What Makes a Great Movie? NOT Sex Scenes…

I haven’t written a blog post in awhile, so thanks for making your way back to my blog! Since getting married in 2017, I’ve watched a lot more movies and TV shows than I used to. Jesse and I like picking apart a plot line or character and analyzing it from a Catholic standpoint. It’s … Continue reading What Makes a Great Movie? NOT Sex Scenes…

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Backpage, #MeToo, & Why Catholics Should Proclaim the Truth About Sex & Marriage

I was perusing Twitter last night and in between Divine Mercy images and the tweets written by witty priests (#CatholicTwitter is VERY entertaining, by the way) I came across one tweet that expressed immense frustration with something recently posted by the @Women’sMarch account. To recap: the “Women’s March” group is the one that marched on … Continue reading Backpage, #MeToo, & Why Catholics Should Proclaim the Truth About Sex & Marriage

The Problem with the Trend of “Pastoral Circumstances”

I’m noticing a really disturbing trend among certain churchmen lately--Cardinals, archbishops, people in generally high places in the Church. It seems like in the realm of sexuality and marriage, some folks are increasingly putting that which is orthodox Catholic teaching at odds with what is “pastoral.” At the very least, they’re being VERY ambiguous. Certain … Continue reading The Problem with the Trend of “Pastoral Circumstances”

3 Things Planned Parenthood Can Do to Help Stop Sexual Harassment & Assault

“What do you think needs to happen to end a culture of rampant sexual harassment and assault?” Last weekend, Planned Parenthood sent out a tweet asking the above question. It was about a week after the Golden Globes, where almost every woman in attendance wore black in honor of those who have come forward with … Continue reading 3 Things Planned Parenthood Can Do to Help Stop Sexual Harassment & Assault