Eavesdropping at the Cafe & the Year of Faith

True story. As I was working away at a coffee shop this week, I could not help but overhear a nearby conversation. I promise, I don’t make a habit of eavesdropping, but it’s hard to block out a loud conversation when you hear passionate phrases such as: “If the HHS mandate is only affecting Catholics, […]


Some Thoughts on the Redefinition of Marriage

If you frequent Catholic blogs, you might have noticed the uproar caused by President Obama’s endorsement of homosexual “marriage.” As is the case with practically every other social issue of our time, we Catholics find ourselves in that awkward position of being in clear opposition to the world. This is not something new and we […]

What does the Catholic Church teach on homosexuality?

The problem with the discussion over so-called “same-sex marriages” is that it has lost all rational grounds and has become simply an issue of ideological propaganda. This is proven by the ever more common practice of calling anyone who opposes these unions a homophobe. This is a fallacy. The fact that people who hate homosexuals […]

Catholic Teaching vs. Homosexual Ideology

Hopefully, my previous post will suffice to make clear that the Catholic Church does not hate nor discriminate homosexuals.  The question remains, however, as to whether what the Church teaches is better than what homosexual (or gender) ideology does.  In this post, I sustain that it is indeed better. Contrary to popular belief, the stance […]

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