One of the greatest fallacies taught by the human condition is that everything is dependent upon man. Marlon De La Torre explores the "Theology of Me" more closely.
How do you raise boys to be men of God without losing your moral nerve? Marlon De La Torre shares his thoughts and strategies.
In his review of Small Steps, Marlon De La Torre shares a Catholic Dad's perspective on the daily devotional.
Words cannot begin to express the jubilation felt by my fellow Hispanics with the elevation of Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio to See of Peter as Pope Francis. This was quite evident last night while teaching a catechist formation
You have heard the phrase the “Devil is in the Details” used to describe a certain action or task in need of completion. Or, used in another forum, how missed little details prevented a project from being
But as for you man of God, shun all this; aim at righteousness, godliness, faith, love, steadfastness. Fight the good fight of the faith; take hold of the eternal life to which you were called when you
Did Jesus really sin? Apparently nearly 60% of all practicing Catholic within the Diocese of Camden, NJ believe so. This was the findings of a religious survey commissioned by the Diocese of Camden for all intense purposes
It never fails that in the annals of public opinion man seems to think more than ever that he is sufficient without God. You would think Atheists, Gnostics, or anyone who would prefer worshipping a tree rather
“About this we have much to say which is hard to explain, since you have become dull of hearing. For though by this time you ought to be teachers, you need someone to teach you again the
Editor’s note: Today, we welcome Marlon De La Torre to our CatholicMom.com family of bloggers. I recently had the opportunity to meet Marlon in person and know that his tremendous experience will be a blessing to our