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New Radio Show & Podcast

I’m thrilled to share with you my new radio show with my new co-host: author and apologist Don Johnson! Trending with Don and Timmerie takes up the baton of Hearts and Minds in a fresh way.  Trending is a nationally syndicated radio show and international Catholic podcast – my co-host Don Johnson and I talk the latest in culture. Are you […]

Catholic / contraception / homosexuality / Jesus / morality / Uncategorized

Hearts and Minds

I am excited to announce that I am co-hosting a new weekly radio show called Hearts and Minds produced in partnership with Catholic Answers and the Diocese of San Diego.  Over the last year I’ve developed a new found friendship with my co-host Trent Horn, an apologist and speaker with Catholic Answers.   Together Trent and I look at timely […]

Catholic / culture

Tattoo Artist to Monk

“Six years ago, Mount Angel Abbey's serene hilltop campus shook, as leather-clad Bobby Love rolled in on his motorcycle. Love removed his helmet revealing pierced ears and a mop of dreadlocks. With tattoos on his hands, arms and neck, he looked like an extra on "Sons of Anarchy" not a someone attending a retreat for […]

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Catholic Around the World

Sometimes we have this idea that America is the only place in the world. As young Catholics we forget there are other people in different countries who speak different languages, but are Catholic. They stand for the same exact things Catholics in the US stand for! Do you ever feel alone, like the only person […]

Bible / Catholic / faith

Flatline

Why is it that highs are so high and lows so low? It’s as if we constantly wait to grasp on to something exciting or devastating in life. Always searching for the next new thing. In other words, when life is flatline it’s often not enough. I work in a pregnancy resource center that helps […]

abortion / Breast Cancer / Catholic / contraception / planned parenthood / The Pill

Beginning Today “Just One Little Pill” to Change the World

This morning Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood, asked the question “Can one little pill change the world?” She asked this because today, August 1, 2012 women in the U.S. will begin to access free birth control with no co-payments.  With greater access to birth control beginning today, I would like to share some information […]

abortifacient / abortion / Catholic / contraception / planned parenthood

Will You Be a Target?

Have you heard? Apparently someone you know needs birth control. Did you know that Planned Parenthood considers Catholics to be pro-choice? If you are Catholic and you are are neither pro-choice nor pro-artificial contraception, read on.  If you look at Facebook advertisements or Planned Parenthood advertisements on the side of the road it would certainly […]

abortion / Bible / Catechism / Catholic / contraception / faith / HHS

The Church (that’s you), Will She Stand United; Will She Stand at All?

A few weeks ago in mass, after reading the most atrocious ad published in the New York Times It’s Time to Quit the Catholic Church to us during a homily, Father Charles (a Norbertine priest) said that a bishop told him a few years ago something along the lines of ‘I will die peacefully in […]

abortifacient / abortion / Catholic / Prolife

Religious Freedom Rally – Keep the Momentum

Friday March 23 at noon, thousands of people gathered at over 140 locations across the country for the Stand Up for Religious Freedom rallies in opposition to the HHS mandate. I took in the beautiful ocean view as we were about to start our rally in San Diego. Once the rally began, I delivered the […]

abortion / Catholic / pregnancy / Prolife

Missing Children – World Down Syndrome Day

We hear the numbers over and over again, 3,500+ children aborted every day in the United States, but because these children are aborted and never see the light of day, there is never a face associated with the little persons in the womb. Allow me to put a face on the children that should have […]