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What I Don’t Like About Catholicism: All the Advice

A major criticism that I have with Catholicism is the insurmountable amount of good advice. While talking to my spiritual director he tells me to pray the Rosary, yet when I speak with acquaintances, they tell me to pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet. Which is right? Here I am a couple of weeks into Exodus90 and I’ve been struggling greatly with the...

02 21 2019

Craft Beer and Catholic Teaching: Drink Up, Gents

What’s the deal with craft beer? Why does everyone suddenly love craft beer? How can it be that in 1978, there were 89 breweries in the US, but now, there are over 5,300? Why are microbreweries, craft beer companies, and brewpubs opening left and right? Why has production by US microbreweries seen an increase of more than 500% since 2004 [1]? And...

05 17 2018

Catholicism Has Always Been a Liberator of Women

Prior to Christianity, women were 2nd class citizens. We see some of this evidenced in Scripture, but non-biblical sources provide even more details about the plight of women prior to Christianity. Whether you study Judaism, Confucianism, Hinduism or any other world religion or culture, women were at best, objectified in the 1st Century. Women were...

02 16 2018

Reflections on Christmas from A Convert’s Perspective

G.K. Chesterton once said, “There is no more dangerous or disgusting habit than that of celebrating Christmas before it comes... It is the very essence of a festival that it breaks upon one brilliantly and abruptly, that at one moment the great day is not and the next moment the great day is.” As a convert to The One True Faith from American...

01 05 2018

Dialoguing with Muslims: Where to Start?

“If someone had invited him to their church, would he have still gone out and done what he did?”  A good friend of mine posed that question to me recently about Sayfullo Saipov, the Muslim man charged with murdering eight people in the recent Manhattan terror attack.  My friend’s own answer to the question: “I don’t think that he would ...

11 10 2017

Protected: An Interview w/ the Resident Catholic Monarchist of the Daily Wire: Paul Bois

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10 11 2017

To The Church In America: Now Is Not The Time To Cower

From the earliest days of his pontificate, Pope John Paul II exhorted the Church: “Do not be afraid.”  The subsequent events of his pontificate made it clear that, far from merely instructing the faithful in this way, John Paul II also lived those words.  Given the present state of our nation, the earnestness with which the Church in America ...

09 01 2017

Reclaiming the Catholic Worldview

The Gospel conquers, fulfills, and transforms all of reality.  Far from merely offering a path of moral conduct, Christ brings the fullness of truth and life.  Accepting him means becoming more fully human in every aspect of our being.  Therefore, conversion necessarily includes allowing the Gospel to touch and transform o...

09 18 2016

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