Fred Steiner, Requiescat in Pace

Fred Steiner died today.  Not a household name, but you have probably heard his music, as he composed the music for many hit TV shows, perhaps most notably for Perry Mason.  A very young Don McClarey loved the Perry Mason

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Fiat voluntas tua sicut in caelo et in terra, Secunda pars

The following is the second part to this post. It is recommended that you read the first part before reading the second part.  There has been some request for the original address given by Cardinal George.  I have been unable to

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Houston National Cemetery: God Not Welcome

Yet another demonstration of the fundamental hostility to Christianity that lurks barely beneath the surface in the Obama administration: Local veterans and volunteer groups accuse Department of Veterans Affairs officials of censoring religious speech — including the word “God” –

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Lincoln and the Declaration of Independence

In a speech given on August 17, 1858 in Lewistown, Illinois, in the midst of the Stephen-Douglas debates, Abraham Lincoln celebrated the Declaration as a beacon of freedom: The Declaration of Independence was formed by the representatives of American liberty from

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