Monthly Archives: March 2013

“God so loved the world that He gave…”

The message of Easter is that God “donated” His Son, Jesus, to live and love and then die on this planet, so that our sins could be forgiven and that we could have the hope of “eternal life” (John 3:16, … Continue reading

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School Should Can Cabaret

A local Catholic high school is under fire for scheduling a spring production of the musical “Cabaret.” Critics say the play promotes abortion, extramarital sex and other behavior that conflicts with the teachings of the Catholic Church. Parents have developed … Continue reading

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Kids Having Kids

The social costs to sexual immorality and welfare-entitlement mentality are getting an unexpected public scrutiny in New York City, where various city agencies have put up posters in subway stations and bus shelters, trying to shame teens out of having … Continue reading

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Standing, Marching and Praying for Marriage

The issue of homosexuality is deeply personal, for many families. Such is the case for Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio), who recently announced he has changed his mind on how marriage should be defined.  It seems his son struggles with same-sex … Continue reading

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Our Catholic Neighbors Have a New Pope!

Argentina’s former Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, was known as a humble man and a dedicated servant to the poor. Like many Central and South America religious leaders in past decades, the new “Pope Francis” is said to have participated in liberal … Continue reading

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The Hope of Easter

During these days, leading up to Easter Sunday, many are focusing on humble, devotional practices, meant to help them identify with the passion of our Lord. These acts of contrition are certainly appropriate and helpful. However, I’m also moved during … Continue reading

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