Is Baptism Really Necessary?

I stumbled upon an interesting commentary about Saint John’s Gospel chapter 3 in Wiersbe Bible Commentary: New Testament by Warren W. Wiersbe while I was

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The Other Vocation Crisis

We have a vocation crisis in the Catholic Church, and everyone, it seems, is focusing on the “shortage of priests” part of it. The Catholic

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A Pope For the Rich?

I received a forwarded email today of a picture of Pope Francis and Pope Emeritus Benedict 16. The picture was split and the Francis side

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Bill, We Will Miss You!

The recent effort in Nevada to put into law a bill that would provide the same level of protection for religious freedom that the people

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That’s Not Fair

Clare, a fictional person, is a wife and works outside the home. She and her husband have two boys. They go to a Catholic school

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Sacred Music and Catholic Identity

A Protestant Face Book friend – addressing her mostly Protestant friends – posted this “status”: Just wondering, when worshipping in a corporate setting, where is

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The Great Gatsby\’s Relevance

The Great Gatsby, the popular American novel known for depicting the Roaring 20\’s with striking honesty, is now a major motion picture, starring the great Leonardo DiCaprio

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She Told Us So

Hell froze over when I chopped off my hair for the official mom’s haircut. (My husband’s smile froze, too.) Then pigs started flying when I

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