When I became a Man, This guy speaks the truth!

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When I became a man… This guy needs to be heard

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When I became a man… This guy needs to be heard

How do you define manhood? How do you define success in life? This guy knows what he’s talking about. Time for us to listen.

“Birth Control” kills

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Scientific evidence is clear, taking artificial hormones for the purpose of contraception is dangerous and is often deadly. This is not empty rhetoric, this is scientific fact. The “sexual revolution” has done nothing but harm women. 


Vanity Fair’s “Danger in the Ring” (found here) is a telling story about the dangers of our contraception culture. It is a must read. 

Meet Pope Francis’ big brother!

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In 1984, Pope Blessed John Paul II visited a leper colony in South Korea. There he embraced the 800 lepers, kissing them and showing them the love of Christ.

Catholic families are wonderful!

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Catholic families are wonderful!

Ever heard someone spout off about how it is irresponsible for people to have large families? There are even groups out there that argue that the only morally responsible act of humans regarding procreation is that we should intentionally cause ourselves to go extinct so that the earth can continue. Well, Dad received a lot of ignorant comments about having 10 kids. Inspired by his resolve to accept the children God sent him and to raise us all in the faith, I offer this meme. Enjoy!

Happy Holidays! (A meme by me to help you remember)

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Soon we will be barraged with rhetoric about the “War on Christmas” because someone wishes us “Happy Holidays.” As Catholics, Christmas does not begin until the Vigil on the 24th of December (Christmas Eve). Before that, we are in the season of Advent. A time of preparation, of supplication, of penance, of prayer. To wish others a Merry Christmas, though well-intentioned, ignores a very important time in our Catholic faith and our spiritual lives. We must prepare ourselves spiritually to receive Jesus Christ, the bearer of the Gospel message. The Christian life is not easy, the message brought by Christ challenges everything about what it means to be human. Even the disciples proclaimed: “This saying is hard; who can accept it?” (John 6:60). If we do not properly prepare ourselves for the Coming of Christ, we will not be ready to receive him into our hearts and lives. We will leave him in the cold, shuttering, alone and rejected. When he comes there will be no room for him just as it was so many years ago when his mother and father were left without a proper place to bring him into the world. Do not be so rushed to usher in Christmas; Christ will come just the same. But, will you be ready for him? If you do not take this Advent season to prepare then perhaps you will be the one who, when his parents knock, tells them “We have no room.”

Wishing others a “Happy Holidays” is not an attack on Christmas at all, but rather, a recognition of the Advent season and other days of observance in preparation for the coming of Christ. Once Christmas arrives, wish one another a Merry Christmas, but until then, let’s not forget the fullness of this holy time of year.

The Four Sundays of Advent
December 8 – Immaculate Conception
December 12 – Our Lady of Guadalupe
December 25 – Birth of Our Lord
December 28 – Holy Innocents
December 29 – Holy Family
January 1 – Mary, Mother of God
January 3 – Holy Name of Jesus
January 6 – Epiphany
January 12 – Baptism of the Lord

For Catholics, until we get to December 24th/25th, we should all wish one another Happy Holidays or Blessed Advent!

God’s Peace be with you all!