In my previous post, I reflected on Psalm 22. Christ Himself invoked the psalmist as He hung on the cross on Good Friday with the lament, “My God, why have you abandoned me?”
Christians living in the Mideast and North Africa surely must feel the same. They are being murdered, raped, burned, and expelled by Muslim persecutors while the West seems to keep their outrage in check.
On this Palm Sunday, 2017, the atrocities continue as ISIS attacked two Coptic Christian churches in Egypt, killing 43 and injuring 100…Read More
ISIS’ international carnage in recent months include slaughterous attacks in Egypt, Turkey, Malaysia, Florida, Belgium, Yemen, Indonesia, and Pennsylvania, with multiple attacks in many of the countries mentioned.
These attacks are only ISIS-related, and don’t include all of the attacks and deaths attributed to other Muslim-motivated terrorist groups. [When you include all such attacks, 2055 people were killed in the name of Mohammad last month and another 2006 were injured.]
This leads me to the Democratic National Convention…Read More
The vacuum left by America’s withdrawal from Iraq allowed ISIS to spread and flourish.Read More
Ronald Reagan showed Republicans how to win:
1. Present positive, conservative ideas that are directly linked to the American creed.
2. Promote a big, inclusive tent.
3. Stive to unite, not divide.
Donald Trump does none of these…
Barack Obama infamously dismissed ISIS as the ‘jayvee team.’
This is the same jayvee team that has commandeered a big chunk of Iraq.
This is the same jayvee team that has raped, beheaded, and mutilated thousands of innocents, regardless of age.
This is the same jayvee team that is scrubbing the Mideast of any vestige of Christianity.
So how are things going against these “punks?” Swimmingly, if you listen to the president’s men. Terrible, if you listen to the guys on the ground.…Read More
Tyrants never learn.
Like their Roman predecessors, the Islamic tyrants killing Christians will lose. As Fr. Robert Barron points out in the video commentary above, the blood of the martyrs is the seed of the Church.Read More