Category Archives: Catholicism

The New Pagans – Global Warmism as Idolotry

It is a curious quirk of human intellectual history that what first look like new and innovative ideas are oftentimes merely the resurrections of long discredited dogma. When novelist Dan Brown first published his bestseller, The Da Vinci Code, for … Continue reading

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Mass Amnesty

According to Catholic News Agency, Sean Cardinal O’Malley, along with a group of liberal activist Catholic Bishops, recently celebrated Mass at the U.S./Mexican border in support of American immigration amnesty legislation in which the Holy sacrifice of the Mass, along … Continue reading

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The Destruction of Marriage Project

The Destruction of Marriage Project   The lunatics have truly taken over the asylum when the marriage pact, the most ancient institution in human history – pre-dating government itself – and the bedrock foundation of all civilization is now being … Continue reading

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Catholics and Immigration (January 2010)

While I agree with much of what Lisa Fabrizio wrote in her article (The Catholic Case for Immigration Reform), I felt the need to clarify a few points about Catholics and immigration policy (with which I’m inclined to feel she … Continue reading

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Christian Testimony in Romeo and Juliet (November 2007)

There are many themes evident in Shakespeare’s tragedy Romeo and Juliet: love, hate, youth, death, honor, fate, and conflict to name but a few.  There is another theme, however, which can be discerned throughout the play and is more easily … Continue reading

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On the Galilee: Christian Themes and Imagery in Elia Kazan’s On the Waterfront (December 2007)

The award winning film, On the Waterfront, like all great Christian tales, is a story of personal redemption; it is also the classical heroic story of one man’s struggle to triumph over evil.   As a Christian hero, for the protagonist … Continue reading

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Darwin’s Lapdog Thinks You’re an ID-iot! (November 2007)

In his recent column on Humanevents.com Mac Johnson, a man whose writing I’ve always admired, claimed that the concept of Intelligent Design is a “really, really bad idea –scientifically, politically, and theologically.”  He attacked ID using the usual list of … Continue reading

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