How to Vote Catholic in America

The US Catholic Bishops have done little to nothing to help Catholics discern a clear political path in the United States. Their so-called "voters guide" (Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship) has been a weak document that does more to confuse Catholics than help guide them. For this reason I'm taking it upon myself, as a... Continue Reading →

Beware of German Catholicism

The Catholic Church in Germany has been the leading proponent of heterodox (heretical) teaching and practice for decades now. While we can find many examples of heterodoxy, innovation, and outright lunacy in other places throughout the Church, the German bishops have taken a leading role and are now in the process of positioning themselves as... Continue Reading →

Let’s Talk About Money

Hopefully, this will be my last word on the scandals that erupted in the Catholic Church in 2018-2019. People frequently ask me what we, the laity, can do about it. I always tell them the same thing. The laity have no ecclesiastical power over the hierarchy. So there really isn't much we can do at... Continue Reading →

An Open Letter to President Trump

Dear Mr. President, In the wake of the ridiculous and absurd articles of impeachment filed against you yesterday in the US House of Representatives, I want to make my thoughts known. I do believe you will actually read this, as I think your advisers will make sure it reaches your desk somehow. However, I want... Continue Reading →

A Winning Strategy for Catholic Americans

Faithful Catholics and American Patriots now find themselves on the same team, fighting against a cabal of Modernism, Marxism and Globalism that really and truly is hell-bent on world domination. Unlike the Soviet Union or the Nazi Third Reich, this cabal is not planning the military overthrow of Western Civilization, but rather a subversive and... Continue Reading →

How to Save America

I used to be of the mindset that the United States of America had seen its glory days and is on the downward spiral now. Certainly, this has been true for the latter half of the 20th-century anyway. The America of my father's youth (1945 - 1965) is gone, never to be seen again. I... Continue Reading →

Idols v. Statues

One of the common accusations leveled against Catholic by both Protestants and Muslims is that we worship idols. One of the reasons why this happens, particularly among Muslims, but also among some Protestants too, is that they really don't understand what an idol is. Their knowledge of the subject is elementary, almost childlike. If they... Continue Reading →

Déjà Vu

For Anglican converts to Catholicism like me, this whole year as been a déjà vu experience. When it comes to the Amazon Synod, and the ridiculous proposals being discussed in Rome this month, I can honestly say I've been there, brought the t-shirt, and quickly left -- TWENTY YEARS AGO!  The term déjà vu is... Continue Reading →

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