Gave a talk at St. Joseph’s Church in Modesto, California, about Pro-Life issues today. I said in Nazi Germany during World War II trains would come down the tracks Sunday mornings carrying screaming Jewish children and their wailing parents. The … Continue reading


For Martin Luther King Jr. Day today, my family and I road in a Koinonia Farm float in a parade through downtown Americus, Georgia, in the heart of the “Deep South.” As mentioned in an earlier journal entry, Koinonia Farm … Continue reading


We traveled south to Seville, Ohio where we stopped to have breakfast at the American Heritage Restaurant. The walls were a cornucopia of, well, American Heritage. There was a picture of a 1932 Plymouth convertible Coupe, price: $595. That’s right, … Continue reading


We’ve headed into Iowa, where we stopped in Newton. There I interviewed Fr. Ernie Braida who has helped coordinate a Sister Church program with a church in El Salvador. He said they regularly send parishioners (including medical personnel) to help … Continue reading