Packer Priest is Converted

That’s right, I am part owner of the Green Bay Packers. Well, it is just one share, but hey! In 1997, I was a Parochial Vicar in Janesville, WI (home

Night of Knights! Friday, November 6

6:00 PM – Adoration, Confession and chanted Vespers with the Knights of Divine Mercy Schola Cantorum. 7:00 PM – Fr. Chris Gernetzke (He’s Amazing!) will inspire us with his talk:

Bishop Morlino: “It’s a Battleship, Not a Cruise Ship!”

(From Ben Yanke) At the Rite of Election on the First Sunday of Lent (Feb 17, 2013), Bishop Morlino spoke openly to the catechumens who were joining the church. He told

Round the Clock Rosary for the Synod on the Family – Please Sign-up!

ROUND THE CLOCK ROSARY FOR THE FAMILY SYNOD!! Let’s pray grace into the Synod on the Family! If you would be so kind as to sign-up for a time(s) to

Did Thomas More and John Fisher Die for Nothing?

The Most Reverend Samuel J. Aquila, Archbishop of Denver, weighs in on the machinations of the Synod on the Family in Rome. I want to personally thank His Excellency for his

St. Catherine of Siena Rises Again!

In the year 1376, St. Catherine of Siena boldly wrote to Pope Gregory XI, exhorting him to ignore the advice of nefarious cardinals, and return to Rome: “I have prayed,

To Modernists/Relativists: “You all think I’m licked. Well I’m not licked.”

“You think I’m licked. You all think I’m licked. Well I’m not licked. And I’m gonna stay right here and fight for this lost cause. Even if this room gets

Appeal to Our Bishops – Please Love Us and Lead Us Through the Narrow Gate!

There are good parents and bad parents. Bad parents seem to care more about their own well-being ahead of that of their children. And so, they work from the perspective

Train Insane or Remain the Same!

Special guest writer, Kris Crouch, on her inspiring approach to the training of body and spirit … I lift weights. I run. Both are painful habits. However, my commitment to

Cardinal Dolan and the “Inclusion of the New Minority”

The image I included for this article has always struck me. This is a photograph that was released by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, and is from the 131st