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A candidate who’s finally ready to tell the emperor he has no clothes on?

A candidate who’s finally ready to tell the emperor he has no clothes on?

“One of the things I will talk about, that no president has talked about before, is I think the dangers of contraception in this country….Many of the Christian faith have…

Daniel Avila Was Right

Daniel Avila Was Right

  By: Paul Murano – December, 2011 In the October 28th edition of the Boston Pilot, the Newspaper of the Archdiocese of Boston, Daniel Avila wrote a column entitled, “Some…

Occupying Earth

Occupying Earth

  By: Paul Murano – November, 2011 No one seems to notice the relationship between two converging occurrences in the news recently. Person number seven billion has joined us on…

The Benefit of Home Schooling

The Benefit of Home Schooling

By: Paul Murano For the past nine years I have taught at four colleges, and I’ve come to know what to expect. This year, however, I started a new job…

Now Here’s Something We Can Do!

Now Here’s Something We Can Do!

  By: Peter Larocue – September, 2011 In my August Valley Patriot column I wrote about having an event where we the Citizens of Lawrence who believe in the power…

Uglo-Americans Unite!

Uglo-Americans Unite!

  By: Paul Murano – September, 2011 The ugly may finally be getting some attention. And I’m not being cute. The New York Times just released an article on how…

An Open Letter to President Obama

An Open Letter to President Obama

  By Mark Dubinski – May, 2011   President Barack Obama The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500   Dear President Obama: With all due respect, I…

Hundreds Rally to Save Saint Mary’s School

Hundreds Rally to Save Saint Mary’s School

Catholic Church to Close Saint Mary’s After Promising to keep it Open By: Tom Duggan – May, 2011 Hundreds of students, parents and supporters of Saint Mary’s School of the…

What is Truth

What is Truth

  By: Paul Murano – April, 2011 This month the world’s two billion Christians celebrate Easter, their biggest holiday of the year. I want to focus on three words posed…

Wise Men Still Seek Him

Wise Men Still Seek Him

  By: Paul Murano , January, 2011 On December 29th on WHAV radio I wished the host of Paying Attention a Merry Christmas. Tom Duggan, the host, immediately informed me…

Killing off Baby Jesus

  By: Kethleen LaPlante – December, 2010 That is what Christmas is about these days. Killing off and eliminating Baby Jesus from the Christmas season. It’s infanticide, of sorts. For…

On Condoms: Did Pope Benedict Change Church Teaching?

On Condoms: Did Pope Benedict Change Church Teaching?

By: Paul Murano – December, 2010 As the secular media falls over itself in a frenzy spinning a leaked passage from a new book that interviews Pope Benedict XVI, we…

The Shallow World of Politics

The Shallow World of Politics

  By: Paul Murano – November, 2010 Okay, so Republicans have picked up major gains in this midterm election. Is this something conservatives should celebrate? Does it mean the country…

Christianity vs. Humanism: A review

Christianity vs. Humanism: A review

  By: Paul Murano – October, 2010 I went to a debate the other night between Humanists and Christians sponsored by the Chesterton Society of Worcester on the question of…

Islam and the Cultural Left, Strange Bedfellows

Islam and the Cultural Left, Strange Bedfellows

  By: Paul Murano – September, 2010 Why people think the way they do is fascinating. Who would have thought the issue of an Islamic cultural center being built near…