Tag Archives: World War II

Stan the Man

Yesterday, the president presented the Medal of Freedom to one of the finest baseball players in the history of the game, a devout Catholic and father – Stan Musial.  We’re a bit young to have seen Stan the Man play … Continue reading

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Courage Secularized: Change Comes with Awareness and Christ

This article over at InsideCatholic.com titled, “False Courage and True Courage by Mark Shea offers several interesting themes related to the conflict between political ideology and the Catholic Church, and how it’s understood today. Mr. Shea shows four examples of … Continue reading

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Patton on Prayer: Essential to Success

“I am a strong believer in Prayer. There are three ways that men get what they want; by planning, by working, and by Praying. Any great military operation takes careful planning, or thinking. Then you must have well-trained troops to … Continue reading

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