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Holy Week Meditations on Death and Denominationalism

What would you die for? To save your children? To save your spouse? To ensure world peace? To promote your religion? Would you die rather than renounce your beliefs? 1,663 more words


A Trinitarian Revelation

There is nothing more fulfilling than watching as a difficult concept clicks into place in the mind of a student.  I can’t say that it happens that often (or at least it’s normally well hidden from me), but when you do witness such an incredible event, it makes all the struggles of teaching worthwhile. 1,020 more words

Personal Reflections


Q11. But isn’t God also merciful?
A. God is certainly merciful, but he is also just. His justice demands that sin, committed against his supreme majesty, be punished with the supreme penalty–eternal punishment of body and soul. 73 more words


Get to know the Holy Spirit

What role does the Holy Spirit play in the life of Jesus?

Without the Holy Spirit, we cannot understand Jesus. In his life the presence of God’s Spirit, whom we call the Holy Spirit, was manifest in a unique way. 738 more words


What is Little Saints and how can we start it in our parish?

Here is a slightly modified version of the proposal that I created to present the program to my parish. If you are interested in starting a similar program in your own parish, please do not hesitate to contact me! 1,237 more words

Catechism Corner (2171, 2042)

“The seventh day is a day of solemn rest, holy to the Lord.” (Ex. 31:15)

God entrusted the Sabbath to Israel to keep as a sign of the irrevocable covenant. 188 more words


or All Ministry is Apostolic, Presbyteral, and Diaconal (Part 1)

by Edward L. Lee, Jr.

How’s that for a mind-boggling church-y title! But please, keep reading.

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