Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay It doesn't matter if you're Pope or Patriarch, Priest or layperson. It has no bearing on the fact if you're of great faith and no faith at all, why? Because scandal has a great way of penetrating all of us and bringing us to our knees. It has this … Continue reading Scandal Has The Power To Shake The Strongest Of Faiths And Turn Entire Nations godless
Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay I'm a big user of Facebook, WordPress and YouTube, but I am not a big user of any others like Twitter or Instagram which I deleted a long time ago. I've no time for all this social media it's too much for a 36 year old man. My blog already … Continue reading Celebrity YouTube Culture In Christian Churches Is Damaging The Image Of Christendom
Image by Günther Simmermacher from Pixabay In recent years I've noticed an incredible rise in the attacks on Pope Francis when observing social media platforms. The Pontiff is not the only Pope who has been criticized and certainly will not be the last. This new fresh criticism is more notable only because of the rise … Continue reading Is It OK To Criticize Pope Francis?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cw91J2Y2_Wk&t=12s In his latest Youtube video, Michael Voris attacked Bishop Barron, making a number of arguments which I respectfully responded to in a comment which he or a member of his team deleted. The irony here is that he is critical of the Bishop for inviting in lame Catholic journalists who already agree with his … Continue reading Michael Voris Attacks Bishop Barron Deleting Comments Opposing His Argument
Image by JL G from Pixabay False Journalism In recent years the birth of independent online media has exploded. While it may be a nice thought to have news sources other than the government paid ones who tell us what they think we should hear, it has brought with it many demons that have polluted … Continue reading The Death of Catholic Journalism