Category Archives: Discipleship

Happy New Year Revolution

Yup.  It is me; still breathing. Out of hiding at last. I hope that you and yours are having a very blessed Christmas season. This has been a challenging Christmas season in Casa Kehoe. My dear husband was and is … Continue reading

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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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Catholics Are Not Baptized in Vinegar

The Practicing Catholic reminds us that although we are fighting against an administration that  is denying the Church the freedom to practice our faith,  we are called to be joyful. “Joel and I often say that the “attitude” of this … Continue reading

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Advent: Change You Can Believe in

Sometimes words are superfluous. H/T Patrick Madrid

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Viral Discipleship

Then Jesus approached and said to them, “All power in heaven  and on earth has been given to me.  Go, therefore,* and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and … Continue reading

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I Am a Sinner Not a Hypocrite

Hypocrite and sinner are not synonyms.  Leila over at the Little Catholic Bubble explains the difference : When one of our regular commenters, Mary, mentioned that her friends on the left viewed “hypocrisy” as the worst of sins, it gave … Continue reading

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On Being an Authentic Christian Witness

There is much to munch on in a post entitled, Father Corapi and Authentic Christian Witness, by Anthony S. Layne on Outside the Asylum. Excerpt: So it is with authentic Christian witness. Ideally, a Christian properly formed and catechized isn’t … Continue reading

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