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Station to Station - Book Review
By Starla Hester
Station to Station: An Ignatian Journey through the Stations of the Cross is the most inspiring book to read before the beginning of Lent or even during Lent. Whether you decide to go to the Stations of the Cross four times, two times, or just once, this book will help you get the most out of your experience with Christ’s Passion.
Mother Mary Mother of All believers and Mary in Revelation.
By Shaila D Touchton
The Church Fathers found many foreshadowing or prefigurements of Blessed Mary in the Old Testament.
Do You Serve God or Mammon?
By Bill Dunn
In this week’s gospel reading, Jesus talked about money. He said, “And now we’ll go to Frank in Jersey City. You’re on ‘Money Talk with Jesus.’ What’s your question Frank?” “Hi Jesus. First-time caller, long-time listener. Love your show.
Let There Be Peace On Earth, And Let It Begin With Me
By Therese Galgani
There is a Chinese proverb which states if there is righteousness in the heart, there will be beauty in the character. If there is beauty in the character, there will be harmony in the home. If there is harmony in the home, there will be order in the nation. When there is order in the nation, there will be peace throughout the world.
We don't see things as they are. We see them as we are.
By Joe Reciniello
Sometimes it seems to take an overabundance of divine brilliance to get our attention. Have we eyes of faith to see what is right in front of us?
By Mar Camen
Everyone wants to feel secure and safe and in pursuing this goal, we humans have built many walls.
The Challenge of Dealing with Adult Children
By Flávia Ghelardi
There comes the time for every father and mother when the children grow up and start a new phase in the relationship, where we need to learn how to deal with the reality that our “babies” became adults. There are many challenges in this new phase, for both parents and children.
The Problem of Ingrained Sin
By Melanie Jean Juneau
Every human being is basically blind to their own faults and sins. There are many reasons we cannot seem to die to self and enjoy communion with God - psychological reasons, inherited sin, pride, the tendency to control and other self-defeating behaviors.
Give Me a Sign! The tendency to think God should act as we imagine he should
By Deacon Frederick Bartels
Mark’s gospel (8:11-13) narrates a story about how Jesus refused to give the Pharisees a sign
There may be a thousand little choices in a day. All of them count.
By Joe Reciniello
There are no predetermined options, the way we live is up to us. There are no illusions. Our choices are on us.
Do We Have a Right to Die?
By Rob Agnelli
Ambiguity is the mother of all social ill. The less clear we are in our social discourse, the easier it is to pull a fast one on society at large. Many states across the country have fallen victim to this through the “Death with Dignity” movement.
Running naked with a Gentile woman
By Jason Klinnert
Any of you who are parents have no doubt from time to time had toddlers running naked through your house (at least I hope they are toddlers).
Called to Perfect Holiness
By Nancy Marie Murray
In the readings for Sunday February 19th, the Father commands us to be holy; Paul states that we are the dwelling place of the Spirit of God; and Jesus calls us to “Be perfect, just as your heavenly Father is perfect.”
Is it in the Spirit of the Mass to hold hands during the Our Father?
By De Maria
I think so. It’s been over thirty years since I’ve been back to the Catholic Church and the People of God (that’s us) have been holding hands, during the recitation of the Our Father, for all that time.
"Unassailable Reasons" - Marriage Between Only Man and Woman
By Greg Schlueter
First of all, we respect everyone’s right to choose their own profession of faith. We hope all would rigorously pursue truth and humbly avail to its findings!
The Faithful Are NOT To Use the Orans Posture During the Our Father
By Jason Izolt
The Theology of the Veil
By Forest Hempen
Baptist to Catholic - A Conversion Story
By Starla Hester
Prayer, Fasting, Almsgiving; The Three Pillars of Lent
By Charlie Johnston
Trump, Refugees, and Catholics
By Tony Jesse