The Power of Three Simple Words: We Want God

Modern political discourse is in a sad state today. Ideas are now crafted in sound bites, tweets and slogans to appeal to a world absorbed by the frenetic intemperance of instant messaging. Speech has become dominated by empty rhetoric and … Continue reading

Massacre at Mass in Baghdad

Imagine a Friday afternoon in Detroit with a mosque full of praying followers of Mohammed. Suddenly, several armed “Christian” terrorists invade the premises, kill the imam and take the worshipers hostage. When they begin to lose the ensuing firefight with … Continue reading

Roses for Rallies in Fatima

As we made our way to the main square in front of the Basilica of Fatima on October 13, we couldn’t help but reflect upon the gravity and symbolism of our mission: to deliver nearly 6,000 red roses and 2,000 … Continue reading