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”
Category Archives: The Cultural Commentary
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.
“Theybies,” Gender, and Scripture
It’s been a while since I made a Cultural Commentary post and usually they coincide with my finding an article about our increasingly secularized culture to comment on. Today’s is based on of a report from NBC News about two parents who have decided to raise children without telling them their gender. More on thisContinue reading ““Theybies,” Gender, and Scripture”
Gentlemen: Let’s Change the Culture
We are living in a world where our values and beliefs are constantly coming under attack; I talked about this in detail in my last post. Today, I want to address our male readers. The world is filled with impure images and cheap sex, something of which we are told to avoid, and rightly so. Continue reading “Gentlemen: Let’s Change the Culture”
The Cultural Commentary: Who We Are and Our Place
This is a new series by Matthew Handley on Catholic’s place in society. This inaugural post discusses what our beliefs really are and how they’ve been accepted (or rejected) in modern America.