Category Archives: Culture

  1. The Tale of Two Fallen Stars We Need To Forgive

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    June 9, 2015 by Alex Johannigman

    Most of us are sick of hearing news about two reality stars who we love to either praise or hate. But what we’re almost all forgetting is that, as different as they are, they are both fallen human beings who need love, forgiveness, and prayer more than anything else.

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  2. What America Actually Revealed About Itself After the RFRA in Indiana

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    April 3, 2015 by Alex Johannigman

    Fear has caused us to react in the worst possible ways to the news in Indiana this week. But is growing fear between the two increasingly divided worldviews seen in America only going to get worse, or is there a way that we can heal the open wounds?

  3. Indiana: Land of the Bigot? Try Again…

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    March 30, 2015 by Alex Johannigman

    A country that was founded on the free practice of religion should legally protect the rights of its citizens to practice their religions in all arenas where faith may come into play. But when practicing our religion in the public sphere and faced with difficult decisions we have to always ask ourselves, by taking this action, am I loving God and loving my neighbor?

  4. Why We’ve Ditched Superman for The “Flawed Hero”

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    March 4, 2015 by Alex Johannigman

    Superman is a hero who reflects the potential in all of us for greatness; a beacon of light in times that are grim and a glimmer of hope for the hopeless. But over the last couple decades we’ve developed a taste for heroes whose vices are more like our own. Why?

  5. 7 Trends Destroying Families Faster Than a Same-Sex “Marriage” License in Texas

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    February 20, 2015 by Alex Johannigman

    Beneath all of the talk about “marriage equality” and “preserving the sanctity of marriage” there are much more harmful trends that are destroying the health and stability of marriages and families than the legal status of same-sex unions. The scariest part is that most of us are contributing to the problem.

  6. The Incredible Origins of Matt Maher’s Lyrics

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    January 27, 2015 by Alex Johannigman

    Matt Maher is one of the most popular musicians in the English-speaking Catholic world, but did you know that many of his lyrics are derived from ancient writings and prayers of the Catholic Church?

  7. Can the Supreme Court Get it Wrong? MLK Jr Thought So.

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    January 19, 2015 by Alex Johannigman

    “I have a dream” that one day we will look back at Roe v Wade and the decades that followed it the same way that we look back at Dred Scott v Sandford, as an ugly blemish in our nation’s history that we overcame when we as a people recognized that all people are created equally with equal rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness regardless of age, race, physical or mental handicaps, wealth, or educational background.

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