What Should We Do?

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Third Sunday of Advent

Faith is about conduct. The faith the church teaches us that to be a Christian, has to come with a proper conduct of life – moral, ethical, holy.

We are living in a secular culture where relativism reigns. Whatever you think is good is good, whatever you think is evil is evil.  You have your good, you have your evil, I have mine.  There is no groundedness in absolute truth, which can only be found in God, who is  truth, and in Jesus Christ, who is the truth, the way, and the light.

Today, We are Called to Courage

The Good Shepherd“I am the gate.  Whoever enters through me will be saved, and will come in and go out and find pasture. A thief comes only to steal and slaughter and destroy; I came so that they might have life and have it more abundantly.”


Aristotle, Abortion, and the March for Life

A long, long, time ago…in a land far, far away, there was something called logic – Aristotelian logic that is. What is that you might say? Well, the idea that by working from clear assertions (apophanseis) you can arrive at perfect deductions or ends (teleios). If you are old enough to have absorbed logical thinking from your ambient air back in the day when there was a thing called “objective truth” (ugh…how archaic right!) or privileged enough to have had a parent who insisted you take philosophy in college, you may remember Aristotle’s syllogism: If A = B; and B = C; then A = C. Pretty straight forward right? Not anymore. Continue reading “Aristotle, Abortion, and the March for Life”