Have a Pint in Lent – It’s Saint Patrick’s Day!

Saint Patrick, the Irish, and Lent are all to thank for popularized celebration of Saint Patrick’s Day (which is very much secularized, but undeniably Catholic in tradition). It is nice to know that the world wholeheartedly embraces this Catholic tradition, which just goes to show that the Catholic roots of the Western World cannot be denied. … Read more

24 Rules on How to Be a Gentleman – Catholicized Part 2

…Continued. Know how to have a good time and to make time for leisure, so long as it is not degrading to yourself or others. (It fits in well here to advise exercising control over alcohol consumption. The gentleman with true strength and manliness is not the one who can drink the most before he is drunk, but … Read more

24 Rules on How to Be a Gentleman – Catholicized Part 1

Have a signature go-to drink that you can enjoy with your fellows at home, or at the local pub. (This means nothing complicated. I suggest Scotch. Wine is classy too.) Keep away from all negative social media activities, because gentleman just don’t engage in things like Twitter fights or negative-aggressive Facebook statuses. It’s just not classy (unless … Read more

Three Things I’d Like to Tell Christian Grey

Christian Grey - Fifty Shades of Grey - Universal 2015

You are the epitome of our world’s twisted view of sex, sexuality, and manliness. You have been duped for a fake version of what sexual relationships are all about. You have fallen for the lie that you have control, but you’re living a fantasy in more ways than in your sexual desires. You think you’re … Read more

Man Talk: Deacon Harold

There are two titles that we hold up high for all the world to see: Catholic and Man. Living up to these two titles is no easy task (aside from the grace of God). And sometimes it is a daunting task to be both Catholic and Man to their fullest potential. For most of us, if not all of … Read more