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TiberJudy

  • Ten Years of Writing 
    Sitting here at my desk, it occurs to me that this is my tenth year of writing these reflections. I started out teaching Catholic beliefs and practices in nearly every essay. Back then, the questions and comments I received in emails, on Facebook and…
    - 5 days ago21 May 17, 10:33pm -
  • Beauty
    Several weeks ago, I visited Iceland for the first time. The landscape is rugged and rocky, but there are lots of trees too, which surprised me. Out of the city, you can drive for miles and only occasionally see a house, but you’ll see lots of shee…
    - 12 days ago14 May 17, 9:36pm -
  • On Connie Mack and The Catholic Church 
    The first time I visited the Baseball Hall of Fame, I nearly ran over Pete Rose. Driving too quickly around a corner, he suddenly appeared at my right front bumper. Slamming on my brakes, I grinned a little and waved at him. He smiled and waved, neve…
    - 19 days ago7 May 17, 10:26pm -
  • Music in the Woods
    On a warm spring day last week, I decided to take my writing project and go to “the park.” For the million or so visitors who come to our corner of Georgia each year, it’s the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park. But for those of…
    - 26 days ago30 Apr 17, 11:12pm -
  • The Church of Weed 
    No. That joint you’re smoking isn’t a sacrament.  You may have seen some recent news reports about a self-described group of “nuns” in Merced, California who call themselves the “Sisters of the Valley.” Pictures of them show the women we…
    - 33 days ago23 Apr 17, 10:27pm -
  • Risk Your Life
    Easter is the ultimate truth of the universe. Every other truth is dependent on the fact that Jesus Christ died and rose again. He offered Himself as the perfect sacrifice for all our sins. Through His death and resurrection, we have been given etern…
    - 40 days ago16 Apr 17, 11:17pm -
  • Hidden Treasures 
    Recently I’ve been sorting through some of my late mother’s things. I always kidded her about being a pack rat, but now I know how unfair that was to the rats. She saved everything. Things you might expect, like photos and letters, and things tha…
    - 47 days ago9 Apr 17, 9:28pm -

Catholicism F.E.L.T.

  • Ascending with Jesus Christ
    We know how tough departures can be. Saying “so long” or “farewell” to a loved one whom we may not see again can sometimes be a bittersweet, melancholic, heartbreaking, or even traumatic experience. These last adieus are certainly ingrained i…
    - 3 days ago24 May 17, 12:00am -
  • They'll Know Christ is Risen Through our Christian Experience
    “We ourselves are proclaiming this good news to you that what God promised our ancestors He has brought to fulfillment for us, (their) children, by raising up Jesus.” (Acts 13:32-33a) Saint Paul the Apostle preached these powerful words as he add…
    - 42 days ago15 Apr 17, 12:00am -
  • What To Do With Our Suffering
    Jesus Christ stated to Saint Thomas: “Have you come to believe because you have seen me? Blessed are those who have not seen and have believed.” Brothers and sisters, faith is so powerful. Faith in moments of suffering sustains, strengthens, and…
    - 78 days ago10 Mar 17, 12:00am -
  • Following Through On Your Resolutions
    The first of January seemingly possesses the power to motivate us to dream again, formulate new goals, and take up new tasks. Our journey during the previous three hundred and sixty-five days probably had its share of pleasant, successful, dismal, an…
    - 14 Jan 17, 12:00am -
  • Advent - Preparing and Waiting with Hope
    I can’t wait for Christmas. It is truly one of my favorite holiday seasons. I love listening to and singing traditional Christmas carols. In addition, I enjoy spending time with my family and exchanging gifts with them. However, I do not enjoy the…
    - 28 Nov 16, 12:00am -
  • We Are Saints In the Making
    The Communion of Saints is an article of faith of the Catholic Church. The term expresses the communion in holy things shared among God’s holy people and the concept of unity and holiness among the baptized Christians in Christ. Saint Paul’s gree…
    - 31 Oct 16, 12:00am -
  • The Noble Confession
    “If God is for us, who can be against us?” (Romans 8:31) Though the enemy of God, the devil, hates us and desires our ruin, we ought to not be afraid, for “the Lord is my light and my salvation; whom should I fear?” (Psalm 27) Today, Christia…
    - 2 Oct 16, 12:00am -

Peace in the World

  • The Gospel for Sunday, May 21st, 2017: Sixth Sunday of Easter
    The Gospel for May 21st, 2017: “The Advocate” John 14: 15-21 Reflection:  God’s Love is Unselfish Over the years I have heard preachers on more than one occasion explore the meaning of the Greek word “agape” as a particular kind of love th…
    - 6 days ago20 May 17, 12:08pm -
  • The Gospel for Sunday, May 14th, 2017: Fifth Sunday of Easter
    The Gospel for May 14th, 2017: “Last Supper Discourses” John 14: 1-12 Reflection: Ecumenism is Biblical Sometimes I strive for a comprehensive, thematic reading of the gospel, and other times I choose to focus on a small part of the reading becau…
    - 13 days ago13 May 17, 6:46pm -
  • The Gospel for Sunday, May 7th, 2017: Fourth Sunday of Easter
    I The Gospel for May 7th, 2017: “The Good Shepherd” John 10: 1-10 Reflection: Grace to Get through the Narrow Gate Jesus, in drawing the analogy of Heaven as a sheepfold, said: “I am the gate. Whoever enters through me will be saved, and will c…
    - 20 days ago6 May 17, 8:51pm -
  • The Gospel for Sunday, April 30th, 2017: Third Sunday of Easter
    The Gospel for April 30th, 2017: “The Appearance on the Road to Emmaus” Luke 24: 13-35 Reflection: Jesus is Near “And it happened that while they were conversing and debating, Jesus himself drew near and walked with them, but their eyes were pr…
    - 27 days ago29 Apr 17, 1:08pm -
  • The Gospel for Sunday, April 23rd 2017
    The Gospel for April 23rd, 2017: “Appearance to the Disciples,” “Thomas,” and “Conclusion” John 20: 19-31 Reflection: With Peace Comes a Mission On this second Sunday of Easter, we read a gospel that is in three parts: “Appearance to th…
    - 34 days ago22 Apr 17, 3:02pm -
  • The Gospel for April 16th, 2017: Easter Sunday
    The Gospel for April 16th, 2107: “The Empty Tomb” John 20: 1-9 Reflection: Our Inability to Imagine the Workings Of Jesus’ Salvation There are three gospel readings prepared for Easter Sunday. I choose to respond to John’s account at the tomb…
    - 42 days ago14 Apr 17, 3:17pm -
  • The Gospel for Sunday, April 9th, 2017: Palm Sunday
    The Gospel for April 9th, 2017: “The Betrayal by Judas” Matthew 26: 14-27:66 Reflection: Lessons from Judas As Palm Sunday inaugurates Holy Week, today’s gospel is Matthew’s version of the Passion. This selection coincides with my reading of…
    - 48 days ago8 Apr 17, 7:18pm -

Les Femmes - The Truth

  • newGuest Post: Francis Calls Keepers of Doctrine "Fanatics"
    By David MartinSolicitous concern over the purity of doctrine reflects the truest love of God and neighbor, since doctrine, as with any of the Ten Commandments, is not an ideal that may be watered down or dismissed to suit ones fancy, but an…
    - 11 hours ago26 May 17, 2:18am -
  • newWicked Evil ISIS burns Cathedral in Marawi, Philippines
    Marawi, Philippines, Tuesday May 23, 2017. ISIS terrorists set fire to the Cathedral of Mary Help of Christians (Maria Auxilidora) in Marawi, Philippines and captured Father Teresito Suganob and a number of parishioners.Maria Auxiliadora Cathedr…
    - 12 hours ago26 May 17, 1:03am -
  • The Music That Kills the Soul
    More mementoes from the "Religion of Peace"The website for Gatestone Institute posted a story today about the tragedy in Manchester England I think is worth reading.  It mentions the fact Muslims hate the "music of the west."  Here is the link t…
    - 2 days ago24 May 17, 8:53pm -
  • Learn About Fatima and Our Lady's Call to Conversion!
    Why is Fatima so crucial? After all, Catholics are not required to believe in apparitions; they aren't part of the deposit of the faith that all of us affirm in the Creed.Nevertheless, Fatima represents an urgent message for the world confirmed by…
    - 4 days ago22 May 17, 2:36pm -
  • President Trump in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
    Please watch President Trump's amazing speech in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The entire video below is 33 minutes, but HERE is a 2:53 minute clip from Fox News. Note the reactions of the audience. They range from slight nods of the head to admiration.
    - 5 days ago22 May 17, 12:44am -
  • Guest Post: David Martin's Open Letter to President Trump on his Visit to the Vatican
    May God anoint this meeting and bring blessings for thecommon good of all people. Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us.Editor's Note:Pope Francis will meet with President Trump on May 24th. Let us all pray that God's will be done as this meeting tak…
    - 6 days ago20 May 17, 4:28pm -
  • The Gift of Pope Francis: Exposing the Anti-Church
    We are witnessing St. John Paul II’s prophecy of an ‘anti-Church’: Catholic priestWow! This is one courageous priest. Read this to understand the times we are living in, but then take to heart Pope St. John Paul's words, "Be Not Afraid." We…
    - 6 days ago20 May 17, 10:00am -

A Catholic Moment

  • newFriday, 5-26-17 A Mother’s Joy
    Jesus reminds us in today’s Gospel that a mother’s anguish during labor will soon turn to joy when her child is born. As a mother I can certainly relate to Jesus’ words. Holding my new-born babies filled my heart with [...]The post Friday, 5-2…
    - 21 hours ago25 May 17, 4:00pm -
  • Thursday, May 25, 2017 – Planting the Seeds of Faith
    Today is the Feast of the Ascension of our Lord. No small feast as well as no small feat. But while this event is obviously a huge event in the history of the church, I would like to instead focus [...]The post Thursday, May 25, 2017 – Planting th…
    - 2 days ago24 May 17, 4:00pm -
  • Wednesday, 5/24/17 — God’s Design for the Future
    I do most of the cooking in our household. I often find myself having to carefully monitor my time, putting in motion elements that will be vital for a meal later. If we’re eating baked potatoes, I have to put [...]The post Wednesday, 5/24/17 —…
    - 3 days ago23 May 17, 4:01pm -
  • Tuesday, 4/23/17 – Incredible Endurance!
    Patrick Hughes is a young man from our Church who has a remarkable story. He was born without eyes, has lame legs which confine him to a wheel chair for life, and has partially paralyzed hands. A movie of his [...]The post Tuesday, 4/23/17 – Incre…
    - 4 days ago22 May 17, 4:00pm -
  • Monday 5/22/2017 – Still guided by the Holy Spirit
    As we continue our collective march toward Pentecost, it’s been interesting to watch how the Holy Spirit was present and guided those first missionaries, those first evangelizers. As if they were suited up with the armor of the Advocate, these [...…
    - 5 days ago21 May 17, 7:19pm -
  • Sunday, 5/21/17 – Let the Spirit Work
    I am continually amazed when I see the power of the Holy Spirit at work in the world around me. I know I shouldn’t be. I’ve seen enough to know that God is alive and at work in everything that [...]The post Sunday, 5/21/17 – Let the Spirit Wor…
    - 6 days ago20 May 17, 7:34pm -
  • Saturday 5/20/17 They hated me first
    They called themselves The Group. In today’s parlance, they were a clique of “mean girls,” who coordinated their wardrobes, hairstyles and social activities with military precision. They also turned on one another with alarming regularity. At t…
    - 7 days ago19 May 17, 4:00pm -

Jackie Parkes

Time for Reflections

  • Interview with my Publishing Agent
    BONZO BOOKSHELF AGENT: I've been studying your files. Tell me, how many books have you written so far?VIC M: Twenty-two. Some in paperback, some in Kindle and some in PDF format available FREE from my website.AGENT: Great ... available FREE. No wonde…
    - 1 day ago25 May 17, 9:48am -
  • Doubting God's Love
    Father Ignatius sat in his favourite armchair next to the roaring log fireplace holding a cup of hot chocolate drink and enjoying a football game on TV.Mrs Davenport, the housekeeper, entered the large room in the Parish House and said that there is…
    - 2 days ago24 May 17, 11:01am -
  • God is getting old.
    Father Ignatius’s car had broken down just on the day he had to drive to the City miles away. Somehow he was glad this had happened because in all honesty he hated to drive long distances, especially when it involved negotiating busy traffic in the…
    - 4 days ago22 May 17, 7:45am -
  • Advocate? What Advocate?
    John 14:15-17‘If you love me, you will keep my commandments. And I will ask the Father, and He will give you another Advocate, to be with you for ever. This is the Spirit of truth, whom the world cannot receive, because it neither sees Him nor…
    - 6 days ago20 May 17, 3:51pm -
  • What's your attitude?
    I don't know if it's my imagination, but a lot of people are going around these days with a face as if they have a permanent bad smell under their nose.I know it is not possible to be always happy and cheerful and go along singing and shouting "Prais…
    - 8 days ago18 May 17, 8:42am -
  • Prayers and Actions
    There are timeswhen Godrequires some actionfrom us."My brothers and sisters, what good is it for people to say that they have faith if their actions do not prove it? Can that faith save them? Suppose there are brothers or sisters who need clothes…
    - 10 days ago16 May 17, 5:11pm -
  • I am God personified

    - 12 days ago14 May 17, 7:37am -

Shelby Spear

  • Missionary Millennials: A Lesson about What Matters from Generation Y
    This story of a millennial mission trip to a third-world country is worth mentioning and deserves our attention. You’ll be hard pressed to find anything fake about a news cocktail infused with such hope, compassion, and courageous flavor.The post…
    - 3 days ago24 May 17, 12:52am -
  • How To Survive Empty Nest: The Ultimate Oxymoron
    Turns out the emotional yin yang of empty nest is quite an oxymoron because so many contradictions describe a mothers' feelings. So, how about we cry-laugh through our emotions?The post How To Survive Empty Nest: The Ultimate Oxymoron appeared first…
    - 9 days ago17 May 17, 10:00am -
  • This is how you get a mom’s full attention on Mother’s Day
    Is there any greater gift than a homemade card with heartfelt sentiments from your child? As mothers, receiving such a touching memento of expression energizes our mom heart in profound ways.The post This is how you get a mom’s full attention on M…
    - 17 days ago9 May 17, 7:11am -
  • How To Get Your Family To Church on Time: Stop Trying
    How many of you can relate to the onslaught of satan’s attacks prior to attending Church? Most of you have experienced the unfortunate truth that every conceivable intrusion and barrier preventing a prompt arrival for worshiping the Lord will happe…
    - 24 days ago3 May 17, 12:20am -
  • A Telltail Note from Our Dog to Your Kids
    I wanted this letter to be a thank you to my brother and let kids know some children are capable and willing to care for the dog they begged for—even if it takes them a decade to find their conscience. Sadly, this note is going to turn sour instead…
    - 33 days ago23 Apr 17, 5:11pm -
  • Why God Won’t Give You the Gift of Crystal Ball Parenting
    I don’t want to watch my kids suffer. But I will. God’s got every part of their back. And I simply can’t. I’m letting go. Until tomorrow, and no doubt sometime next week. Then I’ll let go again.The post Why God Won’t Give You the Gift of…
    - 36 days ago20 Apr 17, 1:42pm -
  • How to Navigate the Surreal Emotions of Your Child’s College Graduation
    When our kin are ready to cross the threshold of dependence into full-blown independence, a surreal sense of shock and awe heaves through our tender veins. This time letting go means putting the nesting broom away for good, causing our soul to corksc…
    - 45 days ago11 Apr 17, 5:57pm -

The Cloistered Heart

  • Revisiting the Fence
    A cloistered nun told me, some years ago, that my life for God in the midst of the world was more difficult than hers. At the time, I didn't think that was possible. I did not have to rise every morning at 5:30, show up in chapel when a bell rang, a…
    - 2 days ago24 May 17, 2:42pm -
  • Prayer in the 'Seventh Mansion'
    'There is self-forgetfulness which is so complete that it really seems as though the soul no longer existed, because it is such that she has neither knowledge nor remembrance that there is either death or life or honor for her, so entirely is she emp…
    - 3 days ago23 May 17, 12:10pm -
  • O Name of Jesus
    'Jesus, Name full of glory, grace, love and strength! You are the refuge of those who repent, our banner of warfare in this life, the medicine of souls, the comfort of those who mourn,the delight of those who believe, the light of those who prea…
    - 5 days ago21 May 17, 8:17pm -
  • Back to the Edge of My Knowing
    I once dreamed I was in an urban neighborhood at dusk, making my way across back yards crammed with people. The yards were narrow strips of land belonging to detached rowhouses standing side by side. Everyone appeared to be waiting for something;…
    - 8 days ago18 May 17, 3:08pm -
  • Utterly for God
    Sometimeswords are unnecessary ...Hat tip to the Institute on Religious Life for passing along this beautiful video!
    - 10 days ago16 May 17, 6:27pm -
  • Holy in the Midst
    'Live on the divine Eucharist, like the Hebrews did on the manna. Your soul can be entirely dedicated to the Eucharist, and very holy in the midst of your work and contacts with the world' St. Peter Julian Eymard
    - 10 days ago16 May 17, 1:21am -
  • Where Two or Three
    Panting: Carl Friedrich Lessing, Forest Chapel
    - 12 days ago14 May 17, 3:20pm -

Life Path of Love

  • Psalm 23 The Lord Is My Shepherd
    Psalm 23 The Lord Is My Shepherd 1 The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want; 2 He makes me lie down in green pastures. He leads me beside still waters; 3 He restores … Continue readingThe post Psalm 23 The Lord Is My Shepherd appeared first on L…
    - 4 days ago22 May 17, 5:59am -
  • Psalm 22 Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me
    Psalm 22 Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me 1 My God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken me? Why art Thou so far from helping me, from the words of my groaning? 2 O my God, … Continue readingThe post Psalm 22 Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me appeared first on Life P…
    - 11 days ago15 May 17, 5:06am -
  • Psalm 21 The Exaltation of David
    Psalm 21 The Exaltation of David 1 In Thy strength the king rejoices, O Lord; and in Thy help how greatly he exults! 2 Thou hast given him his heart’s desire, and hast not withheld … Continue readingThe post Psalm 21 The Exaltation of David app…
    - 18 days ago8 May 17, 5:23am -
  • Psalm 20 Prayer of Exaltation
    Psalm 20 Prayer of Exaltation 1 The Lord answer you in the day of trouble! The name of the God of Jacob protect you! 2 May He send you help from the sanctuary, and give … Continue readingThe post Psalm 20 Prayer of Exaltation appeared first on Li…
    - 25 days ago1 May 17, 9:14am -
  • Psalm 19 The Glory of God in Creation and the Law
    Psalm 19 The Glory of God in Creation and the Law 1 The heavens are telling the glory of God; and the firmament proclaims His handiwork. 2 Day to day pours forth speech, and night … Continue readingThe post Psalm 19 The Glory of God in Creation a…
    - 32 days ago24 Apr 17, 8:44am -
  • Psalm 18 Thanksgiving For Victory
    Psalm 18 Thanksgiving For Victory 1 I love Thee, O Lord, my strength. 2 The Lord is my rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer, my God, my rock, in whom I take refuge, my … Continue readingThe post Psalm 18 Thanksgiving For Victory appeared first…
    - 39 days ago17 Apr 17, 9:37am -
  • Psalm 17 The Prayer of David
    Psalm 17 The Prayer of David 1 Hear a just cause, O Lord; attend to my cry! Give ear to my prayer from lips free of deceit! 2 From Thee let my vindication come! Let … Continue readingThe post Psalm 17 The Prayer of David appeared first on Life Pa…
    - 46 days ago10 Apr 17, 8:28am -

With Us Still

  • newToday’s find: Dazed
    I experienced an epic ‘selfie-fail’ at the ballpark the other day. In an attempt to photograph the members of my immediate family—who’d treated me to Cardinals tickets—I inadvertently snapped a shot that had more of an ‘Ascension Thursday…
    - 19 hours ago25 May 17, 6:23pm -
  • Today’s find: Holy parting
    There was an audible gasp among “the regulars” at the conclusion of 6:30 Mass on Monday morning. Fr. Tom, our celebrant—and beloved pastor of 19 years, announced that he’d be moving to a new assignment come June. On one level, it was not an e…
    - 5 days ago21 May 17, 1:22pm -
  • Today’s find: Taizé
    We went last night (at least in part) out of curiosity. Taizé had come to our home parish for an “Evening of Trust.” Gerri and I had been to a Taizé prayer service or two in other locations, but this one sounded a little different. It was…and…
    - 8 days ago18 May 17, 2:03pm -
  • Today’s find: Incognito
    It’s the oddest thing: Our local branch of the US Postal Service relocated recently…and didn’t leave a forwarding address. Could be that a planned ‘outdoor sign’ is still in the works. But at present, anyway, here’s what you see when you…
    - 13 days ago13 May 17, 2:40pm -
  • Today’s find: Sheep Gate II
    Sheep, for the most part, are an abstraction to me. I see them in photos and videos from time to time, but as a city dweller, my up-close encounters with them have been limited. (Thanks to some thoughts shared by a friend today, the notion of a Sheep…
    - 19 days ago7 May 17, 3:41pm -
  • Today’s find: Sheep Gate
    Sheep, for the most part, are an abstraction to me. I see them in photos and videos from time to time, but as a city dweller, my up-close encounters with them have been limited. That changed a bit last summer though, on a vacation trip to Scotland an…
    - 20 days ago6 May 17, 6:31pm -
  • Today’s find: The Encounter
    I’ve never been to Kerala, but almost every day I am blessed by a piece of art that originated there, along the southwest coast of India. Our favorite Jesuit traveled to Kerala a few years back as part of an interfaith cultural experience, and retu…
    - 27 days ago29 Apr 17, 6:56pm -

Acts of the Apostasy

Tiber Judy

  • Ten Years of Writing 
    Sitting here at my desk, it occurs to me that this is my tenth year of writing these reflections. I started out teaching Catholic beliefs and practices in nearly every essay. Back then, the questions and comments I received in emails, on Facebook and…
    - 5 days ago21 May 17, 10:33pm -
  • Beauty
    Several weeks ago, I visited Iceland for the first time. The landscape is rugged and rocky, but there are lots of trees too, which surprised me. Out of the city, you can drive for miles and only occasionally see a house, but you’ll see lots of shee…
    - 12 days ago14 May 17, 9:36pm -
  • On Connie Mack and The Catholic Church 
    The first time I visited the Baseball Hall of Fame, I nearly ran over Pete Rose. Driving too quickly around a corner, he suddenly appeared at my right front bumper. Slamming on my brakes, I grinned a little and waved at him. He smiled and waved, neve…
    - 19 days ago7 May 17, 10:26pm -
  • Music in the Woods
    On a warm spring day last week, I decided to take my writing project and go to “the park.” For the million or so visitors who come to our corner of Georgia each year, it’s the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park. But for those of…
    - 26 days ago30 Apr 17, 11:12pm -
  • The Church of Weed 
    No. That joint you’re smoking isn’t a sacrament.  You may have seen some recent news reports about a self-described group of “nuns” in Merced, California who call themselves the “Sisters of the Valley.” Pictures of them show the women we…
    - 33 days ago23 Apr 17, 10:27pm -
  • Risk Your Life
    Easter is the ultimate truth of the universe. Every other truth is dependent on the fact that Jesus Christ died and rose again. He offered Himself as the perfect sacrifice for all our sins. Through His death and resurrection, we have been given etern…
    - 40 days ago16 Apr 17, 11:17pm -
  • Hidden Treasures 
    Recently I’ve been sorting through some of my late mother’s things. I always kidded her about being a pack rat, but now I know how unfair that was to the rats. She saved everything. Things you might expect, like photos and letters, and things tha…
    - 47 days ago9 Apr 17, 9:28pm -

Reasonable Catholic

  • What Makes Humans So Special?
    Fire up your imagination for a moment and imagine you are standing on a busy street corner with a handful of rosaries. Most people pass by hurriedly, but a stranger…
    - 21 days ago5 May 17, 4:15pm -
  • Do Miracles Happen in Non-Christian Religions?
    In his two-volume study Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts, scholar Craig Keener confirms that “hundreds of millions” of people today report experiencing or witnessing miraculous events. It…
    - 24 days ago2 May 17, 3:06pm -
  • Four Reasons To Believe Jesus Was Really Crucified
    “In all our travels and movements, in all our coming in and going out, in putting off our shoes, at the bath, at the table . . . whatever employment…
    - 37 days ago19 Apr 17, 5:07pm -
  • A Three-Step Approach To Explaining the Sacraments To Protestants
    Central to Jesus’s ministry on earth was the institution of seven sacraments. Through these sacraments our Lord was able to provide formal ways by which we might enter the Church…
    - 67 days ago20 Mar 17, 4:42pm -
  • Bishop Robert Barron’s ‘CATHOLICISM: The Pivotal Players’: Review
    In his Letter to Artists Pope John Paul II acknowledged that beauty stirs man’s “inner nostalgia for God”. Surely the great Polish saint understood this truth on a profoundly personal…
    - 88 days ago27 Feb 17, 6:58pm -
  • Do Extraordinary Claims Require Extraordinary Evidence?
    Man has a parrot-like propensity to be seduced by a catchy saying, hold to it, and assert it repeatedly without thinking seriously about what he is saying. He remembers before…
    - 6 Feb 17, 5:28pm -