Originally from Portland, Oregon, Jason Bach has been drawing cartoons for as long as he can remember. He graduated in 2007 from Oregon State University, where he drew a daily strip for the student newspaper. More recently, he was named ‘Best Comic Cartoonist’ in 2012 by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. He currently lives as a Catholic in a sea of Protestants at Princeton Theological Seminary, where he is pursuing a Masters of Divinity.
Some time ago, I was participating in a Facebook conversation about natural family planning when one of the respondents objected that the topic wasn’t appropriate for a forum as public as Facebook. Others, she claimed, might be grossed out by the discussion should not be exposed to it. We NFP-supporters are familiar with such reasoning [...]
Patheos’ Barbara Nicolosi wrote a new article about the failure of parish-based catechesis. She’s largely correct and as a theology teacher, I can’t say I disagree with her plan for handling it. However, she doesn’t entirely flesh-out a deeper question. Parish-based (and even school-based) catechesis only works when it is a supplement to family-based catechesis, [...]
The Boy Scouts announced this evening that they are permitting youth – but not adults – with same-sex attraction: Today, following this review, the most comprehensive listening exercise in Scouting’s history the approximate 1,400 voting members of the Boy Scouts of America’s National Council approved a resolution to remove the restriction denying membership to youth [...]
What do Republicans have in common with Democrats? If Louisana State Senator Peacock and US Senator Landrieu (from Louisiana) are our samples, the answer is religious dishonesty that seeks ultimately to remove Christianity from the political equation in America. I wrote last week about the moral stupidity of a local Louisiana politician, State Sen. Barrow [...]
I watched in horror with countless others across America as the events of Sandy Hook unfolded. Though I can’t understand first hand what they are going through, I can relate to the students who must return to or attend Sandy Hook for the first time this fall. A year before I graduated high school, the [...]
The Millennial Generation has lately come to be much more frequently discussed. As a Millennial myself and a teacher of Millennials, I have a great personal interest in the discussion. About the Millennials, there is no shortage of observations coming from the Baby Boomers. Joel Stein of TIME Magazine, himself hailing from the margins between [...]
“Do not give what is holy to dogs, or throw your pearls before swine, lest they trample them underfoot, and turn and tear you to pieces.” -Matthew 7:6 I got my start in the online Catholic world when I was 15, learning and applying apologetics on a very secular forum. As a trial by fire, [...]Click here to read more articles from Micah...