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By Alex Kubik on September 24, 2009
Tabloid socialite and TV personality Kourtney Kardashian recently made a decision that shocked Hollywood and rocked the reality TV world. The pop media is still in a frenzy over the news.
Written by Alex Kubik on September 24, 2009 | Related Topics: All Lessons, Fashion and Celebrity, Issues and Politics | Keywords: Abortion, chastity, choice, courage, decision, Kourtney Kardashian, Life, marriage, Politics, post abortive stress, prolife, purity, Reality shows, Reality TV, Scott Disick | Leave a response
By David Pearson on July 10, 2009
It was an exciting moment. Carrie Prejean’s turn had arrived to answer a question from a judge during the final round of the Miss USA pageant. When the question came, Carrie’s stomach turned…
Written by David Pearson on July 10, 2009 | Related Topics: All Lessons, Fashion and Celebrity, Issues and Politics | Keywords: beauty pageant, carrie prejean, chastity, college, courage, Fashion and Celebrity, gay marriage, love, marriage, miss california, miss usa, modesty, passion, Politics | 3 Responses
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 Fr. Ernest Daly on December 6, 2005
During the Christmas season, we as Christians hope to focus on the coming of Christ. We can do this individually by preparing a place for Jesus Christ in our hearts, and we can do this within our communities by sharing the gift of Christ’s love with others in our lives.
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 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 William Hobbs on October 15, 2004
Of course, Americans face more than these five issues during this election. There are economic issues, security and world peace issues, including the war on terrorism and Iraq. With so many pressing issues, why does the Church say these five issues are essential and non-negotiable? The reason is that the right to life is antecedent to all other rights.
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
By Alex Kubik on December 7, 2003
Patrick Miller did not enlist in the Army seeking glory and fame. The 23-year-old from Valley Center, Kansas simply wanted to serve his country and earn some money to pay for an education. Certainly, his prospect for valor did not seem likely at first…