Things Worth Dying For

Things Worth Dying For

Today is Good Friday. Not a happy day in the church calendar, except we know that Easter is just around the corner. It is a day for reflection, introspection and prayer. So I was thinking about the complete obfuscation of...
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Christianity Under Attack

Christianity Under Attack

I am a Catholic Laymen. I have never been trained formally in Catholic Apologetics. I read the Bible and Catechism and discuss theological issues with my Catholic Priest stepbrother who lives currently in Sardinia. There is no question in our...
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The Voice Within

The Voice Within

Today I am a proud Catholic, but I grew up for the first 5 years of my life being raised in the Quaker home of my grandparents in Philadelphia. My Mom was a nurse assigned to the Navy and my...
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Unity

Unity

Our country is clamoring for unity. But what unifying factors should structure our nation? Unity requires agreement on a set of principles the citizens of our nation will unite behind. The answer to this question will literally determine the fate...
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The Reason for our Troubles

The Reason for our Troubles

In his famous speech in 1862 at Philadelphia’s National Hall, Frederick Douglas stated, “that nations, not less individuals, are subjects to the moral government of the universe and that. Persistent transgressions of the laws of this Devine (United...
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A Great Reset IS Needed

A Great Reset IS Needed

Part of the so-called “progressives” campaign clamor is to advocate for “The Great Reset” of society. I agree a reset of society is needed, but not in the form they prescribe. “No thanks” to a globalist agenda, riots and cha...
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Family, Faith, and Politics

Family, Faith, and Politics

As the post-election out briefs and political autopsies begin following the presidential election of Nov. 3rd, there is one finding that neither side can refute: This most recent Presidential election has revealed an America drifting apart. We are living as...
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On the Pope and Capitalism

On the Pope and Capitalism

I have been asked to comment on Pope Francis’ latest encyclical letter, FRATELLI TUTTI, or Brothers All. Before starting, let me say that I am a lay Catholic. I have not reviewed my thoughts with a priest or a bishop...
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What it means to be a Christian

What it means to be a Christian

This paper is intended to be a discussion about what being a Christian is. The discussion is centered on three important ideas about Jesus in the Gospel of John Three Important Ideas in John 1. The Son Idea – The...
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Do We Christians Still Believe in God’s Word?

Do We Christians Still Believe in God’s Word?

As a Christian do you believe that God alone is the only One who truly knows what is good and what is evil because He Himself exists as the eternal, unchanging Good, Truth, Love, Peace and Justice? Do you trust...
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Do You Believe in Miracles?

Do You Believe in Miracles?

This is as good a time as any for me to address some concerns I have about the new mainstream narrative that goes something like this: “We are a divided country and we need a President that will unite us...
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A Quick Look at Theology

A Quick Look at Theology

What is Theology? Theology embraces all things in heaven and on earth, the natural as well as the supernatural. Primarily it thoughtfully considers the supreme and most simple unity, the divine nature, and secondarily all other things, so far as...
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