Author Archives: Paul Heidmann


A Light in Dark Places

Few understand the heavy burden carried by foster children. The greatest majority of them have been raised, from birth, in a home that is far from ideal. They love their parents, with all of the […]

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Family Answers to Big Questions

The family was given to us by God as the fundamental building block of society (“As the family goes, so goes the nation, and so goes the whole world in which we live.” — Pope […]

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How to Defeat Homosexual Marriage

Recently, the Supreme Court tragically ruled that homosexual marriage must be recognized across the United States. Many were left feeling hopeless in the wake of this shocking malfeasance. The ability of our federal judiciary to […]

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Homosexual Marriage

Introduction It has been amazing, and incredibly disheartening, to see how quickly homosexuality and homosexual marriage have come to be accepted in America. Many are left searching for answers, many more have become ensnared by […]

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Picture Perfect Love: Dating Advice for my Daughters

Love’s Portrait God is love (1 John 4:8). To understand love we must first know God, and we must always have this fact, that God is love, in the forefront of our minds. Many in […]

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Follow the Fruit: Kids, Creeds, and Catholics

I praise you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because you have hidden these things from the wise and learned, and revealed them to little children — Matt 11:25 If you are listening, children will […]

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A Meager Reality

What it is Like to be Poor in America Today in America, there are several societal forces that work to keep the poor fairly hidden from the rest of us. This is unfortunate. What these […]

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The Greatest of These

In today’s technological society, it is easy to forget how much we depend on pictures (examples, illustrations, symbols) to show us the way. In a world filled with smart phones, tablets, and television, we are […]

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