Eternal Vigilance Family Police: when your children are invited to another home, ask the host parents whether they would be watching TV, and if so, what would it be. This will cause the other parents to pay closer attention to what they will expose your children to.
Put the House in Order From time to time one must put the house in order: clean it up, fix it up, take out the trash and the things which are useless and unnecessary. This way, one can live better and happier.
The Baby Birds and Bees A recent article by Associated Press stated that a certain King Middle School in Portland, Maine decided to make birth control pills available for its students. That’s right, Middle School.
The Apostolate of Being Words are not enough. In order to live sanctity we need living models. For that reason, God the Father sent us his son, Jesus. He also invites us to mirror Christ. Indeed, the greatest apostolate is to embody Jesus Christ as perfectly as possible.
More than I Want to Know If we were to listen to what goes on in the locker room at halftime of a NBA game, either television folks would have to do a lot of bleeping or we would have to develop a new tolerance for profanity. Surely, neither would make the game more enjoyable.
Immaculate Conception Young girl of faith from Galilee: so human, so prone to motherhood, craving life, yearning Yahweh to see a world more softened.
Marian Strategy Apostolic mission: the role of the Rosary prayer when pursuing holiness.
And Now, a Word from Whose Sponsors? “Appropriate” is a word that has fallen out of use – and application. Advertisers and television networks ought to exercise a little judgment about what is proper to show.
The Vocation of Mary This is a festival of the mother of God whose skin is brown, red, and yellow as well as white. This is also a day to celebrate the diversity that God, the Creator has gifted us with.
A Contemporary Christmas Carol Each one of us has this time of Christmas to discover someone in need, someone who is sad, someone who is looking for Christ. And so often we learn that we really don’t have to look that far.