This may just be a meaningless blip. Hard to know. I will say that among young people there does tend to be some pushback all of a sudden. I don’t think it’s based on a big return to traditional Christianity but more a reaction to getting the LGBT agenda pushed on them so incessantly by those in authority and rejecting it.

According to Gallup, The number of Americans who says same-sex relations are morally acceptable dropped to 64%, down from 71%, just in the past year.


I do believe that there will eventually be a return to more traditional Christianity and Catholicism, in particular. I don’t sense that we’re there yet. I just think the media and the state have overplayed their hands in pushing the rainbow down everyone’s throats.

Just in the past week, you’ve had the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence being honored by the LA Dodgers, tthe White House hoisting the Pride Flag in a place of supremacy over the country’s flag, and a Christian was arrested for reading the Bible out loud at a Pride Parade.

I think people are beginning to push back a bit. They’re looking for a return to sanity. They’re questioning. Just a little bit. Don’t get me wrong they still want birth control for everyone, easy divorce, and no strings sex. But there is a sense that something is off and they know it. And men dressed as nuns is a pretty easy problem to spot.

So, in short, the question is whether this is something or just a blip. I’m hoping it’s something.

In this time when people begin questioning, they require strong people of faith to be willing to espouse their beliefs publicly. Let’s share our faith no matter what the world says.

“The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.”