The stress levels surrounding the recent presidential election were unprecedented. Voters from both sides of the aisle hoped and prayed
Want to become excited about the next generation of Church laity? Want a shot of optimism about how the corporate
My wife told me last night that she is considering deleting Facebook until after the election. I think that’s probably
I am very grateful for Bishop Robert Barron. In one of his YouTube videos, he gave the best definition of
“What does it matter what religion you are?”, he asked as he rifled through our second basket of tortilla chips.
If you’re like me, you’re serious about life. I’m a planner. My wife calls me Mr. List (among other things).
“Yeah, right.” Now be careful, I actually heard someone think that. One of the most addictive things about writing is
“For I know well the plans I have in mind for you, says the Lord, plans for your welfare,
The Golden Rule. We can all repeat it to others, and we are quick to point out when it is
Every September 11th, we reflect on the events of 9/11/01. When I first published this piece, it was the 14th