6 results founded: family
  • 6 articles
  • 0 events

Why I Don’t Write About Women & the Home

My interest in writing about what is clumsily called “men’s issues” happened accidentally.  I started working for Fraternus almost a decade ago and we started publishing newsletters for volunteers.  Fraternus trains men to mentor boys, but it became obvious early on that the harder issue was not “reaching boys”, but in having mentors wo...

08 11 2017

There Are No Life Hacks

As the modern age was finally settling in to its total domination over the world, small groups of Catholics like G.K. Chesterton and Hillaire Belloc were sounding the alarm that our destruction was imminent.   One of their greatest fears, and the reason so much of their writing was a mystical mix of economic and philosophical theory, was that the...

07 18 2017

As The Family So The Church

Mr. Brian Jones The political philosopher Alasdair MacIntyre once observed that the contemporary breakdown of communal and familial life in the West is frequently attributed to the wrong cause. Many commentators have argued that the disintegration of our culture, and its rapidly increased secularizing power, has been the result of the loss of re...

01 23 2017

Porn’s Attack on Marriage and Family Life

For most young men and women, getting married and starting a family is a life goal. Unfortunately many who are regular users of Internet pornography and/or cybersex aren’t aware of how this could sabotage their plans. Research has shown that pornography is tearing apart marriages and families, leaving many victims in its wake. How Men and Women ...

12 28 2016

Old Lessons for the New Evangelization

I hope you are not completely exhausted from the phrase “the new evangelization”. If you are, I understand. It’s become a phrase that can be just noise or a label slapped on anything. Like a corporation changing its logo to green to join the “green movement”, Catholic initiatives can slap “new evangelization” on basically anything the...

02 24 2016

Giving Thanks Like a Man

Every father should remember on Thanksgiving Day what it is that he is the father of: a family. A family is a unit of culture, and a Catholic family is a unit of Catholic culture. The challenge of every Catholic family and every Catholic father is to preserve and reflect the life of the Mystical Body of Christ. The source and center of this life is...

By Mr. Sean Fitzpatrick 11 26 2015

No results