775 miles ... discuss

  Abortion Clinic Killed This Woman in a Botched Abortion, Then Her Organs Were Harvested  ... discuss

 Maggie’s powerful story raises troubling questions about how people with serious intellectual disabilities are diagnosed and cared forBy Jennifer Popik, J.D., Legislative Counsel, ... discuss

In Defenders of the Unborn, historian Daniel  K. Williams asks: why did the pro-life movement last so long, even as other social conservative movements faded away?The answer lies in the fact that ... discuss

In this composite image provided by NASA, fiveframes show the International Space Stationin silhouette.  (Photo by Bill Ingalls/NASA via Getty Images)by Ralph Benko, Contributing Author: One ... discuss

by Kerby Anderson, Contributing Author: While politicians and critics debate the merits of so-called “bathroom bills,” it might be worth considering what medical experts are saying about gender an ... discuss

Today there are around 500,000 buffalo in the United States,and about 90 percent are in private hands.(Photo: Yellowstone National Park/ Flickr/ CC BY 2.0)by Jarrett Stepman: The North American bison ... discuss

The Obamacare Train Wreck Continuesby Kerby Anderson, Contributing Author: Two news stories about Obamacare come to very different conclusions. UnitedHealth, the largest health insurer in America ann ... discuss

This article was published by True Dignity Vermont on April 22, 2016.News sources are reporting with surprise and seeming alarm on the Center for Disease Control’s newly released statistics showing ... discuss

This article was published by Careful a Mercatornet blog on April 26, 2016.Supporters invoke Thomas Hobbes in a proposal to crush conscientious objection to euthanasia. Michael CookBy Michae ... discuss

The article was published by First Things on April 29, 2016.Wesley SmithBy Wesley SmithI recently gave a speech to a group of conservative senior citizens in California, arguing against assisted suici ... discuss

In 1750, Jonathan Edwards was fired from his church.  A source of controversy regarding the Lord’s Supper created a division between he and his people and this culminated in his termination af ... discuss

I’m no fan of most forms of racing. Cars, horses, drones, people—none of them do much for me. I find bicycle racing especially drab, except for those Olympic sprint events that suddenly gr ... discuss

Every parent has the responsibility of eventually having “the talk” with their children. You know the talk I mean—the one that finally tells the children where babies come from. I don’ ... discuss

Over the course of my years of parenting, I have picked up advice from a hundred different sources. Like most parents I have read a few books on parenting, some of them general works and some ... discuss

This sponsored post was written by John Majors a writer and speaker for FamilyLife®. John is a host on Passport2Identity™, a new resource that enables parents of teens to have a life-chang ... discuss

Today’s Kindle deals include Preaching the Old Testament by Scott Gibson ($2.99) and NIV Zondervan Study Bible edited by D.A. Carson ($4.99). Beyond that, you may be interested in t ... discuss

It was a week ago today that we released my new book Visual Theology: Seeing and Understanding the Truth About God (which, of course, I co-authored with Josh Byers). Now, just a week later, it ... discuss

One of the things I love to do for fun is read, ponder, and memorize poetry. One of my favorites is “I Wish I Could Remember That First Day” by the Victorian poet Christina Rossetti. In th ... discuss

25 April, New Testament The book of Acts mentions a Mark, or John Mark, later called a kinsman of Barnabas (Colossians 4:10). The house of his mother Mary was a meeting place for Christians in Jerusa ... discuss

April 21 is the feast of St. Anslem, a Benedictine monk, abbot, philosopher and theologian, who held the office of archbishop of Canterbury from 1093 to 1109. He is a Doctor of the Church who is known ... discuss

April 27 is the feast of St. Zita of Lucca (1212-72), the patron saint of housekeepers, domestic servants, and waitresses. She is also invoked to help find lost keys.She was born in Tuscany, Italy in ... discuss

In this world, so much attention is paid to pop culture icons dying and fads.  Why are the papers not covered with this story?  This is true NEWS.  This is a miracle!  Bread has tu ... discuss

 New Canadian euthanasia/assisted suicide bill: inept, incompetent, and dangerousBy Charlie Lewis Minister of Health Jane Philpott, right, listens to Minister of Justice and Attorney ... discuss

Jesus Christ established a new house of God, and He has made us to be stones in that house. The old house was full of corruption. And as He cleansed the corruption out the first time, He began replaci ... discuss

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

In the Strange Fire Conference, Conrad Mbewe preached on the subject, “Are We Preachers or Witch Doctors?”  This sermon is helpful to consider the landscape of the charismatic movement i ... discuss

When a wounded spouse eventually starts implementing boundaries and consequences she has often been accused of being unforgiving and lacking grace. But it is just as possible that boundaries and conse ... discuss

Jeremiah 29:11 does not promise you money, marriage, a job, a win at the meet, healing for you or a loved one, political freedom – all of which we tend to feel entitled to in this culture.  And it ... discuss

by Jim Mullen, Contributing Author: The American electoral process, especially on the federal level, has always been something less than genteel. From the earliest days of our founding, political off ... discuss

Abuja, Nigeria, Apr 14, 2016 / 04:05 pm (Aid to the Church in Need).- Two years ago, radical Islamists with the militant group Boko Haram stormed a school in Chibok, Nigeria, kidnapping 276 teen girl ... discuss

When Lakisha Wilson renewed her driver’s license on May 25, 2012, she checked the permission box to become an organ donor. She had no idea that she would be dead less than two years later, or that a ... discuss

  Guest blog post by Anthony Jones I had no idea what I was getting into. I thought it would just be something that I worked on for half an hour a week before sharing it with a few friends. Littl ... discuss

Reading Kelly Fitzgerald’s abortion story is a heartbreaking experience. The troubled young woman struggled with drug and alcohol problems for years and now claims that aborting her unborn baby ... discuss

Meet Autumn Parkin. She’s a mother of three from Boise, Idaho–and she’s a gun rights advocate. She didn’t always use to be this way. In her profile video with The Blaze, she admits that she c ... discuss

I know, I know... the movie Mona Lisa Smile is considered "old" by most people who are used to only seeking out the latest and greatest but it's only 13 years old. I've been watching (and re ... discuss

New York City, N.Y., Apr 11, 2016 / 02:39 pm (CNA).- Christopher Bell was in his twenties and living in Times Square when he heard something that sounded like the voice of God. Bell had been working ... discuss

Yesterday I preached from Mark 12:18-27.  In this text, Jesus was in His final week of His earthly life prior to the crucifixion and subsequent resurrection.  As He arrived in Jerusalem during the ... 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

Img via 'State of the Nation' (2012): War Epidemic and The Need for Radical Wisdomby Nelson Hultberg, Contributing Author: What are the sources of the interminable wars throughout the world today? Why ... discuss

Thomas Cole, the Course of Empire: DestructionThe mallet strikes hard wood and there you are, in the defendant chair. A court has been convened, the judge sits high on the bench robbed in black, and ... discuss

Although he possessed the glory of deity, this godhead was largely veiled by his flesh. His “tent” was unattractive from the outside – he looked just like an ordinary man. As Isaiah predicted, h ... discuss

This week's Free Stuff Fridays is sponsored by Zondervan who also sponsored the blog this week. They are offering 5 prizes this week which means that 5 winners will each receive the following ... discuss

What hasn’t been publicly seen from Driscoll however, is any show of heartfelt brokenness at, or apology for, mistakes made. I’d argue that as a public figure, any repentance and restorati ... discuss

Phoenix Aesir Mann was alive for just 14 weeks inside his mother’s womb when he died on October 11, 2015. At 14 weeks of pregnancy, women are often told by abortion clinic staff that their unbor ... discuss

A Mystery Abortion in 1873Sarah N. Hall, a widow about 31 years of age, died under suspicious circumstances on Sunday, April 6, 1873 at the Grand Central Hotel in Chicago. During her final illness, sh ... discuss

He has saved us and called us to a holy life—not because of anything we have done but because of his own purpose and grace. This grace was given us in Christ Jesus before the beginning of time,2 T ... discuss

Donald Trump has been the subject of 100s of news stories this past week on the issue of abortion. He’s been dogged from both pro-life and pro-abortion advocates on his answer on whether women s ... discuss

Donald Trump has commented on the issue of abortion again with a statement that is ure to upset pro-life voters further after repeatedly applauding the Planned Parenthood abortion business. In new rem ... discuss

This past February saw a parish in Seattle fall victim to a hate crime.At least that's what some would have you believe. Saint Patrick's Church, located north of downtown in the Portage Bay neighborho ... discuss

Our “When Swing Was King” road trip had a swell start – really swell.  The blessings began with a very pleasant drive to Texas, the highlights of which were a brief visit with my sister She ... discuss

Donald Trump has successfully re-opened a thorny debate within the pro-life movement as to the question of whether women who have abortions should be “punished” under a potential law banni ... discuss

March 31st will mark the eleven year anniversary of my sister Terri Schiavo’s mandated court ordered death by starvation and dehydration. Her death took nearly two weeks. The inhumanity of what happ ... discuss

31 March, Old Testament Joseph was the son of the patriarch Jacob and Rachel — and was his father's favorite son. He incurred his older brothers' jealousy and anger (both through Jacob's f ... discuss

I am going to refer to my yet unknown adopted grandchild as a 'she', although we may receive a little boy. That will suit our family just fine too. Originally my daughter wanted to adopt a baby g ... discuss

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Raising the minimum wage in California to the highest statewide level in the nation would eventually cost taxpayers an additional $3.6 billion a year in higher pay for gove ... discuss

The Planned Parenthood abortion corporation has long ignored FDA rules and subjected women to dangerous abortions by giving them the abortion drug outside the guidelines the FDA had put in place. The ... discuss

LARNACA, Cyprus (AP) — An Egyptian man hijacked an EgyptAir plane Tuesday and forced it to land in Cyprus, where most passengers were eventually allowed to get off, though the crew remained on board ... discuss

A just published article in the Journal of Medical Ethics argues for allowing killing by organ removal as a form of euthanasia and organ donation. More, over at The Corner. The authors mention that Be ... discuss

An Alabama judge sided with abortion clinics Friday and overturned a law requiring that they have hospital admitting privileges for emergency situations. U.S. District Judge Mryon Thompson ruled that ... discuss

A woman born without arms or legs has become an inspiration across Columbia after she overcame a serious genetic disability and a dark childhood to become a talented artist and motivational speaker. Z ... discuss

Photos are of Ukrainian/Russian kids who climb skyscrapers without safety gearThe photographs I used to preface this post are of Russian and Ukrainian daredevils who climb skyscrapers under constructi ... discuss

Sharon Johnson calls herself an addict, although she's been sober for three years now. She started by smoking pot and eventually moved to crack cocaine. Her daughter has tried heroin and "I believe I' ... discuss

The Obama administration has been unrelenting in its fight to force a group of Catholic nuns to violate their beliefs and pay for abortion-causing drugs and contraception, arguing that they are essent ... discuss

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments today in the case the Little Sisters of the Poor and 37 pro-life groups, universities and companies have filed against the HHS mandate, which forces them to pay ... discuss

I looked at the plus sign on the pregnancy test in disbelief… This couldn’t be happening. Just a short month before, I’d been told by an ob/gyn that I would need fertility treatments to ever be ... discuss

In the next major battle in the pro-life fight against the HHS mandate, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments for Little Sisters of the Poor’s challenge to the Obama HHS mandate. The nation’s ... discuss

We are charged by God almighty to share his gospel with the world.  God is good.  His gospel is pure, right, and timeless.  Therefore we ought to share it with all peoples, in all natio ... discuss

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — The Navy is paying for research into an app to screen for autism in the hopes that it could eventually be tweaked to look for signs of post-traumatic stress disorder. ... discuss

A judge has denied the request from pro-life Governor Matt Bevin of Kentucky to close an abortion clinic that the governor says is running afoul of state law. A lawsuit involving a Kentucky abortion c ... discuss

TweetBy Meagan Nijenhuis“I want to know what YOU believe.” That’s what Henry told me at Florida Atlantic University last month during GAP. He had taken a pamphlet as he had passed by the display ... discuss

Hello and welcome back to the show. I'm your host. :-P If you haven't read part one, you can check it out here. :)Now, where was I...? Oh yes, unplugging from technology. First, I want to say that the ... 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

Tony Funderburk - Tony Funderburk - The Truth in Words And Music When you realize you are not good enough to live forever, your life can change forever. It’s tough, sometimes, to find out there& ... discuss

As a young man in a strange world I often wonder about life: Why am I here?  What is this society?  What does human history mean?  What is the purpose of government? How does culture ch ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - Tony Funderburk - The Truth in Words And Music Are you willing to do something for God today? I promise, it won’t be for nothing. You may be asking what you can do for God. I h ... discuss

“Almighty Father, we do come before you aware of the fact that government is not an accident nor is it our invention, but rather it is your gift to us in the very structures of creation as you ... discuss

I've tried many a time, in these pages to describe what it was like in my previous life.  Or in what you could call my life before the cross.  I've failed every time.  It is extremely d ... 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

TweetBy Caroline SlingerlandDoing pro-life work is hard.  I’m not going to lie.  I often feel tired and discouraged, and I often wonder what I’m doing.  I don’t like to step outsi ... discuss

Justice Antonin Gregory Scalia, AP Photo,  shamelessly pinched from here.I was present at the ordination party for Rev. Paul Scalia, one of the 9 children of Maureen & Antonin Scalia. Paul & ... discuss

“Presidents come and go, but the Supreme Court goes on forever.” So advised a man who ought to know, William Howard Taft. After serving as President of the United States, Taft went on to s ... 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

The federal government, as it is currently operated, is an unconstitutional morass of power hungry narcissistic megalomaniacs bent on feeding their own personal power and position to the exclusion of ... discuss

Vincent Argent is a long-time practitioner of abortion in the United Kingdom. But, as Sarah Terzo notes, he refuses to perform elective dismemberment (dilation & evacuation) abortions after 16 weeks. ... 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

Special thanks to Dave Sterrett and Hendrickson Publishers for the free copy of the book to review.In a person's lifetime, there are only so many books that he/she can read. That's why it's important ... discuss

Political correctness (PC) seems to be the rule in America today. Thanks for this predicament has to be given to the tireless effort of the current occupier of the White House and his corrupt administ ... discuss

“Word, Light, Life.”John 1:1-14 (15-18)Christmas Eve 2015In the beginning...John begins his Gospel of Jesus Christ with the same words that start the creation account of Genesis.  “In the b ... discuss

This is my response to Professor George Yancy of Emory University’s open letter entitled: “Dear White America“ Dear Professor Yancy, I hesitate to dignify your thinly veiled bigotry ... discuss

The other day as I was leaving the clinic, after having prayed the rosary aloud, one of my Protestant friends called out to me "Queen Mother isn't capitalized in the Bible, you know." I asked what he ... discuss

Question: "Now that the Christmas season has begun — in our secular society called the “holiday season” — there are parties held at workplaces. But we are fasting, and the celebration of the L ... discuss

Religious books from the ancient Near East can be dangerous in the hands of some people. Have you heard of the Hutaree? They were an apocalyptic group in the US that planned on starting a terrorist wa ... discuss

It occurs to me, rather belatedly, that the annals of the rescues we undertook from 1988 to 1992 have never been typed up.  Should I die tomorrow, the records would be lost forever and my kids will h ... discuss

There are only two kinds of people in the end: those who say to God, “Thy will be done,” and those to whom God says, in the end, “Thy will be done.” All that are in Hell, choose it. Without th ... discuss

Image source: thecatsdiary.comSo you’ve completed the RCIA program, been confirmed (possibly baptized, if you weren’t before), and have even got your first rosary, bottle of Holy Water, and collec ... 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

Protesters at Amherst College. (Twitter via Daily Beast)On Thursday, November 12, Amherst College in Amherst, Massachusetts joined the list of institutions that have suffered student protests. Accordi ... discuss

Question: "What were the sources of doctrine for the Israelites in the Old Testament? Was it Tradition, or Scripture?"We are told by St. Paul that God,"at sundry times and in diverse manners spake in ... 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

English: Catholicism_Protestantism_and_Islam (Photo credit: Wikipedia)Some major changes occurred when Pope Francis as he is called, took over as Pope of the Roman Catholic Church, this was no ordinar ... discuss

Clearly very dark forces are going to be at work at the Synod....if they succeed and given the manner of the operation, they deprive its results of all legitimacy."However, the adapters have failed to ... discuss

Kim DavisMany Christians who are opposed to the legalization of same sex marriage are looking to Kim Davis - the Rowan County, Kentucky Clerk who refused to give marriage licenses to same sex couples ... discuss

I recently did a post in which I talked about the heavy cross borne by those who are especially gifted and talented.  As Christians, it is a constant struggle for the "above average" to remember ... 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 love being 92!  I’ve written about the vista and the panoply and all that is true.  But there  is also  the insight that comes with age.  At least I’m calling it insight.  I look b ... 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

The reason we put our child to death is because his father and I were not in love. Sounds barbaric, right? And yet that’s the rationale provided us by a woman living in Rome—minus any ref ... discuss

The reason we put our child to death is because his father and I were not in love. Sounds barbaric, right? And yet that’s the rationale provided us by a woman living in Rome—minus any ref ... discuss

During my doctor's visit on Saturday, the Lord gave me the topic for this article and told me what the title should be.  When I got home, I started writing it.  However, there was one Script ... discuss

A Facebook source led me to a page titled “Questions for Roman Catholics”, by Matt Slick of the Christian Apologetics & Research Ministry. “The responses [I get],” Slick states, “vary from d ... 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

Rod Dreher. (Photo: John Zak.)Saturday, on the suggestion of Brandon Vogt, I read fellow Metroplex resident Rod Dreher’s “Critics of the Benedict Option”, in which Dreher attempts to further art ... discuss

5-The Rising Road (1933-1939)There have been 3 presidents who were larger than the office they inherited.  One was Washington, who fairly invented the office; there was Lincoln who preserved the ... 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

Will's team played their seventh game of the season tonight. It was another tough game in which Will only got to bat once. He got on base on a walk and eventually scored. He played left field and thir ... 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

Human nature being what it is, government always tends toward authoritarianism (or worse), regardless of the nobility or ignobility of a government's founders.  If the citizens were always in per ... 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

Note: This post will be in progress for some time as I remember more I'd like to include in the lists. I am hoping to eventually add information about maturity levels. For now, movies with mature cont ... 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

Over 70 years ago, the German government with the cooperation of doctors target a segment of the population for death based upon their genetic makeup and carry out a plan of extermination with the p ... 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

When outrageous becomes the norm, we've already breached that much touted tipping point; we've slipped into the realm of self-destruction.Despite the serial lawlessness and incremental foundational se ... 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

Here is an article by the AP, highlighting some of the recent comments by Pope Francis, and taking them out of context.The first thing taken out of context are the two words quoted in the headline: PO ... discuss

Everyone relax.  I’m here. See?  I knew how worried you were. The last month has been an adventure, but a good one.  With Vision Forum closed, Perry’s job of 10 years came to an end. ... discuss

I woke up Thursday morning with plans.  It was a bright sunny morning, and the first thing on my agenda after breakfast was to pick up my sister’s three young children for the day so that she c ... discuss

My response to Amanda Marcotte, one of the most vile feminists I've read in awhile on her column The Real Debate Isn’t About “Life” But About What We Expect Of Women, where she compares hav ... discuss

Just a quick fix if you happen to be using Mimo with Giganews, which by the way, is the BEST Usenet provider in the known universe. I ran into a problem where Mimo wouldn’t start. The splash scr ... discuss

Imagine that....stop coddling the kids and let them be kids, let them learn and learn to respect one another without the adults interfering in their natural ability to play and get along. Sure adult s ... discuss

-By Warner Todd Huston An OfficeMax stationary store in suburban Chicago has courted controversy and raised questions of consumer privacy by sending a direct mail flyer to the home of a man whose daug ... discuss

-By Warner Todd Huston Northern elites love to look down their noses and sneer at southerners whom they consider loutish hayseeds who are just plain stupid. But as many in the north have dismissed the ... discuss

As I sit in a world filled with political correctness, and with people trying to be tolerant and accepting of everyone and everything, I've been thinking about how radical Jesus is and was. Jesus alw ... discuss

-By Warner Todd Huston Only one day after Colorado legalized marijuana, a 2-year-old child was tested positive for pot when she found and ate a cookie laced with the drug that was lying on the ground ... discuss

Me, Gramma and my sister DaleI've joked a bit over the years about my neglected childhood, how Jay got special treatment because he was the oldest, Dale was the only girl, Tim was the youngest, and th ... discuss

Things can change on a dime I'm telling you! According to an article in the Telegraph, teens see Facebook as "dead and buried." According to the article, it's not just that Facebook is on a slide or o ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for December 19 is Blessed Pope Urban V. Blessed Pope Urban V was born Guillaume de Grimoard at Grisac in Languedoc, 1310. He studied canon law and theology in Avignon and became ... discuss

I'm introducing a new feature on An Infant in a Cradle -- 20schemes Tuesdays. My plan is to feature an aspect of 20schemes (my new employer) that I find encouraging and think readers might enjoy learn ... discuss

So yesterday we saw that ever since the birth of capitalism, the Popes and also the bishops (in the documents of Vatican II), have not ceased to point out the deficiencies of that economic philosophy. ... discuss

Although Colorado is often credited for passing America's first abortion law, it was actually Mississippi ~ as States of Refuge reminds us."The eyes of America are upon you. Abortion began in Ame ... discuss

Last week, Operation Save America held another States of Refuge event in Jackson, to educate about the infinite value of human beings, made in God's image, and to press for the closure of Mississippi' ... discuss

A friend of mine asked me to review a section of a book called So Why Didn't They Tell Me That In Church by Steven Michael Owens. The section he asked me to comment on is a defense of conditional immo ... discuss

You’ve spent months and months developing the backstory, characters, and places for your story. You’ve obsessed over every detail. For instance you know that your main character loves pizz ... discuss

This is the 2nd of two interviews I conducted in 2005 with prominent Colorado Black Republicans.  Theron doesn't like the term "Black Republican" — he's a "Republican" just like any other — b ... discuss

Writing has always been a priority in our Catholic Homeschool from when we first started, I’ve always provided our children with papers and writing utensils of all kinds.  I have basically ... discuss

From #52: Promising love for ever is possible when we perceive a plan bigger than our own ideas and undertakings, a plan which sustains us and enables us to surrender our future entirely to the one we ... discuss




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