Most of our laws in the U.S. and the Western world can be traced back to religion – either Christianity or Paganism à la Greeks and Romans. Religious roots are part of our national heritage, but that’s okay
Growing up Catholic has allowed me to go beyond popular opinions and blind expressions, and has directed me to the Infinite Good we all desire.
Every year, more than 300 million people from around the world go on religious tours.
I haven’t been to a Christmas pageant in a while. I can’t remember the last time I lit a candle on an Advent wreath. The words to “Silent Night” escape me. As much as I hate to admit it, I’ve become part of the American tradition of a very secular Christmas.
Since there is no longer a definition of what a typical couple looks like, does religion matter anymore in a relationship?
Through music, Christian artists can relay their message of peace without forcing Bible verses down the throats of their listeners. Artists such as Katy Perry, Creed and Insane Clown Posse all have deep roots in Christianity.
A study recently came out preachin’ the gospel on how educated-people-don’t-believe-in-God, which made Glenn Beck absolutely livid to the point where he forgets how to speak English. Move over Boomers, we are coming for ya with our apathetic torches a-blazin’.
To get us even more excited for the holidays, here are TNGG’s favorite Christmas songs.
To a certain degree, it is the Church’s job to offer their patrons, and humanity in general, some security, protection and health. This must include sexual health.
Even though I am no longer a practicing Catholic, I am still grateful for the lessons Catholicism has taught me. To live the best life I can live, without judgment of others, with mercy, with humility.