October 10, 2020
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Crocodile Tears for the Constitution

“It does violence to the Constitution and the vision of our founders to appoint such a person in such a manner to be the chief legal officer in our country.”—Nancy Pelosi. In the above quotation, Pelosi is referring to President Trump’s appointment...

Celibacy, Sexual Abuse, and the Denigration of Women

In a recent essay I noted that, while allegedly seducing a young priest who later committed suicide, Albany Bishop Howard Hubbard justified his homosexual acts by claiming that celibacy means nothing more than “being free of sexual contact with...

The Lord our Justice

The Prophet Jeremiah (23:1-6) introduces God’s new order by announcing to us an unusual title for Jesus: “The Lord our Justice.” Now, such a title has nothing to do with Jesus’ fairness as judge or about meting out of reward or punishment for...

The Father Gordon J. MacRae Story

I recently received an email from a well known American journalist asking if my investigation and articles on the case of falsely accused and wrongly imprisoned priest, Father Gordon J. MacRae, can be found in one place. I had never thought of this...

A Grievous Error

I am not here to cast Donald Trump-like aspersions upon a judge whose decision I simply do not like. I have no doubt that Father Gordon MacRae would bar me from publishing here if I did. I am simply here to describe a grievous error that occurred in...

Justice Delayed

Guiseppe Zangara could not believe his luck. On a mild February afternoon in 1933, President-elect Franklin Roosevelt was visiting Miami and had decided to give a short speech at Bayfront Park. Although the crowd was large, Guiseppe had arrived...