Click here to see how these men honored God as they were pulled from the mine.
The following article can be found on the website of today's New York Post: Don't Blame me for gay teen suicides Do I have blood on my hands? Major gay-rights groups are saying so. Each of us who opposes gay mar riage, they say, is responsible for the terrible and tragic suicides of gay teens that [...]
The story of the trapped Chilean miners has captured the hearts and minds of people across the world. Since their rescue last week, these men have left no doubt that God played an enormous role during their 69-day entrapment. Before these men were found, they drew water from two oil drums that were full of water [...]
There have been many reports this week about the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to hear a case involving the Westboro Baptist Church. In 2006, members of the church led an obscene demonstration outside a Catholic church where a funeral service for a slain Marine took place. The question before the court is whether this protest is [...]
A stunning example of the way dissident Catholics think was recently brought to our attention. Last August, Ian Brennan, co-creator of the Fox program, "Glee," was honored by Catholics in Media Associates; this is the same group that liked the show which the Catholic League killed in the 1990s, "Nothing Sacred." Here is a selection of [...]
In yesterday's New York Times, there was a story about a teacher who moonlights as a prostitute (she's been moved to a new school, another example of "passing the trash") though she was not called a prostitute—she was labeled a "sex worker." But today columnist Bob Herbert is upset with New York gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino for [...]
When John Roberts was picked to be the fourth Catholic on the U.S. Supreme Court, Catholic bashers went nuts. Ditto when Samuel Alito was nominated to be the fifth Catholic. Yet they were silent when Sonia Sotomayor was chosen to be the sixth Catholic. Is that because she was considered reliably liberal, and therefore not really [...]
Robert W. Wilson gave New York City Catholic schools $2.7 million in 2008, and has now given another $5.6 million. But it's not just his generosity that is so remarkable: Wilson is not Catholic. Indeed, he is an atheist. So why does he give? Because Catholic schools do a better job than "the union-controlled inner-city schools," [...]