By Randy Hain, Integrated Catholic - Do you ever feel overwhelmed with all of the stress, responsibilities and challenges in your daily life? If I am honest with myself, the times I feel most anxious or stressed are usually caused by my lifelong tendency to overcomplicate things and an inclination towards “busyness”. I am grateful for the occasional insights I have into ways to address this problem and as I grow older ....
By Joseph R. Wood, The Catholic Thing - The dangers in such power perhaps lie behind God’s warning in Exodus not to make “a graven image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven or above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth.” We seem to have a tendency to pass from images to idols... My direct concern... (is) to understand the power of images that ignite destructive impulses.
By Josh Hammer, American Greatness - The latest horrific mass shooting in America, this time roughly 30 miles from my Denver home, happened on Monday. Ten died, and the suspect—a Trump-hating Syrian immigrant, hardly the MAGA hat-clad white man that the media so clearly desired—has been charged with ten counts of first-degree murder.
By Charlie Butts, OneNewsNow - A pro-life scholar is pleased to see proof that teenagers are understanding the truth about abortion... Since 1973, pro-life organizations have been educating the public, including young people, on the reality of abortion. Dr. Michael New, a research associate at the Catholic University of America and an associate scholar at the Charlotte Lozier Institute, tells One News Now the stats are good.