What in the World Is a “Worship Space”?

St. Martha Catholic Church. Harvey, LA. Crisis Magazine - March 14, 2019 Euphemisms are de rigeur for revolutionaries. Communist states call themselves “people’s republics.” When they instigate conflicts, they are called “wars of liberation.” Abortionists call their abattoirs “pregnancy centers” and their executions “terminations.” Most currently, surgeons call sexual mutilation “gender reassignment.” All of this a clever… Continue reading What in the World Is a “Worship Space”?

St. Mother Teresa: Loving the Poor – Catholic Style

St. Teresa of Calcutta Much before Pope Francis infallibly declared Mother Teresa a saint, the world had already canonized her.  But they did not see Mother Teresa, they saw what they wanted to see.  Like a Rorschach test, they read onto the saint their own slanted ideas of society, the good and justice itself.  The world saw her… Continue reading St. Mother Teresa: Loving the Poor – Catholic Style

Sermon for Third Sunday After Pentecost

July 2011 Come to me, all you that labour, and are burdened, and I will refresh you. Take up my yoke upon you, and learn of me, because I am meek, and humble of heart: and you shall find rest to your souls. For my yoke is sweet and my burden light.                                                                     Mt. 11:28-30 The Vale… Continue reading Sermon for Third Sunday After Pentecost