We Cannot Diminish the Meaning of Thanksgiving

by David M. Carollo – Thanksgiving calls us to embrace the meaning of the day—gratitude. The holiday itself was founded for this purpose. The 1779 Congressional Thanksgiving Proclamation states that […]

Even If a Man Should Rise From the Dead

By David M. Carollo – I have traveled the world and seen the great edifices erected by tradesmen who meticulously applied their skills, leaving their mark for others to marvel […]

Who Are We?

by David M. Carollo – As believers, we accept something that is beyond human reason. Like Mary, Joseph and those enlightened through God’s grace, we know that there is something our […]

Am I my brother’s keeper? 

By David M. Carollo – When God asked Cain where his brother Abel was, he responded: “Am I my brother’s keeper?” Knowing that he had murdered him, motivated by jealousy, […]

The Rosary is a ‘Weapon’ of Love

by David M. Carollo – I am dismayed at the assertion in the article written in ‘The Atlantic’ by Daniel Panneton, that devout Catholics use the rosary as a weapon […]

The Annihilation of the Soul

by David M. Carollo – Perhaps the most ominous prediction made by Our Lady at Fatima in 1917 was a warning that nations could be annihilated. Pictures of a nuclear […]

Post-Pandemic, Not Post-Catholic

by David M. Carollo – In 2020 and 2021, in response to the directives of government officials, businesses and churches were closed to stop the spread of the Covid virus. […]

United with Mary for Peace Among the Nations

by David M. Carollo The United States/Canada border was long considered the longest non-border in the world. Traveling from Upstate New York to Michigan, for example, one finds the most […]