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June 2017

Pope Francis Joins Religious Leaders in Plea to #Make Friends

(The Times of Isreal) In a three-minute video made in partnership with Twitter, the petitioners — including Pope Francis, Former UK Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, the Dalai Lama and Egyptian Grand Mufti Shawki Allam — disseminated their message in 16… Continue Reading →

Loving the LGBTQ Community Means Not Accepting Them

For the anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting, Fr. James Martin reflected on the Church’s treatment of the LGBTQ community. He said, “In my almost 30 years as a Jesuit, I have heard the most appalling stories of LGBTQ people… Continue Reading →

Cities that Can’t Afford to Fight Rape and Murder are Spending $100,000 to Turn Sidewalks Gay

When Atheists Tell Christians How to be Christian

It’s About Time Facebook Showed Some Support for the Noahic Covenant!

The Wonder Woman Movie We Deserve

Bringing the pages of a comic book to life on screen can be a herculean task, one of which our technology has only recently become capable. Burton’s 1989 “Batman” made do with the limitations of its time and even restored… Continue Reading →

Celebrating Pride Month?

Our Declaration of Independence from Tyranny Requires a Declaration of Dependence on God

“Given a freedom which is independent of God, independent of moral law, independent of inalienable rights as the endowment of the Divine Spirit, and America could note itself out of democracy tomorrow. How can we continue to be free unless… Continue Reading →

Are Catholics Morally Obligated to Vaccinate?

Perhaps one of the most polarizing topics in the universe is that of vaccines.  Secular humanists, Catholics, Libertarians, Democrats, and everyone in between have come to divisive conclusions concerning the topic. Read the plentiful online vaccine commentary, or even engage… Continue Reading →

Meanwhile in the “Dark Ages”

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