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Steubenville Professor Says . . . Faith In God’s Presence Lifts People Up Past Fears Through Centuries

December 3, 2020 Frontpage Comments Off on Steubenville Professor Says . . . Faith In God’s Presence Lifts People Up Past Fears Through Centuries

By DEXTER DUGGAN PHOENIX — Understanding God’s living presence among people is more than an academic study, and had inspired Christians in more dangerous times to give up their lives, a theology professor at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio, told the fifth annual Southwest Biblical Conference.Bob Rice, Ph.D., told the conference that despite many worries today, including COVID-19, the early Church grew larger even when Christians were being burned in the streets, and that COVID is far from being the plague of the fourteenth-century Black Death, which killed one of every three people, and they didn’t understand it.The “message of fearlessness is frequently in the Scriptures,” in fact 365 times, once for every day in the year except Leap…Continue Reading

With Tyrants, Some Things Never Change

December 2, 2020 Frontpage Comments Off on With Tyrants, Some Things Never Change

By CHRISTOPHER MANION The election hasn’t been decided yet, but the current state of uncertainty gives us time to indulge in ruminations of times past.Ever since Donald Trump was elected in 2016, the Left has hectored him endlessly. One of their favorite taunts has been, “will he allow a peaceful transition when he is defeated in 2020, or will we have to send in the military to haul him out?” Of course, the Ministry of Truth has never accepted the fact that he won in the first place.So it’s no surprise that the Left wants to shove Trump out to the curb before the election is decided. After all, they’re only being consistent. They’ve tried to destroy his presidency, along…Continue Reading

A Beacon Of Light… Advent And Mary

December 1, 2020 Frontpage Comments Off on A Beacon Of Light… Advent And Mary

By FR. RICHARD D. BRETON JR. (Editor’s Note: Fr. Richard D. Breton Jr. is a priest of the Diocese of Norwich, Conn. He is currently the parochial vicar of St. Andrew Parish in Colchester and St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Lebanon. He received his BA in religious studies and his MA in dogmatic theology from Holy Apostles College and Seminary in Cromwell, Conn.) As we continue our journey during Advent, we are invited to journey with Our Blessed Mother, Mary. It was a little over two thousand years ago when a young girl Mary was going about her daily routine. Suddenly, there appeared a man in white, the Archangel Gabriel. Gabriel had a very special message for Mary. This…Continue Reading

The Future Of Free Speech, College Edition

November 30, 2020 Frontpage Comments Off on The Future Of Free Speech, College Edition

By DEACON MIKE MANNO, JD In the wake of the election, which still isn’t over, there is obviously concern by conservatives about the future, not so much about the country but about the rights that we enjoy; rights we have received from God that the Bill of Rights is enshrined to protect.But what has bothered me in the last few weeks is how the activists of the Left-Wing Party, including many Joe Biden staffers, have reacted. There were calls to ban Trump supporters from future government positions while others wanted them banned from life itself. There is talk of blacklists and banning others from speaking at public universities. Social media is already practicing shadow banning and closing accounts of people…Continue Reading

What’s Trump’s Ploy?. . . Both Biden And GOP Cowards Give Bad Examples To Disappointed Nation

November 29, 2020 Frontpage Comments Off on What’s Trump’s Ploy?. . . Both Biden And GOP Cowards Give Bad Examples To Disappointed Nation

By DEXTER DUGGAN Americans had plenty on their plates over the Thanksgiving holiday, but only a little of the massive volume was turkey and the trimmings.Heaped higher were serious considerations of what afflicted the nation politically, and what could be expected.Because of The Wanderer’s Thanksgiving-week production schedule, this article was written earlier than usual, overnight on November 23-24, but certain issues would remain timely regardless of what happened in the courts and elsewhere during the holiday week.Three topics were Joe Biden giving bad example to others, Republican Party deserters, and a third party as finally feasible.Consider how Biden used ostentatious displays of his faux Catholicism.Biden and everyone else knew very well that opposing massive slaughter of innocent preborn babies wasn’t…Continue Reading

Old Pictures And Nuns Who Get It

November 27, 2020 Frontpage Comments Off on Old Pictures And Nuns Who Get It

By JOE SIXPACK When I was a kid, I used to laugh at old pictures of my grandfather and how his mother dressed him when he was a kid. Boy, those sure were some funny-looking clothes mothers put their sons in back in those days. I remember thinking how my grandfather and his little friends looked like sissies in those clothes.Fast forward fifty years.The other day, I was looking at some old family photos from when I was a little boy. It struck me how my mother dressed me when I was little. I had to smile at the memory of what I thought about my grandfather’s dress when he was the same age I was in those pictures. What…Continue Reading

2020 Is A Litany Of Endless Woes… What’s There To Be Thankful For?

November 26, 2020 Frontpage Comments Off on 2020 Is A Litany Of Endless Woes… What’s There To Be Thankful For?

By MARY ANN KREITZER (LifeSiteNews) — Thanksgiving hovers on the horizon inviting us to reflect on the importance of giving thanks to God for our multitude of blessings. It may seem incongruous in this year of so many challenges. What do we have to be thankful for? We’ve faced the illness and death of loved ones, coronavirus lockdowns, cancelled religious services and locked churches, isolation, and unemployment, not to mention wildfires in California, riots ripping apart our cities, and devastating hurricanes with massive flooding on the Gulf Coast. The litany of woes seems endless.And yet, in 1 Thessalonians 5:18, St. Paul tells us, “In all things give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you…Continue Reading

Two-Time Senate Loser . . . Establishment Stumbled Its Way Into Flipping Arizona Into The Blue

November 25, 2020 Frontpage Comments Off on Two-Time Senate Loser . . . Establishment Stumbled Its Way Into Flipping Arizona Into The Blue

By DEXTER DUGGAN PHOENIX — Republicans seemed to face severe difficulties in U.S. Senate races in the 2020 general election. After all, this time around the GOP was defending 23 spots in the Upper Chamber, including two special elections, and the Democrats only 12 seats. Just to start with, here was a mathematical burden. In warfare, would you rather have to defend 23 forts, or only 12?Plus, everyone was told repeatedly of the “blue wave” that would sweep away Republicans. Disaster loomed for the pachyderms, the pundits chorused.But the commentariat failed again. The blue wave was another of its fictions. The GOP even flipped one Democratic Senate seat, in Alabama, while losing two of its own, in Colorado and Arizona.…Continue Reading

A Beacon Of Light… Autumn And Advent

November 24, 2020 Frontpage Comments Off on A Beacon Of Light… Autumn And Advent

By FR. RICHARD D. BRETON JR. (Editor’s Note: Fr. Richard D. Breton Jr. is a priest of the Diocese of Norwich, Conn. He is currently the parochial vicar of St. Andrew Parish in Colchester and St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Lebanon. He received his BA in religious studies and his MA in dogmatic theology from Holy Apostles College and Seminary in Cromwell, Conn.) As the autumn leaves fall to the ground, we notice the days shortening. Daylight fades as the darkness of the night comes slowly upon us. On October 31, we entered daylight savings time. As the darkness creeps upon us and snatches away part of the day, we feel the struggle within us.This is reminiscent of the…Continue Reading

Thanksgiving Plans…Or Not

November 23, 2020 Frontpage Comments Off on Thanksgiving Plans…Or Not

By DEACON MIKE MANNO, JD This month, in fact this week, is Thanksgiving and, apparently, it has not been totally banned, although some of our political leaders and medical bureaucrats are telling us that it might be best to skip friends and family celebrations this year so we can all be around for next year. A little silly, in my book, since there is no guarantee that any of us, especially our elderly parents and grandparents, will be around in a year.So in order to do my part in the face of the pandemic, as if I haven’t been isolated enough, I decided to look into some of the recommendations our leaders have given us for how to handle this…Continue Reading