ProLifeCorner – by Frank J. Munda- On November 8, 2016, we Americans will cast our vote in the most decisive election in the history of the United States. In this election we will decide if we are to continue as a republic or freely and openly choose to be ruled by those of the radical left.
Some like to say that Trump is a great unknown; however he is looking like a choir boy compared to Clinton. ( See: Trump makes a contract with America) The past eight years of Obama’s failed policies and Hillary Clinton’s influence in this administration is appalling.
Bill and Hillary Clinton have a legacy of corruption, lies, and cover-ups.. Some people want to turn a blind eye on the failed policies of the Bill and Hillary administration when they were Governor of the state of Alabama, and the eight years of radical anti-life, and failed policies of the Bill and Hillary Presidential administration. We now have the scandal of cover ups between Obama and Hillary e-mail deletions and the countless lies. Starting at the very beginning of the Obama administration he defined veterans and pro-life citizens as terrorists! The same veterans that protected the freedom that helped Obama to rise to power. Now Hillary wants to use the office of the President of the United States to exercise her anti-life, anti-Christian hatred and bigotry. Continue reading →
Samaritan Woman at the Well: A Different Perspective
The woman said to Him, ‘Sir, I can see that you are a prophet? Our ancestors worshipped on this mountain; but you people say that the place to worship is in Jerusalem.”
In 1923, the Jewish theologian Martin Buber wrote an immensely influential little book entitled I and Thou. Buber’s main point is that there are two ways of relating to other people in our lives: We can see them as objects to be used – what Buber calls an “I-it” relationship; or we can see others as having feelings, dreams and needs as real and as important as our own that can be the basis for dialogue and relationship – an “I-Thou” relationship.
In his memoirs, Buber tells the story of how he came to his theory of I-Thou and I-It. When he was a professor of philosophy at a university in Germany, a young student came to see him. The student had received his draft notice to serve in the German army in World War I. He was a pacifist by nature and afraid of being killed in battle, but, at the same time, he was a loyal and fiercely patriotic German. He asked Buber what he should do: serve his country and risk being killed or claim conscientious objector status and perhaps leave another young man to be killed in his place. Continue reading →
“A nation always gets the kind of politicians it deserves. If a time ever comes when the religious Jews, Protestants and Catholics ever have to suffer under a totalitarian state, which would deny to them the right to worship God according to the light of their conscience, it will be because for years they thought it made no difference what kind of people represented them in Congress, and because they abandoned the spiritual in the realm of the temporal.” Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
ProLifeCorner – 11-20-2015 – by Annarae – These words of Bishop Sheen certainly apply to us today. What has brought our country to this selfish, apathetic state? Let’s look back in history for a few years and see some of the causative factors of our moral decay. Continue reading →