Wherever there is a confessional, there is hope for fallen man. Wherever there is a tabernacle, there is hope for the human race. Wherever there is a priest. There. Is. Hope. As Pope St. John Paul II said, “We are an Easter People.” We must share the hope of the resurrection of Christ with all, and proclaim Alleluia instead of damnation, hope instead of despair, and — for me — the love of the Sacred Heart instead of the ruin of Satan. That, friends, dear readers, is the message that will bring down the prison bars of gender and sexuality theories that are not the truth.
Hello again, dear readers. It has been far too long. I hope June is going well for everyone. June is a significant month for many people. Many are celebrating gay pride this month. During the month of June, many people go to pride parades or festivals, and some people seize the opportunity to “come out […]
As I am starting to write this, it is 10:45 PM on Friday night, the night before my parents are due to leave for their first real vacation since 2010. They are going to Spring Training, and they’ve worked incredibly hard and they deserve it. However, some of the events of the evening leading up […]