Douthat and Ivereigh showed us how to disagree without being disagreeable | Crux

“A silly article about a silly debate. Can there still be people who have any doubt left in their minds about whether Pope Francis has been good or bad for the Catholic Church? A total waste of time in my view.” __ Scoop John L. Allen Jr. Jan 28, 2018 EDITOR Ross Douthat (right) speaks as Austen Ivereigh and John Allen listen. (Credit: University of Dallas.) Share: News Analysis DALLAS, Texas – It’s the nature Continue Reading →

Do You Simply Stand Against What you Oppose, or Do You Witness For What You Believe?

  I have just returned from a 12 day road trip with a friend who needed a companion along for the ride to Texas where she had the task of preparing her parent’s home to be sold.  It was also her goal to retrieve some precious treasures still in the house which were too large to be carried on a plane.  One such jewel was a cradle her father had made for his own children, Continue Reading →

Putting Pope Francis into Perspective

UPDATED JANUARY 23, 2018 originally published: October 31, 2014 ‘Pope Francis’ – A Chronological List of Quotes and Headlines Pope Francis, Jorge Mario Bergogaria Divine Mercy, False Prophet, the WILD VOICE Below is a very abbreviated and incomplete chronological summary list of deeply troubling quotes, headlines, and happenings which have taken place in the Pope Francis papacy. These news stories and quotes are intentionally presented in very brief format simply to demonstrate that there is Continue Reading →

A Pact with the Devil: is the Catholic Hierarchy Embracing the Lies of the World while Rejecting the Truths of Christ

In Malachi Martin’s work of Faction, Windswept House, a genre of fiction based in fact, the reader is shocked from the start of his story with a sickening scene depicting a Satanic Mass, which Consecrated the Church of Christ to Satan.  Purportedly, it was simultaneously celebrated in both SC and the Vatican. Whether true or not, although I have a personal friend who questioned Malachi concerning this event, and to which he assured her was Continue Reading →

What do you want to be when you graduate from college; “a political activist”?

When I went to college our parents were World War II veterans and survivors. They had seen very dark days of recession and and a world set on fire by war. They also were instrumental in bringing about an economy they helped grow and held to the moral standards of their forefathers, grateful for all that this country provided.  They took the opportunities available to them in order to recover from the horrors of war Continue Reading →

Evidence suggests a massive scandal is brewing at the FBI | New York Post

By Michael Goodwin January 23, 2018 | 9:37pm During the financial crisis, the federal government bailed out banks it declared “too big to fail.” Fearing their bankruptcy might trigger economic Armageddon, the feds propped them up with taxpayer cash. Something similar is happening now at the FBI, with the Washington wagons circling the agency to protect it from charges of corruption. This time, the appropriate tag line is “too big to believe.” Yet each day Continue Reading →