Category Archives: Christianity

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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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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Episcopal Church: Its Good Friday, let’s celebrate Earth Day

Unbelievable. Mollie over at Get Religions reports: Episcopal Church: This Good Friday, let’s celebrate Earth Day The story is a mostly straightforward report — albeit written in The Daily Caller’s winking, knowing fashion — about how the Episcopal Church’s office … Continue reading

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Earliest Christian Book Found?

H/T First Thoughts. From the BBC: “A group of 70 or so “books”, each with between five and 15 lead leaves bound by lead rings, was apparently discovered in a remote arid valley in northern Jordan somewhere between 2005 and … Continue reading

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Catholics Are Not Baptized in Vinegar

As we battle the culture of death and relativism, we often forget that the Gospel is the  good news. We forget that where sin abounds, grace abounds more. Or as I sometimes quip to my dear deacon husband when he … Continue reading

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On Following the Real Jesus

H/T New Advent. Eric Sammons over on his Divine Life Blog has posted a quote     up from a surprising source: Look, the secular response to the Christ story always goes like this: he was a great prophet, obviously a very … Continue reading

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The Church Persecuted

There is still no word of a Pardon for the Christian woman, Asia Bibi, who was sentenced to death for blasphemy in Pakistan. Please pray for her and her family.

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Warning. God Recalls Human Beings

According to Mosnsignor Pope, God has put out a recall notice on all human beings. “The maker of all humans beings (GOD) is recalling all units manufactured, regardless of make or year, due to a serious defect in the primary … Continue reading

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