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Last week we entered the 42nd year of legalized abortion in the United States and I think back to the day I came up close and personal with abortion. The day I saw abortion victims first hand! I have ... discuss

One of the great humanitarian achievements of the Right to Life movement was the exposé of partial-birth abortion by National Right to Life. Our massive public education campaigns and our innovative ... discuss

National Right to Life President Carol TobiasOne of the great humanitarian achievements of the Right to Life movement was the exposé of partial-birth abortion by National Right to Life. Our massive p ... discuss

On Jan. 31, we celebrate the feast of St. John Bosco or “Don Bosco,” a 19th century Italian priest who worked to improve the education, vocational opportunities, and faith of youth during the indu ... discuss

Legislators in North Carolina did the right thing in July 2013 when they voted to raise the quality standards for abortion clinics in the state. The hand-wringing response from the abortion industry w ... discuss

1.99 Miss Buncle’s Book Miss Buncle Married 1.99 Fermented Vegetables: Creative Recipes for Fermenting 64 Vegetables & Herbs in Krauts, Kimchis, Brined Pickles, Chutneys, Relishes & Pastes Ferm ... discuss

by Alan Caruba, Contributing Author: I made a promise to myself that I would not write about President Obama’s State of the Union speech because that would require me to watch him deliver it. Like m ... discuss

By: Alan Caruba Warning Signs I made a promise to myself that I would not write about President Obama’s State of the Union speech because that would require me to watch him deliver it. Like many oth ... discuss

Wednesday of the Third Week in Ordinary(Click here for readings)By BENEDICT AUGUSTINE“’And some seed fell on rich soil and produced fruit.It came up and grew and yielded thirty, sixty, and ... discuss

Every year the media ignore the thousands who gather on the National Mall to celebrate life – in 2015, an estimated 200,000 gathered and ABC and NBC refused to acknowledge the March for Life. W ... discuss

In his excellent book Civilization and Ethics, a penetrating analysis of the various religions and philosophies of the world, Schweitzer says this: “In contrast to these monistic-pantheistic world-v ... discuss

This is mildly surprising. One of the things I’ve always tried to do at the Dish is to be up-front with readers. This sometimes means grotesque over-sharing; sometimes it means I write imprudent arg ... discuss

I don't know if you guys have noticed that I've stopped using many GIF memes (especially Disney related; which I loved). I was once nominated for a Catholic blog award for best memes because they were ... discuss

DISCLAIMER:  I am in no way questioning the validity of the Second Coming of Christ.  Jesus is returning to Earth to set up His eternal kingdom.  I am just debating the timeline and det ... discuss

In an interview with Watchman Broadcasting Television network in Augusta, Georgia, international Christian broadcaster and journalist Earl Cox said, “Israel’s Prime Minister is correct to stan ... discuss

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We're down to five essays to go in our series, as we continue to move through Alexander Hamilton's writings on the judiciary. In our latest essay, we write about the use and abuse of the 14th Amendm ... discuss

From Medieval Saints on Yahoo and the Experience ProjectThomas, son of the count of Aquino, (b. 1225-d. 1274) was first trained at the Benedictine abbey of Montecassino, and here, even in ch ... discuss

(Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images on Forbes.com)by Jonathan Ingram and Josh Archambault, Forbes.com: . . . Governor Asa Hutchinson (R-Arkansas) announced his position on the state’s Obamacare Med ... discuss

Pope Reportedly Meets with Spanish TransexualWe are a people of truth. Jesus called Himself the "truth." So how should a Catholic respond to reports about men who "become" women and women who "become" ... discuss

Today a middle-aged couple dropped off a newborn baby at a Colorado Fire Station. According to the Lakewood Police, the couple told firefighters that a woman at Walmart approached them and said she di ... discuss

A group of Wisconsin law makers is calling for an investigation into family planning centers and Planned Parenthood centers in the state. The request was sent by 28 Wisconsin State Representatives and ... discuss

Today in Washington, D.C. - Jan. 27, 2015:The Senate reconvened at 11 AM today and resumed consideration of S.1, the bill to authorize construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. Votes on amendments to ... discuss

"MsoNormal" style="mso-layout-grid-align: none; mso-pagination: none; text-autospace: none;">Rachel Thaysil Mathew EappenMay 8, 1924-Jan 29, 2014 Christian, Physician, wife , mother, grandmother ... discuss

  Random thoughts as we age … The biggest lie I tell myself is …”I don’t need to write that down, I’ll remember it.” Wouldn’t it be great if we could put ourselves in the dryer for ten ... discuss

Thanks Jim Stephanie Courtney, the actress who plays “Flo,” gets $500,000 per year. In case you didn’t know….. The “Harley Owners Group”, the biggest motorcycle cl ... discuss

In recent days I have been amazed and sickened by some of the vicious comments I have heard directed at Chris Kyle, the soldier portrayed in the new movie American Sniper, and I felt I could help peop ... discuss

As you all most likely know, I have been slacking quite a bit around here these days. Since the 2012 election, I just felt like I was spinning my wheels and talking to myself. Since that time, this bl ... discuss

Our smartphones have become Swiss army knife–like appliances that include a dictionary, calculator, web browser, email, Game Boy, appointment calendar, voice recorder, guitar tuner, weather forecast ... discuss

2014 Pastoral Visit of Pope Francis to Korea by Republic of Korea on Flickr lincsed under cc 2.0Last week, the Pope had a little press conference on the plane coming back from the Phillipine ... discuss

I enjoy reading the Savage books. He has written a bunch. It is a bit more concise than listening to his radio broadcasts. He writes about the coming civil war and how it can be avoided by voting for ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - Tony Funderburk - Sowing Christian Joy with Rhyme and Reason Certain groups of atheists have decided they need their own “gathering day” to celebrate and be with “ ... discuss

(ca. 69- ca. 155) was a Christian bishop of Smyrna (now İzmir in Turkey) in the second century. He died a martyr when he was stabbed and burnt at the stake. Polycarp is recognized as a saint in most ... discuss

I stumbled across this online while looking up something else. It’s from Henry Fielding’s  History of Tom Jones, a Foundling: “To prevent therefore, for the future, such intemperate ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - Tony Funderburk - Sowing Christian Joy with Rhyme and Reason If you’ve been alive a couple of decades or more, I’m sure you’ve heard the description Disneyland has ... discuss

For 11 years, I have refused to write anywhere online but KTracy.com.  As of next month, that’s going to change.  I am teaming up with two former KTracy.com contributors, Travis Gearhart and S ... discuss

St. Francis de Sales (1567-1622), a theologian and the patron saint of writers has long been my mentor and model, and one of my most powerful intercessors. As a theologian and a writer, I look to him ... discuss

Friday if the Second Week in Ordinary Time(Click here for readings)By GABY HUNDZABut in fact the ministry Jesus has received is as superior to theirs as the covenant of which he is mediator is superio ... discuss

Americans by the millions are still tuning in to watch Downton Abbey — now in its fifth season — eager to enjoy the continuation of the saga of the Earl and Countess of Grantham and thei ... discuss

I've gotten some questions regarding the Will and Series. Mostly "is Will based on *insert guy's name*?" or "Was *insert chapter* hard to write?" So, for Valentine's Day, I've decided to answer as man ... discuss

Today, on the day of the 42nd March for Life, the Republican party choked, and pulled out of a vote on the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. This bill would ban abortions of children after 20 ... discuss

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The over 56 million abortions since the 1973 decisions of Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton reflect with heartbreaking magnitude what Pope Francis means by a “throwaway culture.” However, we have grea ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - Tony Funderburk - Sowing Christian Joy with Rhyme and Reason I’d like to put the first part of a sentence “out there”, and I’d like you to consider how you ... discuss

We often write about how legalized abortion has produced a culture of death that sometimes results in infanticide. Here is a terrible case of of Indiana that exemplifies that. Warning,some details of ... discuss

Awhile back, Atticus (okay, okay -- it's Tom) and I were asked to write a foreword for a new book that has just been published by Our Sunday Visitor: Catholic and Married: Leaning Into Love. We w ... discuss

Now let's bring this discussion to what the archbishop said "extraordinary situation"If that is the intent, why not just pass the ciborium and have the people get It themselves?Wasn't that how thing ... discuss

Stephanie Courtney, the actress who plays “Flo,” gets $500,000 per year. In case you didn’t know….. The “Harley Owners Group”, the biggest motorcycle club in Ame ... discuss

Today, in Holt v. Hobbs, the Supreme Court issued a unanimous opinion (authored by Justice Alito) holding that the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (“RLIUPA”) provided ... discuss

Filipinos at Pope Francis’ Mass in Manila, Jan. 18.(Photo: AFP/Ted Aljibe.)You would think that a writer billed as a “spirituality columnist” for a website that professes to cover “all things ... discuss

This is a slightly revised and updated article I first wrote and posted in 2004 at this time.March for Life 2010 ascending Capitol Hill on the way to the Supreme CourtThursday, January 22, will mark t ... discuss

 An Issue of the Heart By Joleigh Little, Wisconsin Right to Life Teen Director and Region Coordinator Editor’s note. The following sto ... discuss

 “I am Pro-Life Because….” By Dave Andrusko With the 42nd anniversary of Roe v. Wade just three days away, I am once again asking o ... discuss

I didn’t actually intend to review this book. It showed up at my door and a brief glance turned into a quick skim turned into a full read turned into a review. As a committed reader always l ... discuss

Martin Luther King Jr. Day brings an annual reminder of the critical importance of the principle that "all men are created equal" and the effort necessary to actualize it. Thursday's anniversary of Ro ... discuss

Anne-with-an-e and I were talking about Downton and she said, "Y'know, if we came up with a Downton Abbey workout game, we'd be in shape in no time. For example, 'Mary is mean to Edith: Five jumping j ... discuss

Sorry for not writing for over a week but I've been busy and/or sick (stress-induced physical symptoms like extreme fatigue). But I'm here to tell you why I'm changing my blogging style a little bit.. ... discuss

  Abortionist with history of rulebreaking complains about clinic rules  Sarah Terzo In an article in The Washington Post, Arizona abortionist Gabrielle G ... discuss

Have you ever compared the front and back of a tapestry? The front of a tapestry is art. In the hands of a skilled weaver it displays incredible artistry and fine detail. The world’s best ar ... discuss

In light of this week's March for Life in Washington D.C. I give you the following joke:Last Saturday afternoon, in Washington, D.C., an aide to Nancy Pelosi visited the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese ... discuss

  State Department has commissioned James Taylor to write a protest song.   Via GF Trib Federal agencies have been given a Feb. 2 deadline to provide advice on whether to move forward with ... discuss

America:  The National Catholic Review, January 19-26, 2015 Issue, by Serrin M. Foster Recovering the pro-life roots of the women’s movementON THE MOVE. A suffrage parade, New York City, M ... discuss

UPDATE, 7/19/13: See my latest post for the Catholic News Agency story and the photo from the Project Dawn Court graduation.Original post follows:I haven't forgotten my promise to write about the beau ... discuss

Charlotte Mason was inspired by this fresco of the Seven Liberal Arts This book is not free, it’s 8.99 for the Kindle, but you should read it.=) Consider This: Charlotte Mason and the Classical ... discuss

Books are free or at their reduced ‘daily deal’ price at the time I copied and pasted the links here.  This can change without notice.  Please carefully check the price before adding to ... discuss

The Old Testament in Eastern Orthodox Tradition, by Fr. Eugen J. Pentiuc.One thing that comes across in this book is Fr. Eugen's love of Scripture. In his introduction, he speaks about how when he was ... discuss

 Pope Francis told families in the Philippines Friday that they should take time to rest and to pray together and to be examples of holiness.  On the second day of his five day trip to the A ... discuss

by Kelli From Silent No More comes a new campaign that seeks to raise awareness of how abortion affects not only women and children, but fathers, grandparents, siblings, friends, and society in genera ... discuss

It’s been over a week now, and certain people still haven’t gotten over the spanking Maureen Mullarkey received for her rather slanderous attack on Pope Francis. And a spanking it was; R. R. Reno, ... discuss

The former Hemlock Society, now called “Compassion & Choices” (C&C), thinks it scored a major coup with the publicized death of young brain cancer patient Brittany Maynard. The organization has di ... discuss

    Yes, we love free books. We hope you do, too.   Books are free at the time I found the links and pasted them here. This changes sometimes, so be sure to note the price before you a ... discuss

NOTE FROM BRETT: Many of you could relate to the first installment of Daniella’s story. She got excited about doing hard things, she tried to start a project, and it went nowhere. Instead of g ... discuss

I’m feeling a little churlish about this, but I don’t see what this kid did that was so extraordinary.  Kid was in jail being booked for various crimes.  The officer with him collapsed o ... discuss

Aboard the papal plane, Jan 15, 2015 / 05:06 am (CNA/EWTN News).- During an in-flight press conference on his way to the Philippines, Pope Francis said he plans to have his much-anticipated encyclical ... discuss

Today in Washington, D.C. - Jan. 14, 2015:The House convened at 9 AM.The House immediately took up and passed at 12:05 PM, after approving amendments as detailed below, H.R. 240 (236 - 191) — "Makin ... discuss

I had the blessing of being one of the contributors of the book, New Life Within  ... discuss

Before Simon’s arrival my husband, Scott, and I lost six children through miscarriage. With each loss the sting of pain was greater. After we lost our daughter Faith in September 2008, we rid our ho ... discuss

 House to vote on Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act January 22 By Dave Andrusko With the 42nd anniversary of Roe just nine days a ... discuss

One of my favorite passages from the diary of St Faustina, \"Divine Mercy in My Soul\", is one that saw me through many days of my own healing and great reminder of the mercy and love God has for eac ... discuss

There is much on the line in the upcoming Supreme Court term, including the possibility of rulings that would nationalize gay marriage and overturn a key provision of Obamacare. For three-quarters of ... discuss

Women’s wombs are inflated with bicycle pumps. Some are paid as little as 600 rupees – about $10 –  to be sterilized. Some see – and feel – doctors pull shreds of their organs from thei ... discuss

An old woman grabs me by the hands. She’s a pastor’s wife, passing through our church for a Sunday, stationed herself in the very back of the sanctuary for the whole of the service and shanghaied ... discuss

The Bible is a long and at-times complicated book centered upon a short and simple truth: Jesus Christ died to save sinners. The Bible tells the great narrative that is unfolding in this world ... discuss

Change of plans. I was going to write about Mr Yannaras next essay. But on reflection I ended my remarks on his essay prematurely last night. What were some of the points he made (discussion below the ... discuss

One of the effects of the Protestant Reformation was the restoration of the institution of marriage. Luther and the Reformers boldly challenged the church’s unbiblical teaching regarding clerical ce ... discuss

Lamb of God Lutheran ChurchPleasant Prarie, WIJanuary 11th, 2014The Baptism of Our LordMatthew 3:13-17I really have two topics for you today, first on the occasion of my visit, this missionary has som ... discuss

Wow, pro-aborts really, really want the baby to die “We’re pro-choice, not pro-abortion,” abortion defenders endlessly insist. They assure us that a dead baby is not the objective ... discuss

How my child with Down syndrome “Opened my eyes to unconditional love”   By Dave Andrusko Robert Fulghum is best known for his humongous best ... discuss

Today is the feast of St. Marguerite Bourgeoys, the founder of the Sisters of the Congregation of Notre Dame, who were my teachers in both elementary and high school. I remember viewing a film on her ... discuss

Barely five days after The New York Times ran a major news article on the firing of Atlanta’s fire chief for his views on homosexuality, a major Times opinion writer declared that religious libe ... discuss

We asked our readers on Christmas Day to pray for persecuted Christians worldwide. We'd like to ask all now to pray for all persecuted because of their choice of religion or choice to not have one or ... discuss

was a Presbyterian missionary, responsible for spreading Christianity in Nigeria and ending many horrific practices among several tribes including infanticide and human sacrifice.Born in Scotland in 1 ... discuss

On December 11th, Robert Nordlander, a household name to anyone who habitually read the opinion pages in the Appleton Post-Crescent, passed away after a lingering illness. was also once a columnist in ... discuss

Little Tora, The Swedish Schoolmistress and Other Stories The Paying Guest Excerpt: It was Mumford who saw the advertisement and made the suggestion. His wife gave him a startled look. ‘But—y ... 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

This article was published on the National Review Online on January 9, 2015.BWesley Smithy Wesley SmithI am often asked for interviews by students who are writing papers about the assisted suicide iss ... discuss

The following is the transcript of a talk given to the Maryland Center-Right Coalition on January 8, 2015 Many of the people in this room are long-time political activists. I admire your dedication t ... discuss

When Winter Comes to Main Street published in 1922. Here is the author’s preface: I have borrowed my title from two remarkable novels. If Winter Comes, by A. S. M. Hutchinson, was published in ... discuss

Brothers and Sisters: Peace be with you.I've learned the following news from the Aleteia Catholic news portal:Yesterday a rally took place outside the Canadian Embassy in Warsaw, Poland to protest t ... discuss

Obama Criticizes Potential BenefitsOf Keystone XL Pipelineby Sean Hackbarth, Contributing Author: On the first day of taking control of the U.S. Senate, Republicans ran into some trouble:Democrats ... discuss

Vatican City, Jan 8, 2015 / 11:43 am (CNA/EWTN News).- French imams visiting the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue released Thursday a joint communique condemning the attack on Charlie He ... discuss

n the Winter of My Discontent The bitterness of winter has nestled in. It has filled the crevices of my soul in such a way as to render barrenness the only hope and future. Cold emptiness drifts acro ... discuss

Here’s a new-to-me author, George Washington Cable. He was born into a slave-holding family before the American Civil War. He fought for the Confederate Army during that war, believing that the ... discuss

This is an edited transcript of The Briefing podcast from early Thursday morning, January 8, 2015. The war on terror took on a savage new face yesterday when two gunmen entered the headquarters of a ... discuss

At a press conference held on Tuesday this week, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed fired Atlanta Fire Rescue Department Chief Kelvin Cochran. How did we get here? One year ago, Chief Cochran wrote a book discu ... discuss

There were hundreds and hundreds of new Kindle deals yesterday—I don’t why there are so many this week! I sorted through them and found some that are noteworthy: Death by Living by ... discuss

The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network has compiled their list for the “Winners and Losers” in bioethics for 2014. Winners include: Kathleen Sloan, board member for the National Orga ... discuss

In Federalist 78, Alexander Hamilton famously claimed that the judiciary would be the "least dangerous" branch of the federal government.  In our latest essay, we consider how Progressivism ha ... discuss

TweetBy Devorah GilmanDear Pre-born child,Today I received something in the mail. It was an item of death and darkness. It was a pair of forceps. These forceps had been created for a very specific pur ... discuss

Good for Bishop Tobin. I can’t stand pro-abortion politicians using the presence of bishops as an imprimatur for their pro-death politics. Roman Catholic Bishop Thomas J. Tobin said Monday he re ... discuss

January 7 is the optional memorial of St. Raymond of Peñafort, the third Master-General (Superior) of the Dominican Order. A contemporary of Saint Thomas Aquinas, he inspired the theologian to write ... discuss

It started off like any normal day. I got up. I received a call that my godson's surgery went well. I prayed the Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary while cooking breakfast. I ate. I ran errands. ... discuss

I know most people finished with Christmas on December 26th, but because of the hectic pace of my day job and because I put together the holiday services at my church, I've made a conscious decision t ... discuss

Let me tell you: It’s not easy being filthy rich. You would know, wouldn’t you? Most of us feel like we live in poverty, but that’s only because we restrict our comparis ... discuss

The Right Knock A Story I came across this title in The Kindergarten-primary Magazine, Volume 4 (1891 or ’2). They were recommending another book, by the same author: “It Is Possible, b ... discuss

Brethren, Peace and Good to all of you.I wanted to report how this blog did during 2014, for your information. According to Google Analytics, Vivificat received 82,095 pageviews of which 71,005 were u ... discuss

An exhibit in Brooklyn, New York features the work of an artist who was once called “profoundly retarded” but whose work is now considered “genius.” Judith Scott was born in 1944, a member of ... discuss

Shrewsbury, England, Jan 5, 2015 / 01:28 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Bishop Mark Davies of Shrewsbury has responded to Pope Francis' call for renewed commitment to the “Gospel of the Family” by r ... discuss

Writing is easy. Writing consistently, and writing well is hard. ... discuss

San Diego, Calif., Jan 4, 2015 / 08:15 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Maura Byrne was terrified to go to therapy for the first time. She knew something was wrong, and she knew she needed help. But she didnR ... discuss

A smart way to look forward is to look back first. After all, they say that you are doomed to repeat history if you don’t study it. I always like to start my year off with reflection. This year ... discuss

Happy New Year, everyone! I took a little break from blogging to enjoy some much needed time off... and to take care of my poor mama who ended up getting a 24-hour stomach bug yesterday. Everyone is w ... discuss

This is the nativity set that I had growing up as a little girl. Considering it survived me and my sister and then my six children, it is in remarkably good shape! Izzy and Rosie have a lot of fun eve ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - Rhyme and Reason for Faith Family and Fun Did you know you could receive open rewards for secret deeds? It’s a principle found in the teachings of Jesus. Uh-oh…there he g ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - Rhyme and Reason for Faith Family and Fun I’m not nothing. In fact, I am something. Not because of how particularly special I am just by being me…but because I love. Yep, ... discuss

What else could I post on this Friday before the Epiphany?Journey of the Magiby T.S. Eliot 'A cold coming we had of it,Just the worst time of the yearFor a journey,....It's an astounding poem. If ... discuss

An objection to abolition that is becoming slightly more common as the realisation grows that the usual pro-abortion arguments don't hold any water is derived from the so-called "test for adultery" in ... discuss

The title of this post, as you see, is ‘Academic Goals When Studying Shakespeare….” The ellipses are there for a reason. The rest of that sentence is ‘have I none.’ There ... discuss

There maybe new hope for the millions of patients worldwide that suffer from multiple sclerosis, better known as MS. MS is a debilitating and progressive disease where a patient’s own immune sys ... discuss

This article is written by William Peace and published on his Bad Cripple blog on December 30, 2014.Dr William PeaceBill Peace with studentsI find the notion that one has the right to die impossible t ... discuss

What beauty have we missed? By Mark Leach An exhibit in Brooklyn, New York features the work of an artist who was once called “profoundly retarded” but whose work is now ... discuss

The year nears its end. Goodbye 2014.I didn't accomplish many of the things I thought I would. But I still have a job. I still have a wife. I did write and publish some poems. I did continue to play m ... discuss

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Thank you all for your votes. I had a couple of "write-in" votes for St. Joseph and St. Drogo as well as some tweet votes since some of you couldn't access the poll widget. After tallying them all up, ... discuss

UPDATE, 8/9/13: The story is online and it is wonderful! Deo gratias! Will write more later.Original post follows:I've been told that the online edition of the New York Times Magazine is set to publis ... discuss

Looking for my upcoming speaking appearances? Click here!/>I would like to extend my deepest thanks to the anonymous angel or angels who answered the request I made in my "Life in Eden" update to help ... discuss

One day in August 2012, an e-mail popped into my inbox from Father Josef (Joe) Hegglin, M.S.C., a Swiss German Missionary of the Sacred Heart working in Nitra, Slovakia. He wrote:During the last 9 yea ... discuss

Today I was delighted to receive in the mail 25 copies of the Spanish-language version of my book My Peace I Give You: Healing Sexual Wounds with the Help of the Saints. I had ordered the copies of Mi ... discuss

I am thrilled to be joining the new Get Religion, which just announced that it will be rebooting and returning to independent status.When the new Get Religion website launches on Monday, it will inclu ... discuss

A special notice for visitors from ZENIT's Daily Dispatch:Welcome, ZENIT readers! I am the author of My Peace I Give You: Healing Sexual Wounds with the Help of the Saints, which has been recommended ... discuss

So sorry to have been so long without a Dawn Patrol update (though I do post regularly on Twitter)! I have been busy with doctoral studies, as well as preparing for the upcoming publication of the Cat ... discuss

“You’re beginning something pretty important, and it will be forever.”On this day in 1954, actor Denzel Washington, professional wrestler Lanny Poffo, and magazine editor and morning news anchor ... discuss

Newsweek magazine decided to greet the start of 2015 with a massive cover story on the Bible. For decades now, major newsmagazines have tended to feature cover articles timed for Christmas and Easter, ... discuss

son of Zebedee, was one of the twelve apostles of Our Lord. Together with his brother James and with Simon Peter, he formed a kind of inner circle of Three among the Twelve, in that those three were p ... discuss

Yup, it’s that time of year where every blog does “top X posts of 2014,” so without further ado, here are the most visited articles I’ve published this year. I created this lis ... discuss

Your Excellency:It has been reported that a Catholic pediatrician is suing the City of Philadelphia, alleging that she was fired for refusing to write prescriptions for "contraceptives" (cf, Philadel ... discuss

This ChristmasThere is so much I could say. In prior years, I've used this occasion to quickly post some things, about what I was doing. Meanwhile, the blog lies dormant most of the year... But defini ... discuss

Merry Christmas, everyone! Remember what we're celebrating today -- the hope, the love, and the joy that we've all been blessed with through the incarnation of our Lord Jesus Christ. It's not about wh ... discuss

Wesley J. Smith has written about a case in Argentina in which an orangutan named Sandra has been declared by the court to be a non-human person. This ruling essentially would grant Sandra her fr ... discuss

As Christmas Eve arrives we are reminded of the historic Christian prayer prayed by so many Christians through two millennia of Christian experience and bathed in Christian hope, “Even so Lord, com ... discuss

I suspect we will see lots of good Kindle deals after Christmas. For now, here are a few to consider: When Will My Life Not Suck? by Ramon Presson (bad title, good book) ($2.51); The Great Boo ... discuss

I am grateful to Kathryn Lopez for the opportunity to talk about my Christmas novel, "Bedford Falls," on National Review Online. Sales are already shooting up! As you will see from the interview, I di ... discuss

Families across the Christian world are gathering for Christmas even now, with caravans of cars and planeloads of passengers headed to hearth and home. Christmas comes once again, filled with the joy, ... discuss

I am very pleased to again be a facilitator for the Patron Saint of the Year Devotion.  I have been part of this annual tradition since 2006 and have helped coordinate devotions for hundreds ... discuss

Jason by Justus Miles Forman, about whom Wikipedia has this interesting entry: His only play, The Hyphen, appeared in 1915 but did not receive the success Forman expected. The Hyphen was a topical dra ... discuss

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The final report of last October's family synod at the Vatican is seriously flawed and contains grave omissions which represent a serious danger to our families, to the sanctity of human life, and to ... discuss

http://www.holywoodactingstudio.com/There is a unique acting studio in Hollywood dedicated to developing actors' whole being to bring out their God-given talent in ways that honor God and humanit ... discuss

 (Russian: Иоанн Кронштадтский) (October 19, 1829, Sura, Arkhangelsk–December 20, 1908, Kronstadt) was a Russian Orthodox Christian presbyter and a member of the synod of the ... discuss

I cannot promise that all the titles below are really worthwhile books, but they should all give you something to think about.  They are older books which means the language and the syntax are more ... discuss

I did a BIG List of Lunch Ideas Post a year or so ago – right before we began our journey to live a more “paleo-ish” lifestyle and ditch inflammatory grains and disease-and-obesity- ... discuss

Woody, Sulley, Buzz Lightyear, Bullseye, Lightning McQueen, Angus, Mike Wazowski, U-Command, and my favorite Dr. Evil Porkchop.  Here is a collection of some of the famous and not so famous chara ... discuss

Timed for a Christmas season release, director Ridley Scott’s intended blockbuster, Moses: Gods and Kings hit the big screens this past weekend. On its opening weekend the movie shot to the top ... discuss

“With time I found the courage to admit my opposition to abortion. I believe that it cost me professionally, that I have lost some opportunities to write because of my pro-life paper trail. But ... discuss

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Dick Wilson knows I don’t read the local newspaper so he recently passed along a copy of a column called Annie’s Mailbox. I don’t know what this usually presents (I think it’s an advice column ... discuss

So many moments of our lives pass with almost no sense of significance. The twenty four hours in a day fade into the memory of the seven days of the week, then the thirty-odd days of a month, and then ... discuss

Here's how we know that the unborn (the human embryo or fetus developing in utero) is a living human organism—a member of the species Homo sapiens.We know that the unborn is living because he o ... discuss

The American Catholic Almanac: Daily Reader of Patriots, Saints, Rogues, and Ordinary People Who Changed the United StatesImage Books, NYEmily Stimpson and Brian BurchBack when political correctness w ... discuss

f="http://liveactionnews.org/the-kansas-clinic-that-operated-under-horrific-conditions-planned-parenthood-ignores-complaints/" target="_blank">Safe & Legal The following is a letter, reproduced her in ... discuss

I read an article on LifeNews.com that really touched my heart. It is written by someone whose sister was born still many decades ago.Click HERE to read the beautiful post and then I will share my tho ... discuss

Sometimes all I see is the pain and the questions.The pain of losing Lily and the heaviness of living the rest of my life without my first-born. And the questions of why it happened to me, to my baby. ... discuss

There are a handful of new Kindle deals to tell you about: What Is Reformed Theology? by R.C. Sproul ($2.99); Why Believe the Bible? by John MacArthur ($1.99); The Grand Weaver by Ravi Zachari ... discuss

I have to take a big breath when I hear people say "Why don’t you care about the children that are actually here?"  Or "I don’t want to bring a child into this world." Both of these phrases a ... discuss

I have not had a chance to write about it yet, but have been following closely the situation in the Ukraine. As we awake this morning there are reports that the President, Viktor Yanukovych, has res ... discuss

I was going to write a post about “Feet Washing” and then I realized why I haven’t blogged in a while and what I do want to write about if I start up again. So in that direction, I w ... discuss

Kids marching in line at school. Allow dollars to follow the child. A Texas teacher makes her case for school choice: Texas has increased education spending 95% with a 19% increase in school age popu ... discuss

Identity politics took a central place in the political discourse of our nation during the last presidential election.  It seemed to me that this did more to reinforce racial division in the coun ... discuss

That's the title of Paul Ford's column at the Morning News, in which he describes, in sometimes disturbing detail, the experiences he and his wife have had with artificial reproductive technologies (A ... discuss

I just found this in my old notes. Thought I’d post it because I’ll probably never randomly find it again in all my mess of papers. It is not good or anything, it’s just what I remember writi ... discuss

(First part was written back in 06 about blogging...')http://www.facebook.com/adoptionsupport#!/note.php?note_id=10150095064559212So blogging turned out not to be so weird. Many "birthmoms" are enco ... discuss

We are very fortunate here to see what most birth moms may never see. Many of you may have accomplished this ( I know) but we don't hear about it that often. One of us  "recovered" and gone on to ... discuss

I was alerted this week by a friend concerning a casino that may be built at Menlyn Maine, opposite the Menlyn Park Shopping Centre in the east of Pretoria. Sun International, the gambling mega corpor ... discuss

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Are you feeling pressured to have your holiest, Sacrifice and prayer-filled Lenten Journey this year? Do you ever find that you start out on Ash Wednesday with your ashes on your forehead and so many ... discuss

Have you set goals for your homeschool before you began your journey?  Are you thinking about homeschooling your children but do not really know the reasons why?Here is an easy way to set goals f ... discuss

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

by Diane SteinbachMaking Whole is a bi-monthly art therapy column focused on art to heal. We have talked about Guerrilla art here before. Basically it is the concept of bringing art into the comm ... discuss

Image: dfbThere will be much navel-gazing on the right over the coming months as the analysis of the exit polls begins and a new strategy will be formed, much like what the Democrats did in 2004. And ... discuss

This post was originally published in 2005, and is re-presented here. Happy Thanksgiving!The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) has republished an essay from the 1950s by economist ... discuss

Wow! I looked at my blog today and noticed it has been nearly a month since my last post. My life this past month has been super busy. I've started a new youth ministry year, had family and other work ... discuss

I am in the midst of the formal discernment process for the permanent diaconate in the Diocese of St. Petersburg, Fl. The process here in my diocese consists of 6 bi-weekly meetings to help us men dis ... discuss

I've been meaning to write this post on the next deadly sin for a while....but I've been too lazy to do it. Seriously, I'm lazy. Sloth is probably the deadly sin that I struggle with the most. I like ... discuss

It's been 2 1/2 years since I started this blog. I originally started it as a way to reach out to the teens in my youth group outside of our weekly meetings. With 9,600 visits and 13,500 page views, m ... discuss

Pro-choice or Pro-abortion; is There a Difference? I can imagine that some people will start to write and chastise me for the title of this commentary before they even read what I write. It has ... discuss

They, Too, Are America - A Commentary by Bryan Kemper Langston Hughes wrote a poem entitled, \"I, Too\" in which he dreamed of a day when African Americans would not be shunned. This simple poem ... discuss

I just wanted to write you to let you know how great it really is to see someone out there trying to make a difference. People so often overlook this issue...they make it out to be no big deal. I am s ... discuss

December 13, 2011 (LiveAction.org) - There are a lot of negative stereotypes about the pro-life movement. I could easily write a list of 20 or more. These five, though, are the ones I personally encou ... discuss

It's been a busy week for me! Between longer work days and toying with the new Mac, the blog seems to have fallen out a bit. As mentioned, another problem has been losing the composition tool that I u ... discuss

Here's romp through three articles that take on the subject of human happiness - and why Liberal notions of what that is will make you miserable. First, this WAPO review looks at a new book on Bened ... discuss

My move to Mac has been very happy except for two issues - gaming and blogging. For websurfing and multimedia, a Mac is of course a terrific machine. Games on the Mac platform are often ports of game ... discuss




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