Monthly Archives: August 2010

Christian Teens

This article reports that most Christian teens are lukewarm, at best, about their faith. The study, which included in-depth interviews with at least 3,300 American teenagers between 13 and 17, found that most American teens who called themselves Christian were … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Rosalie

It is my grand daughters 4th birthday today! I am waiting for Deacon Larry to get home from Church so that we can call her. If she asks me when we are coming for a visit, I am really going … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Dylan

Today is our oldest grandchild Dylan’s  birthday. He is 8. Gosh I miss my kids and grand kids. When I spoke to him today he said in his very Christopher Robins like voice: Granny when are you coming to visit? … Continue reading

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Right Thinking Will Not Be Tolerated

Ha!  This video is too funny. H/T Patrick Madrid Very funny. But sadly it is all too true. There are people in academia and behind church pulpits who actually believe and say such things.  The idea that teaching is bad … Continue reading

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Harvard Gal Answers a Higher Call

Wow this is awesome; it is the triumph of faith and reason over being led by feelings. H/T Deacon Greg Kandra. “Don’t tell Mary Anne Marks the Catholic Church is an oppressive, misogynistic disaster. She knows better. And she’s got … Continue reading

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Tangled Webs

Oh what a tangled web we weave,When first we practice to deceive! (Sir Walter Scott)                                                                                                                The latest from the Truthiness files or why let facts get in the way of historical truth.  (H/T Thomas Peters AKA American Papist): Just as … Continue reading

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A Bishop vs A Politician

In the year 390, that is. “There is a remarkable event that took place between the Emperor Theodosius  and  St. Ambrose, Bishop of Milan. What makes it remarkable is that it shows an ancient Bishop interacting with an ancient politician … Continue reading

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Saint of the Day

“The first canonized saint of the Western Hemisphere, Rose of Lima (1586-1617) might also be considered a type of the special vocation of contemplative-in-the-world. Inspired by the example of St. Catherine of Siena, Rose became a Dominican lay tertiary and … Continue reading

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Saint of the Day

St. Pius X, Pope Link here. I forgot to post on St. Bernard yesterday read about him here.

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Real Love is Not Easy

Link to an excellent response on Catholic Exchange by Mary Kochan to a letter she received from a transsexual. Get thou there.

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