Work - Plow

Man’s very nature is to avoid work.  Unfortunately, man also has to eat and provide for his family.  Further, the spiritual dangers presented by idle hands and minds – especially when they have internet access – are all too apparent.  Recognizing this, the Church, via the Saints and Sacred Scripture, have praised the importance and necessity of work throughout the ages.  What follows is incendiary in nature – but fully founded on Truth. I’ll Just “Depend on God” We’ve all heard people say this before.  Oftentimes it is followed with a remark about having enough faith.  We are in fact told to trust in GodRead More →

Disappointment - Sanger

Our country has truly embraced a diabolical stance.  The latest disappointment is the most damning evidence:  despite multiple videos showing that Planned Parenthood sells parts of the babies it kills for a profit, Congress blocked an attempt to prevent funding via government (taxpayer) appropriations.  The part that causes the most disappointment – that I am not surprised. A Little Bit About Planned Parenthood The bedrock of my disappointment is the fact that Planned Parenthood was founded on – and still operates – under the guise of “helping women get medical care” when their real mode of operation is to exploit poor young minorities in theirRead More →

Infidel - Coexist

As a traditional Catholic, what can make you worse than an infidel?  In any study of scripture or of the Church Fathers’ teachings we easily find that money paves the road to perdition.  More specifically, it is the love of money that causes man’s downfall.  Many are also familiar with this verse on the subject: No man can serve two masters.  For either he will hate the one, and love the other:  or he will sustain the one, and despise the other.  You cannot serve God and mammon. – Matt 6:24 (DRA 1899) Most people cut to the end of that verse, “you cannot serveRead More →

Weep - First Communion

During Our Lord’s Passion, he comes across the women of Jerusalem weeping over how He was being treated.  In response, He says: “Daughters of Jerusalem, weep not over me; but weep for yourselves, and for your children.” – Luke 23:28, Douay-Rheims While it is not surprising that Jesus warned the women about their coming tribulations, it is telling that He told them to remember their children.  In the context of the ancient local languages, it is also evident that Our Lord was not just referring to the next generation, but to all descendants of the world’s inhabitants at that time.   Two-Sided Coin When weRead More →