Category Archive: Essays

In Aeternum: The England That Never Changes

“Seeing true England through the perspective of the Triune splendor of the Good, the True and the Beautiful, we know that such an England can never die…”


President Trump: My Fears, My Hopes, and a Call to Live the Gospel

“At 3:30 in the morning after the 2016 presidential election, I woke up and saw the soft glow that told me my wife was awake and on her phone…”

What Would Jesus Do on Election Day?: A Non-Partisan Christian Reflection

“On election day Jesus would, of course, die for the redemption of the world. I know it sounds trite, but this is no mere Sunday School answer…”

If We Can Keep It: Maintaining Constitutional Relevancy in Modern America

“The Constitution is still relevant because of its purpose: to establish a solid foundation that protects the rights and upholds the truths listed in the Declaration of Independence.”

Keep Your Eyes Fixed on Jesus: The Importance of Focusing on God during an Election Year

“Politics can be a good and rewarding hobby or occupation, but only if you do one thing: keep your focus on God.”

For the Poor Souls Today: Praying with the Communion of Saints for the Holy Souls

“So let us send up our prayers with the saints, for the poor souls today!”

Holiness Through Humility: A Lifetime Journey with the Saints

“Saints are those who have gone before us. They are the veterans who have charged the blood-red field, planted the lily-white banner, and cheer us on to follow them to victory.”

Romance Lives: A Movie Review of “The Phantom”

“The Phantom stands against both the ‘old guard’ of evil and its self-proclaimed ‘new guard’…”