Sept 1 – The First Campaign

Today we held our first campaign for traditional marriage on the streets of California. The location was perfect: Cal Expo in Sacramento. It was the last and busiest day of the fair, and Labor Day guaranteed throngs of foot traffic … Continue reading

Aug 28 – A Change of Scenery

The following morning we were able get our bearings. Most warmed up with hot coffee before hitting the showers, after which a hot breakfast of eggs and bacon was served. All of us wanted to get an early start to … Continue reading

Faithful Catholics Reject V-Monologues at Notre Dame

Once again, controversy is dividing the University of Notre Dame. Catholics everywhere applauded Bishop John D’Arcy’s recent condemnation of the crude “V-Monologues” at Notre Dame, hoping it would convince university officials to ban the feminist play. After all, the production … Continue reading

Sharing Christmas Cheer

Christmas is a season of tremendous joy. Like harmonizing notes on a score of music, a universe of details makes the feast of Our Lord’s birth indelible. The beauty of midnight Mass, families celebrating, gift giving, grudges that vanish, fireplaces … Continue reading

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