“Humanize” Abortion

Nikki Haley Fails to Thread the Needle with Her Abortion Comments In an interview with Fox News, Nikki Haley, former U.N. ambassador and South Carolina governor and current GOP presidential candidate, was recently quoted as saying this about abortion, “I think that we have to humanize this issue. We’ve got to stop demonizing this issue.” … Continue reading “Humanize” Abortion

Injustice In Fulton County Georgia

The injustice of our legal system against a black man named Harrison Floyd during the sixtieth anniversary of Martin Luther King’s march on Washington is eye-opening. One of the famous quotes from King about justice is poignant for what is happening currently to Harrison Floyd. “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are … Continue reading Injustice In Fulton County Georgia

Who Do You Say That I Am?

Twentieth-First Sunday -A In today’s Gospel, Jesus asks his disciples two questions about how people understand his identity. There is a progression in this passage, initially starting with a nonpersonal response and proceeding to an intimate response from Peter acknowledging Jesus as Christ.  Flesh and bones did not reveal Jesus as the Messiah; only the … Continue reading Who Do You Say That I Am?

Big Brother is Already Here

Under the ever-seeing eye of God we are free. But not under the surveillance state that is increasingly using artificial intelligence and other technology to track every move we make. It may come as a surprise to most Americans, but the United States already has more closed-circuit cameras per capita than China: 15.28 surveillance cameras per 100 citizens, … Continue reading Big Brother is Already Here

Willing to Fight for the Truth

You Should Know Those Who Are Fighting Against the Transgender Revolution These days, the faithful are bombarded with a never-ending stream of reports about the transgender revolution and how they are to be tolerant even though they know the principles are evil; it is good to hear about some who are fighting back.  Catholics today … Continue reading Willing to Fight for the Truth

A Pagan Who Models Faith

Twentieth Sunday- A St. Ignatius of Loyola, the sixteenth-century founder of the Jesuits, emphasized a particular way of scriptural prayer with his followers. He suggested that a person should focus on a scripture passage and begin to imagine the scene in the mind’s eye. Imagine the terrain, the characters, and the circumstances, much like a … Continue reading A Pagan Who Models Faith

The U.S Bishops Swing and Miss Again

The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act Restricts Religious Freedom and Advances Abortion Unless you are a Human Resources specialist or attorney in labor relations, you have probably never heard of the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA). On the surface, the protection of pregnant workers is something all can rally around. But with all legislation, the bill's … Continue reading The U.S Bishops Swing and Miss Again

One Bishop Finally Apologizes

Earlier this summer, apparently after preparing a homily for St. Aloysius Gonzaga, who died from a virus while ministering to the poor, Cardinal Timothy Dolan (the archbishop of New York) penned a column in Our Sunday Visitor entitled: Did we go too far with COVID-19 restrictions?.   Cardinal Dolan wondered, “Did we as a Church, here … Continue reading One Bishop Finally Apologizes

It Only Takes a Whisper

Nineteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time- A It was only a tiny whisper, we're told, that made Elijah realize that he was standing square in the presence of God—just a little whisper amid driving winds, earthquakes, and infernos. None of the tremendous sounds and shakes drew the prophet from his shelter in the cave. Instead, the … Continue reading It Only Takes a Whisper

Why Did Issue 1 in Ohio Fail?

In GMC’s last article, Ohio to Vote to Protect Children or Not, we outlined the Ohio initiative called Issue 1.  If passed, Issue  1 would have required any amendment to the Ohio constitution to require a 60% favorable vote on a statewide ballot. It would have also required any organizations proposing an amendment to have … Continue reading Why Did Issue 1 in Ohio Fail?