Archives for February 2016

Elsewhere: paying their fair share

Government costs a lot of money, in its administration and its programs for the common good. As Catholic citizens, we have a moral responsibility to pay taxes — to pay our “fair share.” This ever-popular topic is once again in the spotlight as we hear from presidential hopefuls during this tax season. One of the […]

Elsewhere: St. Louis Girl Scouts

We have always loved the Girl Scouts. Many of us (including myself) have daughters who were (or are) scouts. Many of their moms were too. Who can forget the logistics of the cookie drive (we all have our favorite types of Girl Scout cookies too)? Most of all, we treasure the memories and Christian values […]

7 Quick Takes Friday (set #194)

This week: The Diocese of Phoenix released a “short film” on the masculinity crisis in today’s society. Chris Stefaneck tells us why we are “a bigger deal” than we think. It is Lent now, but “Sunday’s Comin’.” Another amazing cloud formation. Peter Kreeft argues for the existence of God from the reality of morality, good […]


The United States immigration system could use improvement, but is not as unjust or restrictive as many believe. A very strong case can be made for the exact opposite. Did you know that our foreign-born population has tripled following the 1965 Hart-Cellar immigration act? Per US census data, in only 4 decades from 1970 it […]

7 Quick Takes Friday (set #193)

This week: The latest issue of New Evangelists Monthly awaits your perusal. Another outrageous Planned Parenthood video. Pro-aborts are furious that a Super Bowl commercial “humanized” a (human) fetus. Christian genocide is reaching record numbers. Meanwhile, we are focusing our military on the environment. Prager University takes a look at “climate change” claims and abatement […]

New Evangelists Monthly – February 2016, Issue #38

Enjoy this month’s edition of New Evangelists Monthly – an informal, dynamic, crowd-sourced “meta-magazine” showcasing the best posts faithful Catholic bloggers. In this and every issue, you will find many different, but faithfully Catholic viewpoints, insights and perspectives.

From the archive (set #15)

Tomorrow is time for New Evangelists Monthly to begin a new edition. Today, I would like to bring to your attention 3 original, brief essays that you may have missed. If you don’t have time to read all three, I especially recommend the first one — Only prayer. I also believe that while it as […]