A Holy Hour With A Happy Marriage Twist

We are about to celebrate National Marriage Week. Have you thought about what you can do to celebrate your marriage and thank the good Lord for bringing you together in the first place? Whether you’re engaged, giddy newlyweds, or an … Continue reading

Be A Well-Informed Voting Catholic

Dear Brothers & Sisters in Christ, and Fellow Americans, I have gathered the best of the best of the solid Catholic non-partisan resources available on voting, based on the many questions I have received from my radio listeners. I pray … Continue reading

A Profound Lent

It’s challenging enough, even for the most faithful Catholics among us, to keep our Lenten commitments. We’re all busy, and just the everyday juggling acts of trying to balance faith, family and work often can lead to forgetting to do … Continue reading

St. Corona Pray For Us!

A Crown and a Prayer There are no coincidences, only “Godcidences” or “Godwinks”, as I like to say.  And recently there have been two profound such Godwinks related to the name and meaning of virus that’s turning life as we … Continue reading

A Hug From Heaven

When I was about to make my first holy Communion, our Catholic school offered the opportunity to purchase religious items to mark the important sacrament. They turned one of our larger classrooms into a mini religious goods store filled with … Continue reading

Love Them Enough To Speak The Truth

I don’t know about you, but more and more I’m hearing of cases from radio listeners, friends and co-workers who have been accused of being uncharitable, unloving, even judgmental by sharing the truths of the Catholic faith. We’re all called … Continue reading