Jesus Christ conquered sin, death, and evil through His crucifixion. Not by force of will, but by submitting Himself to the will of The Father. We must suffer "tiny crucifixions" in life in order to conquer the evils of the world
For too long Catholics have chosen silence over telling the truth, because we've been crippled by a secularized idea of tolerance, and an imbalanced understanding of Charity
As Catholics, we are guardians and defenders of the Truth. We must always defend it, and be ready to sacrifice ourselves in its defense. We must also remember that the truth has its enemies, and they are "guardians" of a different sort.
There is a crisis of faith throughout the Church culture. Catholics have adopted a secular flaw; having ultimate faith in themselves, and little faith left for God and for the Church. This crisis of faith is the cause of every ailment throughout the Church culture.
The culture is addicted to pleasure, comfort, and partying. But that pleasure-addiction is leading to suffering and calamity.
Every now and again, we need to be reminded of basic truths which have been forgotten about, as we slipped further into moral darkness. Someone hit the lights!
Christians supporting same-sex marriage also support other moral vices, by a wide margin, compared to Christians who oppose same-sex marriage. This shows us a serious tear in the moral fabric of Christian Culture
God is like a desperate lover. Do we love HIM enough?;
The crisis of Catholic identity today is clear in what we're seeing in the recent betrayal of the faith by the organizers of the St. Patrick's Day Parade. Boycott this parade!
When people want something false, it is our duty as Catholics to give them something true instead.