How do we define dignity, especially in the face of certain death? And does dignity have any meaning outside of a relationship with other people? In our pilot episode, we share the story of Ann Humphry as told by Rita Marker in her book, Deadly Compassion: The Death of Ann Humphry and the Truth About […]
by Omar Gutiérrez The election is upon us, and if the news reports and my own experience are accurate, the vast majority of us will be glad when it is over. I am not exaggerating when I say this has been the worst election cycle I have ever experienced, but I may surprise you when I […]
by Omar Gutiérrez Several years ago, I was told by a veteran Catholic observer of all things political that criticizing one candidate necessarily meant I was endorsing the other. He also said that writing in a candidate for president was a failure of my moral obligation to vote. More recently, I was told by several […]
by Omar Gutierrez Tweet The fact that there is a Catechism paragraph on the death penalty would make most Catholics think that understanding the Church’s teaching on the matter would be easy. It’s there in black and white—what’s not to understand? But the human mind is Olympic in its ability to twist and […]
Click below for the full photographic re-cap of this year’s I-80 Collar Series, courtesy of the Archdiocese of Omaha Vocations Office.