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Looking for Hope? Read “Faith Under Fire: Dramatic Stories of Christian Courage.”

Faith Under Fire: Dramatic Stories of Christian Courage celebrates the lives of eighteen Christian men, women, and children who chose to do what they knew to be right, even if the rest of the world hated them for it. Read… Continue Reading →

Official USF Apparel Featuring Rainbow Flag CA

I am a University of San Francisco Don. This popped up in my Facebook feed this morning. The product description is “University Of San Francisco – Logo With Gay Pride Flag.” It seems the apparel is “officially licensed.” There are… Continue Reading →

It’s Open Season on Abortion Laws

In the past decade there has been great progress in protecting the unborn at the state level. The U.S. Supreme Court just did everything they could to stop that. Five Supreme Court legislators (which let’s face it, that’s what they… Continue Reading →

18 Inspiring Stories of Christian Courage

My first book titled “Faith Under Fire: Dramatic Stories of Christian Courage” is now out. It celebrates the lives of eighteen modern Christian men, women, and children who chose to do what they knew to be right, even if the… Continue Reading →

Muhamad Ali vs. the Little Sisters of the Poor

Interestingly, many who are praising Ali today for his stance for religious freedom as a conscientious objector are the same ones working to undermine and dismantle those very freedoms. As Rabbi Michael Lerner said at Ali’s funeral , “the way… Continue Reading →

“I Will Go for Her.” The Amazing Story of A Polish Martyr

Blessed Marianna Biernacka is described in many reports as leading a “simple” life. But it’s my experience that there are really no simple lives. Marianna knew heartbreak. She knew fear. She knew backbreaking work. She knew loss. And she knew… Continue Reading →

Genetic Engineering and Building a Better Soldier: Captain America vs. Ironman

*subhead*Use things, not people.*subhead* COMMENTARY: Volunteering our bodies for non-therapeutic enhancement and experimentation isn’t patriotic. I will admit the question was loaded. I asked various Catholics, through my blog and social media, who was a better role model: Captain America… Continue Reading →

Uterus Transplants are “Supremely Risky”

*subhead*Try it first. See how the kids turn out later.*subhead* It was a first in the United States. A woman, only identified as Lindsey, received a uterus from a deceased woman. Lindsey was born without a uterus, and she was… Continue Reading →

Genetically Engineered Language: Propaganda Colors Public Perception

*subhead*Remove head from sand.*subhead* A recent headline in the United Kingdom’s Independent shouts that the first genetically modified human embryos could be created in Britain in just a few weeks. The article by Steve Connor reported that scientists have submitted… Continue Reading →

The Biological Arms Race No One Can Win

*subhead*It is up to you.*subhead* I have been going to physical therapy a lot this past year. One kid has had two knee surgeries, another a shoulder injury, and my back has finally decided that having four kids wasn’t so… Continue Reading →

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