Reflections on The Mass

Catholics are obliged, under pain of sin, to attend Holy Mass every Sunday and Holy Day. The Second Commandment (not a suggestion) commands us to

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Joseph Was Also Full of Grace

having been associated, as Mother and Minister, with the King of martyrs in the ineffable work of human Redemption, she is always associated, with a

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education

What is Education?

I urge you to answer this question for yourself before you read on. I myself am constantly reformulating my answer and expanding on what is

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shame

Television Dramas and Lust

I enjoy television dramas. I really do. But I have a very active imagination. I also passively project my “fantasy world” into television dramas so much

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The Missing Cross

But all things should be done decently and in order.                               

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jupiter, wonder, universe, ponder, meditate, mediation

A Time for Silence

“We need to find God, and he cannot be found in noise and restlessness. God is the friend of silence. See how nature – trees,

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hospice, suffering, death, palliative care

Managing Suffering In Your Life

People suffer—good people and bad people. When the so-called good people suffer, many of us look at the so-called bad people thriving and complain. Scripture

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