Monthly Archives: April 2015

Because Vincent de Paul Was Once A Muslim’s Slave

Life got you down? Things perhaps haven’t turned out as you planned? Do you think everyone else has got it so easy? Your neighbors, for example, or those fortunate people who come into a considerable sum of money? And how … Continue reading

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Would You Believe That Young Arab Muslims Are Sending Love Letters To Israel? UPDATED

  Of course you wouldn’t. Because to hear of such a thing would bring into question the idea that you’ve come to believe. You know, the idea that Muslims are a bloc of jihad mongering zealots. Well, here’s a story … Continue reading

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In The Vastness Of Space, The Speed Of Light Is Kinda Slow…

  Punch it, Chewie! I said punch it, you big hair ball. What’s taking so long? Wait. Let me go take a look out the stern window…

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A Landslide Of Biblical Proportions…

  The incident of liquefaction below was captured on tape back in February, 2010. It reminds me of verse from the Bible I’ve read before,

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Archbishop Kurtz: “Marriage is and always will be the union between one man and one woman.”

Today was the day oral arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges came before the Supreme Court of the United States. The opening statement by Mary Bonauto made it 39 seconds before the questioning by the justices began.

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The 5 Ways Of Worshiping God (Listicles By The Saints)

I’ve been reading some of the selections on the YIMCatholic Bookshelf. As it turns out, a good number of the books in that collection are written by authors whose names begin with the letter S. Saint this, or Saint that, … Continue reading

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Yet Again, The Supreme Court Hammers Away At The HHS Mandate

The Beckett Fund For Religious Liberty shares the news, Washington, D.C. – Moments ago, for the sixth time in a row, the Supreme Court took steps to protect another religious objector from the contraceptive mandate. It ordered a lower court … Continue reading

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I Forgot To Finish The Story About Sleeping In For Easter In Amman. Here’s What We Discovered…

…a beautiful Greek Orthodox parish church with the mouthful name of The Church  of Jesus Christ’s Entry Into The Temple. I took a couple of photographs with my camera before the battery died. Feast your eyes upon this beautiful sanctuary.

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Dumb Things Americans Do At Home, Drives Recruitment Of Extremists Abroad

Here is an excerpt of the dumb thing I’m referring to in particular, A United States federal judge has ordered New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) to display on its buses a controversial ad that refers to Muslims killing Jews, … Continue reading

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The Kingdom Of Jordan Through My Camera Lens…

What follows are a few snapshots taken while I was in Jordan for the Religious Blogger/Press Tour. I took hundreds of photographs (who doesn’t these days?) and I intend to share them with you here. How about a dozen at … Continue reading

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