Eugen of Austria: Prince of Catholic Chivalry

Archduke Eugen

One of the last great figures of Catholic chivalry, Archduke Eugen von Habsburg served his Church, his nation and his sovereigns with admirable devotion and loyalty. Refusing to profit from the downfall of the Austro-Hunagrian monarchy, he refused the throne as well as resigned his position as the last lay-religious Hoch- und Deutschmeister of the … Read more

ManHacks: Sharp Axe of Kindness

Axe Sheath

I was recently packing up for a camping trip and outfitting my camper with a toolbox, gathering all the basic tools I might need (perhaps another ManHack list for another time). I had just nicely sharpened up a small hatchet (also another ManHack for another time) and I thought it might fit nicely in the … Read more

ManHacks: Quick and Clean Condiment Refill

Condiment Refill

What do you get when you go through a lot of ketchup and you like to be both efficient and resourceful? You get a guy who needs a quick and clean way to fill a condiment bottle! Sure, you could just go out and buy a new full bottle of ketchup. But there’s a cheaper and … Read more

A Letter to a Good Father

Dad Baby Hands

Dear Dad, How can I begin to express how grateful I am for everything you’ve been for me? Thanks to you, I am not among the one-third of all children who are raised in a home absent of my biological father. For some providential reason I was born to you, a caring and selfless father  who … Read more

Apologetics In The Home: An Interview

walking path

This is a re-published interview by Canadian Catholic apologist, Matt Nelson from ReasonableCatholic.com. This interview poses a few questions on my own upbringing and Catholic formation, as well as my perspective on apologetics within the home. ReasonableCatholic.com is a highly recommended resource for your personal formation in apologetics. I’ve been looking forward to doing this interview for a … Read more