Taking Prayer Requests for This Week’s Taping of “Your Prayer Intentions

I usually tape the show Tuesday Mornings or Wednesday if I’m running late. If you have Prayer requests that you want prayed for on the show include them in comments below. If you have a Private Intention that you want prayed for but don’t want to share details simply put “Private Request” The show is … Continue reading Taking Prayer Requests for This Week’s Taping of “Your Prayer Intentions

A Theology Lesson for Melissa Hunter and Adult Wednesday Addams via Screwtape

Pray do not fill your letters with rubbish about this European War. Its final issue is, no doubt, important, but that is a matter for the High Command. I am not in the least interested in knowing how many people in England have been killed by bombs. In what state of mind they died, I … Continue reading A Theology Lesson for Melissa Hunter and Adult Wednesday Addams via Screwtape

DaTechGuy Interview Catholic Author Mike Aqulina

I've been a tad too busy to get my post on the Syracuse trip up so to hold you over here is my interview with Catholic Author Mike Aqulina from the Catholic Men's Conference that I didn't get to earlier. This interview will be featured in tomorrow edition of Your Prayer Intentions at Noon on … Continue reading DaTechGuy Interview Catholic Author Mike Aqulina

Bernie and Superdelegates, Media Creations, Greenwald, Faith and Sanity, Five Election 2020 Thoughts Under the Fedora

Why do I have the feeling that the primary reason why there are 20+ Democrat candidates with more encouraged to enter every day was the desire to make sure that the vote was split enough so that Bernie couldn't win on the 1st ballot where the Super Delegates aren't allowed to vote. What do Elizabeth … Continue reading Bernie and Superdelegates, Media Creations, Greenwald, Faith and Sanity, Five Election 2020 Thoughts Under the Fedora

With all due Respect to the Current Successor to St. Peter…

...after seeing this story Pope Francis has donated 500,000 dollars to assist migrants in Mexico. The funds, from the Peter’s Pence collections, will be distributed among 27 projects promoted by sixteen Mexican dioceses and religious congregations, which requested assistance in continuing to provide food, lodging, and basic necessities to the migrants.According to a statement from Peter’s Pence, … Continue reading With all due Respect to the Current Successor to St. Peter…

Easter Triduum Reflections: Holy Saturday: The big day

It may seem strange to describe Holy Saturday as "The big day". In terms of salvation the Crucifixion on Good Friday and the Resurrection of Easter would seem bigger. Yet in terms of the church the biggest mass of the year comes on Holy Saturday in the form of the Easter Vigil. You have the … Continue reading Easter Triduum Reflections: Holy Saturday: The big day

Voices of CMC 2019 William Fay Pope John XXIII Seminary

I spoke to William Fay of the Pope John XXIII Seminary which is specifically for men ages 30-60. A late vocation can be a very interesting one (the priest who married me for example was once a Viking Helmet wearing member of a biker gang who my dad used to throw out of his bar). … Continue reading Voices of CMC 2019 William Fay Pope John XXIII Seminary

Easter Triduum Reflections Good Friday, Picking up your Check

While the Easter Vigil of Holy Saturday is the biggest mass of the year Good Friday is the most solemn day in the Christian Calendar, it is when it comes down to it not just the Reason for the Season of Lent, but it's the reason for everything, but because it is so solemn we … Continue reading Easter Triduum Reflections Good Friday, Picking up your Check

Lenten Reflections Seventh Wednesday of Lent, Holding our Ground

Today is the actual end of the Church's Lenten Season one of the longest seasons of the Church year to be followed by the Easter Triduum, the shortest season (three days). Many catholic's like myself traditionally keep up their Lenten sacrifices till Easter thus you will see three more "Lenten Reflections" pieces (titled Triduum reflections) … Continue reading Lenten Reflections Seventh Wednesday of Lent, Holding our Ground

Lenten Reflections Sixth Tuesday of Lent: Ordinary

Yesterday we talked about how Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday are ordinary days in terms of what goes on with the Church in Holy Week that Jesus' acts during those days were significant, but there is another aspect of this that's worth mentioning as Lent nears its end. The fact that these last days of lent … Continue reading Lenten Reflections Sixth Tuesday of Lent: Ordinary

Lenten Reflections Sixth Monday in Lent: Building up

The 1st three days of Holy Week, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday are in a way the plain sisters of the week. Daily mass is celebrated the Gospel is read but it's pretty much the calm before the storm of that breaks beginning Thursday. But it's worth noting that while the Church generally doesn't do anything … Continue reading Lenten Reflections Sixth Monday in Lent: Building up

Voices of CMC 2019 Sr. Maria Graves of the Daughters of St. Paul

I spoke to Sr. Maria Graes of the Daughters of St. Paul at the 2019 Catholic Men's Conference at Assumption College in Worcester MA Any time you see a sister in a regular habit it's a good sign, doubly so when you see one in a state like Massachusetts:

Lenten Reflections Sixth Sunday in Lent (Palm Sunday) The Fickle World

Palm Sunday is in many ways the oddest day in Lent. We open the mass with the celebration of Jesus' entry into Jerusalem and the blessing of the palms and then quickly pivot to the Lord's Passion and Crucifixion. It's quite a contrast but it's a great example of the fickle nature of the world. … Continue reading Lenten Reflections Sixth Sunday in Lent (Palm Sunday) The Fickle World

Lenten Reflections 6th Thursday in Lent: There’s Still Time

One of the greatest things about the love of God is the time it gives you. Now I'm not referring to the time of silent prayer, or the times of reflection or even the time before the blessed sacrament that we talked about yesterday. I'm talking about the fact that we are given our entire … Continue reading Lenten Reflections 6th Thursday in Lent: There’s Still Time

Dave Dionisi of Children of Compassion CMC 2019

I spoke to Dave Dionisi of Children of Compassion about his group which educates orphans in Africa at the 2019 Catholic Men's Conference at Assumption College in Worcester MA. This is again the type of works that seem to fly under the media but it's the type of work that the devout have done for … Continue reading Dave Dionisi of Children of Compassion CMC 2019