What does it say about us when a company blasphemes the name of Jesus in order to sell beer in mainstream markets—and succeeds?
Locking the doors to Catholic chapels on military bases? The shutdown reveals President Obama’s priorities—and religious freedom isn’t one of them.
For James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence, to play on the fears of ordinary Americans by throwing mud on his own intelligence professionals is reprehensible.
Life got you down? A little perspective–and gratitude–helps. Just ask Army Lt. Nick Vogt.
NOTE: This post was originally published February 28, 2012, accidentally deleted, and is now restored. (Original comments were lost when the post was accidentally deleted.) GSUSA CEO Anna Maria Chavez recently sent a letter introducing herself to U.S. Catholic Bishops and Church officials. In it, she speaks generally of the influence of her childhood “faith”…
Three-eighty-nine for a coffee? In one Starbucks in North Carolina, at least, it’s a spectacular value.
“Burdened.” Not a word typically linked with the first few days of the new year. More likely we think about a fresh start, firm resolutions, or even diets. Why begin the year talking about our burdens? The Magnificat, my handy prayer companion day in and day out, brought me these words on this first evening…