February 19, 2020
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Springfield and the Know-Nothing Party

It’s not every day that a comparative handful of people can break up a major political party, but it happened in the 1856 Presidential election, and politicians in Springfield, Massachusetts were largely responsible for it. It all began in the early...

Birthmark Catholics

Cartoonist Gary Larson’s Far Side once portrayed a herd of deer gathered around one of their number with an unfortunate bull’s eye on his chest. Another deer remarked that’s a bummer of a birthmark! Faithful Catholics are like that deer. They have...

Our Catholic Faith is Increasingly Under Attack

When, by a 5-4 vote, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled this past June 26 that same-sex “marriage” must be allowed in all fifty states, the four dissenting justices warned that this decision, among other grave consequences, threatened the religious...

The War Against Christians In Africa

On September 21, 2013 a shocked world watched as Islamic gunmen attacked the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya targeting Christians, Westerners, and Muslims who were seen as not true-believers. The attack lasted four days, leaving 72 dead...

Never Disparage The Competition

Never Disparage The Competition

“Never disparage the competition” is a phrase that stands out in my days as a business professional while at IBM Corporation. It was something a manager told me many years ago as I prepared to dive into inside sales with the computer giant. It’s...

Anti-Catholic Bias Flourishes

During the last ABC Republican debate in New Hampshire, the candidates were asked how they would counsel a gay couple who wanted to get married. It was a silly question, and Newt Gingrich decided not to play the game. Instead, he gave the following...