Feeding The Sheep

When they had finished breakfast, Jesus said to Simon Peter,”Simon, son of John, do you love me more than these?” He said to him, “Yes,

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Ave Maria, Florida

What if you could create the ideal town, based on your Catholic beliefs? What if you could build a town centered upon prayer, open to

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OrderWeedNess

The city I live in thinks my family has a problem with the virtue of orderliness. An inspector has just sent me an “Environmental Violation

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Books for Catholic Decision-Makers

Below are links to books for decision-makers organized by relevant questions and answers that relate to particular milestones along the Decision-Maker\’s Path ™. Books for

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Taking Aquinas Serieslessly

Current presentations of the Aristotelian/Thomistic arguments of the Unmoved Mover and the First Cause reject infinite series while often appearing to endorse finite series. This

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Socrates or Jesus?

     In his book, Socrates: A Man for Our Times, the author Paul Johnson suggests that getting to know Socrates better might help us through our current

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Filling the Bucket of Self Esteem

Self esteem. A modern essential. Self esteem was a term invented by Sigmund Freud. The concept has taken wing since then, enhancing other modern philosophies.

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The Age of Apathy

I was born in the late 1980s. I\’m too young for wars, civil right movements and the Age of Aquarius. The Cold War and the

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