By James T. Majewski, Catholic Culture - If with the first three chapters, St. Alphonsus makes the case for obedience to God—the excellence of this virtue, and that man’s ultimate happiness derives from it—in these chapters, St. Alphonsus gets practical, turning his attention to those instances where obedience to God can sometimes be especially difficult... In particular, he focuses on our susceptibility to sickness, and stresses the importance of obedience to God’s will in times of infirmity.
By Victor Davis Hanson, American Greatness - ...with the birth of Black Lives Matter, its courting by the Obama Administration, and the emergence of the electronic social media mob and cancel culture, such progress seems to have ended. We have ceased seeing race as increasingly incidental, rather than essential to who we are... The benchmarks of the Back Lives Matter and affiliated woke movements are overt racism, systemic untruth, and the hypocritical privilege of their elite architects.
Father Michael Orsi, EWTN News - One of the most pressing concerns of the Gospel writers was to make a convincing case that the resurrection was real — that Jesus had, in fact, risen from the dead... Skepticism would have been the most common reaction to this extraordinary event.
By Rep. Kat Cammack, Marjorie Dannenfelser, LifeNews - There is no greater responsibility for members of Congress than to safeguard the right to life for all Americans, particularly the most vulnerable. That’s why House Republican leaders are pushing for a vote on the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act. This bill would make the difference between life and death for countless children — if Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and pro-abortion House Democrats will stop blocking it.