Coronavirus, Communism and Our Lady

As some of my readers already know, I'm a Respiratory Therapist. My coworkers and I are working on the front lines in the fight against COVID19, or what is also known as the Coronavirus or the Wuhan Virus. In the weeks since this all entered the mainstream news, I've heard some pretty outrageous things coming... Continue Reading →

The 2020 Rosary Crusade Against Marxism

While the world is focused on the Wuhan Virus (COVID-19), something more insidious is taking root beneath the surface. It’s an old enemy, and a familiar one, but new life is being breathed back into its body. That enemy is Marxism. When I say Marxism, I’m speaking of both communism and socialism, two wicked manifestations... Continue Reading →

Do We Really Need Schools After Quarantine?

Here in Missouri, Governor Parson has issued the quarantine order announcing that all public school students are expected to complete their school year, even though the remainder of the 2019/2020 school year has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Different Missouri school districts are responding to this challenge in different ways. Some are using... Continue Reading →

Victory is Assured

As I wrote in my previous essay, The Catholic Church After Quarantine, the emerging Church is going to be very different than it is today. It's not going to be what traditionalists want: a return to the pre-conciliar era. Nor will it be what the modernists want: a total transformation of doctrine and sacraments. No,... Continue Reading →

The Catholic Church After Quarantine

This is an opinion blog, so what you're going to read below is my opinion. Take it for whatever it's worth to you. Anyone who regularly reads this blog knows that I am an advocate for a return to traditional Catholicism, but readers should also know that when I say that I don't mean turning... Continue Reading →

Surviving the Wuhan Virus

It's like watching a horror movie. A deadly plague reaches our shores. The president declares a national emergency. Groceries and household items, like toilet paper and bottled water, disappear off the supermarket shelves. The stock market plunges, over and over again, businesses shut down. People are told to prepare for the worst. The future is... Continue Reading →

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