Here is my latest column in The Catholic Voice on keeping our focus on God…

“I recently came across some information on the early days of Rome. Some of us may remember Romulus and Remus, who were suckled by a she-wolf but then raised by a local shepherd.

“It would be Romulus who founds what would later be known as Rome, only after having killed his brother.

“While this is all almost certainly legend with little connection to the truth, it is interesting that the Romans didn’t leave out that their founder murdered his brother or that he led his people through decades of almost constant war. What is even more interesting is the Roman legend about Romulus’ successor, the second king of Rome.” ….

Charity in Truth in “The Catholic Voice”