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U.S. Constitution, John Locke, and Founding Fathers

Dinner Topics for Friday

He that thinks absolute power purifies men’s blood and corrects the baseness of human nature, need only read history to be convinced to the contrary.

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journey post 31-- At Risk of Repeating History, Part 1: A parable about fear in the public square

“The only thing we have to fear is—fear itself.”
—Franklin D. Roosevelt, Inaugural Address, 1933

Roosevelt speaking at his first inaugural, March 4, 1933

My agenda in this series of posts is to communicate that there is reasonable historical evidence for the resurrection of Jesus.  1,061 more words

The Journey

PRAYER FOR THE INTERCESSION OF SAINT JOHN PAUL II

O BLESED TRINITY, WE THANK YOU for having graced the Church with Saint John Paul II and for allowing the tenderness of your fatherly care, the glory of the Cross of Christ and the splendor of the Spirit of love to shine through him… 109 more words

FREEDOM OF RELIGION

Jim Taylor: Freedom of Religion Can Go Too Far

Jim writes:

“When religious rights conflict with criminal laws, they contend, religious rights take priority.
“I disagree….
“As an individual, Harper may attend any church he wants.

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Freedom Of Religion

GOD SPEAKS TO HIS PEOPLE-HOW CAN YOU SEE AND NOT BELIEVE?

THE FATHER ALMIGHTY, MAKER OF HEAVEN AND EARTH, OF ALL THINGS VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE.

  IN THE ENCYCLICAL “LUMEN FIDEI,” POPE FRANCIS SAYS THAT THE OPPOSITE OF FAITH IS IDOLATRY. 334 more words

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Daniel Tragerman - 4 years old

Red and yellow, black and white, all are precious in His sight. This precious little boy, Daniel Tragerman, was murdered intentionally by Hamas Friday afternoon while at home with his Israeli parents. 330 more words

Israel Commentary