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By Alex Kubik on May 18, 2009
When the news broke last month that the captain of an American cargo ship had been captured by pirates, it is likely that many people didn’t realize how dangerous and terrifying that really was.
Written by Alex Kubik on May 18, 2009 | Related Topics: All Lessons, Horror and Tragedy | Keywords: christ, Church, courage, cross, good friday, hope, Life, Movie, Politics, suffering, tragedy, war | Leave a response
By Alex Kubik on February 8, 2009
The Super bowl XLIII match-up between the Arizona Cardinals and the Pittsburg Steelers showcased two players who have distinguished themselves as men who see the bigger game, beyond the hype.
Written by Alex Kubik on February 8, 2009 | Related Topics: All Lessons, Sports | Keywords: faith, football, hope, Life, marriage, orthodox, Pittsburgh Steelers, Sports, super bowl, Troy Polamalu, victory, winning | Leave a response
By Alex Kubik on October 7, 2008
We saw him and we fell in love with him. His name is Trig. He is Sarah Palin’s son, and he is beautiful. Like all of us, he has a right to live. But sadly, before he was born, many people in this country would have denied him this right…
Written by Alex Kubik on October 7, 2008 | Related Topics: All Lessons, Issues and Politics | Keywords: Abortion, babies, birth defect, discrimination, handicap, Life, prolife, right to life | Leave a response
By Heather Voccola on March 17, 2008
An inspirational person, Karen Gaffney shatters the myth that having Down Syndrome, a genetic chromosomal disorder, ruins a person’s life: “Yes, we are different…But we also are filled with potential and abilities and dreams…”
By Genevieve Yep-Pollack on October 6, 2005
“It’s the best reality show on the air.” That’s what one commentator called it. If we saw it ourselves, we got the impression that we were watching a championship fight. Yet it was a simple procedure in our United States Senate.
By Carlos Briseño on April 7, 2005
Often times, a family’s love is in expressed in simple, unnoticed ways. Sometimes, however, something so unexpected occurs that causes a family to express its love in public. And one such case involves a 41-year-old brain-damaged Florida woman named Terri Schindler-Schiavo.
By Fr. Ernest Daly on November 7, 2004
What are moral values, really? And, when two people disagree on what makes one choice moral and another immoral — as so many did disagree in the presidential election — how can we know whose values are truly the most moral?
By Genevieve Yep-Pollack on September 8, 2004
Jason Read of the United States men’s rowing team, had already demonstrated a great confidence and faith in himself in the September 11th rescue squad. However, the Olympics challenged him to take a step higher, to a deeper faith and confidence in God rather than himself.
Written by Genevieve Yep-Pollack on September 8, 2004 | Related Topics: All Lessons, Horror and Tragedy, Issues and Politics, Sports | Keywords: 9/11, hope, Islam, Life, olympics, Politics, prolife, Sports, tragedy, war | Leave a response