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Sunday Snippets: A Catholic Carnival

It’s been a lovely day and a busy Sunday which is not over yet, but I’m taking a few moments to link up with RAnn… 170 more words


A moment of reprieve

For the past two weeks I was primarily concerned with midterms and hence too busy to post anything. On Friday morning I began this semester’s reading week and promptly dropped into a near brain-dead state where I spent the next 48 hours more or less alternating between the PS2* and Youtube. 141 more words


So Let's Talk About God.


I’ve been trying to start this blog for a few months now. I was putting together this whole timeline of Christianity (starting with Judaism, because they’re connected) and I was going to do this huge bit-by-bit explanation of how Christianity (and Catholicism) came to be. 718 more words


All that cannot be said.

This is a story about why I am not quite like you. Why it can be very hard to understand me.

Today I tried to write something for this blog. 831 more words


Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time: Year A: Matthew: 22: 15-21:

‘They handed a denarius, and he said, “Whose head is this? Whose name?” “Caesar’s” they replied. He then said to them, “Very well, give back to Caesar what belongs to Caesar – and to God what belongs to God.” 718 more words

Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time: Year A: Matthew: 22: 1-14:

‘The wedding is ready; but as those who were invited proved to be unworthy, go to the crossroads in the town and invite everyone you can find to the wedding. 892 more words

A writer-editor-teacher's quote of the week #37

“ invites us all beyond our narrow self-understanding— that egocentric sense of ourselves based on ethnic, cultural and national distinctions. Until these are transcended, we cannot claim our true identities as son and daughters of God. 32 more words