As a lifelong Catholic who loves the Church, defends her publicly, and tries my best to follow her teachings, I have observed a phenomenon over the years. It has become very obvious to me that some of my brothers and sisters in the Church have a serious moral superiority complex in regards to other Christian … Continue reading Christians Need to Love One Another
Disagreement does not equal hate
"He has now been gathered by the Lord, in whom he trusted."Those are the words of Fr. George Butler, who administered the last rites of the Church on Thursday to one Richard John Neuhaus.At age 72, the former Lutheran clergyman turned Catholic priest died after a short battle against the cancer with which he had … Continue reading New life in death for a moral compass
There are many people in this world, especially right here in the United States, who would describe themselves if pushed into a corner as Christians.However, many would have to almost literally be pushed into that corner and have a knife held to their throat to admit it. You might then even get their denomination: Catholic, … Continue reading Embarrassed about Christ?