How do I make a spiritual communion?

The COVID-19 virus has rocked the world and the Church in ways we never thought were possible. Schools, restaurants, office, and Churches have had to change their policies. In the Diocese of Raleigh, where EPIC Radio is based, Sunday Masses have been canceled and our bishop has dispensed the obligation for attending Mass on Sundays.Continue reading “How do I make a spiritual communion?”

Let’s Cancel Culture

The term “cancel culture” has become a new title for progressives in our country. It is starting plauge every aspect of our society and in more ways than I thought I could imagine. In politics, a progressive Christian group, Faithful America, is trying to make US Attorney General William Barr apologize for a speech atContinue reading “Let’s Cancel Culture”

Pride and the “Reductio ad Hitlerum” Argument

Today’s blog post is a follow up from the most recent episode of Last Week with Matthew Handley. Click to here to lisen. Yesterday on Last Week, I discussed the story of a straight pride parade that took place in Modesto, California a week ago.  During this parade, which was more of a protest thanContinue reading “Pride and the “Reductio ad Hitlerum” Argument”

The Religious Left

Today’s post coincides with a story on the most recent episode of the Last Week Podcast. You can hear the original story from the show by clicking here. Rev. William Barber spoke at the 2016 Democrat National Convention about how Hillary Clinton and the Democrat party had the morals and values that our country holdsContinue reading “The Religious Left”

Red Herrings and Applause Lines

Thursday, the Michigan Attorney General Danna Nessel (Democrat) held a press conference on a very important topic. Unfortunately it is a topic that has become applause lines for those against us and shame and determination to right the issue for those with us. That is, sexual abuse within the Church. Myself, as well as theContinue reading “Red Herrings and Applause Lines”

What is a viable life?

If you pay attention to the news, you’ve probably heard something about Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s comments about women’s health care and abortion. Now, depending on where you watch or read your news, you’ve probably have heard a staunch defense of Mr. Northam or some form of outrage from his comments. In this article, I want to focus on a few things he said and I want to do so intentionally, without any arguments from emotion, and from a Catholic perspective.