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The Doorway to a New Season

“Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come. The old is gone, the new is here!”

2 Corinthians 5:17

This afternoon, Jim and I took a little ride through the back roads of our community. 231 more words

Thoughts From The Porch

Barrenness and Mistaken Sexual Identity

The following was written by Rebecca Mayes and posted on He Remembers the Barren.  Thank you Rebecca.

One of the aspects of barrenness that is so awkward is the fact that the “success” of your marital relations (more modernly called your “sex life”) with your spouse is often scrutinized by those around you, either privately in their own minds, or quite publicly to your face. 722 more words

Identity Shapes Faith & Practice

Barrenness and Mistaken Sexual Identity

The following was written by Rebecca Mayes and posted on He Remembers the Barren.  Thank you, Rebecca.

One of the aspects of barrenness that is so awkward is the fact that the “success” of your marital relations (more modernly called your “sex life”) with your spouse is often scrutinized by those around you, either privately in their own minds, or quite publicly to your face. 721 more words

Life Issues

Tagle: Responses to synod on family survey reveal 'much work' left to do

Quezon City – The situation of families presents “an invitation to institutes of higher learning to contribute through research and pastoral creativity to resolve our debate,” Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle told professors, students and guests at the Loyola School of Theology’s Theology Hour lecture series on Sept. 50 more words

Catholic News Asia

The Question of Baptism

Have you ever had questions about baptism like…

1. Why do I need to be baptized?

2. When should I be baptized?

3. Does baptism save me? 43 more words

Applying Scripture

Life & Death

Posted by: zealoussheep

Sometimes, I am tempted to think that the world, societies, and cultures are caught in a downward spiral toward darkness and destruction. I look around and wonder if my fellow human beings are taking care to cultivate… 886 more words

The Green-Eyed Monster: Putting Jealousy in its Place

You don’t send a mouse to check on a group of cats. But that’s exactly what Jacob did. He sent Joseph, saying, “See if it is well with your brothers and with the flock,” (Genesis 37:14). 1,013 more words