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Draft did not serve pope’s goals
Nov 04 2014
“St. Matthew broaches ‘coming out’ ” troubled me. St. Matthew, a tax collector, would have realized something did not add up.

Voting more vital than ever to religious freedom
Oct 27 2014
In Catholic churches all across America, the Gospel reading Oct. 11-12 ends with the memorable slogan “Repay to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.”

Bumper-sticker call to pride causes concern
Jul 07 2014
I received the Archbishop's Annual Appeal along with a bumper-sticker that reads, "Proud to be Catholic."

Gun violence is a pro-life issue, too
Jul 07 2014
It was refreshing to read Christopher Gunty's column on guns being readily available and the lack of mental health care screening.

Government should not have a hand in redistributing wealth
Jun 17 2014
Pope calls for redistribution of wealth, but who decides how much and when to stop?

Archbishop's series highlights the importance of a good homily
Jun 09 2014
Archbishop Lori’s exegesis of the Holy Father’s exhortation, “The Joy of the Gospel”, has been a very illuminating companion reader and should be consolidated into a single collection for those looking for a quick summary.

Why no outcry against drones?
Jun 04 2014
So much has been written about contraception and abortion, but the cries are hushed when it comes to unjust wars.

Help VA help veterans
May 16 2014
Americans gather on Memorial Day to pay homage to our fallen warriors serving in the United States armed forces, honoring their sacrifice and courage, and recalling the selflessness that embodies military service.

Hobby Lobby in the right
Mar 25 2014
If the government asked me to kill someone, I hope I would refuse.

Unseemly partners in minimum wage issue
Feb 28 2014
In the minimum wage debate, I cannot support the Archdiocese of Baltimore standing silently with political leaders who advocate late term abortion and gay marriage.