Sheryl Collmer

Sheryl Collmer is an independent consultant for several non-profit organizations. She holds a Master’s in Theological Studies from the University of Dallas, as well as an MBA. From her home in the diocese of Tyler, Texas, she studies homesteading, history, and the currents in the Church.

recent articles

Christian Nationalists: In the Crosshairs

There’s a programmatic effort to associate Catholics with racism and gun violence, making them appear dangerous, but whistleblowers are giving us the tools we need to defeat this plan.

Mother Cabrini’s Empire of Hope: The Movie

Cabrini is basically an action movie, a David and Goliath tale. You can’t help but cheer for the underdog who feels God’s call so intensely. It will capture young viewers with the risk and excitement of the Christian life.

Bishop Strickland Changes the Game

On Friday, history unfolded as Bishop Joseph Strickland addressed the crowd at the CPAC Ronald Reagan Dinner in the nation’s capital. Now the world of conservative politics is being transformed.

Letter to the American Church

The movie “Letter to the American Church” is a ringing call to Christian pastors and bishops to speak up before the window closes, as it did in Germany in the 1930s.

Be a Pell

Rather than put our hopes in a mighty champion like Cardinal Pell, it seems God wants us to realize our own strength as baptized Christians, and we can be Pell-ish ourselves.

Choosing Between New and Old

The Latin Mass is an adventure. That’s not what makes it sacred, but it does make it compelling. It’s a secret language waiting to be unlocked.

Twilight in Tyler

Many of us heard the voice of a shepherd in Bishop Strickland and moved to Tyler, Texas in response. It’s a gut punch to lose him now.

Sentimentalists Go to Rome

Last month’s Synod was pervaded with sentimentality, which glossed over the ugly realities it was seeking to condone.

Sound of Freedom: See the Children

We have a duty to oppose child trafficking, but one imagines that looking too closely might deliver a blow to our psyches from which we couldn’t recover. We need to go see “Sound of Freedom” anyway.

Never Go to the Second Location

Our Elites will likely follow their playbook of “ask, then demand” compliance for central bank digital currencies (CBDCs).

Nefarious Is…

Nefarious is not a horror movie along the lines of Texas Chainsaw Massacre or Nightmare on Elm Street. It was basically a conversation between an unbeliever and a demon. And the demon had all the muscle.

The Jesus Revolution Remembered

The Jesus Revolution had all the elements of something I’d love: Jesus; the marvelously gifted Jonathan Roumie; the beautiful beaches of southern California; and redemption. Recipe for success; but it left me strangely unaffected. 

The Covid Narrative Tide is Turning

As more information about the Covid vaccines and other media narratives are released, those of us who’ve been consigned to the Conspiracy Theory bin for the last few years are being sadly vindicated.

Why We Should Fight

I have vowed for the last 50 years that I would never again allow evil to take me without a fight. 


The Hill You Die On

One idiom is showing up more often lately, as people claim that the gene therapy device speciously known as The Vaccine is “the hill they will die on,” especially as mandates close in on people’s livelihoods and children’s safety. Consider this post from @TheEX_ERnurse: “A woman bled out in front of my eyes after the … Read more

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