Treasure Worth Having

Seventeenth Sunday of Ordinary Time-A This weekend's readings are about what constitutes our treasure and its importance.  We have all acquired material treasures, perhaps our house, automobile, or something else. We also have other treasures, a hybrid between purely material possessions and the emotional connection with the item. It might be the knickknack we inherited … Continue reading Treasure Worth Having

When You Realize Your Country Is Corrupt

For those old enough to remember when Eastern Europe was in the grips of communist control, word came out from behind the iron curtain as to the rampant corruption of these puppet governments. In the Soviet Union, it was commonly known that those staunch advocates and cronies of the political system did very well economically … Continue reading When You Realize Your Country Is Corrupt

The Marxist State of America Do Not Want Free Elections

On July 18, the Attorney General of Michigan, Dana Nessel (a practicing homosexual who once was quoted as saying there should be a drag queen in every school), indicted sixteen so-called ‘fake electors’ for signing a certificate after the 2020 presidential election. At the time, there was much uncertainty surrounding the legitimacy of the election … Continue reading The Marxist State of America Do Not Want Free Elections

Wheat and the Weed

Sixteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time-A We are in the middle of our growing season in the northern hemisphere. Trained and untrained gardeners have already spent notable time weeding their gardens from unwanted plants. It is easy to tell the difference between a flower or crop you planted and the pesky weeds that inevitably find a … Continue reading Wheat and the Weed

Children are Still not Safe

We live in paradoxical times, especially concerning children and young adults. The young have more material advantages than in the past. It has been calculated that 53% of children aged 11 have a smartphone—the statistic mushrooms to 84% for teens.  More than 8.3 million teens between 16-19 regularly drive their car or someone else’s, meaning … Continue reading Children are Still not Safe

The Pope Keeps Bad Friends

The old proverb of a ‘man is known by the company he keeps’ speaks to the trait of human beings to surround themselves with like-minded people. There is a certain comfort in close contact with others who share your preferences, interests, habits, and values. Most likely, through some deep-seated psychological need for safety and protection, … Continue reading The Pope Keeps Bad Friends

The Country is Facing another Moral Milestone

Unregulated Immigration is Enabling a New Slavery Throughout American history, the nation's citizens were made aware of immoral practices and policies happening in their society and demanded change. As far back as the 1830s, Abolitionists worked diligently to end slavery in the United States. The crusade lasted almost 40 years, along with a civil war … Continue reading The Country is Facing another Moral Milestone

The Left and its Indefensible Stance on Human Trafficking

Radicals are Now Trying to Censor the Movie Sound of Freedom which Documents Modern Day Slavery in America Against all expectations, the new cinema thriller Sound of Freedom is showing in sold-out theaters across the country. It even outperformed the latest Indiana Jones franchise film, Dial of Destiny, on its opening on July 4th and … Continue reading The Left and its Indefensible Stance on Human Trafficking

The Yoke of Christ

Fourteen Sunday of Ordinary Time-A "Come to me, all you who labor and are burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me.” Without insulting anyone’s intelligence, a quick review of the terms Jesus uses in today’s Gospel is well in order. “Take my yoke upon you and … Continue reading The Yoke of Christ