Posted on Apr 25, 2015. Full Post.

Growing in Faith along the Camino

Standing before the Eucharistic miracle from O Cebreiro. Galicia
It seems self-evident that a pilgrimage is an act of faith and religious devotion. The Camino de Santiago de Compostela, in particular, is a punishing path that only a masochist – one who takes pleasure out of pain – would do for fun. Blisters, scrambling up and down goat paths and sloshing along in driving rain, all with a heavy pack on your back is more akin to boot camp than a vacation. Nevertheless, many pilgrims along the Camino are “searching” and not practicing any religion. I am constantly having conversations centered on Catholicism, why it is I am a…
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HLI Helps to Thwart Gender Ideology Agenda at OAS Summit

Posted on Apr 24, 2015. Full Post.
April 22, 2015 — Panama is perhaps best known as the location of the canal that connects the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The country is considered one of the fastest…
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HLI Expands Partnerships at 1st Bi-National Evangelization Congress

Posted on Apr 22, 2015. Full Post.
This week, Cecilia Rodriguez, advisor of REDESSVIDA (Latin American Network of Priests and Seminarians for Life), and I participated in the first Binational Pro-Family & Pro-Life Congress in El Paso,…
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The 8 Threats to Marriage and What We Can Do About It

Posted on Apr 21, 2015. Full Post.
On April 25, 2015, thousands of Americans will gather in Washington, DC for the March for Marriage. Some may ask, “Why now?” Though weakened by previous assaults, the institution of…
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Pro-Life Thoughts on the Camino

Posted on Apr 20, 2015. Full Post.
My primary purpose for walking the Camino de Santiago de Compostela was to perform a spiritual pilgrimage that has been undertaken since ancient times by countless Christians. Even with such…
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