Daily Archives: May 20, 2011

Saint of the Day: St. Bernardine of Sienna

Taylor Marshall has Ten Easy Points on St. Bernardine:  Today is the feast day of Saint Bernardine of Sienna (1380–1444), one of the greatest Franciscan priests of all time. Bernardine was the son of the governor of Sienna, but he … 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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Families Waiting for the End

Oh my. I failed to consider in my last post, Are you ready for judgment day,  that there are real people who sincerely believe that the world will end tomorrow. From The New York Times  (H/T  Deacon Greg): The Haddad … Continue reading

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Are You Ready for Judgement Day?

You have probably heard that a radio preacher named Harold Camping is  predicting that the end of the world is tomorrow. At least for the saved amongst us. Those who are not saved will live another five months on earth … Continue reading

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