Becoming Men of Christ

January 11, 2012 Jim Graves 0

Catholic conferences and apostolates for men were once few and far between.  But in just the last five or six years, the movement has caught fire, with more and more Catholic men being inspired to […]

Linda Couri

From Planned Parenthood to Pro-Life

May 14, 2011 Jim Graves 0

Linda Couri of Libertyville, Illinois, age 41, is a committed Catholic. She is a wife and mother, she works hard to maintain a deep prayer life, and she strongly supports the Church’s teachings on the […]

The Myths of the Sexual Revolution

May 8, 2011 Jim Graves 0

In 1998, Dr. Richard Wetzel self-published his first book on human sexuality, Sexual Wisdom: A Guide for Parents, Young Adults, Educators, and Physicians. The book presented 17 misconceptions about sex held by many in society, […]

God Doesn’t Walk Away

May 7, 2011 Jim Graves 0

Kathleen Eaton, founder and CEO of Birth Choice Health Clinics, a faithbased, pro-life organization that provides free medical services and education to pregnant women and their families, received the 2010 Cardinal John J. O’Connor Pro-Life […]

A Better Kind of Love

May 4, 2011 Jim Graves 0

Seven years ago, Cardinal Francis George of Chicago was seeking a new director for the archdiocesan Respect Life Office. He wanted a director who was more than simply opposed to abortion. He wanted a director […]

The Wanderer Gets the Blues

April 13, 2011 Mark Sullivan 0

Dion DiMucci is undoubtedly the first member of the Rock-and-Roll Hall of Fame to cite Pope John Paul II, Scott Hahn, and Christopher West as influences. The once-troubled singer-songwriter has returned to the blues on […]

Hillbilly Thomists

March 24, 2011 Mark Sullivan 0

Last spring, Flannery O’Connor returned to the news after Emory University unveiled the complete collection of her letters to the troubled Betty Hester, or “A,” as she is known in another compilation of O’Connor’s correspondence, […]