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Children Are a Gift from God

Dolce and Gabana have hit the headlines because they oppose gay marriage and the synthetic creation of children in the chemistry laboratory through IVF and surrogate motherhood, such as those adopted by Elton John and his partner. 222 more words

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Sacred Tradition

When we hear the word ‘tradition’ spoken in terms of the Catholic Church, we sometimes hear the cries of those who wish to return to the Mass in its form before the Second Vatican Council, often referred to the Traditional Latin Mass or TLM. 126 more words

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Same-Sex Marriage—why it is up close and personal to this celibate Catholic Christian

I am not sure it’s ever going to “get better” for me. I am going on 60 years of age this coming December, and I find myself still filled at times with rage and a deep sense of aloneness within my life as it stands currently. 2,364 more words


Are You Becoming More?

Professionally speaking, do you want to get better, or just be paid better?  Of course everyone wants to be paid better.

As a husband and father of three Catholic school students, I know I do.   474 more words


Wimpy Men and Capital Punishment

Kids tend to be unmerciful when it comes to making fun of others. Having been the receiving end of it you couldn’t help feel the intense heat of their laser-like attention. 646 more words

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What is the Catechism of the Catholic Church?

On January 25, 1995 Pope Saint John Paul II convoked an extraordinary assembly of the Synod of Bishops. The Synod Fathers expressed the desire that a catechism or compendium of all Catholic doctrine be composed. 212 more words

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Lent 2015 - Reaching out to our Lord

As we begin this season of Lent let’s together reach for our Lord’s stretched out hand and build a circle of friendship in His love. He has made us in His image. 609 more words

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