Georgetown Medical School Can’t Have It Both Ways

In the hoity-toity area of Washington D.C. is a community known as Georgetown, along with the famous Jesuit university which bears its name. The area is so exclusive and affluent, the D.C. Metrorail doesn’t have a stop there and it can only be accessed publicly by bus - which stops not at the campus, but … Continue reading Georgetown Medical School Can’t Have It Both Ways

The Loud-Mouthed Widow

“Jesus told his disciples a parable about the necessity for them to pray always without becoming weary.”Unlike many parables, Luke wastes no time in telling the reader what is the intent of the story in the first sentence. It is of course to be persistent in prayer. Knowing the end before the parable unfolds may … Continue reading The Loud-Mouthed Widow

The Unholy Alliance

Hospital and Schools Working together to foster child AbuseInvestigative journalist, Christopher Rufo, has been reporting on the use of Critical Race Theory in schools for the past few years. Now he has turned his attention to the transgender craze that has seemingly taken over the youth of our nation. In his article, Unholy Alliance, Rufo … Continue reading The Unholy Alliance

Pro-Life is the Firewall

religious freedom at stakeYou have to wonder whether Catholics and Christians who voted for Biden in the last presidential election have any regrets? A little less than two years into Biden’s administration, the president has proved to be the most pro-abortion president in US history. The argument against abortion has been playing out for quite … Continue reading Pro-Life is the Firewall

Ten Lepers, Only One Fully Cured

As Jesus was traveling through Jerusalem, he was met at a distance by ten lepers who cried out, “Jesus, Master! Have pity on us!" Jesus responded to them by saying, "Go show yourselves to the priests." As the lepers went on their way they were healed of their illness. Only one them knowing he was … Continue reading Ten Lepers, Only One Fully Cured

Not Enough Murder Opportunities

In response to the Supreme Court Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey decisions in June, the Justice Department of the Biden administration by executive order in July has convened an interagency task force to ensure the slaughter of innocent babies in the womb.  The first meeting of this gruesome group was in August. … Continue reading Not Enough Murder Opportunities

Hopscotching over Socialism

Last Saturday, Donald Trump held a Save America rally in Warren, Michigan promoting local “America First” Republican candidates and furthering his  MAGA doctrine.  Much of his speech to a packed audience was the problems facing America now due to the progressive policies of the radical left. Any one who has viewed or attended Trump’s rallies … Continue reading Hopscotching over Socialism

The Infamous Mustard Seed

Charitable people who take care of the less fortunate in the world experience a reoccurring and common theme. The theme, is the problem of the poor never seems to be solved, no matter how much help is given. Perhaps, that is why Jesus tells his disciples, “the poor you will always have with you.”  One … Continue reading The Infamous Mustard Seed

The Rich Man’s Torment

The past two weeks the Gospel message was presented by the use of parables. The first was the Prodigal Son followed by the story of the embezzling manager of the rich master.  Today’s teaching is also in the form of a parable, staring the poor beggar Lazarus. Not the same Lazarus who was the brother … Continue reading The Rich Man’s Torment

You Cannot Serve Two Masters

Last week, the familiar parable of the Prodigal Son depicts a younger and immature son coming to his senses. He finally returns to his father only after realizing his life was spiraling out of control and his demise was near. Today’s Gospel message, also takes the form of a parable, and the conditions are similar … Continue reading You Cannot Serve Two Masters