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Hey Devil, You’re Fake News!

Last week for World Communications Day, Pope Francis released a statement saying that "fake news" is as old as the Garden of Eden. He urged the faithful to share information responsibly. He said that the spread of fake news leads to an increase of arrogance and hatred. He's right. Everyone went bananas about the statement. Fox,… Continue reading Hey Devil, You’re Fake News!

Catholic, Culture, saints

Hopes and Dreams for 2018

This post is part of the Catholic Women Blogging Network Blog Hop. Head over to the link up page to see what my other blogging buddies are looking forward to in the coming year. Well, folks, we've almost done it. 2017 has just about a half month left then we get to start over with… Continue reading Hopes and Dreams for 2018

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Merry Advent from the Family

All those (four) years ago during marriage prep, my husband and I were asked to discuss which holiday traditions we were each going to bring from our bio-families to incorporate into our new family. At the time, it seemed like a silly thing to waste precious time on, when I could be doing one of… Continue reading Merry Advent from the Family

Catholic, Culture, Parenting, Politics, saints

Non-toxic Masculinity

It ain't easy being male. Not that I would know, but lately being a wife and a boy-mom, I've had a lot of sympathy for the less-fair sex. Feminism ran rampant, going so far beyond its noble beginnings with woman's suffrage and ended up shaping our entire culture into a place where genuine masculinity is… Continue reading Non-toxic Masculinity

Catholic, Culture, saints

Augustine is not an excuse

Da mihi castitatem et continentiam, sed noli modo. -St.Augustine A few weeks back, the incorrigible Milo Yiannopolus* posted his side of an unpublished interview with the Jesuit magazine America. (reader discretion advised, it is, after all, Milo) The general gist of it seemed to be "Yeah, I am a bad Catholic, but that's okay. There were lots of… Continue reading Augustine is not an excuse