Knowing the answer

It’s becoming more difficult to profess our faith in public settings. There are so many teachings, so many issues, so many questions – it’s often easier to slink back into the shadows instead of defend the Church. There are, of course, times when we need to muster the courage to Read more…

The Clash of Wills

It’s no secret that our society is a polarized, battleground of opinion. In 2005, the future Pope Benedict gave a warning, “We are moving toward a dictatorship of relativism which does not recognize anything as for certain and which has as its highest goal one’s own ego and one’s own desires.” Read more…

Man’s heart

As men, do we understand our own heart? What calls to us? What do we desire? What gets our heart racing? What does it yearn for? In the book, Wild At Heart, John Eldredge argues that men today don’t know the answers to these questions. We have forgotten what it Read more…

The Search

Yesterday, we had a pretty heavy story about the last judgment. It ultimately leaves us with this reminder of our call to be spiritual leaders for our families and those around us. Being a spiritual leader sounds good and all, but how the heck are we supposed to do that? Read more…

No Pain, No Gain

Growth requires pain. (Or, at least discomfort). When learning a new language, it can be painful. It can be frustrating, but you know suffering through is how you learn. If you’re working out, there’s an assumption that it’s going to hurt a little bit. It’s going to be uncomfortable. Really Read more…