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Take It From Teresa

Teresa Tomeo is considered one of today's leading contemporary Catholic thinkers and teachers. Here you will find her popular Eye on Culture column published through Our Sunday Visitor newspaper as well as her thoughts and reflections on issues of the day.

  • All The News That's Fit to Twist And Then Some

    Teresa Tomeo on Oct 25, 2016
    Tagged in: Teresa's Blog

    Reporters notebook 2Before each presentation I’ve delivered in recent months focusing on media bias and the election I always begin with a simple question. The question is preceded by a call for a show of hands. “How many of you would agree, despite whether your politics lean to the left or the right, voters need and have a right to expect accurate information from the media in order to help them make well-educated decisions at the polls?



  • Catholic Resources on Voting Issues

    Teresa Tomeo on Oct 14, 2016
    Tagged in: Teresa's Blog

    CatholicResourcesOn Voting IssuesWe have compiled a list of resources for the Catholic voter to be educated on the issues this election season, and to be able to make voting decisions calmly and rationally, with an informed conscience. It is important that you vote this election season. Don't be guided by emotion, but study the party platforms carefully, and prayerfully compare them to the teachings of Christ and His Church.



  • We've Heard This One Before

    Teresa Tomeo on Oct 12, 2016
    Tagged in: Teresa's Blog

    sunrise smI don’t think it was any coincidence that the week a group of theologians based in the United Kingdom released a statement demanding the Catholic Church change her teachings on sexuality and contraception that one of the readings for the daily Mass came from the first chapter of Ecclesiastes.



  • Twelve Million Dollars Worth of Media Manipulation

    Teresa Tomeo on Sep 15, 2016
    Tagged in: Media Bias

    Camera zoomMoney talks and maybe now that a guns rights organization is suing well-known media personality Katie Couric, and other producers, for alleged deceptive editing in a “documentary” movie, other secular media outlets just might wake up and realize that they can’t continually play fast and loose with the facts in order to push opinion and agenda, and get away with it.



  • Prayer & Pasta: Make a Difference by Making a Meal – Italy & Louisiana Disaster Assistance

    Teresa Tomeo on Aug 26, 2016
    Tagged in: Teresa's Blog

    IMG 1094 amatriciana1 smThere is much to say about the importance of breaking bread together as a family. Catholics, of course, have a deeper understanding of the many connections between of food and faith because of the Eucharist. Jesus is “the bread of life” and in the Church we take that quite literally. But the idea of “family meal time” is also a great way to witness to the secular world about the love of God.


    Case in point would be the two disasters that have been making international headlines: the earthquake in central Italy and the flooding in Baton Rouge.



  • Olympic Gold Medal Mom Celebrates Sport and Motherhood

    Teresa Tomeo on Aug 21, 2016
    Tagged in: sports

    Gold MedalWhen I was growing up in the ’70s, the so-called women’s liberation movement built its message around the idea of choice. If women chose to stay home and have children, that was fine, and if they chose to be in the workforce, that was fine as well. Seeking some balance in both was also greatly promoted — or, should I say, sold — to women. But the truth of the matter was that women who chose anything but shooting for the corner office were made to feel as if they were setting a bad example for women everywhere ­­—­ and taking the feminist movement backward instead of forward.



  • Pray and Fast For Our Nation

    Teresa Tomeo on Aug 16, 2016
    Tagged in: Prayer

    Pray And Fast For Our Nation 3If my people who are called by my name humble themselves, and pray and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land.

    2 Chronicles 7:14


    “The only hope for our country is God,” says Fr. John Riccardo, pastor of Our Lady of Good Counsel parish in Plymouth, Michigan. Fr. Riccardo encourages us to pray until the end of 2016 for us, the reparation of our sins, and the sins of our country, and beg God for forgiveness and mercy. It is a prayer project that is spreading to parishes and dioceses across the country. Fr. John joined me for an interview discussing why we need to fast and pray for our country during this election year. I urge you to listen to this interview, begin praying and fasting, and hopefully spread this to your friends and family, parish, diocese, Bible study, or prayer group. Ask your pastor if this can be implemented in your parish.



  • Setting The World On Fire No Matter What The Cost

    Teresa Tomeo on Aug 16, 2016
    Tagged in: Teresa's Blog

    Czestochowa w massAs my husband and I were traveling to Poland just a few days ago to begin our journey in the footsteps of some of the country's greatest saints, we were coming off of yet another troubling week of news coverage of the presidential election. There were also a number of stories on the continued push of the transgender agenda. Everywhere, or so it seems, there were additional attacks on family values and especially the teachings of the Catholic Church. Reminding us once again that religious freedoms and freedom of speech are slowly being wiped out before our very eyes. I couldn’t wait to get on the plane and leave it all behind. Quite frankly, I was tired of hearing all the bad news, and tired of having to address the topics on my radio show. I needed a break.



  • Financial "Health" of Abortion Industry v. "Women's Health"

    Teresa Tomeo on Jun 27, 2016
    Tagged in: Teresa's Blog

    doctor table smWhile not surprising, the Supreme Court decision striking down the Texas law that regulated the safety of abortion clinics, is devastating on many levels. Once again the lives of women, not to mention of course, the life of innocent children in the womb, are put in jeopardy because the highest court of the land agrees that basic health and safety standards are burdensome. It’s also extremely hypocritical on the part of those pro-abortion activists fighting the regulations. It’s about “health“ alright, in one sense of the word. But it’s not about the physical health of women. In the end, it’s about the financial “health” of the abortion industry. How many abortions can they perform, and how much money can they make with as little investment as possible? As pro-life leaders across the nation are saying, it’s disguised as a caring and compassionate decision when it’s really a decision based on a big dollar sign. And why wouldn’t it be when the abortion industry in the United States takes in close to a billion dollars a year or more.



  • Frozen Moments of Faith, Fellowship & Fun in Italy

    Teresa Tomeo on Jun 22, 2016
    Tagged in: Travel

    Cascia 2 sm

    Today we said “arreverdci“ to St. Claire and St. Francis and their town of Assisi, and headed to Cascia to learn more about St. Rita. St. Rita was an Augustinian nun who experienced the stigmata. Numerous miracles are attributed to her and she is the patron saint of impossible situations as well as a patron for troubled marriages and estranged families.


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