My Published Writings

(Updated  July 26, 2019)

NOTE: The first part of this page lists my recent writings. To find a more-complete list, scroll down to the heading: "Publications List," and click a publication's name to see a linked list of articles at that publication.

Since my last update on February 9, 2019, I've published the following:

California Catholic Daily
Chant camp at St. Patrick Seminary, July 23-25
Traditional Latin Mass returns to Nativity Church, Menlo Park

Catholic Pundit Wannabe
 (This blog)
Dorothy Day on Abortion: Forgiveness for Repented Sins, Yes. Approval of Sins, No
Sacred Music Proponent William Peter Mahrt's 80th Birthday

Deep Down Things Blog
Dorothy Day: Future Patron Saint of Women Who Regret Abortions? 

Homiletic and Pastoral Review
The Color Pink and Abortion Glee: Toward Comprehending the Incomprehensible Events in New York on January 22, 2019 (reprinted with small changes from Latin Mass Magazine)
Father George Rutler's Calm in Chaos: Catholic Wisdom for Anxious Times: A Review Essay

In The Latin Mass Magazine:
Women and Abortion: Debunking the Myth of Consequence-Free Sex
The Color Pink and Abortion Glee: Toward Comprehending the Incomprehensible Events in New York on January 22, 2019

Publications List


      California Catholic Daily

      June 24th, 2019
      March 14th, 2019
      January 20, 2019
      December 3, 2018
      May 28,2018
      March 20,2018 
      January 3, 2018
       December 20, 2017
      December 19, 2017 

      December 14, 2017

      November 19, 2017  

      Catholic Pundit Wannabe (Selected Posts)


      Catholic Stand

      March 21, 2017
      February 14, 2017

        daCunha.Global

        daCunha is a website with "curated stories," where members can access "beautiful, exclusive, and unexpected stories." You can get guest access there to read one free story a month. No credit card is required, just an email address so they can send you login information. To get guest access, go to https://dacunha.global/gift-from-dacunha/.

        To read my story go to daCunha.Global, enter https://dacunha.global/theyre-coming-to-take-me-away/ in a separate tab, or search for the title "They Are Coming to Take Me Away." To read my story in a downloadable PDF, click the image on this link: "They Are Coming to Take Me Away."

        Deep Down Things Blog at Dappled Things, a Quarterly of Ideas, Art, and Faith


        The Latin Mass: The Journal of Catholic Culture and TraditionThe Latin Mass magazine is only available by subscription, in printed or online form. Links in this list are to PDF files.

        Spring 2019
        Christmas 2018:  
        Summer 2018:  
        Winter/Spring 2018:  
        Summer 2017: 
        Winter/Spring 2017
        Christmas 2017    
        Fall 2016
        Summer 2016
        Winter/Spring 2016
        Christmas 2015
        Fall 2015
        Since I own the rights, I've posted a slightly edited version with more photos here. Summer 2015
        Article about the beauty and significance of the Pontifical Latin Mass celebrated by Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone in San Francisco in September 2014. Summer 2014
        •  An interview with Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone: “Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone Leading by Example,” and an accompanying article titled “San Francisco’s Archbishop Cordileone and the Traditional Latin Mass," about the archbishop's initiatives to improve liturgy in the Bay Area. A PDF copy of two printed magazine articles is here.

        Homiletic and Pastoral Review: America's Foremost Pastoral Publication, Since 1900

        See the following three links where the article and interview have been published separately.

          New Liturgical Movement: Sacred Liturgy and Liturgical Arts



          National Catholic Register Newspaper: America’s Most Complete and Faithful Catholic News Source

          November 13, 2007    
          October 6, 2007  

          Regina Magazine: Inspiring, Intelligent, Catholic


          Santa Clara Weekly: Community Newspaper


          San Francisco Faith


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