Gregory Erlandson

May 18, 2015
As was easily predicted, the impending canonization of Blessed Junipero Serra has provoked a deluge of anti-Catholic stories.

Nov 26, 2014
Instead of listening to the Pope as shepherd, we are measuring him to see if he fits our positions.

Jun 30, 2014
It has been one year since the U.S. Supreme Court officially blessed the redefinition of marriage and opened the federal flood gates to a wave of (largely successful) lawsuits by same-sex couples.

May 7, 2014
You know what torture is? Torture is enduring the mounting attacks against the Catholic Church by United Nations’ committees who are stretching their mandates past the breaking point in the service of Catholicism’s ideological enemies.

Apr 29, 2014
At the funeral of Pope John Paul II in 2005, many in the crowd chanted “Santo subito,” calling for him to be made a saint immediately. While it took nine years, in terms of how such processes usually go, this was about as "subito" as one can get.

Feb 28, 2014
One year after the election of Pope Francis, cynics are breathing a little easier. For a while, it seemed as if a sea change had occurred in the Catholic Church and in how it is perceived.

Dec 14, 2013
Companies are fighting the Health and Human Services mandate forcing organizations to provide abortion-inducing drugs, sterilizations, and contraceptives to their employees despite religious objections.

Oct 8, 2013
Pope Francis has made it clear what to expect from the new papacy in his four-point plan.

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