For those of you who have been stopping by, and wondering why my blog has been inactive for several months, the reason is quite simple--I've been too active. Or better, active in other areas, writing books and working on my EWTN series Saints vs Scoundrels. If that weren't enough to do, I'm also a Professor of Political Science at Franciscan University.
But now, it's back to blogging. I'll be telling you about my newest book, just out, called In Defense of Nature (Emmaus). And coming up in August, I'll have another book, 12 Things You Need to Know about the Reformation, just in time for the 500th anniversary of Luther's legendary nailing of his 95 Theses to the door of the Wittenberg Castle church in 1517, the event that sparked the Reformation (Regnery).
Please see my book page for more about both, and keep your eye open for the arrival of new blog posts coming your way.
The 2016 Democrat Party Platform, for the first time, is demanding the repeal of the Hyde Amendment. If the Democrats are successful, your tax dollars will pay for any abortion for any reason . . .
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I think it’s fair to say that people are finding this presidential election rather disturbing. Very few of us will be casting our votes for a candidate. Most of us will be casting our votes against a candidate. The caliber of the choices we’ve been handed are, to say it politely, rather dismal. To make matters worse, these dismal choices seem to reflect our overall dismal political, social, moral, economic, and spiritual situation. Things have gotten so hopelessly bad, it would seem, that we don’t have a prayer.
But in fact, we do have a prayer, a very familiar one. It may be the only thing we really do have that will do some real good, and bring some much-needed light to our darkening landscape. Here it goes—with a little commentary for our time....It's the Our Father . . .
Please see the full blog post at tothesource.com.