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 →

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 →

The Game Has Changed — And So Must We

On Thursday, October 24, 2019, a disinformation and slander campaign was launched by what appears to be the Vatican Department of Telecommunications against Dr. Taylor Marshall, a conservative Catholic author and YouTube talk-show host. Presumably, based on the form of the attack, the reason was Dr. Marshall's traditional Catholic views. It appears that somebody in... Continue Reading →

Science and Faith

In our modern age (within the last 100 years or so), there has been a deliberate push to pit science against religion and vice-versa. This conflict primarily exists in the Protestant world, but bleeds over into Catholicism as well. Nowhere is this more evident than in the ongoing conflict between evolution and creationism. The players... Continue Reading →

Jesus Christ is God

In my last essay, There Is A God,  I argued that belief in God is not only reasonable and logical but that it's also totally natural. Belief in a Creator, or Divinity, has been the natural order of things throughout man's history, and in spite of the temporary aberration called Marx-Darwinian Atheism, the majority of... Continue Reading →

There Is A God

When looking for proof for the existence of God, people will usually turn to science and philosophy. The two are very different disciplines. Science is not the search for truth. It is, rather, the search for evidence, facts, data and explanation. It is, by nature, an evolving discipline. Scientific theories change. They're supposed to. Because... Continue Reading →

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