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Joseph and the Lessons of Power

The book of Genesis tells us the story of Joseph, the son of Jacob, who lived in Canaan with his father and his brothers and had the God given ability to interpret dreams. His brothers, motivated by jealousy, decide to… Continue Reading →

Aloysius Stepinac

During his period as coadjutor archbishop and as Archbishop of Zagreb up to the German-led Axis invasion of Yugoslavia in April 1941, Stepinac made his views clear on a number of political and religious issues. Foremost among these statements were… Continue Reading →

The Surprising Story of the Church, Squanto, and the First Thanksgiving

What most people believe about Thanksgiving is a variation on what I was taught in public school in the 1960s. The Pilgrims came to Plymouth on a ship called the Mayflower. They were the first English settlers in America. They… Continue Reading →

Obama and the Enemies of Truth

Obama in his book Dreams of my Father said he chose his friends carefully; the Marxist professors and the structural feminist. He also said that Islam is a religion of peace, that the Koran is holy, and that no one… Continue Reading →

10 Points on Deaconesses

With the campaign to abolish the concept of sex and sexual differences from US politicians in full swing, it’s a wonder why Pope Francis would even broach the topic of women deacons, or deaconesses, but he has, prompting a possible… Continue Reading →

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