A Young Catholic Editor talks about Faith, Politics, Pope Francis and the Subtle Tyranny of Social Media

A Young Catholic Editor talks about Faith, Politics, Pope Francis and the Subtle Tyranny of Social Media

When the late William F. Buckley set out to find a religion editor for National Review, he was careful to choose a Protestant. Though a Catholic himself, Buckley feared that his magazine—by then, already the flaghship of American conservatism—was becoming “too Catholic.” Eventually, he settled on a bombastic Lutheran minister named Richard John Neuhaus. Alas…
It Doesn’t Matter Who You Are, It Always Comes Back to Faith: Rush Limbaugh, stage 4 lung cancer, Congressional medal of Freedom

It Doesn’t Matter Who You Are, It Always Comes Back to Faith: Rush Limbaugh, stage 4 lung cancer, Congressional medal of Freedom

He was awarded the Congressional Medal of Freedom at last night’s State of the Union, not because everyone agrees or disagrees with him, not because he is has followed his passion, done what he loves and attracted as of 2020 an audience of 27 million, but because Rush Limbaugh tirelessly, and with entertaining humor appreciated…
Humility should be cornerstone of professional journalism, pope tells journalists

Humility should be cornerstone of professional journalism, pope tells journalists

Vatican City, May 18, 2019 / 07:08 am (CNA)– Pope Francis told journalists Saturday that their profession has a great responsibility, the foundation of which should be humility. “Humility is an essential virtue for spiritual life; but I would say that it can also be a fundamental element of your profession,” the pope said May…
Interview with Portrait Photographer of Saints Mother Teresa and John Paul II

Interview with Portrait Photographer of Saints Mother Teresa and John Paul II

Renown portrait photographer Michael Collopy, a devout Catholic, is about as humble as you can get. Yet his easy-to-know manner and quick smile belie his extraordinary talent with people and the camera.  The subjects of his work would agree, who include Saint John Paul II and Saint Mother Teresa, as well as Mick Jagger, Bono,…
Former George H.W. Bush Speechwriter on Why the President Was Shy About Talking About His World War II Service in Public

Former George H.W. Bush Speechwriter on Why the President Was Shy About Talking About His World War II Service in Public

Catholic Business Journal writers felt this short piece captured excellently what few others did, namely an inside glimpse at the noble and interesting profession of speech-writing. TIME, by Mary Kate Cary—I joined the Bush-Quayle presidential campaign in the summer of 1988 when I was 25, writing something called the “line of the day”—a one-page memo…