Matt is the courageous husband of Mikki and extraordinarily proud father to Mary and Luke. His Catholic faith, and brother Drew, led him to Benedictine College where he majored in Political Science. Since 2008, Matt has worked as a private contractor. Matt’s interests include writing, marksmanship, and singing in the choir and Schola Cantorum at the Cathedral of St. John Berchmans.
When the time for Pentecost was fulfilled, they were all in one place together. And suddenly there came from the sky a noise like a strong driving wind, and it filled the entire house in which they were. Then there appeared to them tongues as of fire, which parted and came to rest on each [...]
Guns, guns, guns. What more is there to be said about guns? While perusing the news I discovered the following article at Yahoo News about Russia selling weapons to Syria. Israel warned the United States in recent days that Russia plans to sell advanced ground-to-air missile systems to Syria despite Western pressure on Moscow to [...]
I’ve posted at least once (I think) before about how our government doesn’t work to solve problems, but works to pit party against party and voter against voter for the sake of winning future elections. I find it particularly telling when the biggest issues of the day are decided by events in our nation and [...]
“A woman convinced against her will is of the same opinion still” ~American proverb I like debate. My wife says she married me because I am a man of conviction, a crusader. In my many years of crusading, debating, public dialogue, and internet commbox combat, I have realized one thing. People will not change and [...]
Last week, I had an internet discussion with a mother regarding secular culture’s attitude toward sex. During our conversation, the mother conveyed her despair that, “statistically no matter what kind of parent I am that is unlikely to happen.” “That” referring to her daughter remaining a virgin until she gets married. Frankly, statistics are often [...]
As almost none of you know, last year I departed my very unstable line of work for greener pastures. Actually the work departed me for the West Texas desert. After four years of job instability I decided to pursue a new career For the past 9 months, I have largely spent my free time taking [...]
I remarked to my sister-in-law, Katie, the other day how being a stay-at-home dad has its good moments, but that discipline is one of the most difficult concepts around which to wrap my brain. I feel I can never strike the perfect balance between too harsh or too mellow. One thing you never want to [...]Click here to read more articles from Matt...