Category Archives: Christianity

As Christmas Draws to an End

The good news is that today was a very productive work day for me. Unfortunately, that means that I didn’t get time to post. I had wanted to write on the reading from the Divine Office for today, because it … Continue reading

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Don’t Worry Sunday’s Coming

H/T Neal Obstat

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Are You Willing to Die for Christ?

Monsignor Pope has a challenging post up for Holy Week. Excerpt: “So to stitch the questions together: Has Christ given you life and joy, and thus made you an effective witness, that turns many from the sinful and confused world … Continue reading

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Bad Catholic Takes Down “Why I Hate Religion, But Love Jesus”

Marc Barnes, The Bad Catholic, does an excellent job of taking apart the misguided sentiment and illogical arguments contained in this video, Why I hate Religion, But Love Jesus (H/T The Anchoress). Excerpt: “So onto the first bit of silliness … Continue reading

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God, Prayer and Tebow Time

My favorite deacons is a very happy Bronco fan. He was leading the Youth Group on Sunday evening, but I sent him several text messages to keep him up on the Bronco vs Steelers score. I don’t understand football, so … Continue reading

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The Tebow Effect

My favorite deacon has been a huge Denver Broncos fan for 38 years in the good times and  bad times.  Last night he had to leave the game before the end to preside at a funeral vigil. It was late … Continue reading

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Advent: Change You Can Believe in

Sometimes words are superfluous. H/T Patrick Madrid

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Do the Irreligious Realize They Are Intolerant?

One more link before I get to Church and get working. Rod Dreher, at RealClear Religion  has a post up on the growing intolerance of the tolerant obsessed left/progressive wing. Last Saturday, a friend who works at our neighborhood farmer’s … Continue reading

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An Evangelical Pastor Visits a Catholic Seminary

This could be an add from a diocesan vocations department! H/T New Advent. My brother is a Roman Catholic seminarian, and I visited him at Mount Saint Marys Seminary the last couple days to see him installed in his second-to-last … Continue reading

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God of the Schizophrenic

David Weiss was diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder in the spring of  2005.  He wrote a piece for Christianity Today that is both heartbreaking and inspiring. I can relate to David encountering God through his pain and suffering.  But … Continue reading

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