Can They Hear Us Now?

Children’s stories can still have profound meaning for adults. One of my favorites, “The Emperor’s New Clothes” by Hans Christian Anderson, provides plenty of food for thought as to why the Church finds herself once again facing abuse scandals. Part … Continue reading

Is The Church Crisis Really That Bad?

As the “summer of suffering in the Church” continues to unfold, so too does the shocking reality that more Catholics, not just select bishops, are in denial. Some members of the laity want to pretend the crisis is an invention … Continue reading

The Sexual Revolution Fails Women Again

Across our oversexualized culture, we see the continued fallout of the sexual revolution. It’s not exactly breaking news: the epidemic of sexually transmitted diseases, the breakdown of the family, and the vocal pushback against the objectification and sexual abuse of … Continue reading

An Opportunity Like Never Before

After learning of Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement from the Supreme Court, the words of Jesuit Father John Hardon came to mind: “Educate, educate, educate.” Father Hardon, named a Servant of God by the Church, was a noted theologian, writer and … Continue reading

Happy Independence Day

Boundaries for Our Benefit from Teresa Tomeo on Vimeo. Happy 4th and a happy summer. Isn’t a great time of year? Summer is my absolute favorite season, especially the month of July. We’re about to celebrate Independence Day. No doubt … Continue reading

Women’s Groups Actually Aiding Abusers

First, we had the Women’s March lamenting on Twitter how disappointed they were that the website Backpage.com had been shut down by federal authorities. Despite the fact that Backpage was considered by law enforcement to be a major facilitator for … Continue reading