Monthly Archives: January 2018

Homily: 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle B

Readings of the Day “Who was that masked man?” This line was said by somebody near the end of every episode of The Lone Ranger. The response was usually: “I don’t know, but he left a silver bullet.” The hero was the sole survivor of an ambush, and as he worked to make things right […]

Pro-Life (version 2.0)

I wrote this post three years ago, and since then I don’t have much to add, but I have things to amplify. To summarize, I don’t believe any of these are Pro-Life: Any dehumanization of the human person. Equating wants and needs. Imperialism, in any way, shape, or form (bullying, politics of intimidation, rule by […]