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Religion On A Sleeve

Saturday, October 30th, 2010
[caption id="attachment_359" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="A Son and His Father"][/caption] About 22 years ago, during a discussion with one of my brothers about religion, the issue of devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary came up.  When I tried to point out the reasons why it was important to pray a Rosary every day, my brother got irritated with me… Read More

Say Hello To Your New “Friend”

Saturday, October 23rd, 2010
In last week’s article, A Prowler In The House, I threw down the gauntlet and challenged fathers to start conducting surprise inspections of their son’s iPods, cell phones, computers, and other devices.* After I wrote the article, I kept hearing the same imaginary… Read More

A Prowler In The House

Saturday, October 16th, 2010
About 10 years ago I stopped by another attorney’s office to talk to him about a case we were working on together.  After we were finished discussing the case, I asked him how his two sons were doing.  He responded by telling me that he had recently caught his 18 year old son viewing pornography on the internet.  I asked him how he handled the situation and he said he told his son it was… Read More

The Ability To Avoid Surrender

Saturday, October 9th, 2010
Earlier this year in an article I wrote entitled Ambushed By My Cousin, I told you I was going to write 3 articles about how to raise boys into responsible Catholic men.  The articles were going to be entitled: (1) Hammerheads, Bricks & Challengers; (2) A Prowler In The… Read More

A Replaceable Commodity

Saturday, October 2nd, 2010
When I was a junior in college, I got into a discussion with my dad about the role of large companies in America.  I remember the conversation like it was yesterday.  We were standing in the kitchen at my parents’ home and I told him I believed that one of the primary responsibilities of large companies was to provide employment for individuals.  He looked at me like I was a two headed… Read More