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Tag: Blessed Mother

Humility vs. Humiliation: The Lessons of Christ and St. Francis

March 20, AD2017 2 Comments
Humility vs. Humiliation:  The Lessons of Christ and St. Francis

I disagree with those who describe Our Lord’s Passion experience as humiliating, because I believe that they are merely projecting their perception of that situation on him. I can understand Our Lord’s embarrassment at being placed on public display nearly naked, given his great sense of purity. I can even understand Our Lord’s humanity being […]

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Proclaiming the Gospel of Christ Through Love

April 6, AD2016 1 Comment
Proclaiming the Gospel of Christ Through Love

Christ and the Gospel The joyous season of Easter is among us. Another Lent has passed and we can now celebrate with the entire Church and the world that Christ is alive today. With Spring in our midst and the plants and flowers beginning to bud, it’s a true connection to new life. It is […]

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Saint Joseph and His Call to Men

January 11, AD2016 0 Comments
Saint Joseph and His Call to Men

There is a Catholic “man-crisis.” Many men have quit Catholicism and many fail to practice the faith. Many Catholic men have lost sight of the powerful attractiveness of heroic Catholic manhood. Now is the time when we need to bring St. Joseph back into the spotlight of our religious life. St. Joseph As a Role […]

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Can a Non-Catholic Find Comfort In Mary?

December 15, AD2015 8 Comments
Can a Non-Catholic Find Comfort In Mary?

Recently I received a question from someone who is not Catholic. Although she thought it might be a silly question (it wasn’t) she wanted to know if a Protestant owning an object with the image of the Blessed Mother, Mary, on it was objectionable to Catholics (it isn’t). Apparently, this dear sister in Christ has […]

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Claude, Death Row and the Miraculous Medal

August 19, AD2015 15 Comments
Claude, Death Row and the Miraculous Medal

There are many miracles that have taken place in the lives of people who are exposed to Mary’s Miraculous Medal.  Stories of conversion, salvation, healings, etc., are very common to those who wear and promote this blessed sacramental.  One of the greatest of these stories is the story of Claude Newman, a black man from […]

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Catholic Writers: Stand Up for the Truth in LOVE

May 22, AD2015 4 Comments
Catholic Writers: Stand Up for the Truth in LOVE

Let us witness then in love, without sinning against those who have yet to experience the joy of the Eucharist or a deep relationship with their Heavenly Mother. I am proud to proclaim I am a Catholic writer. A Spirit-filled lover of Jesus who expects to be accepted by Protestant lovers of Jesus, because I am […]

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The Death of Shame

February 16, AD2015 25 Comments
The Death of Shame

After selling over 100-million copies of the book, the overhyped-movie version of E.L. James’ 50 Shades of Grey was released on St. Valentine’s Day.  Variety reports that for its first weekend, the movie grossed $81.67M with a projected four-day total of $90.658M, placing it as the best Presidents Day weekend opening record of all time; […]

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Be The Tabernacle

November 21, AD2014 5 Comments
Be The Tabernacle

Can the infinite and eternal God become small enough to fit inside of us, body, blood, soul and divinity?  The ENTIRE Christ, not an abstract omnipresence. If you are a Christian, the answer should be a resounding “Yes!”  Mary was the first person to experience this personal and miraculous relationship with Christ. In the sixth […]

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Reasons to Love the Immaculata

December 10, AD2013 4 Comments
Reasons to Love the Immaculata

This year we celebrate The Immaculate Conception of Our Lady on Monday, December 9th.  Traditionally, it is celebrated on December 8th.  However, since the Second Sunday of Advent falls on that date this year, the celebration has been moved to the following Monday. It is the feast in which we remember that Mary from the […]

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