The article ran in the Baptist press initially on July 7 and was rerun by the Baptist press on July 17. The article itself covered a number of topics including the sunday closure. What I don’t get is how does this . . . “We are very much supportive of the family — the biblical … Read more
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This week’s Sunday Gospel, got me thinking about the whole Occupy Wall Street Movement. Of course, greed does not fit with the Gospel message, and neither does the sense of entitlement that is become the norm amongst parts of the younger generations. It calls to mind what is written in Acts where all Christians received … Read more
The above is a possible Superbowl commercial for Pepsi and Doritos Crash the Superbowl Contest. My initial reaction is, “Clever, but how crass and low brow to trivialize the Body and Blood of Christ for a mere commercial.” Now the commercial is not exactly focusing on Catholics, but with the use of ‘parishioners’ in the … Read more
Your body isn’t the only thing that needs nutrition. (sorry about my misspelling ans grammar mistakes on this one. ) Daily Prayer – Simply stated. Do it. Frame your day in prayer. Don’t know where to begin? Begin with a Morning offering. Don’t forget about any devotions or novenas you might be doing or that … Read more
I was going to make this myself from the ground up, but I found a website that did a decent job on it with out me having to go through all the trouble of fooling with Photoshop and Illustrator. The site is Obamicon.me. Thanks to Marc D. For the idea and showing me the website.
Trying to keep in mind all those visual learners in my Theology class I started drawing a section of the Catechism of the Catholic Church on the board (§1325). It reads “The Eucharist is the culmination both of GOd’s action sanctifying the world in Christ and of the worship of men offered to Christ and … Read more