General Interest

My Daughter’s Journey to the Catholic Church (Dad’s Perspective)
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My Daughter’s Journey to the Catholic Church (Dad’s Perspective)

The Easter Vigil Mass at Saint Mary’s in Oxford, Ohio was the first Easter Vigil I ever attended. What I had always heard was the most solemn and beautiful Mass of the Catholic liturgy did not disappoint. The fact that my first born was Baptized and Confirmed into the Holy Catholic Church made this first experience only more awesome.

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Photos of My Daughter the New Catholic Catechumen
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Photos of My Daughter the New Catholic Catechumen

I truly enjoyed attending the Rite of Election on the First Sunday in Lent this year at the Church of The Immaculate Conception in Dayton, Ohio, where my oldest daughter, Daeleon, publicly declared her intention to enter the Church this coming Easter.

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Martin Luther King Jr. with his mentor Bayard Rustin; an openly gay black civil rights activist.
in General Interest

5 Reasons Why I Never Celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day

There are three holidays in the United States that are reserved to celebrate men – George Washington Day, Columbus Day, and Martin Luther King Jr. Day. I don’t celebrate any of them. I never have.

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My Critique and Review of Michael Voris’ Freemasonry Exposé
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My Critique and Review of Michael Voris’ Freemasonry Exposé

On September 21, 2013 Church Militant TV published this Faith Based Investigation (FBI) documentary (using that term loosely) about the Masonic Order. Because of its errors, what this video presents is an opportunity to help Catholics learn how to present a case against Freemasonry, without having to resort to the smell of cotton candy.

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AGENDA: Grinding America Down | Full Movie – Watch Now
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AGENDA: Grinding America Down | Full Movie – Watch Now

AGENDA: Grinding America Down is the definitive film that finally puts the pieces of the puzzle together. If you have ever wondered why America has been falling apart from within, you will love this movie. Please share with everyone you can and order a few copies to give to pastors, representatives, and conservative leaders. America needs to see this film!

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My Review and Critique of StrangeNotions.Com – The Digital Areopagus
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My Review and Critique of StrangeNotions.Com – The Digital Areopagus

Overall my review of Strange Notions is extremely high! I definitely recommend that you add Strange Notions to you favorites and make sure you send the link to anyone you know who might benefit from taking in some of the content there.

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Reflections on My Fatherhood: Is This Pre-Postpartum?
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Reflections on My Fatherhood: Is This Pre-Postpartum?

This is my second reflection leading up to Father’s Day on Sunday about the most cherished vocation that God has given me; to be the dad of three of the most amazing young ladies that I have ever known. I think I am struggling with the fact that my daughters are going to be independent adult women one, and that I may not have the same influence over their lives as I do now. I’m prayerfully working to be ok with that.

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Reflections on My Fatherhood: Being the High Priest
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Reflections on My Fatherhood: Being the High Priest

I thought I might use this week leading up to Father’s Day to reflect upon some aspects of the most cherished vocation that God has given me; to be the dad of three of the most amazing young ladies that I have ever known. One of the things I take most important in being a father is setting the example of being a man of prayer, thankfulness to God, and always ready to point my daugthers to Jesus for all their needs.

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Five Fun Things To Do During Sede Vacante
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Five Fun Things To Do During Sede Vacante

I came up with five other fun things that we Catholics can do in between getting headaches as we hear the latest liberal ranting about how the Catholic Church needs to change and accommodate the immoralities and bad theology of modern popular culture. You don’t have to do all of these things at once if you don’t want, or even in this order, but if you don’t do at least one you’ll wish you do once Sede Vacante is over. :D

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When Does Accommodating People Become A Sin?
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When Does Accommodating People Become A Sin?

As Christians we need to be on guard against the temptation of the world to get us to accommodate sin and immoral behavior. Inasmuch as everyone should be loved and accepted, we cannot love or accept everything everyone does.

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Top 10 Fun Things to do During your Priest’s Liberal Rant (Homily)
in General Interest, Reflections on Mass Readings

Top 10 Fun Things to do During your Priest’s Liberal Rant (Homily)

So what do you do when your priest uses the portion of Mass reserved for him to expound upon the readings, to launch into a liberal and borderline heretical rant? If you’re anything like me, by the time the rant is over you’re on the edge of your pew, and your eyes are as big as a deer caught in headlights.

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Book Review: ‘The Catholic Tide Continues to Turn’
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Book Review: ‘The Catholic Tide Continues to Turn’

Continuing on with that same gift that he has to undercover fascinating news and events that the mainstream media wouldn’t even consider covering, Hartline offers us his in new book nearly four hundred pages and twenty chapters of stunning evidence and undeniable eyewitness accounts that God is still in the business of gathering the world into His Catholic Church and protecting it at all cost.

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David L. Gray modeling a shirt from Catgear.com next to a Shelby Mustang at Kepich Ford in Garrettsville, Ohio.
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Do You Have Your CATgear?

CATgear has been around since 2000 I had never heard of it. It’s not just a clothing company – it’s a ministry. According to Dominic it’s been their goal from the beginning to help our high school students better understand their faith specifically with Mary and the Rosary.

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