How Must We Love Our Neighbor?

Most Catholics, most Christians in fact, even people who are only passingly familiar with the Bible, know the story of the Good Samaritan. Found in

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The World Wins! Jesus Loses

The following article is written as if a Roman newspaper columnist penned a column right after Jesus’s death. The Times Temporal, Jerusalem, March 26, 33

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Martha, Mary, and Myers-Briggs

The Myers-Briggs Test and Personality Assessment, a measurement tool in assessing different human temperaments, has been used in both the corporate world and in church

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Holy Week

Easter in the Light of Holy Week

[Editor’s Note: This article includes suggestions for living Holy Week. Bookmark this article or pin it on Pinterest for future reference!]   Easter without Holy

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fear, evil, light, darkness

The Second Conversion

The Gospel of John recounts a clandestine meeting, under the cover of darkness, between Jesus and a ruler of the Jews, a Pharisee named Nicodemus.

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