Winning in the War on Christmas

By John Ruberry The War on Christmas, the secular-progressives' assault on Christmas and yes, religion, is fading away. And Christmas is winning. In today's video message to our military, some of whom of course belong to faiths other than Christianity, President Trump beamed, "I just want to wish everybody a very, very Merry Christmas, we … Continue reading Winning in the War on Christmas

Divine intervention brought my child back to life. Of this, I have no doubt.

This morning, Dr Starnes at Childrens' Hospital of Los Angeles walked into the waiting room and told me that the repair done to my 2-month-old son's heart was a success. He said he should be in great shape for years to come. I've documented my feelings about the medical system that has helped my son … Continue reading Divine intervention brought my child back to life. Of this, I have no doubt.

Looking and Finding

by baldilocks I had a lot of trouble concentrating today, as anyone who follows my Facebook and Twitter feeds already knows. I got up at around two this morning, having “slept” for a few hours—more of a fitful opening and closing of my eyes. The problem? I have been applying for jobs like crazy for … Continue reading Looking and Finding

“The Case for Christ” is a high-quality movie in a genre known for rotten reviews

Being a Christian in Hollywood can be difficult. There aren't a ton of movies being made today that fit in with a believing actor's moral compass. Moreover, there's a stigma attached to many actors who willingly profess their faith just as there's a stigma against conservatives. As such, the average Christian-themed movie is pretty poorly … Continue reading “The Case for Christ” is a high-quality movie in a genre known for rotten reviews

#NYCatholic: St. Peter’s Church

Please do not be misled by the dishonest anti-Christian media or by urban legends about New Yorkers and New York's Catholics; see for yourself who these people really are and what they do... The Roman Catholic Parish of St Peter has a history of nearly a quarter of a millennium in Lower Manhattan and is home to … Continue reading #NYCatholic: St. Peter’s Church

Trump’s religious liberty path requires our support

The majority of things that come out of Washington DC do not require our assistance. President Trump lays down an order, Congress passes a law, or some agency puts out a regulation and the citizenry does what it can to comply. It sounds Draconian but it's a system that works. Our participation in the republic … Continue reading Trump’s religious liberty path requires our support

Synod 15 “Do you not Understand?” , “Do you think…” and the Snake in the Pocket

Joseph: I forgot what I was supposed to tell him. Jules:Oh, well tell him he should on no account try to open that cage. Tell him because if he does try to and puts his hand inside of the cage to find out what's there, he's liable to be disagreeably surprised.[laughs] Tell him, well that … Continue reading Synod 15 “Do you not Understand?” , “Do you think…” and the Snake in the Pocket

Vendors at the Catholic Trade show Shomali Inc (and a common theme)

I talked to Joseph Shomali of Shomali Inc at the Catholic Trade show You can check out Shomali Inc's products here You will note that he and his wife both left lucrative jobs to go into this importing religious objects from the holy land. One of the things you will find in a lot of … Continue reading Vendors at the Catholic Trade show Shomali Inc (and a common theme)

The Missing Admonition from Stacy’s Piece

Stacy McCain makes some excellent biblical points in this piece concerning a young lady who with some diabolic help has made some really bad choices  Can you imagine the insane hatred inside this woman, that she would take a Bible — a gift from her own grandmother! — and make it into such a heinously abusive … Continue reading The Missing Admonition from Stacy’s Piece

Pride, Definitely his favorite Sin

Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not his own facts. Attributed to Daniel Patrick Moynihan Once you have made the World an end, and faith a means, you have almost won your man, and it makes very little difference what kind of worldly end he is pursuing. Provided that meetings, pamphlets, policies, movements, … Continue reading Pride, Definitely his favorite Sin

The Religion of Feminism requires more faith than Christianity

Only today I have found a passage in a Christian writer where he recommends his own version of Christianity on the ground that ‘only such a faith can outlast the death of old cultures and the birth of new civilisations’. You see the little rift? ‘Believe this, not because it’s true, but for some other … Continue reading The Religion of Feminism requires more faith than Christianity

Pride, Courage, Perception and the Value of a Good Example

All you then have to do is to keep out of his mind the question "If I, being what I am, can consider that I am in some sense a Christian, why should the different vices of those people in the next pew prove that their religion is mere hypocrisy and convention?" You may ask … Continue reading Pride, Courage, Perception and the Value of a Good Example

“Give me the Grace to Be Radical”

My friend Stacy McCain has just put up his latest post in a series about radical feminists: No one is surprised to learn that the woman who organized SlutWalk Chicago is a Gender Studies graduate of the University of Illinois-Chicago. Parading around in your panties to protest against “rape culture” may seem crazy to normal people, but normal people don’t … Continue reading “Give me the Grace to Be Radical”

An Incredible Unnoticed Gift

Earlier this week on twitter I had suggested prayer in response to Ferguson and one of the responses to that was this tweet. @DaTechGuyblog because prayer does what for that community? Separate your hands and do something instead of sitting on them.— THEREALTRUTH (@TrashofFacebook) August 20, 2014 Today I saw something that spoke volumes about … Continue reading An Incredible Unnoticed Gift

When in “Doubt” remember Even Peter Sank

One of the hardest parts of Christianity is one of the simplest parts. Faith. And nothing illustrates this better than this week's Sunday Gospel of Peter and the walking on water. Then he made the disciples get into the boat and precede him to the other side, while he dismissed the crowds. After doing so, … Continue reading When in “Doubt” remember Even Peter Sank