Tag Archives: Jesus Christ

Think “Charity” and Act “Love” = Praying Without Ceasing

A Meditation on the High Priestly Prayer        Before I became a Catholic, the word contemplation meant something altogether different than it does to me today. Chalk that up to intellectual laziness because the definition has been sitting right … Continue reading

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I Have No Idea Where Pope Francis Gets These Ideas About Lent

Lent is a fitting time for self-denial; we would do well to ask ourselves what we can give up in order to help and enrich others by our own poverty. Let us not forget that real poverty hurts: no self-denial … Continue reading

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What Are Adults Looking For From Christianity? Even “The Onion” Knows The Answer To That Question

Sure, The Onion is the best thing going when it comes to humorous, satirical, “news.” But what really makes The Onion successful is how they often hit truth right on the head, just like an expert marksmen hits a target in the bullseye. … Continue reading

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And for the Blog’s 2001st Post, A Truth Regarding the Miracle at Cana…

N’est-ce pas?! After all, the scriptures never said,

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Because the Church is the Port in the Storm

I remember well how it felt when I first came across these words written by Blaise Pascal. It was like reading the story of my life. It was as if I was the character Neo in movie The Matrix and … Continue reading

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