“The problem we face is not that our society is obsessed with sex. Rather, it is afraid of it.” – Father Frank Pavone[click to continue...]
Archives for July 2014
One prominent Catholic author and speaker recently took the extreme position of calling for the debate to be over: all Catholics ought to be practicing NFP, he claims.[click to continue...]
A Providentialist, as I am defining him (or her), is someone who does not practice any form of birth control—not even Natural Family Planning. This person simply trusts God to give him and his wife as many children as God wants for them—no more, and no less.[click to continue...]
There are Catholics today practicing NFP who are unaware there even was a condition on which their periodic continence can be observed.[click to continue...]
Thus, when your spouse, or anyone, hurts you, you would do well to remember that person is deficient in grace in that area, and so now you have a prayer intention to make.[click to continue...]
After God, there remains a person competing for my attention that is not my wife.
This person and I would spend a lot of time together.
I found myself thinking of this person before I thought of anyone else.
Basically, I had a love affair…[click to continue...]
When I heard her pray for the first time, I decided then and there I had to get to know her. I had to ask her out.[click to continue...]
Unbeknownst to Mr. Caraway, he caught the attention of a woman headed to the abortion clinic. She had her signal on to turn into the drive, but changed her mind, upon seeing his prayerful demeanor.
She ended up going instead to the nearby crisis pregnancy center for help. She chose life for her baby, Mr. Caraway later learned.
He saved a life, without talking to anyone. He didn’t confront anyone either, and a child is alive today as a result.[click to continue...]
When you discredit or discard an argument based on the person saying it, you are guilty of a logical fallacy (or a bad argument). Particularly, you are guilty of an ad hominem argument or attack.[click to continue...]
Forget fixing her real issues. Forget counseling her for the abuse she suffers. Forget finding her a place a job so she can pay her bills. Don’t worry about providing for her needs.
What she needs is an abortion. Each and every time.
Why fix those circumstances that brought her to the abortion clinic? I mean, thanks to those, the clinic collects about $500 or so to “remove” her “problem.”[click to continue...]