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Articles in 'Business'
By Renee Oania
Looking back, I realized there are many reasons why I experienced many jobs losses – working in retail, publishing companies, government, school districts, and parishes.
Scripture alone, a tradition of men
By De Maria
A tradition of men, such as the one mentioned in Scripture, would be the doctrine of Scripture alone, which gives all individuals the right to interpret Scripture any way they want. Thus, invalidating the God given rule that one must obey those He has put in charge of our souls, in the Church.
Control, Do We Have Any, Really?
By Dr. Lin Weeks Wilder
By mid- morning on Friday, I realized I did not want to write, at least not on my new book. I had shoveled out the walk and the area in front of the garage so that we could get the cars out on pavement rather than ice.
Whatever divides us, makes us weaker.
By Troy Kroening
We have a new president in one of the most divisive inaugurations, though nothing compares to the inauguration of President Lincoln. Southern states declared their secession before his inauguration. And so the United States fought a Civil War. But, the United States of America was meant to be united and when we stand united, we are stronger.
Eight Things to Love About the Catholic Church -- Part VII: The Bible is Catholic
By Cynthia Trainque
Try explaining to many of our Fundamentalist brethren about almost any tenet of the Catholic faith and you’re likely to hear in response, “Chapter and verse, please”. In other words, of course, they want to know exactly where that teaching is found in the Bible because they adhere to what is spelled out and therefore only such teachings are retained by them.
Care of Creation: A Catholic's Guide to God's Natural Abundance
By Jeff Sokol
Imagine for a moment, the Garden of Eden. Walk through the garden, and take in the splendor of God’s design. Discover the birds and lizards eating insects from leaves so they don’t spoil. See how He put the legume trees and beans fixing nitrogen into the soil, feeding the hundreds of different fruit varieties, with many fruits always in season.
By Lorrie McNickle
Everyone seems so shocked and surprised when we hear about a sudden death. It seems to hit people especially hard when it is a celebrity or someone who is still young. Even people of Faith, seem to reel in the tragedy of a life lost “too soon”. What exactly though is “too soon’?
Catholic Millennials: Resolve to Experience the Power of YES in 2017
By John C. Connell
Want to become excited about the next generation of Church laity? Want a shot of optimism about how the corporate world will operate in the future? Are you a Millennial and want to get involved with one of the most exciting endeavors of the New Evangelization?
By Catherine Garrett
So on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. My husband got to be home and do bedtime with the kids so I went to Mass by myself.
The Wal-Mart Heart Change
By Trish Irvine
I could feel it increasing in my heart. My fingers tapped on the shopping cart as the impatience within escalated. Standing in the speedy checkout line at Wal-Mart, I was feeling pressed for time. I hadn’t wanted to stop at Wal-Mart, but I needed glitter.
The Pro-Life Movement's Missing Piece: Every Man's Secret Letter To Women Part II
By James Berkon
When it comes to involving men in the Pro-Life Movement, a few thoughts come to mind that I would like to share with you.
Marriage and the Call to Holiness
By Rob Agnelli
At the close of the Second Vatican Council in 1965, there were 58,632 priests in the United States, serving a Catholic population of 48.5 million. In 2014, there were 38,275 priests, serving a total of 79.7 million Catholics. The number of women religious in our country has seen an even more dramatic decrease, plunging from 179,954 to 49,883 during the same time frame (CARA Church Statistics).
Thanksgiving is not just another day
By Jean Smith
“ I got what I wanted… I’m so thankful” I’ve said this often. What is really difficult to say, are these words, “I did not get what I wanted… I’m so thankful” Thankful for, thankful because, thankful to… which is it for us?
Two By Two
By Malleson Emmerling
I have met some really good friends in church ministry. From working in the church nursery to leading a Bible study, to providing a meal for someone in need, working with a friend in ministry has made the work much more fun.
Sacramentality & Sports: Towards an Understanding in Brief
By Anthony Maranise
When I watch or participate in sports, of course I watch for the love of the game and I play for the joy of the competition, but as a theologian who examines how sports and spirituality intersect, I also watch for more.
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