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Yes, I Am Getting Divorced. Yes, I Believe in Traditional Family Values. No, That Doesn't Make Me a Hypocrite or Less Catholic! (Part 4 of 4)

 (Dominic and Siena (see the heart?), Photo Credit: God)

Did you miss Part 1, Part 2, or Part 3?

Finally, contemplating the cross, I realized how little my pain was in contrast. 1,472 more words


Accidental Husband Chapter 30. Tears and Smiles

Chapter 30. Tears and Smiles

‟Tom. I am very glad you are home and I cannot wait for us to get back to the Wizard.” Barbara sat down on the floor, next to the chair he rested his arm on. 735 more words


A Catholic Goes to Court

Despite this being my 5th trip to court, it remains a disorienting place to be. You feel the tension and discontent stifling the atmosphere. Not one person wants to be here; even the security guard’s face grimaces in spite of my masking smile as I pass through the metal detector. 1,001 more words


The Duke and his Adventurer!

Dreaming of the Duke (Duke’s Club Book #2) by Eva Devon

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Cordelia Eversleigh, Duchess of Hunt, has spent her entire life in Egypt, sifting through the sands, cavorting with the local tribes, and uncovering the tombs of glorified ancient Egyptian accountants. 1,059 more words

Historical Romance Novel

Bishops acknowledging reality of Catholic families

Pope Francis attends a morning session of a two-week synod on family issues at the Vatican, Monday, Oct. 13, 2014. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Catholic bishops are showing remarkable openness to accepting the real lives of many Catholics today, saying gays have gifts to offer the church and that there are “positive” aspects of a couple living together with being married. 400 more words

To be married, or not to be married, that is the question . . . .

Before Bosworth, Richard III sent his heirs north to the safety of Sheriff Hutton, including his two eldest nieces, (daughters of his elder brother, Edward IV) Elizabeth of York and her sister Cicely/Cecily/Cecille/Cecilia/Cecylle. 1,417 more words