Tag Archives: Mercy

Lost in the Desert of Lent

I think that I am lost in the desert. Hope that I find my way out by Easter.  My desire to pray more, fast more, give more, and blog more has not translated into action.  Yes I know that there … Continue reading

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The Theology of the Barn Yard

People find themselves drawn to the Catholic Church and the RCIA for many different reasons. Each person has a unique conversion story. A few years ago there was a man who came through our RCIA that made quite an impression … Continue reading

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All Sin is Ugly. Get Thee to Confession.

I have often said that we all fall short of the Glory of God. We are fallen creatures. We sin.  All sin harms our relationship with God. Grave sins cuts us off from participating in the very life of God. … Continue reading

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Pro Life means Pro Life

(Reuters) – Philadelphia prosecutors paved the way in court on Wednesday toward seeking the death penalty for a doctor accused of killing live, viable babies at his abortion clinic. Prosecutors filed notice that the case against Dr. Kermit Gosnell, who … Continue reading

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Back to Not so Ordinary Time

The Christmas season ends at tonight’s vigil Mass.  But we may feast a little longer as we celebrate the Baptism of the Lord. On Monday we return to Ordinary time which does not mean that we should become complacent in … Continue reading

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