Category: Religion News

On the Road Again

Author: Fr. Nicholas A. Marziani, Jr., D.Min. This must be extremely brief, as I’m preparing to head off to Europe in the morning (dateline: July 13th, a Friday – ah, a very blessed day, imho!). A very special pilgrimage awaits...

Read More

Exit Strategy

by: Fr. Nicholas A. Marziani, Jr., D.Min. As a political moderate, perhaps leaning just a bit to the right at times, I deeply appreciate professional acumen and a balanced style when it comes to reporting the news. Too many of...

Read More

Nuns Among Us

by Fr. Nicholas A. Marziani, Jr., D.Min. I am no aficionado of late-night talk shows, so I would have missed this little tidbit, probably best left “unattended” given its unfortunate message. Turns out that Jimmy Kimmel used the...

Read More

Coming up empty

The other day one of my good neighbor friends here at Makarios on the beach, Randy Overbeck, and I were near the condo pool area, which is located adjacent to the mailboxes that serve the subdivision. It was becoming late afternoon, and the mail had not yet been delivered, as sometimes occurs due to postal system hiccups and such.

Read More

Another “way” of Faith

by Fr. Nicholas A. 
Marziani, Jr., D.Min. Read an interesting piece in the Adventure & Travel section of the just-before-Christmas weekend edition of my favorite daily rag, the venerable Wall Street Journal. Entitled...

Read More


by: ~ Fr. Nicholas A. Marziani, Jr., D.Min. It is interesting how much one learns about life in general from just reading the paper. And in my case, as most of this column’s readers know, that usually means the Wall Street...

Read More

Wall Street gets religion: a twofer

by Fr. Nicholas A. Marziani, Jr., D.Min. Long-time readers of this column know I often make reference to articles in the Wall Street Journal’s Opinion section, but just a couple days ago (Nov. 9th and 10th, as of this writing),...

Read More