January 17-21: Urgent Read

It has come to my attention that not everyone is as inundated with the news as I am. The FBI has issued warnings for VIOLENT protests in all 50 states. A man was arrested in Florida with weapons, and one in DC had 500 rounds of ammo. Michigan and Minnesota have known threats TODAY. (January... Continue Reading →

On January 7th: Crying in the Wilderness

It’s a gloomy, quiet morning here as the chaos and uncertainty of yesterday’s events, stilled only by police and a curfew, have turned into the final stroke of legal pronouncement of Joe Biden as president. There’s this joy and peace in the quiet, still morning feeling, but the grief that yesterday came to what it... Continue Reading →

New Year’s Eve

I know sometimes it feels like everything is dark, like there is nothing to hope for or live for. If you are sinking tonight, let me hold you. I’m so sorry for what you have been through this year. I’m sorry. I know it hurts. Let me stroke your hair as you weep into your... Continue Reading →

The Catholic Case for Biden

Last week, I was kindly invited to offer a Catholic Case for Biden to be opposite The Catholic Case for Trump. It was a very intense post to write for me. I worked very hard to keep attacks on Trump as low as possible, and to cite Church social teaching as accurately as possible. I... Continue Reading →

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