Monthly Archive: January 2014

“They have no life”

The Gospel for yesterday’s Mass in the traditional calendar was about the Wedding Feast at Cana, and being one of my favorite Scriptures, I cannot help but indulge in a little reflection. Much has been said and written about the scene described in …

Scavenging the religious landfill

In keeping with the theme of recent posts, I offer for consideration yet another observation on the modus operandi of the “new evangelists.” For reasons we will discuss later, the “new evangelists” have an unnerving fascination with the religious “insights” of non-Catholics, citing …

Fr. Barron: A follow up

Thanks to all for their comments on the “No good without the Catholic Church” post. I think it necessary to add a bit context. First, I’d like to address those who have made reference, both here and elsewhere via social media, to Aquinas’ …

No good without the Catholic Church

A young Catholic friend (the product of Franciscan University of Steubenville) recently called my attention to a column that he found interesting by Fr. Robert Barron at Real Clear Religion entitled, “No good without God.” Fr. Barron began by stating his intentions: ​What …

A chance to make a difference

Most every visitor to this blog rightly mourns the loss of Catholic tradition and how several generations have been robbed of the sacred heritage that is rightly their own. Well, here’s a chance for us to do something concrete about it. My friends …