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Eucharistic Congress 2015

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Charlotte, NC

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Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN

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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.

  • Virginia TV Shooting Hits Home for Detroit Reporter

    Teresa Tomeo on Aug 26, 2015
    Tagged in: Teresa's Blog

    Virginia crew shootingIt is something you always worry about as a street reporter: your safety and the safety of your crew. News is 24/7. It happens anywhere, and can place you in a variety of circumstances and situations: some of them exciting and glamorous, some routine, and some downright dangerous.



  • “The Important Thing Is Never to Stop Questioning.”

    Teresa Tomeo on Jul 28, 2015
    Tagged in: Pro-life

    CMP Video 3 pricesPlanned Parenthood President Cecile Richards has been doing a lot of tap dancing lately trying to, of course, play the blame game when it comes to addressing questions regarding those very shocking and revealing undercover videos that continue to be released by the citizen journalism group The Center for Media Progress. Pointing at the accuser instead of looking in the mirror is one of the oldest tricks in the book when you’re caught between a rock and a hard place and have nowhere to hide. But the projection and deflection tactics are falling short, because the evidence against Planned Parenthood keeps piling up and so do those nagging questions.



  • Planned Parenthood Vende Pedazos de los Cuerpos de Bebes

    Teresa Tomeo on Jul 15, 2015
    Tagged in: Teresa's Blog

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    Planned Parenthood es un negocio grande - un negocio mantenido por nuestros impuestos estatales y federales. Pero los impuestos no son suficientes para apoyar su codicia. El ser los mayores proveedores de aborto en el país no es suficiente.  Ahora están vendiendo partes de los cuerpos de bebes. Aparentemente, corazones pequeños, hígados y extremidades son bastante populares en la comunidad de investigaciones.


  • Planned Parenthood Selling Baby Body Parts

    Teresa Tomeo on Jul 14, 2015
    Tagged in: Teresa's Blog

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    Planned Parenthood is a big business - a business supported by the U.S. Government, state and local governments, and your tax dollars. But tax dollars are not enough to support their greed. No, being the largest abortion provider in the country isn't enough. Now they are selling baby body parts too. Apparently, tiny hearts, livers and limbs are pretty popular in the research community.


  • What’s Truth Got to Do With It?

    Teresa Tomeo on Jul 13, 2015
    Tagged in: Teresa's Blog

    Truth - 243x325The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth? How I wish, but that’s hardly the case; certainly not when it comes to trying to engage in a discussion on such hot button issues as the Supreme Court decision on marriage. These days truth is nowhere to be found.


    Instead I feel like I am living with Alice in Wonderland, and walking along the street where the emperor is proudly showing off his “new clothes.” In other words, “Toto, we’re not in Kansas anymore.”


  • Now More Than Ever, Please Consider the Source

    Teresa Tomeo on Jul 01, 2015
    Tagged in: joy

    Cell phone  morgue file smRecently a listener to my radio program sent me an email. She was very upset and wanted to know why Pope Francis was suddenly telling the world that divorce was morally acceptable. This woman was beside herself because she has married children who are struggling in their relationships and she fears that the Pope was giving them just the ammunition they needed to call the divorce lawyers instead of the marriage counselors.



  • Always Be Ready To Give A Defense For The Hope That Is Within You

    Teresa Tomeo on Jun 22, 2015
    Tagged in: Teresa's Blog

    Rembrandt Christ in the Storm on the Lake of GalileeAlways Be Ready to Give a Defense

    for the Hope that is Within You

    1st Peter 3:15


    1st Peter 3:15 is one of my top ten Bible verses. It’s a reminder that every single one of us, by virtue of our Baptism as the Church teaches, is called to evangelize. Since we are all very different that evangelization will no doubt come in all shapes and sizes, but one thing is for sure; it’s a must do for every Catholic Christian. Along with the responsibility to evangelize comes the responsibility to evangelize lovingly.


    Well, there is no time like the present. This week the United States Supreme Court is set to issue a ruling regarding so-called same-sex marriage. Whether the high court declares this the law of the land, or puts the matter back in the hands of the individual states, our roles will be the same. Either way as Catholics we will be challenged. Either way we will be called to witness, and as St. Peter reminds us in the rest of that beautiful verse, we will be called to witness with gentleness and reverence. Yes, gentleness and reverence. Not easy things to do in general when the discussion of faith or religion is brought up at the family barbecue or graduation party, but especially when it comes to the issue of same-sex attraction. If the ruling goes back to the state level, which is the most hopeful scenario for those who support marriage between one man and one woman, the Catholic Church and other Christian churches and organizations will be no doubt be attacked and wrongly blamed for among other things, taking the country “backwards and not forwards”, for promoting what many try to pass off as “hatefulness and bigotry”, you can fill in the blanks I am sure with a variety of harsh words and names to which you might have already been subjected. If God forbid, the justice’s rule in favor, Christians and other conservatives will basically be told in more ways than one that we have to not only accept the change but promote, endorse, and embrace it as well. In other words, either way it is not going to be pretty.


  • T's Italy: A Room With Quite A View

    Teresa Tomeo on May 21, 2015
    Tagged in: Teresa's Blog

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    Many of you have been praying for me and asking how I am doing since it has been a week since my last update. I thank you for your concern and prayers. I have been off the air for almost a month due to severe laryngitis and under doctor’s orders for voice rest. I continue to heal, the voice is almost back to normal, and God willing, I am scheduled to get back into the hosting chair June 1st. I am excited about broadcasting live from the beautiful EWTN radio studios in Birmingham, Alabama. I’ll be there all week long for the radio broadcasts, the taping of season six of the Catholic View for Women, and last but not least, to help host our first, and hopefully annual, Catholic View for Women pilgrimage. I am also grateful to Doug Keck, EWTN Chief Operating Officer and host of the wonderful and very popular “Bookmark” program for interviewing me on my latest book Walk Softly and Carry a Great Bag: On the Go Devotions.”


  • I Was Born For You

    Teresa Tomeo on May 12, 2015
    Tagged in: Prayer

    St. Teresa of Avila Pin - In Your HandWhen most of us think of famous words written by mystic and Doctor of the Church, St. Teresa of Avila, we think of her beautiful poem and prayer commonly referred to as “St. Teresa’s Bookmark

    Let nothing disturb you.

    Nothing frighten you.

    All things are passing.

    God never changes.

    Patience obtains all things.

    Nothing is wanting in him who possesses God.

    God alone suffices.


    That’s why you might be as surprised as I was to learn that the theme for the celebration marking 500 years since her birth is not based on this particular prayer, which can be commonly found on the back of holy cards bearing her image. Instead it is based on another prayer; one even more powerful, because it shows the depth of her dependence on God and her total trust in Him, come what may. The poem or prayer is entitled “I was born for you,” also known as “In the Hands of God. You’ll find a link to it at the end of this blog, but here are a few of the moving verses that should stop us in our tracks in terms of those of us who truly desire to do God’s will no matter what the cost.


  • When God Made Mothers

    Teresa Tomeo on May 05, 2015
    Tagged in: Mother's Day

    Mom w BabyPsalm 139:14 “You are fearfully and wonderfully made.”


    People often ask me at speaking events whether I get nervous before giving a presentation or before going on the air. My reply is always the same. I don’t get nervous on the microphone in the radio studio or behind the podium at a major conference; not about the mechanics. God has trained me well. I have been speaking in public in one way, shape, or form since dirt. Well, more specifically since the third grade. That’s when the poor Sisters of St. Joseph at my Catholic grade school didn’t know quite what to do with this Chatty Kathy so they put me on the stage and in front of the class; performing in small productions or reading our English assignments out loud.


    That said (no pun intended) there is something very important about what God has assigned me to do that causes my knees to shake, and frankly sends me down on my knees regularly in prayer. Every time I am ready to do another radio show or interview, and every time I am about to speak at a parish gathering or a retreat, I realize the massive responsibility that comes with the platform. People look to those of us on the front-lines in ministry as voices of truth and guidance. It can be daunting at times when you stop and think about it.



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