Catechism: You Don’t Know Squat

It’s really too bad that while the legal profession mandates continuing education for its members to maintain their licenses, the Catholic Church won’t revoke a

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Edith Stein on Living Fully in the Present

Edith Stein was an admirer of St. Thomas Aquinas, and like Aquinas, she understood that words mean things, but they do not always mean them unambiguously. President Bill Clinton, for example, testified that what he

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Talking White Trash

  People of a certain age ought to remember the routine that made comedian Jeff Foxworthy a household name. And I’ll give just one example:

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When Did Jesus Know He was God?

Little is known about the time between our LORD’s birth in Bethlehem and the Wedding at Cana where he began his public mission. So the question of when Jesus in his

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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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