Question: Back when I went to Catholic school, and later when I served in the military, I was taught that when it came to serving our country, I need to be an American first and a Catholic second. Is this true? Father Mike: Thank you
Over the last two Sundays, the gospel of Mark has been making it abundantly clear that Jesus is indeed God Almighty, ruler of the world and lord over life and death. But this week we come to a story that leaves us scratching our heads.
On June 26, 2015 the Supreme Court reached a decision in the Obergefell v Hodges case. The Court ruled 5-4 that the US Constitution guarantees a right for homosexual couples to marry. Rainbow flags flew across city streets and social media sites as gay marriage
Self identified Catholics in America voted in favor of same sex marriage around 55% of the time. But once evangelized these Catholics begin attending Mass weekly, reading Catholic literature, praying more and trying to understand their lives in light of God and eternity. Evangelization is
I’ve been telling people that I don’t want to preach on hell; I want to preach on the love of God and also address what happens when people reject God’s love and spend eternity alienated from his love. In the same way, many of