31 03, 2022

An Aborted Baby Saved by a Paramedic

By |2022-03-29T17:02:22+00:00March 31st, 2022|Theology|

This is a guest post written by a firemedic and father of a young man I met this year in Arizona who reads this blog. I am a retired captain for the Tucson Fire Department but before this I was a paramedic. It was during this time that I worked one of the most memorable and life changing moments of my career. The incident was on Friday, Sept. 21, 1990. Being my 29th birthday, I'll never forget the most unusual gift I have ever received from The Lord who truly works in mysterious ways. That Friday I arrived to work at Station 10 in the late afternoon. Our shift are [...]

31 03, 2022

Pro-Lifers Arrested by FBI with Drawn Guns

By |2022-03-31T05:32:24+00:00March 31st, 2022|Life|

p/c Survivors LA Instagram As most of you know, I have been arrested for peacefully praying and counseling inside abortion centers in NJ and DC.  I do this with a group called Red Rose Rescue (RRR) that my friend Will Goodman wrote about on my website here not long ago.  A "rescue" is a group act to directly save lives in immediate danger by remaining in a killing center to intervene inside with peaceful prayer and calm counseling. There was a rescue in 2020 not associated with RRR but with some of the same people including my friends Will and Lauren.  The FBI went after them today.  Although Will is homeless [...]

29 03, 2022

How You Will Know When the Consecration Is Done Properly

By |2022-03-29T17:04:39+00:00March 29th, 2022|Theology|

Imagine you had a 12 year old son who punched your 10 year old daughter in the face.  Let's say that son was very stubborn and you knew getting an apology out of him was going to be difficult.  You bring your son and crying daughter into the same room and make him apologize.  You know this will be difficult so you give him the exact words:  "Say to your sister, 'I am sorry for punching you in the face.'"  You know you need to give him those nine exact words because of past subterfuge this stubborn son will play with word games. Your son initially says to his sister [...]

28 03, 2022

A Year After the “Vaccines”…

By |2022-03-28T18:41:55+00:00March 28th, 2022|Theology|

A friend's friend whose son was trying out for a high school sport in the Pacific Northwest texted him the following notice that came from the athletic board warning their potential high school athletes on upcoming physicals:

26 03, 2022

Personal Observations of Death Row

By |2022-03-24T16:14:06+00:00March 26th, 2022|Life|

For some reason, I have never written about my ministry at Sterling Correctional Facility (above) on the Eastern Plains of Colorado.  It's an extremely high-security prison in Sterling, CO.  I was once stationed as a Catholic priest here about 10 years ago.  Sterling contained Colorado's criminals who were on death-row.  However, two years ago (to the week) Governor Polis abolished the death penalty.  This was obviously several years after I left the facility. (Notice that the Federal-crimes death-row criminals are located in Colorado at infamous facility called Supermax.)  In any case, I used to go to the high-security Sterling Correctional Facility a few times a month to hear confessions, lead [...]

24 03, 2022

Communism is the Easiest Way to Be Evil

By |2022-03-24T15:35:25+00:00March 24th, 2022|Theology|

Driving across the Mojave desert, I was recently thinking of my favorite saint (outside the 1st century) St. Francis Xavier.  St. Francis was converted by St. Ignatius of Loyola in the 16th century at the University of Paris and he went on to baptize a half million people in Southeast Asia and East Asia.  On his missions, he was pure charity to the Indians but he was fire and brimstone to the Portuguese settlers who he constantly found whoring, trading, slaving and fighting.  After numerous fruitless warnings to the eternal salvation of these men who were impeding his mission, Xavier finally wrote King John of Portugal to tell him (in [...]

22 03, 2022

Things Come to Life In Death

By |2022-03-24T15:40:55+00:00March 22nd, 2022|Theology|

p/c: Peter Sweden I have always found my spirituality in the Jesuit and Franciscan traditions, maybe also in the Carmelite traditions, too.  Personally, I have always found Benedictine spirituality a bit boring when compared to, say, the stigmata of St. Francis of Assisi or the transports of St. Teresa of Avila or St. Peter Claver nursing to life mostly-dead African slaves sliding off boats onto the docks of Cartegena so he can evangelize and eventually baptize them. But as I look at a modern world that spends more time looking at a screen than the sky, listening to YouTube more than family members, laughing at Netflix characters more than with [...]

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