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Monthly Archives: June 2012
Quin Hillyer at the National Review writes a nice piece on the ecumenical aspects of the defense of religious freedom: Most Catholics, especially readers of NRO, are well aware that American Catholic bishops are observing a “Fortnight for Freedom” to drum up … Continue reading
Chiara and Enrico yearned to have children. Married, and having already suffered the deaths of two children to severe birth defects, they were overjoyed when Chiara became pregnant again in 2010. All signs pointed to a positive, healthy baby. Then … Continue reading
Driving down the highway this morning, I noticed a bumper sticker that read “God is for you.” Good sentiment. I hoped the same could be said in reverse: “We are for God.” Sometimes it seems too easy to turn God … Continue reading
Randy Hain, over at The Integrated Catholic Life, posted five lessons that we can learn from Saint Joseph: Saint Joseph was obedient. Joseph was obedient to God’s Will throughout his life. Joseph listened to the angel of the Lord explain … Continue reading
40 is a documentary film that will take on the heated issue of abortion in our nation. 40 takes its name from the upcoming 40th anniversary of Roe v Wade. The film will take on the arguments of young people … Continue reading
Today we celebrate the Feast of St. Aloysius Gonzaga, Jesuit seminarian, who died this day in 1591, at age 23 years. I was made aware of St. Aloysius from watching the Gonzaga University Bulldog basketball team during one of their … Continue reading
The Catholic Association just released this short video reminding us of who we are as American Catholics.
“O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us sinners who have recourse to thee!” Read about Saturdays and the Immaculate Heart of Mary
Q: I was chatting with a friend today about the seven books that Protestants exclude from the Bible [Tobit, Judith, Wisdom, Sirach, Baruch, 1st and 2nd Maccabees] – and was asked a question I could not answer. I took your … Continue reading
Wouldn’t you love to have God direct your steps and guide your choices? Don’t we all want to hear from the Lord when we are trying to make important decisions? God, however, seems to prefer silence. Or at least that … Continue reading