Ok, so what? What is the big deal? If the faith based agency turns you away, go to a non faith based agency, they will be more than happy to help you... Oh, wait, thats to simple, and causes no ripples the the harmonious river of tolerance and acceptance and liberal brainwashing.... I forgot, silly me... … Continue reading Snyder signs controversial faith-based adoption bills
Very well written explanation on the Catholic faith... This Easter I become a Catholic. It’s been a strange, unexpected journey. Something I often think about, and reflect on, is what I would’ve thought of myself, today, if I’d met me ten years ago. What if, by some miracle of space and time, the twenty year … Continue reading What I Wish I’d Known About the Catholic Church
Something to think about... It's a short read... Take a few and read it... We’ve all heard of the increasing wealth gap and the income gap that are, regrettably, accompanying our nation’s economic recovery from the Great Recession. Such gaps, of course, have been with the human family for a long time and in a … Continue reading Overcoming the Vision Gap | Capuchin Franciscan Province of St. Joseph
The doctrine of the Real Presence asserts that in the Holy Eucharist, Jesus is literally and wholly present—body and blood, soul and divinity—under the appearances of bread and wine. Evangelicals and Fundamentalists often attack this doctrine as "umbilical," but the Bible is forthright in declaring it (cf. 1 Cor. 10:16–17, 11:23–29; and, most forcefully, John … Continue reading A Head spinning Catholic teaching
A Post from a friend of mine In Defense of Santa...and other things I’ve been noticing ‘round these Catholic parts, some people have an issue with Santa. QUELLE HORREUR!!!! (Just kidding of course- whatever works for your family and gets them ready for Jesus’ birthday). I’d like to let you know how we do Advent/Christmas- … Continue reading Thoughts on Santa from a Friend of mine…
The other day I attended an meeting at my Church, they have decided it was time to make some much needed changed to the religious education of the middle school youth program. It was time to re-evaluate how they approached the faith formation of youth, what books to use, if any, what grades will … Continue reading Object or Action… The Verb and the Noun
It has been sometime since I last posted a blog… But I decided that I should post an update on that’s going on. Any one who reads this blog knows, I love to read all kinds of things. I read Stephen King books, books on politics and faith and the American way, but I was … Continue reading The future of reading?
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Portrait of Benjamin Franklin (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Leadership is something we hear about all the time, we can attend seminars, read books and articles and even blog post. Everyone seems have the solution to being a leader. To me it seems that the title of the book or workshop seems to be more important that … Continue reading Ben Franklin and Leadership