September 2009

Christopher West Defended by Two Heavy Hitters

September 18, 2009

Cardinal, bishop express ‘strong support’ for Christopher West’s work http://www.catholicculture.org/news/headlines/index.cfm?storyid=4068 Cardinal Justin Rigali of Philadelphia and Bishop Kevin Rhoades of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania have exptressed “strong support” for the work of Christopher West in a letter dated August 10 and released September 17. West is a research fellow of the Theology of the Body Institute, which [...]

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I Am On Catholic Answers Live in 5 Minutes, 4 Minutes…DONE!

September 18, 2009

Topic: Questions from Non-Catholics. For archived listening options check here. To listen now, click here. Here are the questions I answered tonight: 1) The Bible says we should not commune with the dead? Why do Catholics pray to dead saints? 2) Why does the Catholic Church teach evolution, like Darwinianism, and not the six days [...]

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Hope you like the new look!

September 15, 2009

We are working hard and fast to re-do the design and update the software for my website and blog. Hope you like the way it works. We will add a lot of new features and make it all easier and nicer to use. Bear with us over the next few days. Like having a baby, [...]

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The Tolerance & Peace of Islam

September 15, 2009

Pakistani Christian, facing blasphemy charge, killed in prison http://www.catholicculture.org/news/headlines/index.cfm?storyid=4036 A Pakistani Christian man who was arrested on blasphemy charges was found dead in prison on September 15, apparently having been tortured. His death was denounced by a human-rights group as an example of “judicial murder.” After the young man was arrested and charged with desecrating [...]

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Triumph of the Cross

September 14, 2009

I will be joining Sean Herriott at 7 AM Eastern on Relevant Radio. We will discuss Monday’s feast of the Triumph of the Cross. We will also discuss today’s Feast of our Lady of Sorrows since she was at the foot of the Cross. On Monday I was fortunate enough to join Fr. Groeschel in [...]

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G.K. Chesterton Comments on Dan Brown

September 14, 2009

G.K. Chesterton is timeless so why can’t he speak from the grave about such as fool as Dan Brown (DaVinci Code and Angels and Demons)? Click here for Carl Olsen’s “exclusive interview”

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WARNING: Graphic

September 14, 2009

President Obama condemns killing of pro-life activist http://www.catholicculture.org/news/headlines/index.cfm?storyid=4010 “President Barack Obama has condemned the “deplorable” killing of Michigan pro-life activist James Pouillon. “Whichever side of a public debate you’re on, violence is never the right answer,” he said in the statement.” I am glad Obama is against killing pro-life activists . . . . . [...]

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Stay Tuned for all New Web & Blog Design and Look

September 14, 2009

Our webmaster and computer genius Adam Henriksen is working at our house this week to upgrade and completely revise my websites, blog and stores. I think you will like the design and functuality. I am quite excited.

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On Fr. Groeschel’s Show Sunday Night

September 13, 2009

UPDATE: The morning after, Monday, 9/14: I had a great time on the show with a full studio audience. I was delighted to get a call on the show from Dr. Alice von Hildebrand. We talked about the Incarnation of Jesus and Mary the Mother of God. I really enjoyed spending the evening with Fr. [...]

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Prolifer Shot

September 11, 2009

Michigan pro-life activist shot and killed http://www.catholicculture.org/news/headlines/index.cfm?storyid=4001 A veteran pro-life activist was shot and killed on Friday morning in front of a high school in Owosso, Michigan. James Pouillon, who had spent countless hours holding up pro-life signs in front of schools and other public buildings, died of multiple gunshot wounds.

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My Latest Run Through Rome

September 10, 2009

I walked with Janet all through the Piazza Navona area visiting the churches we will visit in May when we bring the Dr. Scott Hahn group to Rome and earlier, the Ave Maria Turin/Assisi/Lanciano/Padre Pio/Rome trip. Later in the day I took off for the run you see below. I visited the Piazza del Popolo [...]

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Obama, Abortion & the Health Care Bill

September 10, 2009

From www.StopTheAbortionMandate.com Last night, President Obama addressed a joint session of Congress — and the nation — about his plan for a national, government-run health care system, stating: “One more misunderstanding I want to clear up — under our plan, no federal dollars will be used to fund abortions.” This simply IS NOT TRUE! Even [...]

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30 Seconds to Tell you Senators Abortion is NOT Health Care

September 10, 2009

Click here and tell them NO to abortion in any Health Care Bill — or do you want you tax dollars to pay for the killing of babies (rhetorical question :-)

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What Our Kids Should REALLY hear in School Today!

September 7, 2009

First, is a link to the proposed speech Obama will give to schools across America. If I had kids in school they would be home with Obaba flu today. And below is what every kid should hear in school today presented by comedian Red Skelton. http://www.whitehouse.gov/MediaResources/PreparedSchoolRemarks/ I would also like to see the Lesson Plan [...]

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Even CBS Says Obama is in Big Trouble

September 7, 2009

http://www.cbsnews.com/blogs/2009/09/07/politics/politicalhotsheet/entry5292038.shtml Excellent Article on the fall (not collapse) of President Obama.  I think Charles Krauthammer hits the nail on the head in his article Obama, the Mortal in today’s Washington Post. It starts out, “What happened to President Obama? His wax wings having melted, he is the man who fell to earth. What happened to [...]

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My Runs in Rome

September 7, 2009

Here is my run on Saturday which took me around the Walls of the Vatican, to Piazza Navona, Church of St. Agostino (Augustine), Castle of the Angel (St. Michael), the Bridge of the Angels crossing the Tiber River, St. Peter’s and much more. Running is a great way to see Rome! I am hoping to [...]

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