Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Our choices end where another’s more fundamental right begins

Finally, be wary of candidates who assume to take upon themselves the role of defining what Catholics believe or should believe. Unfortunately, the vice-presidential debate revealed that the Catholic running for the second highest office in our land is an orthodox member of his party, fulling embracing his party’s platform, but a cafeteria Catholic, picking and choosing the teachings of the Catholic Church that are politically convenient.

For more: http://theleaven.org/our-choices-end-where-anothers-more-fundamental-right-begins/

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

WikiLeaks: Podesta and Left-Wing Activist Plot ‘Catholic Spring’

“There needs to be a Catholic Spring, in which Catholics themselves demand the end of a middle ages dictatorship and the beginning of a little democracy and respect for gender equality in the Catholic Church,” Sandy Newman, president and founder of the progressive nonprofit Voices for Progress, writes to Podesta in an email titled “opening for a Catholic Spring? just musing.”


Saturday, October 8, 2016

Catholic Athletes for Christ

Not to long ago, I had the opportunity to meet the founder of Catholic Athletes for Christ. 

 Their mission: 

 CAC’s mission is to serve Catholic athletes and share the Gospel of Christ in and through athletics.

Their goal:

CAC’s goal is to provide an integrated network of sports oriented clergy and lay people to serve Catholic athletes, coaches, and staff in the practice of their faith and to utilize the unique platform given to them to reach the world for Jesus Christ and His Church. 

  Check them out here:  http://www.catholicathletesforchrist.org/about-cac/backgroundmission/

Sunday, October 2, 2016

Vote as a Catholic with a Catholic Moral Vision

Satan is no idiot. He has successfully convinced most Catholics that moral issues are political issues. And in so doing he has successfully shut down a huge amount of moral exhortation and reflection. This is especially true in a political season such as this, when the distinctions between the candidates on critical moral issues could not be clearer or sharper.