January 18, 2020
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A Tough Dilemma

Soliciting money under almost any circumstances is not easy. But it does become a little easier if the cause is good. In many dioceses throughout the United States, the Church continues to be faced with paying out millions of dollars to abuse...

Public Judgment

I learned about the Last Judgment in my grade school catechism classes many years ago. This universal public judgment is purported to focus on all the sins of the world. I am certain the long-lived sex scandal will be prominent in the recitations...

Hillary’s 600 Unanswered Requests

What is most troubling about Secretary Clinton’s testimony on the Benghazi affair is the fact that 600 requests from Ambassador Chris Stevens and his staff for extra security went unanswered. Subsequently, Islamic terrorists killed four Americans...

Scandal and Inspiration

Some stories are scandalous, others inspirational, but seldom does the same story merit both adjectives. “The Lavish Homes of American Archbishops,” (CNN.com) does. First the scandal. The story notes, with vivid pictures, that 10 out of 34 U.S...

Hillary Doubles Down on Benghazi

Hillary Clinton has resurrected the Benghazi issue in a forthcoming book, a chapter of which has been leaked to the press before publication. Her apparent intention is to demonstrate that she acted responsibly during and after the attack that killed...

A Scandal Within A Scandal

When Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling was secretly recorded making racist remarks, the National Basketball Association recognized immediately that it had a crisis on its hands. Many corporate sponsors of Clippers games withdrew their...

Perhaps, But What Kind of Rosary

For us devout Catholics, who take our faith very seriously, one of the most frustrating aspects of politics is the “Catholic” politicians who consistently support and vote for policies that are diametrically opposed to Catholic teaching. Whether...

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