Much has already been said about the life of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, but I don’t think it has captured the true importance of the man. Scalia was much more than just another conservative vote on the Court. In a way, he was American democracy’s sole boast in this … [Read more...] about Lessons From The Life of Antonin Scalia
The Catholic bishops have gathered in Rome to kick off the Synod of Bishops XIV Ordinary General Assembly. The topic is the family. In the 2014 Synod was plagued by controversy. First, Cardinal Kaspar floated a proposal that would have allowed Catholics who have been divorced … [Read more...] about Pray For The Bishops At The Synod
Pope Francis is an enigma. On the one hand, he is known for ambiguous statements such as “who am I to judge?” that can be interpreted completely in line with traditional Catholic teachings, but which can also interpreted as signaling a relaxation of those teachings. On the other … [Read more...] about What Is Pope Francis Up To?