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Gabe Hughes, pastor of Junction City First Southern Baptist Church, author, and creator of WWUTT returns for his second episode of Echo Zoe Radio. Gabe recently released a new book called “40 Mormo ... discuss

Because feeling better about one’s self by punishing others is an addictive pleasure, victories can never satiate those who wage identity politics as war. ~ Dr. Angelo Codevillaby Dr. Anfelo Codevil ... 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

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Choice Is An Illusion.Margaret DoreCanada’s Bill C-14, which seeks to codify assisted suicide and euthanasia, is a recipe for elder abuse.Proposed recommendations by the Sena ... discuss

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE THURSDAY MAY 19, 2016 Proposed recommendations by the Senate Legal & Constitutional Affairs Committee do not solve the bill’s problems. The bill violates the Canadian ... discuss

Emperor Constantine, 21 May AD 337 Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus served as Roman Emperor from AD 306 to 337. During his reign the persecution of Christians was forbidden by the Edict of Mila ... 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

During the Octave of Pentecost, the Church traditionally celebrates the Summer Ember Days. This Wednesday is Ember Wednesday. This Friday and Saturday will also be Ember Days. As per the traditiona ... discuss

ARRA Editor: The below addressed  "order" is one of the "crappiest" (pun intended) decisions by President Obama and his AG, Loretta Lynch.  Permitting anatomically boys in girls bathrooms a ... discuss

Conservative filmmaker discusses his new movie, "Hillary's America."by David Horowitz, Contributing Author: Below are the video and transcript to Dinesh D'Souza's lecture at the David Horowitz Freedom ... discuss

by Gary Bauer, Contributing Author: Obama's Culture War - The economy is stagnant. ISIS continues its genocide. But the Obama Administration has the time to launch another blitz in its ongoing war ag ... discuss

creative commons image, source"The loneliness of the Christian results from his walk with God in an ungodly world, a walk that must often take him away from the fellowship of good Christians as well a ... discuss

In the next installment of my Roman pilgrimage, I share three additional sites on my journeys: Chisea Gesu e Maria (the Institute of Christ the King's Church in Rome) as well as the Pantheon (known to ... discuss

was born at Szczepanów in the Diocese of Krakow, Poland 26 July, 1030 and consecrated bishop of Krakow in 1072.He is the patron of Poland, and was known for his fervent preaching of the Gospel, for h ... discuss

You may have seen this meme in various forms. Spurgeon isn’t talking politics specifically here, but he applies this principle consistently when he does venture into preaching on the politic ... discuss

From The National InterestBy Adriel KasontainShareIt may not be apparent to everyone today, but written constitutions are a relatively modern phenomenon. The two earliest examples date only from the l ... discuss

Think about your bedroom for a moment as you read the next few lines. Is it coming into focus? Now close your eyes and take a Polaroid of that place, that place you have called home for so many year ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - I write words and music about the rhyme and reason of life. The Headline Reads – Rejoice: Rapture Almost Here So…with the rapture almost here, do you have your affairs in ... discuss

GOP BIG TENT?by Herman Cain: I saw an interesting comment on my Facebook page yesterday. It came from a reader who clearly considers himself a "true conservative" and had to do with the idea of expand ... discuss

by Kerby Anderson, Contributing Author: Today is the National Day of Prayer. It is a vital part of our American heritage. The first call to prayer happened before the American Revolution. In 1775, th ... discuss

Typical Chicago Abortion Death, 1921On May 4, 1921, 37-year-old Hungarian immigrant Katherine Falesch died in Chicago from an abortion perpetrated by 37-year-old midwife Eva Lorch. Lorch was arraigned ... discuss

Who Will Hold The EPA To Account?by Michelle Malkin: The left has concocted a lucrative category of politically correct victims: “climate refugees.” It’s the new Green racket.U.S. taxpayers will ... discuss

by Jenn Jacques: Oh dear foreigners – the Piers Morgans of the world, if you will – what is your sick obsession with America’s Second Amendment?Canadian Nicole ArbourEnter Canadian “celebrity ... discuss

50 Families Sue Over Illinois High School’s Transgender Bathroom PolicyAmerica's Transgender Bathroom Battle Heats UpColorado Christian Requests ExemptionAll Gender Cabins on School TripsThese are j ... discuss

The Fortieth Day of Easter, New Testament Lection †  Psalm 110 (1-year Lectionary) or Psalm 47 (3-year)†  2 Kings 2:5-15 (1-year) or Acts 1:1-11 (3-year)† &n ... discuss

The Collect.ALMIGHTY God, who showest to them that are in error the light of thy truth, to the intent that they may return into the way of righteousness; Grant unto all those who are admitted into the ... discuss

(Elphege, AElfheah) was born about 953, during the second major period of Viking raids against England. He became first a monk and then a hermit, and then was appointed Abbot of Bath. In 984 he became ... 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

(also Ercenwald, Erkenwald or Erconwald; died 693) was Bishop of London in the Anglo-Saxon Christian church between 675 and 693.Erkenwald was born at Lindsey and was supposedly of royal ancestry. Erke ... 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

\By Patrick J. Buchanan In Samuel Eliot Morison’s “The Oxford History of the American People,” there is a single sentence about Harriet Tubman. “An illiterate field hand, (Tubman) not only esc ... discuss

On this, the Feast Day of Saint George, patron saint of England, we wish all our English friends, visitors and all those throughout the world whose roots are in that "sceptred isle," a proud, blesse ... discuss

For many years now I have encouraged ordinary people to consider the extraordinary value of ministry to senior citizens, especially those who deal with illness, loneliness, boredom, and fear. I also e ... discuss

By Mitchell Kalpakgian, Ph.D. In C. S. Lewis’s That Hideous Strength Mark Studdock, a sociologist recruited by an elite circle of progressive thinkers to advance their utopian agenda, has advanced d ... discuss

By Peter Kwasniewski, Ph.D. See Part I here, Part II here, Part III here. Friedrich Nietzsche is a notoriously anti-Christian author, and, while in rhetoric he is second to none, he is pathetically w ... discuss

By Joe Kral In the Christian classic, The Great Divorce, C.S. Lewis pens one of the great lines regarding the battle of Truth and relativism, “There are only two kinds of people in the end: those wh ... discuss

 “Untold:” the story of God’s miracles in the makingBy Dave Andrusko Like most pro-lifers I believe passionately in the power of communications that touch both the heart and th ... discuss

For those who celebrate the Ascension of Our Lord on Sunday, please follow this link to the Evening Prayer for Thursday in Week 6 of Easter Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary: 10 ... discuss

For those who celebrate the Ascension of Our Lord on Sunday, please follow this link to the Midafternoon Prayer for Thursday in Week 6 of Easter Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinar ... discuss

For those who celebrate the Ascension of Our Lord on Sunday, please follow this link to the Midday Prayer for Thursday in Week 6 of Easter. Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary: 10 ... discuss

For those who celebrate the Ascension of Our Lord on Sunday, please follow this link to the Midmorning Prayer for Thursday in Week 6 of Easter. Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary ... discuss

For those of you who celebrate Ascension on Sunday please follow this link to Today’s Morning Prayer for Thursday in Week 6 of Easter Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary: 10 ... discuss

For those of you who celebrate the Ascension of Our Lord on Sunday, please follow this link to the Office of Readings for Thursday in Week 6 of Easter. Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: ... discuss

Vatican City, May 3, 2016 / 04:48 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Thousands of poor and excluded men and women from across Europe will be given a once in a lifetime opportunity this November: a chance to celebra ... discuss

. . . Because you wouldn't know it some days.by Herman Cain:  No one has to explain to me about the rough-and-tumble nature of presidential primary races. I know a little something about this. Th ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - I write words and music about the rhyme and reason of life. Going Mano a Mano (metaphorically) with Bono I saw a link to a Washington Post story about Bono, and the link was titled & ... discuss

When I sit with my family around the table for a meal on the Lord’s day, I will typically ask, “What did I preach about today?”  I love hearing my children answer the question with ... discuss

Yesterday I preached Mark 12:35-37 in our morning worship service.  After a lengthy series of questions hurled at Jesus, He now turned to ask a question of His own.  In fact, as it was Wednesday in ... discuss

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This sponsored post was prepared by Michael Horton, author of over thirty books, including the just-released Core Christianity. White Horse Inn, where he teaches and serves as the editor-in-c ... discuss

Late last year I announced the 2016 Reading Challenge, a fun way to increase and diversify your reading through another year. I took the challenge and set this year’s goal at 104 books. Howe ... discuss

20 April AD 1558 Johannes Bugenhagen (1485-1558), was from Pomerania in northern Germany. Because of his ancestral region, he took the Latin name Pomeranus and Martin Luther often called him "Doctor ... discuss

Let no one despise you for your youth, but set the believers an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, in purity. 1 Timothy 4:12 (ESV)It's amazing how God lines things up. Because I've been ... discuss

On April 17, we honor Blessed Mary of the Incarnation.  Also known as Barbara Avrillot and Madame Acarie, she is recognized as the "mother and foundress of the (Discalced) Carmel in France". She ... 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

Today, May 2, is the memorial of St. Athanasius, bishop and doctor of the Church.St. Athanasius (295 - 373) was the Church's greatest hero in the battle against Arianism (a heresy that denied Christ's ... discuss

TweetWhy do you want to work with CCBR a second Summer?I chose to work with CCBR again this summer because abortion is still a reality in this country. Every day 300 vulnerable pre-born children are v ... discuss

"No one will have any other desire in heaven than what God wills; and the desire of one will be the desire of all; and the desire of all and of each one will also be the desire of God" (St. Anselm, Le ... discuss

Double (1955 Calendar): April 27Today is the Feast of St. Peter Canisius, SJ.  The Roman Martyrology declares in its entry for him:St. Peter Canisius, priest of the Society of Jesus, confess ... discuss

by Herman Cain: Stop running from yourself. Learn to like who you really are, and live.I’m starting to think the growing absurdity in our nation’s culture can be explained by a simple but troubl ... discuss

Fr. George RutlerThere is an account of some poor man with nothing to say for himself, nonetheless begging Alexander the Great for a pittance, only to be astonished when the king handed him more than ... discuss

“One Nation Under God” is a perceptive and peaceable volume. Throughout the material the authors thoughtfully interact with several thinkers, to include Lesslie Newbigin, N.T. Wright, Martin Luthe ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary: 1045 Proper of Seasons: 750 Psalter: Sunday, Week IV, 1490 Office of Readings for the 4th Sunday of Easter God, come to my assistance.— ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary: 1054 Proper of Seasons: 766 Psalter: Monday, Week IV, 1522 Midday Prayer for Monday in Week 4 of Easter, using the Current Psalmody God, come ... discuss

Shakespeare, master of ironyI just finished reading Henry V and we went to Blackfriars Theater last night to see the play. Ouch...not a particularly good production. They turned many of the scenes int ... discuss

Once again, the biggest exporter of terrorism in the World, refuses to accept responsibility for it’s own people. Via The New York Times: WASHINGTON — Saudi Arabia has told the Obama administ ... discuss

“The longing of every Christian parent is to see their child healed of his or her sin by Christ and increase in the knowledge of God. There is planting and watering for us to do, but God must pr ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary: 1064 Proper of Seasons: 748 Psalter: Sunday, Week IV, 1485 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 694 Proper of Seasons: 496 Psalter: Sunday, Week IV, 92 ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary: 1054 Proper of Seasons: 747 Psalter: Saturday, Week III, 1481 Midday Prayer for Saturday in Week 3 of Easter, using the Current Psalmody God, ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary: 1049 Proper of Seasons: 745 Psalter: Saturday, Week III, 1476 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 689 Proper of Seasons: 494 Psalter: Saturday, Week I ... discuss

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL Education: Elementary, FT EmployeeChrist the King Parish School (Philadelphia, PA)The Archdiocese of Philadelphia Office of Catholic Education is seeking an experienced lea ... discuss

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Poland's president is leading formal celebrations marking the 1,050th anniversary of Christianity in Poland with a speech declaring the baptism of Poland's first king as the mo ... discuss

Contact: Lynn Scarborough, United Cry Media, 469-951-7051 WASHINGTON, April 14, 2016 /Christian Newswire/ -- The year 2016 is a mega "Bible Jubilee" year. The increasing number of prayer rallies, me ... discuss

GAUHATI, India (AP) — Greeted by a Bhutanese girl and boy with bouquets of flowers, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived on a windy Thursday morning in Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan for a daylong ... discuss

The televangelist is set to appear at the SECC in June in a meeting organised by the Destiny Evangelical church. Dollar is a proponent of the Prosperity Gospel that says being rich is God’s will and ... discuss

Do not be overly inflamed or infatuated by the political process. Jesus is king; he is going nowhere. He is the one who enthrones and dethrones. No ruler exists who is not placed there by his sovereig ... discuss

Leovigild, King of the Visigoths, had two sons, Hermenegild and Recared, who reigned conjointly with him. All three were Arians, but Hermenegild married a. zealous Catholic, the daughter of Sigebert, ... discuss

The Good Shepherd  “For thus says the Lord Yahweh: Behold, I myself, even I, will search for my sheep, and will seek them out. As a shepherd seeks out his flock in the day that he is among his ... discuss

Libraries Struggle to Remain Relevant WORLD reports on the struggles libraries face as they attempt to stay relevant in a digital world. Thinking? Conference 2016 If you are in ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary: 1054 Proper of Seasons: 731 Psalter: Thursday, Week III, 1444 Midday Prayer for Thursday in Week 3 of Easter, using the Current Psalmody God, ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary: 1054 Complementary Psalmody: 1651 (Midmorning) Proper of Seasons: 730 (antiphon, reading, concluding prayer) Midmorning Prayer for Thursday in ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary: 1049 Proper of Seasons: 729 Psalter: Thursday, Week III, 1435 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 689 Proper of Seasons: 489 Psalter: Thursday, Week I ... discuss

Here is an email I shared with a work associate. I share it to reveal how powerfully catechesis can be both in life and in death, both in yours and others.________________[if gte mso 9]> Normal 0 ... discuss

Image source: ancoraonline.it.On Friday, as I’m sure most of you know, the Vatican Press released Pope Francis’ post-synodal exhortation Amoris Laetitia (The Joy of Love). Predictably, everyone wh ... discuss

OLD BOOKSby Margaret Widdemer(via Semicolon)The people up and down the world that talk and laugh and cry,They’re pleasant when you’re young and gay, and life is all to try,But when your heart is t ... discuss

(Note: The first leg of our "When Swing Was King" road trip to San Antonio and then Oklahoma City is described in this Vital Signs Blog post.)...Leaving Bryan and Janet was tough. We had such a g ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary: 1049 Proper of Seasons: 721 Psalter: Wednesday, Week III, 1420 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 689 Proper of Seasons: 486 Psalter: Wednesday, Week ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary: 1045 Proper of Seasons: 718 Psalter: Wednesday, Week III, 1415 Office of Readings for Wednesday in Week 3 of Easter God, come to my assistance ... discuss

The saint of the day for April 11 is St. Stanislaus, the Bishop of Cracow, and patron saint of Crakow and Poland. A champion of religious liberty and of the dignity of every human being, he vehemently ... discuss

born in 1686, became a Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge in 1711, but in 1714, at the death of Queen Anne, he became a non-Juror: that is to say, he found himself unable to take the required oath ... discuss

The year 870 was a terrible year for the Church in East Anglia. The Viking army that had arrived in 865 became a permanent army of occupation, and when they had amassed horses and supplies from the En ... discuss

We live in an age where “speaking your mind” is considered a virtue and a hailed as a sign of good leadership. But is this trait something the Bible commends? Should Christians be known for “spe ... 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

At the coffee shop Topsy and Tuptim are discussing Pope Francis' Apostolic Exhoration Amoris Laetitia:Topsy: (Handing Tuptim the New York Times and Washington Post) Have you read the pope's exhortatio ... discuss

The Gospel According to Joe (A very apocryphal work)And it came to pass that some of the followers of John, along with several scribes and Pharisees, came to John and spoke to him."Teacher, you a ... discuss

When we think of David’s sin with Bathsheba we usually consider the events surrounding the incident (2 Samuel 11:1-26), the horrible consequences (2 Sam. 12:10-15), David’s agonizing repentance (P ... discuss

CAIRO (AP) — Saudi Arabia's King Salman has arrived in Egypt for talks, with Cairo stressing that it wants to boost ties with the Gulf powerhouse. ... discuss

NEW YORK (AP) — As she prepares to sing the iconic Carole King song "Beautiful" onstage, Hannah Pienkowski has managed to find the perfect coach. Not the actual songwriter, but maybe the next best t ... discuss

Forty six years before my birth in Brooklyn, my father was born in 1912 Dublin, Ireland.  He was the youngest of seven in a Catholic family.  After he died in 1984, all those siblings outli ... discuss

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Peace, Forgiveness, Blessings, Belief, LifeJohn 20:19-31John's Gospel recounts for us the events of that first Easter Sunday evening, and also a week later. And as we stand, a week out from our own E ... discuss

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. (AP) — A suburban Philadelphia woman with several baby gift registries has been accused of kidnapping a newborn at a shopping mall. ... discuss

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. (AP) — Police in suburban Philadelphia say surveillance video enabled them to identify the woman who kidnapped a baby boy from a mall and return the infant to his mother within ... 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

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. (AP) — Police say a baby boy who was kidnapped from an upscale shopping mall in suburban Philadelphia has been found safe. ... discuss

1 April AD 1582? By most accounts, almost nothing stood out about young Fere. Indeed, the birth of this seventh son of one Septimus Filius is lost completely to history. Only apocryphal accounts rema ... discuss

It was on an Easter Sunday,     and all in the morning,Our Savior arose,     and our heavenly King.The sun and the moon,     they both did r ... discuss

Making choices. And they began to debate among themselves who among them would do such a deed. Palm Sunday marks the start of Holy Week. Palm Sunday marks the start of a week in which tremendous, wor ... discuss

Lift high the Cross. They put him to death by hanging him on a tree. This man God raised on the third day and granted that he be visible, not to all the people, but to us, the witnesses chosen by God ... discuss

Something strange is happening -- there is a silence on earth today, a great silence and stillness. The whole earth keeps silence because the King is asleep. The earth trembled and is still because Go ... discuss

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Russell Kirk (via Wikimedia).That the Republican Party must reform or become irrelevant is increasingly obvious to most people. The hardest fact to deal with is that the voter base has shifted leftwar ... discuss

It was on a good Friday,     and all in the morning,They crucified our Savior,     and our heavenly King.And was not this     a woeful thing ... discuss

Sitting here in front of the tabernacle I am reminded of how I used to feel when I was consecrated to the Lord.  Three times I took temporary vows and on those days I felt so beloved and protecte ... discuss

This week in America Priests for Life joined thirty-six other plaintiffs in a fight for religious freedom before the United States Supreme Court. Our battle includes the struggle for the unborn. The w ... discuss

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It was on a     maundy Thursday,         and all in the morning,They planted     a crown of thorns    &nb ... discuss

KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. (AP) — Novak Djokovic met with former women's tennis greats Billie Jean King and Chris Evert on Wednesday to hear their thoughts about equal prize money, and backpedaled on his co ... discuss

It was on a Holy Wednesday,     and all in the morningWhen Judas betrayed     our dear heavenly King.And was not this     a woeful thing,And ... discuss

Yesterday, I was contacted and interviewed by phone by Rob Capriccioso who wrote the article, Online Quicksand. His emphasis is on blogs in the way that people used to discuss the telegraph--as someth ... discuss

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — The "Festival of the Lion King Show" at Walt Disney World has resumed, a day after 1,000 people were evacuated to safety after a small fire broke out. ... discuss

NEW YORK (AP) — The best-selling multi-artist album series "Now That's What I Call Music!" will release its first all-Broadway CD, including hits from "Cats," ''Chicago," ''A Chorus Line," ''The Lio ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - Tony Funderburk - The Truth in Words And Music Why would anyone say something like ~ I Am Nothing Am I not important? Does my life mean nothing? Do I serve no useful purpose in this ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - Tony Funderburk - The Truth in Words And Music My testimony is not a story of perfection…unless you see past me. Whether I can say I’ve done something worthy of your boas ... discuss

The latest edition of "When Swing Was King" made its debut at Heritage Point this afternoon and we're delighted to report it was another smash hit. Great music. Great photos. An interesting and fun co ... discuss

Attention culture warriors. Here are a few not-to-be-missed articles from recent days.* “Heavenly Mindedness” (Randy Alcorn, EPM)* “Meet Donald Trump: The King of Sleaze” (Rebecca Hagelin, Tow ... discuss

TweetBy Gerrit Van DorlandIf there is anything that can fortify the pro-life movement, it’s unity. This enduring battle we are waging against the claws of death has been ongoing for decades now, and ... discuss

  Many Americans have romantic ideas about revolutions. We cheer the overthrow of bad regimes by violent force to bring change in other parts of the globe. In recent years, revolutions that Ameri ... discuss

9]> < ![endif]--> 0;">The city of Jerusalem is the highlight of any pilgrimage to the Holy Land. It is not just a city that has some 4,000 years of history, making it one of the oldest cities on ea ... discuss

TransfigurationLuke 9:28-36“Going Out in a Blaze of Glory”“Going out in a blaze of glory”. What do you think of when you hear that phrase? A race car driver, crashing his car on the final lap? ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - Tony Funderburk - The Truth in Words And Music This past week I shared thoughts, ideas, and truth about roses, lyrics, and love…optimism, pessimism, and realism…a very sp ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - Tony Funderburk - The Truth in Words And Music How much do you love the things in the world? A nice home. A decent car and clothes. Furniture. Dishes. A TV. A computer. A smartphone. ... discuss

Every election year, we hear about the "evangelical vote." Political commentators talk about the "religious right wing voting bloc." This election year is no different. I'm paying more attention ... discuss

Among the excellent articles of the last few days are these:* “Why I’m Endorsing Ted Cruz For President” (John Hawkins, Town Hall)* “Pay No Attention to What Planned Parenthood Is Doing Behind ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - Tony Funderburk - The Truth in Words And Music Two Singer Songwriters Sing – King Of Hearts Same last name…same initials…same song title. Neither one knew about th ... discuss

Courtesy of Roamin' Catholics. As the mother of a young lady of 13 who has Down syndrome, I am accustomed to seeing how God's ways are far above our ways. Many times we have stood in awe at what Our L ... discuss

This sanctity of life video employs a powerful message delivered by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in his stand against the Vietnam war. Dr. King was adamantly against abortion and denounced it as a form ... discuss

First of all, no one's forcing anyone to do or not do anything: Humans have free will. The pro-life movement is trying to make legal abortion less available, sure, but we're also trying to make cultur ... discuss

By Michael JohnsIn the early 1980s, as my interest in politics and my now three-decade alignment with American conservatism first began, I distinctly remember one of that time’s prominent publi ... discuss

Martin Luther King Jr. is one of those rare historic figures who is so broadly revered that almost everyone wants to claim him as their own. For decades, those opposed to abortion have leaned heavily ... discuss

Martin Luther King Jr. is one of those rare historic figures who is so broadly revered that almost everyone wants to claim him as their own. For decades, those opposed to abortion have leaned heavily ... discuss

As we celebrate Martin Luther King’s birthday, I am reminded of the importance of people of faith exercising their civic dutyvto ensure equal rights for everyone in America. Those today who misconst ... discuss

REPOST from January 12, 2012: For many, yesterday was the start of a 3-day weekend to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr, the leader of the Civil Rights movement, and those who stood against racial seg ... discuss

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Tony Funderburk - Tony Funderburk - The Truth in Words And Music Even Hollywood knows about the Lord is my shepherd Bible verse If you’re a Christian, I’m sure you’re familiar with P ... discuss

The following conversation occurred between an abolitionist and someone who objected to the work he was doing outside a child sacrifice center. I asked, "And what would Jesus have done if He were pass ... 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

A painting of US President Barack Obama as the Prince from the Playstation Katamari Damacy game, collecting all of the guns of the world on his Katamari ball as his father The King Of All Cosmos looks ... discuss

A friend of mine, Beth Zimmerman, asked me a couple of years ago to write for her on a group blog that was sharing the about the heroes of the Christian faith and seeking to help people learn about e ... discuss

Question: "In 1 Corinthians 11:10, when St Paul talks about women wearing head coverings "because of the angels," what does he mean by that? I have my ideas but I don't wanna trust my ideas." We ... discuss

VIDEO: A 2008 performance of "March of the Kings" ("Marche Des Rois") by Nowell Sing We Clear (Tony Barrand, Fred Breunig, Andy Davis and John Roberts) at Latchis Theater, Brattleboro, Vermont.+  ... discuss

When I was growing up back in Ohio, the village of Milford had their own way of disposing of old Christmas trees. They would be collected and taken to some field at the edge of town, stacked in a big ... discuss

SermonChristmas 2Luke 2:40-52“In My Father's House”Oh how precious little we know about our Lord Jesus Christ's early years.  We have a somewhat detailed story of his nativity.  We know ... discuss

1 Samuel 16:1-13 David is anointed as kingPhilippians 2:1-11 “Every knee shall bow”Matthew 2:1-12 “Where is he that is born king?”So far in this Advent Season we've seen Christ as our prophet ... discuss

Christmas was on its way. Lovely, glorious, beautiful Christmas, upon which the entire kid year revolvedI really do love "A Christmas Story", about Ralphie, his love of Christmas and his earnest and d ... discuss

Merry Christmas, everyone! It’s been a quiet season here at Heavenly Springs, but I’m still here!  No worries. It’s all good.  Just the seasons of life.  Still, I couldn’t l ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - Tony Funderburk - THE Truth in Words And Music You can’t mend a broken heart with broken tools. Back in the early 70’s the Bee Gees had a hit song called “How Can Y ... discuss

This morning, as I walked the dog, I was thinking about Luke's advent story. An angel appears to shepherds. That right there is a big deal. The angel is God's messenger from heaven and these guys are ... 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

I like John the Baptist. He was an outlier and his job was to comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable. He did it zealously and successfully. He dressed like a bum and was a freegan, eating b ... discuss

Christ our ProphetMicah 5:1-5a “You, oh, Bethlehem”2 Peter 1:16-21 “The prophetic word more fully confirmed”Luke 13:31-35 “Oh Jerusalem, you who kill the prophets”This Advent Season we med ... discuss

I pray in front of two abortion clinics (both located in the same building) in downtown Brooklyn every week.  I see the young women entering that building.  I am always amazed that 90% to 95 ... discuss

by Jane St. Clair osemite with its waterfalls and mountains and trees is the place where you stop wanting or needing anything more. It’s where you’re meant to be. When you’re in Yos ... discuss

Ryan Habbena is back this month, and we’re talking about Israel. There’s a wide spectrum of views on just who, or what, Israel is. Is it a people group, a geographic location, both? Who are we to ... discuss

My goal last year was to read 60 books, and I surpassed that.  So, this year my goal is 65.There were some great movies at the end of last year, based on amazing books.  American Sniper and ... discuss

In his article, “Why Traditional Theism Cannot Provide an Adequate Foundation for Morality”, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong argued that a “Divine command theory makes morality childish.”[1] In my r ... discuss

"Yes, I am a fundamentalist," says Cardinal BurkeSourceAs I recently blogged [HERE], one of the topics covered by Pope Francis in his speech before the Joint Session of Congress was the the dangers of ... 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 purpose of a man's heart is like deep water, but a man of understanding will draw it out. Many a man proclaims his own steadfast love, but a faithful man who can find?...The king's heart is a str ... discuss

Cover of New York PostI recently received a comment from a Catholic who asked that I list some positive accomplishments of Pope Francis. It's kind of a surprising request as the majority of Catholics ... 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

Quick trivia question: Who won Nobel Peace Prize in 2009? The answer; newly-elected President Barack Obama. And the obvious follow-up question is, why? To his credit, he wasn’t sure why either. The ... discuss

Not everyone can make our weekly meetings on Thursdays from 4:30-6pm. This series of posts will share some highlights from our weekly seminar discussions. It’s important to set the context befor ... discuss

Gavin Ortlund posts a great interview today over at The Gospel Coalition. He interviews Graeme Goldsworthy on how the preacher should use biblical theology when preaching in the Old Testament. I enco ... 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

DISCLAIMER:  I write this as if I assume that the campaign of Gog of Magog could begin any day now, which I believe it could, but I am making no claims as to the validity of these ideas.  Th ... discuss

This, I’m sure, will be a pretty controversial piece.  As always, the intent of this author is not to be controversial , but where conviction on a matter of biblical truth strikes, I am compell ... discuss

Photo credit: Giampiero Sposito/Reuters.Welcome to another edition of What Did the Pope Really Say? Today’s confusion is over Pope Francis’ recent letter to the President of the Pontifical Council ... discuss

Many have left his message behind, and march for totally different reasons.Join me on the Air every Sunday @ 3:00pm-5:00pm PDT on KMYC AM 1410, as well as streamed live @ www.kmycradio.com.& ... discuss

Planned Parenthood and Baby Parts: How Did We Get Here?Posted on Sep 02, 2015 by Brian Fisher at: http://onlineforlife.org/blog/planned-parenthood-and-body-parts-how-did-we-get-here/ There i ... discuss

If you insist on putting on the mantle of public defender of Planned Parenthood then perhaps you will take a little advice about two silly things not to say while framing your arguments.1. Charge that ... discuss

I have more thoughts from our morning sessions at the Pappas Patristic Institute that I wanted to write down concerning the Fathers' hermeneutics or interpretation of Scripture. One of the key passage ... discuss

Has the patristic era lost its relevance for modern hermeneutics (i.e., interpretation) or exegesis? Not only do they have much to teach our age, but I hold that they are indispensable guides to the d ... discuss

Forty six years ago this morning, Apollo 11 lifted off on the voyage to land the first men on the Moon. Here's a replay of what it looked like on TV from ~6 min before 'til ~4 min after launch. (The v ... discuss

Someone referenced the following news article, Bill Cosby’s wife says accusers ‘consented’ to drugs and sex, saying that her stance is an example of unconditional love. This is not unconditional ... discuss

John Jay Hooker is a familiar name in the state of Tennessee. Until recently he had been described in a tongue and cheek manner as a political gadfly and perennial candidate.   A gifted orat ... discuss

I am finally back on the blog!  I have been so busy the past two years working hard to build content over at Catholic Sistas's Homeschooling Series that I had abandoned this blog.  Sorry abo ... discuss

If you are looking for a great read this summer, you should check out Oswald by Edoardo Albert. This is the second book in “The Northumbrian Thrones” series. The books follow the rise and ... discuss

I LOVE Saint Thomas More. For many reasons, chiefly among them? He cracks me up. Do you know that, prior to being beheaded for treason, he carefully moved his beard from the block, gravely (but I'll b ... discuss

Before we get too far along in digesting what happened in Charleston, SC last night I want to take the time to remind my fellow Christians, and the rest of the world of a few things. We are reminded i ... discuss

Okay, so right off the bat let me explain that I don't receive the Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Jesus Christ in my hand. But this isn't at all an argument about that. There are many, many people ... discuss

There's a lot of fun and interesting movie music out there, and we've collected some on iTunes over the years. Recently, I put a bunch more together for an upcoming road trip and thought it might be f ... discuss

Easter Proclamation Rejoice, heavenly powers! Sing, choirs of angels!Exult, all creation around God's throne!Jesus Christ, our King is risen!Sound the trumpet of salvation!Rejoice, O earth, in sh ... discuss

I will deliver them out of the hand of death. I will redeem them from death: O death, I will be thy death; O hell, I will be thy bite... Osee (Hosea) 13:14 (Douay-Rheims translation)Because Chris ... discuss

 Michelangelo's PietáToday is the 24th Sunday in ordinary time, but it also is September 15, the day liturgically reserved for the memorial of Our Lady of Sorrows. While miss the reading cycle f ... discuss

I thought I would publish some of my notes. Since 2011, I have been teaching Biblical Greek at JP Catholic University. One of the things that always surprised the students was how quickly they could r ... discuss

“The next day the great crowd that had come to the festival heard that Jesus was coming to Jerusalem. So they took branches of palm trees and went out to meet him, shouting, ‘Hosanna! Blessed is t ... discuss

Singing "The Lord's My Shepherd" with some of the munchkins, circa 2005.Somehow I recently realized that I've never really done a lot of blogging about music, which has always been a big part of our f ... discuss

Jerusalem’s King, a production of the Mount Moriah Foundation, Signet Ring Ministries, and Echo Zoe Ministries, is set to be released next month. ... discuss

In light of this week's horrific story out of Longmont, Colorado, "The mother-to-be who allegedly had her unborn baby ripped from her by a woman she had just met on Craiglist told nurses as she arrive ... 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




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