Damian Goddard lost his job after tweeting his support of marriage as the union of one man and one woman. After a career of nearly 20 years spanning both radio and television sports broadcasting, and at the time one of the leading anchors on Sportsnet, Goddard was immediately fired for voicing his view on marriage. He now has a case before the Human Rights Commission challenging his dismissal.

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    Via written, video and audio blogging, roundtable discussions, and one-on-one interviews for internet broadcast, the mission of damiangoddard.com is to embolden people to live out their faith in this world, and build God’s Kingdom in the next.  At the heart of this venture, is abiding by the teachings of the Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church – the one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church.

    We are commissioned to be the salt of the earth.  This endeavour will be full of “flavour”.

    We are to be the light of the world.  Issues that impact our culture will be put under the spotlight, in the hopes that we can bring folks to a better understanding of this simple fact – there is no joy without Christ.

    That is the hope.  That is the mission.

Across Damo’s Desk

  • Cone Or Cup, It’s Getting Just Plain Nutty – September 17th, 2014 12:29 pm

        Wow. Like THIS is actually happening. Further proof that public endorsement of “gay” is good, and the mere mention of “straight” is wicked. Ummm… anyone for a double-scoop of Isaiah 5:20? “Woe to you that call evil good, and good evil: that put darkness for light, and light for darkness: that put bitter for sweet, […]

  • They Lull Us, With the Dreams of Man – September 14th, 2014 12:41 am

    It was Lennon who, through popular music, gave us “Imagine”. It was Chaplin who, through popular film, gave us the speech from “The Great Dictator”. Both pose as highly dangerous pieces of propaganda; designed to reduce Christ, and in His place, promote the worship of man. True peace is unattainable without the Prince of Peace, […]

  • On Cruz, Kreeft, Comforters, And Quality Catholicism – September 13th, 2014 4:46 pm

    The great mind plunges deeper into waters of understanding.  But, in the case of Peter Kreeft, perhaps the great mind – to his own peril – comes up for some unnecessary “air”.  The temptation of holding on to a humanistic world view when the stuff’s about to hit the fan, is strong.  Even for strong […]

  • Pray For The Pope – September 9th, 2014 9:41 pm

    A Facebook exchange tonight reminded me of a Facebook post I submitted way back on January 21st.  For the life of me, I can’t remember why I didn’t blog it.  It must have been because I just started tapping away on the keyboard, emotionally invested in the video I had just played.   Watch the […]

  • Scary Thought(s) Of The Day – August 30th, 2014 7:02 pm

    Pope Innocent III died July 16, 1216. The same day he appeared to St. Lutgarda in her monastery at Aywieres, in Brabant. Surprised to see a spectre enveloped in flames, she asked who he was and what he wanted. “I am Pope Innocent,” he replied. “Is it possible that you, our common Father, should be […]