The American Moral Compass… Is Lost


Image via Wikipedia The moral compass of America is lost, we live is a nation that allows the murder of the unborn, elderly and sick. We live in a nation that allows our youth to get abortions on demand but need a parent to sign a waiver to get ear piercings. The morning after pill is … Continue reading The American Moral Compass… Is Lost

American short term memory loss


Image by wmrice via Flickr The American people have a tendency to forget quickly…. This past November we held local, state and national elections all over our great nation. Overwhelmingly we voted for conservatives,  we told the powers that that be that we no longer wanted our government to spend our money freely, that we … Continue reading American short term memory loss

Free Speech and a Teacher


Image via Wikipedia In the news this past week is a story about a teacher who's blog has hit a nerve… She used her personal blog to criticize her students and fellow teachers, she never named names, didn’t say what school she worked at and didn’t give her own name. Yet the school saw fit … Continue reading Free Speech and a Teacher

Top 5 reading list


Cover of Oh, the Places You'll Go! “You are what you read” this is a quote from Mathew Kelly, a Catholic speaker and author, one that I would recommend everyone should listen to and read. (website) I agree with Mathew, reading is one of the most important activities anyone can do. What we read will … Continue reading Top 5 reading list

Is this you?


Question: With all the modern technology, are we truly better off? Answer: No, we have become a society of social networks and emails and text but have lost the art of personal relationships Take time to enjoy, turn off the Smartphone's and emails and learn to live life   The single biggest problem in communication … Continue reading Is this you?

Church and America


Image via Wikipedia It is often said that America is becoming more and more like Europe, less religious more secular. And more than not we accept this. All we have to do is look around us, listen to the news or watch TV. The American pop culture is non-religious, the news tells us we are … Continue reading Church and America

Approval of Obama


With Obama half way through his first (and I hope and pray Last) term as President, lets see how well he is going Over all its 46% approve and 44% disapprove, basically a tie… But looking at the party lines, I think we see more of the picture, only 14% of republicans approve of Mr. … Continue reading Approval of Obama

Lessons for a Centurion


“Surely he was the Son of God!”  Matthew 27:54 The above quote is from the Gospel of Matthew. It is a simple quote, only 7 words, but the depth of the statement has sounded through-out history. It transcends time and is forever resonating in all times. Last night I read this passage, and for the … Continue reading Lessons for a Centurion

Happy Birthday President Reagan


Image via Wikipedia (Source) Ronald Wilson Reagan (/ˈrɑnəld ˈwɪlsən ˈreɪgən/; February 6, 1911 – June 5, 2004) was the 40th President of the United States (1981–1989) and the 33rd Governor of California (1967–1975).[1] Reagan was born in Tampico in Whiteside County, Illinois, reared in Dixon in Lee County, Illinois, and educated at Eureka College in … Continue reading Happy Birthday President Reagan