My final interview from the 2018 Catholic Men’s Conference at Assumption College Was Christine of Visitation House in Worcester. Visitation House does wonderful work. I’ve written about them before. their website is here. My interview with the speaker for their annual dinner held on April 28th this year is here. Now that these interviews are … Continue reading Voices of the Catholic Men’s Conference 2018 Christine of Visitation House
Retired Bishop Reilly tells a story of the sisters of charity and gives the closing prayer at the Visitation House event 4-26-12 You can give to Visitation House here.
Michael Martin Grand Knight of his Counsel talks to me about Visitation House To find out more about the Knights of Columbus click here to donate to Visitation House, click here.
Fmr Ambassador to the Vatican and Boston Mayor Ray Flynn was the keynote speaker at the visitation House event in Worcester on Thursday. Here is his speech; part one: And part two Plus lets give you collection of photos from the event. You can donate to Visitation House here.
Every single day the Catholic Church feeds more people, houses more people , clothes more people, visits more imprisoned people and educates more people than any other institution on the planet earth can ever hope to. Matthew Kelly Worcester Mass. March 20th 2010 Last Night I was in Worcester where 390-400+ people attended a fundraiser … Continue reading Visitation House the Church’s work you never hear of
Reg: All right, but apart from the sanitation, medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, the fresh water system and public health, what have the Romans ever done for us? Monty Python Life of Brian 1979 Helen Ramirez: You want to know why I’m leaving? Then listen. Kane will be dead in half an … Continue reading Cause and Effect Extra Louisiana What has Christianity ever done for us? edition
Expect little blogging today for I’ll be at the old Madonna of the Holy Rosary Parish in Fitchburg Ma for the WQPH Radiothon being held on the Feast of the Holy Name of Mary I’ll be one of several hosts starting at 9 AM EST I’ll also be taking a turn on the phone accepting … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio WQPH 89.3 FM Radiothon from 9 AM till 5 PM EST
Yesterday all over the country protests took place at Planned parenthood locations highlighting the horrors that we’ve seen from the planned parenthood videos that have been released not only selling organs of children but revealing the slaying of born alive children to get bit of them for profit. In Massachusetts while there were large protests … Continue reading Planned Parenthood Fitchburg Protest 8-22-15
WGBH talked about the Buffer Zone ruling and I saw a familiar face on the stage Ms. Fay’s blog is the Fog of Law and she wrote on the McCullem ruling here. I also think it’s hugely important that this was a consensual speech case, not a protest case. You can adequately scream at people … Continue reading WGBH & Bridget Fay on the Buffer Zone law
It is becoming increasingly apparent that Todd Akin is unlikely to withdraw from the race in Missouri. I’m thinking if he isn’t out by the convention it pretty much is it. So if you are Todd Akin’s campaign manager the problem is to win. You have the GOP unwilling to back you, the left using … Continue reading What would I do if I was Todd Akin’s campaign manager
I was very impressed with Francesco Cesareo president of Assumption College who attended the Visitation House event I remember the setup Assumption had at the Catholic Men’s conference. You can’t imagine what a pleasure it is to see a Catholic College that means it. To find out more about the Assumption College click here to … Continue reading President of Assumption College Francesco Cesareo
I talked to Cindy Trank at the Visitation House dinner 4-26-12 You can donate to Visitation house here
At the Visitation House event I spoke to Mary Nodene who heads up the Choose Life plate campaign in Massachusetts You can find out more about Choose Life here.
Well surprise surprise it looks like Susan Komen and it’s affiliates are having fundraising problems: Registered attendance or donations have declined by more than 25 percent at some of the group’s recent Race for the Cure events, according to interviews with officials at 10 of the national nonprofit’s local affiliates. The Times and our friends … Continue reading The NYT Komen and the elephant in the room
This is the last week of Easter Season in the Catholic Church. During this time We read parts of Christ’s long speech at the last supper in the Gospel of John 13:31 – 17:26. Two weeks ago May 3rd to be exact the reading was this: I am the true vine, and my Father is … Continue reading Vines Branches Marquette & Catholicism without Christ
By Tim Imholt Until recently I was recently a declared candidate (now thankfully back to private citizen) for the US Congress. It gave me a chance to discuss privately, candidate-to-candidate many topics with voters, party officials, and sitting politicians (from both parties) various topics that are facing our country today. I also dove into potential … Continue reading Politicians don’t care about solutions; all they care about is if your check clears Part 1
In my under the Fedora Column this week I mentioned the following story out of Gonzaga University rejecting official recognition as a official student organization. “The Knights of Columbus, by their very nature, is a men’s organization in which only Catholics may participate via membership,” says a letter obtained by The Cardinal Newman Society written … Continue reading And an answer from Gonzaga Concerning the Knights of Columbus
I have heard a lot of people on the left self righteously complain that conservatives are unwilling to agree to “common sense gun control” that we are unreasonable fanatics who would oppose restrictions on the ownership of Sherman Tanks. Most of all; we are totally wrong to believe that the left is after our guns … Continue reading Guns and Chick-Fil-A a matter of trust
It looks like Pope Benedict XVI is taking his role to lead the church seriously tackling problems that have been festering for years. Item: Back in December the results of a Papal investigations of American Seminaries was released. One possible reason for the bishops’ reticence is that the Vatican report vindicates all the general critical … Continue reading Ducks in a Row 1-2-3 for the Pope