No Fate Except for What We Make

It's a line from the science-fiction Terminator films: "There is no fate except for what we make." While this may be a popular culture cliche from the 1980s, there is an element of truth to it, and it most certainly ties back to the Christian faith. Humanity has a tendency to default back into the... Continue Reading →

Why Christians Should Hate

Hate. It's a pretty strong word. Webster's Dictionary defines it as "intense hostility and aversion usually deriving from fear, anger, or sense of injury" and "extreme dislike or disgust." In today's politically-correct society, the word "hate" is generally unacceptable, and is used by political Leftists as a weapon to demonize their political opponents. It's generally... Continue Reading →

Enough is Enough!

This essay first appeared on Forward in Christ Magazine. I'm writing this essay in the heat of the Covington Controversy that began in Washington DC, at the Lincoln Memorial, shortly after the March for Life Rally on Friday, January 18, 2019. I have seen the whole hour and a half video of the entire event.... Continue Reading →

Are You A Woke Catholic?

The dictionary defines "woke" as the past-tense version of awakening, becoming alert, or to emerge from sleep. Wikipedia defines "woke" as a political term, having African-American origin, that refers to a perceived awareness of issues concerning social justice. It is derived from the African-American vernacular English expression "stay woke," whose grammatical aspect refers to a... Continue Reading →

On Veils for Christian Women

For two-thousand years, Christian women have been covering their heads in prayer, whether it be in a chapel, or in public, or at home. It's a custom as old as Christianity itself. (Technically, it's older.) And Western women still do it, without even realizing it, and even if they're not religious at all. Take, for... Continue Reading →

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