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A Simple and Public Act of Faith

“Our behavior will be the proving ground of our deepest convictions.  This firmness in the Faith is often an excellent testimony to the beliefs of the Christian.  In some cases it can cause people to begin their return to the House of the Father” (Francis Fernandez; In Conversation with God). Several weeks ago I had lunch with one of my new clients, […]

Photograph © by Andy Coan

The Sign of the Cross

Our behavior will be the proving ground of our deepest convictions.  This firmness in the Faith is often an excellent testimony to the beliefs of the Christian.  In some cases it can cause people to begin their return to the House of the Father. – Francis Fernandez (In Conversation with God) Several weeks ago I had lunch with one of […]

This past fall, at the opening Mass of the Year of Faith in Rome, Pope Benedict XVI presented Kathryn Lopez with a message to women throughout the world.

Living a Life of Joyful Witness: An Interview with Editor and Syndicated Columnist Kathryn Lopez

Over the last few years, I have had a few opportunities to interact with Kathryn Lopez as she has interviewed me about topics related to my books.  But the opinion I have formed about Kathryn is more heavily influenced by her outstanding writing and editing work for various publications and websites.  Kathryn is longtime editor and now editor-at-large of National […]

The Do’s and Don’ts of Building a Culture of Life by Archbishop Chaput

I came across this outstanding talk given by Archbishop Chaput of Denver on the “Do’s and Don’ts” of building a Culture of Life.  This is about as clear as it gets from one of the bravest voices in the Church today.  Please read and share your comments/thoughts below. Building a Culture of Life Feb. 25, 2011 (Fargo, ND) – Archbishop […]

Daily Quote from Archbishop Chaput

People who take the question of human truth, freedom and meaning seriously will never remain silent about it. They can’t. They’ll always act on what they believe, even at the cost of their reputations and lives. That’s the way it should be. Religious faith is always personal, but it’s never private. It always has social consequences, or it isn’t real. […]