William, a Rhode Island native, resides in Ontario, Canada with his wife and two daughters. He attended Providence College where he studied Theology in a Liberal Arts curriculum. His passion for theology led him to become an active member of the Church where he feels a calling to the diaconate as well as founding the first youth group at his parish. He enjoys reading and staying up late playing either the bass guitar or the drums, much to his wife's displeasure. William spends his free time learning ASL, tinkering with computing languages like HTML, and Java, playing with his daughters, loving his wife, and reading anything by Greg Popcack.
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These revelations (not the abuses) are good because God demands authenticity. God is not satisfied with the appearance of holiness and the smell of incense while in secret the stink of hypocrisy wafts from white-washed coffins. God desires men and women after his own heart whose souls echo the crystalline halls described by St. Teresa of Avila and who permit our Lord to reign supreme in the throne rooms of their souls.
The New York Times. The Washington Post. CBS News. National Catholic Reporter. America Magazine. Catholic News Agency. These are just a few of the copious news organizations reporting on the Cardinal McCarrick scandal but after so much damage how do we fix it. Here we dive into possible real world solutions that can be made effective with God's grace and careful application.
What is a true and good Catholic to do amidst the divisive uproar all around us in the form of likes, shares, pins, tweets, searches, and blinking screens of various sizes? Read more to find out how to respond to tense cultural situations the Catholic way.