Barbara McGuigan, the host of “The Good Fight” on EWTN Radio has invited me back on the air. That’s right. Tomorrow, Saturday, February 13th, from 2 to 4 pm EST, we will be live on the air across the country and the world. We’ll be discussing the pro-life cause and we invite you to tune […][click to continue...]
Individuals who cannot say no to dessert are not likely to have the courage to refuse a sexual temptation, either.[click to continue...]
One of the main objectives in practicing Lent is to grow in the virtue of temperance. Temperance is the means by which we moderate, or control, our desire for pleasure.[click to continue...]
Kent Kuholski, the host, invited me to join him on the air for tonight. I said yes.[click to continue...]
“Hospice programs are independent from one another and the services provided are not the same. It is essential you interview a hospice prior to signing on for care and allowing them into your home. When seeking hospice care, keep in mind your values should come first and must never be compromised.”[click to continue...]
“In fact, from the very first instant of the human being’s life is characterized by the fact that it is human life and for this reason possesses its own dignity everywhere and in spite of all (cf. Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Dignitas Personae). Otherwise, we should always be threatened by the risk of an exploitative use of science, with the inevitable consequence of slipping into arbitrary decisions, discrimination and the financial interest of the strongest.[click to continue...]
Veteran sidewalk counselors tried to warn me up front. I tried to ignore them. I didn’t want them to be correct.
For, if what they said was true, it would surely be deflating. It would also stand opposed to my immense ego and overconfidence in my power of dissuasion.
What am I referring to? What was this inconvenient truth about abortion sidewalk counseling I didn’t want to accept?[click to continue...]
Or how about the fact that these women are coming face-to-face with the father of their future child? So what if they didn’t pick him out of a catalog?
At least they get to put a face to their benefactor. They get to meet the stranger, whose baby they are paying him to carry for themselves![click to continue...]
The Supreme Court decision of 1965 may not have been considered in its day a monumental event. However, that did not change the fact that its horrendous decision made a mess of things morally.[click to continue...]
Second, are we really going to stake all our hopes on nine judges? Does our movement depend entirely on the majority vote of nine men and women? I sure hope not. What if we never get nine justices to hear the case and at least five to vote on the side of truth? Do we do nothing in the meantime?[click to continue...]