16th Sunday of Ordinary Time -C

"Martha, Martha, you are anxious and worried about many things.”Aren’t we a lot like Martha by being anxious and upset about many things? It seems to be a universal human response. If it is universal and human to be anxious and upset, then why did Jesus chide Martha for her reaction to her sister’s unwillingness … Continue reading 16th Sunday of Ordinary Time -C


Farmers in the Netherlands are fed up, and rightly so. According to U.S. News and World Report, the Dutch government is trying to slash nitrogen emissions and ammonia levels in half by 2030. In order to achieve this lofty goal, the use of chemical fertilizer will be reduced and the number of livestock on Dutch … Continue reading “Green”=Depopulation

The Fall of Sri Lanka

Green Agenda Is Potent Force to Decimate CountriesLate last week the president of Sri Lanka, Gotabaya Rajapaksa, fled the country after the Prime Minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe, declared that the country was bankrupt. The following comes from a Newsweek article reporting on the latest events in Sri Lanka with links to their own reporting and one … Continue reading The Fall of Sri Lanka

15th Sunday of Ordinary Time-C

Mercy has a Physical as well as a Spiritual Aspect The Gospel reading this weekend is a dialogue between a lawyer and Jesus about how a person can attain eternal life. Jesus does not answer directly, but directs the lawyer to the Law and beckons him to recite the verse. The lawyer well acquainted in … Continue reading 15th Sunday of Ordinary Time-C

Protection of the Planet but not You

Green Activists'  compassion excludes their neighbor The Supreme Court dealt a brutal blow to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in one of its last rulings of this judicial cycle, West Virginia v. EPA. In a 6-3 decision, the Court ruled that the EPA cannot force power plants that currently use coal or natural gas to … Continue reading Protection of the Planet but not You

July 4th is All About Human Freedom

Human Freedom is from God and the Foundation of our CountryThis weekend our nation celebrates the 246th anniversary of its independence from England. The Fourth of July is set apart from the rest of the year with parades, flags, cookouts and fireworks, for those municipalities who still value the importance of the day. It is … Continue reading July 4th is All About Human Freedom

The Birth of the New Robber Barons

Corporate Funding of Abortions is the key to corporate power and control of WomenIn response to the historic reversal of Roe v. Wade, many woke corporations have offered to provide their employees stipends for travel to seek abortions out of state, if the state they currently reside in does not have legal access.  These corporate … Continue reading The Birth of the New Robber Barons

Abortion: fifty years of lies

An Open Letter to all Women Born After 1973Unfortunately, you were born in the time after Roe v. Wade, which egregiously declared a purported constitutional right to an abortion in 1973.  Since the time you could intellectually and emotionally understand what an abortion was, you have been fed a steady diet of feminist propaganda and … Continue reading Abortion: fifty years of lies

Life Has Won a Battle

present-day David and Goliath For fifty years faithful Catholics and Christians have peacefully protested and prayed against the scourge of the 1973 Supreme Court ruling which gave license for Americans to kill another human being without consequence. St. John Paul II in his encyclical, Evangelium Vitae (Gospel of Life)  correctly observed that humanity is living … Continue reading Life Has Won a Battle