Daily Archives: May 2, 2011

A Deacon’s Wife Turned One…

yesterday and nobody noticed. Not even me. Sniff. My first year of blogging has just zoomed by. It has been fun. What would you like me to blog on? I can use all of the help that I can get!

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Saint of the Day: Athanasius

From Catholic Culture: St. Athanasius, Bishop of Alexandria and a great defender of the orthodox faith, throughout his life opposed the Arian heresy. By denying the Godhead of the Word the Arians turned Christ into a mere man, only higher … Continue reading

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Jehovah’s Witnesses face gunfire at ‘Catholic home’

File this under how not to handle the evangelist at your door. Engage them. Debate them, say no thanks. But be nice. Handle with Christian love and care. I have no words: “Rhonda Kalapach believes Jehovah’s Witnesses have no place … Continue reading

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Beatifications and Royal Weddings

Pope John Paul II was beatified on Sunday. In his Sunday homily, Deacon Greg talks about Blessed John Paul II. It is a beautiful tribute. I didn’t pay attention to the wedding of William and Kate. But Frank Weathers posted … Continue reading

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Beer Only Lenten Fast Results

Did you ever wonder how the beer only fast ended for J. Wilson?  Well it seems that it wasn’t as weird as I thought. Eric Marrapodi, CNN Belief Blog Co-Editor has the answer. H/T Mollie of Get Religion. Well he … Continue reading

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Should Christians Celebrate the Killing of Bin Laden?

In a word no.  But I must confess that my first reaction to the news was an enthusiastic, finally! I am such a poor Christian. While elation at the death of a man who was responsible for the evil deeds … Continue reading

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