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An Encounter with the Forearm of St. Francis Xavier

January 31, AD2018 3 Comments
An Encounter with the Forearm of St. Francis Xavier

This past January, thanks to the collaboration of Catholic Christian Outreach (CCO) and the Jesuits, the forearm of St. Francis Xavier came to my city, as part of a tour across Canada. As Angèle Regnier, the co-founder of CCO, said, “it’s the arm that he would have used to baptize and heal and, you know, done […]

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Relics: Not Just A Dead Man’s Hand

April 23, AD2016 1 Comment
Relics: Not Just A Dead Man’s Hand

The use of relics in the Catholic faith as a means of revitalizing our faith has a history going back literally to the days of the Old Testament. But before I talk about things from a few millenia ago, I’d like to tell you a little bit about a point in my own life. Relics […]

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What Do Fetal Parts and Relics Have in Common?

July 24, AD2015 0 Comments
What Do Fetal Parts and Relics Have in Common?

That Planned Parenthood was selling baby organs (oh excuse me, “tissue” according to the PP public statements, but not according to my biology teacher) didn’t even raise a lick of hair on my eyebrow. I’d researched detailed abortion procedures for my novel, heard Jill Stanek describe partial birth abortions and knew fetal parts were used […]

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