The Mystery of the Holy Trinity

The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity One week after celebrating the Feast of Pentecost, the Church honors and worships the Most Holy Trinity.  Faithful people throughout history have tried to understand and contemplate the greatest mystery of existence with little headway—the relationship of the three divine persons in one God, the doctrine of faithContinue reading The Mystery of the Holy Trinity

Target is once again the target

Well-known retail chain Target has been in the business of promoting homosexuality and transgenderism for some time. In 2016, Target was one of the first companies to allow men dressed as women in women’s restrooms and changing areas. In response to threats of a boycott following customer complaints - including male sexual predators using their newfound access … Continue reading Target is once again the target

The Gift of the Holy Spirit

The Feast of Pentecost Today is the annual celebration of the birthday of the Church, which is the Feast of Pentecost. The day the Holy Spirit descended, after Jesus was taken into heaven. The fulfilled promise that Jesus would not leave his disciples orphaned and the assurance of God’s invisible and continuous dwelling with his … Continue reading The Gift of the Holy Spirit

The Courageous Who Gave their Lives

In our last post, Good Moral Compasses suggested that losing tradition devastates any culture and civilization. One such tradition losing its meaning is Memorial Day because neither the rationale nor the purpose has been taught in detail for numerous years. Even older individuals who should know better have forgotten the sacrifice men and women have … Continue reading The Courageous Who Gave their Lives

The Loss of Tradition

Tradition Weds the Past and Present to Form an Unbroken Chain of Human Experience There was something true when Tevye in The Fiddler on the Roof sang the song “Tradition.” His character was lamenting that the people of his time were disregarding their traditions, making them unable to discern how God wanted them to live. … Continue reading The Loss of Tradition

What a Wonderful Place to Be

The Ascension of the Lord The beginning of the Acts of the Apostles: “In the first book, Theopolis, I dealt with all that Jesus did and taught until the day he was taken up, after giving instructions through the Holy Spirit to the apostles whom he had chosen.”  Strangely, the first book, according to Luke, … Continue reading What a Wonderful Place to Be

Democracy Needs the Truth

For over two hundred years, democracy has been the preferred means of government. To attain the lofty goal of self-governance, it is assumed that differences in ideas would nonetheless be rooted in truth. The lack of any semblance of truth threatens democracy, none more significant than the recent disclosure of the Russiagate collusion scandal. On … Continue reading Democracy Needs the Truth

The Border is Secure for Half

The Domesticated dogs of the illegal aliens are the only ones Kept From entering the Country When the Secretary of Homeland Security, Alejandro Mayorkas, was reported as saying the southern border of the United States was secure, his statement was only half true. Over 6.3 million and counting are the number of individuals who have … Continue reading The Border is Secure for Half

I Will Never Leave You

Sixth Sunday of Easter-A "I will not leave you orphans.” I will never leave you, the promise given to the Lord’s disciples. This passage from the apostle John is part of Jesus' famous farewell discourse. In the context of the fourth Gospel, it is a discourse of utmost importance. Indeed, John does not record what … Continue reading I Will Never Leave You