Posts Categorized: Christian

It’s Extreme Hypocrisy to be Against War but not Abortion

Let’s first acknowledge that there has never been a political party in the United States that is perfectly aligned with Catholic teaching on every issue. That does not mean, however, that we are therefore automatically free to vote for either major party, because one party can be much further from Catholic principles on the most… Read more »

The Battle of Lepanto October 7 1571 saved Christian Civilization

The Battle of Lepanto in October 7 1571, was the greatest naval engagement until the Battle of Jutland in World War I, but it is not commemorated just as a lesson in the art of maritime war. The core of the feast is that it saved Christian civilization. Compared to it, July 4 and Waterloo… Read more »

Bring Your Bible to School Day Thursday, Oct 6th

When she hears the buzzword “safe place,” school isn’t what normally comes to mind for 13-year-old Lexie P.  Full article at Focusonthefamily.com As a middle-school student in Georgia, too often she feels she “can’t talk about my faith without being told, ‘No.’ I have to learn about other religions in school that I don’t follow,… Read more »

Churches Must Speak Truth to Power

If a certain party gets elected, this certain party said, if the churches do not agree with our interpretation of women’s reproductive rights, they’ll just have to change their doctrine. We are at a “precarious moment in our history” when churches must speak truth to power or risk the loss of a lot more than… Read more »

Determining the Validity of Attempted Marriage

A civilly-recognized marriage between two men is not really marriage. The Catholic Church certainly would not accept such a union as a marriage. If one of the men left that union, repented and wished to marry a woman, he would not need an annulment, under Catholic canon law. My colleague Jennifer Johnson jumps from this… Read more »

Self-identified Catholics Advocate Abortion

“For more than 2,000 years, the church has steadfastly proclaimed that respect for all human life at every stage is foundational to the Catholic faith,” he said. “Abortion from the earliest tradition of the church has been considered immoral.” San Antonio Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller Self-identified Catholics talking about their support for a woman’s decision to… Read more »

Are you in Hillary Clintons “deplorables” Basket?

I would say you can take Trump supporters and put them in two big baskets,” Clinton said. “There are what I call the deplorables — the racists, you know, the haters, and the people who are drawn because they think somehow he’s going to restore an America that no longer exists. So just eliminate them… Read more »

Finding the Face of Jesus in Cyberspace

Billions of images to appear on millions of computer monitors. Will the face of Christ emerge and the voice of Christ be heard? The Internet causes billions of images to appear on millions of computer monitors around the planet. From this galaxy of sight and sound will the face of Christ emerge and the voice… Read more »

Dobson: Electing Trump “would unleash Christians to fight for their beliefs”.

“I do recall he (Trump) said it was an outrage that Christians have been deprived of their rights to speak openly on behalf of the values and principles in which they believe,” Dobson wrote. “He was especially exercised by an amendment added to tax code legislation in 1954 by then-Sen. Lyndon Johnson. Full Article at Wnd.com… Read more »

Mother Teresa Schools Us about Abortion

Mother Teresa Abortion is a Rejection of Jesus! “But I feel that the greatest destroyer of peace today is abortion, because Jesus said, ‘If you receive a little child, you receive me.’ So every abortion is the denial of receiving Jesus, the neglect of receiving Jesus.” Full Article at Catholicworldreport.com “I have said often, and… Read more »