Easter Reflection The 2nd Eucharist

Of all of the Gospel passages my favorite is the road to Emmaus. It is in many ways the most Catholic passage in all scripture and in a sense carries the most important symbol to us thousands of years later. Consider. We have two disciples on the road to Emmaus. Men who had traveled with … Continue reading Easter Reflection The 2nd Eucharist

Voices of CMC 2019 Fr. Jeffrey Mickler of the Society of St. Paul

I talked to Fr Jeffrey Mickler of the Society of St. Paul at the 2019 Catholic Men's Conference at Assumption College Worcester MA Because it is my intention to use the audio in my radio show I recorded the interview in two parts to use it over two shows. Here is the rest. This is … Continue reading Voices of CMC 2019 Fr. Jeffrey Mickler of the Society of St. Paul

Voices at Catholic Men’s Conference Filmmaker Kevin Dunn

I spoke to Kevin Dunn one of the featured speakers at the 2019 Catholic Men's Conference at Assumption College. His work fighting against assisted suicide is just as critical in the service of live as the fight against abortion.

Lenten Reflections 4th Saturday Easy Street

Over the last few days we've talked about the mercy and forgiveness of Christ and how on occasionally faithful Christians will object to this ease of the forgiveness offered by the church. But it's not just the "just" who will object, it is very common for those who have most need of confession to doubt … Continue reading Lenten Reflections 4th Saturday Easy Street

Lenten Reflections 2nd Saturday of Lent: Grim News

Today the news is pretty grim and a strong reminder of the mortality of man. Some might even point to things like this as a sign of the end times. However Lent by it's very nature is a reminder of mortality. Ash Wednesday starts the reminder and Good Friday puts an exclamation point on it. … Continue reading Lenten Reflections 2nd Saturday of Lent: Grim News

Lenten Reflections 2nd Wednesday of Lent God vs Genies

Genie: Right here, direct from the lamp. Right here for your very much wish-fulfillment. Thank you. Aladidn 1992 If there is one misconception people have about prayer and how it's answered. Part of this is a bad reading of this passage from Matthew 7:7-11 "Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you … Continue reading Lenten Reflections 2nd Wednesday of Lent God vs Genies

On Being Catholic

It’s tough being a Catholic these days. Throughout the years, I have had an on-again, off-again relationship with the church. I blamed the church for the death of my mother when I was 13. She attended church almost every day, but her pastor abandoned her when she needed his help. As a journalist, I often … Continue reading On Being Catholic

Voices of CMN 2018 Fr Frank Pavone of Priests for Life

I spoke to Fr. Frank Pavone of Priests for Life at the 2018 Catholic Marketing Network Trade Show in Lancaster PA You can get his book Proclaiming the Message of Life: Weekly Reflections from the Lectionary here You can find Priest's for life site here I saved Fr. Pavone's interview for last because not only … Continue reading Voices of CMN 2018 Fr Frank Pavone of Priests for Life

Voices of CMN 2018 Mary Lou Rosen Author The Three Things Divorced Catholics Need to Know

I spoke to Author Mary Lou Rosen about her book: The Three Things Divorced Catholics Need to Know< at the 2018 Catholic Marketing Network Trade Show in Lancaster PA You can buy her book here Update: Code got corrupted but I wasn't home to spot its, It was part of a bigger blog problem that … Continue reading Voices of CMN 2018 Mary Lou Rosen Author The Three Things Divorced Catholics Need to Know

Voices of CMN 2018 Fr. Bill McCarthy Author: God Bless America

I speak to Fr. Bill McCarthy Author of God Bless America and his friend David Tittle Musicians for Life and the 2018 Catholic Marketing Network Trade Show in Lancaster PA You can get his book here. Aug 19th Voices of CMN 2018 Fr. Bill McCarthy Author: God Bless America Aug 18th Voices of CMN 2018 … Continue reading Voices of CMN 2018 Fr. Bill McCarthy Author: God Bless America

Voices of CMN 2018 Fr. Chris Alar Author: After Suicide

I speak to Fr. Chris Alar about his new book After Suicide at the 2018 Catholic Marketing Network event in Lancaster PA. His book is due for release later this year but you can find out more here. Aug 18th Voices of CMN 2018 Fr. Chris Alar Author: After Suicide Aug 17th Voices of CMN … Continue reading Voices of CMN 2018 Fr. Chris Alar Author: After Suicide

Voices at CMN 2018 Fr. Edward Looney Author A Heart Like Mary’s

I speak to Fr. Edward Looney Author of A Heart Like Mary's at the 2018 Catholic Marketing Network Tradeshow in Lancaster PA Fr. Looney spoke on the first day of the Catholic Marketing Network Trade show. You can buy his book here. Posts of Interviews from the 2018 Catholic Marketing Network Aug 5th Voices at … Continue reading Voices at CMN 2018 Fr. Edward Looney Author A Heart Like Mary’s

Why the Media/Hollywood Culture Prefers a Dead “Zombie Boy” to a Live Rick Genest

Son of man, speak thus to your countrymen: When I bring the sword against a country, and the people of this country select one of their number to be their watchman, and the watchman, seeing the sword coming against the country, blows the trumpet to warn the people, anyone hearing but not heeding the warning … Continue reading Why the Media/Hollywood Culture Prefers a Dead “Zombie Boy” to a Live Rick Genest

Lessons, Thoughts and Traps for Catholics in the Cardinal McCarrick case

I have a few things to say about the Cardinal McCarrick case that Catholics should take to heart Christ is still Christ, the Church is still the Church and the Doctrines are Still the Doctrines: Nothing McCarrick has done changes the truth of God, Christ, scripture of the Church. In the 2000 year history of … Continue reading Lessons, Thoughts and Traps for Catholics in the Cardinal McCarrick case

Quoting Some Solid Papal Advice on Day Two of Our Three Days of Fasting and Prayer

Monday Pope Francis gave a homily at daily masses whose main points should be taken to heart by every Christian in general and Catholic in particular: Beware, the Pope warned, of the devil’s seduction. “The devil is a seducer,” Francis reminded, saying, he “knows what words to tell us” and this is dangerous as “we … Continue reading Quoting Some Solid Papal Advice on Day Two of Our Three Days of Fasting and Prayer