Remembering Saint Scholastica

Saint Scholastica was born in Italy in the year 480 A.D., and she was the twin sister of Saint Benedict of Nursia (AKA The Father of Western  Monasticism).  She was called to serve The Lord at a very young age and her name means "she who has leisure to devote to study".  Her feast day … Continue reading Remembering Saint Scholastica

Is Christianity no longer socially acceptable?

Speaking at the Legatus Conference, Princeton University professor Robert P. George asserted that the days of Christianity being socially acceptable are over: “It is no longer easy to be a faithful Christian, a good Catholic, an authentic witness to the truths of the Gospel,” said Princeton Professor Robert George to a large crowd at the … Continue reading Is Christianity no longer socially acceptable?

There’s a Lesson for Kellogg’s & Nordstrom in this Twitter Story

My profile on Gab has increased dramatically lately that's a good thing because stuff like the continuing exile of conservatives and the new censorship tools are leading to results like this: Twitter shares sank Thursday after the social media company reported quarterly revenue that missed Wall Street's expectations and issued guidance that fell far short … Continue reading There’s a Lesson for Kellogg’s & Nordstrom in this Twitter Story