Monthly Archives: June 2017

Civilization Not Utopia

  As men who have been converted away from the various empty philosophies of this modern age into the Church and Christendom, even as they appear to be crumbling before astonished eyes, the question must be asked. What does a … Continue reading

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Missing The Potent Questions

New York Times writer Bret Stephens declares that the mass deportation of American “nonimmigrants” would best benefit the United States. Stephens writes, They need to return whence they came … I speak of Americans whose families have been in this country … Continue reading

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Baby Jesus Or King Christ

When Jesus asked that question, he was speaking to his disciples, a group of men struggling with the identity of the man they were following. In modern times, the question is still relevant and might be more pertinent than ever. … Continue reading

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Blackmail Of The Roses

If a man were to open his bible and read the various admonitions to Christians concerning husbands and wives, he would notice that they are voluntary in nature. Husbands are not told to force their wives to submit and wives … Continue reading

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To Give Or Deny

As part of my conversion to the Catholic Church, I’ve begun the work of organizing my money to both be more responsible, but also include charitable giving in my budget. In my Protestant past, my efforts to tithe were sporadic … Continue reading

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