Tag Archives: suffering

Choice, Suffering and Original Sin

Simcha Fisher responds to the tragic story of a mother of a dying child who wishes that she had aborted him.  Freedom to choose is a dangerous illusion. H/T Little Catholic Bubble Excerpt: “She has had her face pushed against … Continue reading

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Mary’s Sorrow and Worried Mothers

It is often hard to be a mother.  When we worry for our children, it is often a difficult test of faith. We mothers often find it hard to let go and let God. Today is the day that we … Continue reading

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Refusing to suffer is refusing to live.

If God is all good and all loving and all merciful, why does he allow suffering and evil? This question is often asked in the RCIA. It is not easy to answer people who are discerning Catholicism especially for those … Continue reading

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God’s Megaphone

Please pass the tissues. ( H/T: The Anchoress) “There are Christians who seem to believe that God only speaks through words. This is a rather puzzling and limiting idea for a creator who gave us five senses plus an imagination … Continue reading

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Stumbling Block to Faith

The hardest question for people of faith to answer is, if there is a all powerful, loving, and merciful God why does He allow evil and suffering to exist?  How do we answer this legitimate question in a way that … Continue reading

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