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Saint Don Bosco

January 31 is the feast day of Saint John “Don” Bosco is the founder of the  Society of Saint Francis de Sales, more commonly known as the Salesian’s, and the best way to describe the focus of this Saint is to direct people to the website of his Society for the Salesian Missions. 74 more words


On 'American Sniper' -- Part Two: The 'False Self'

For part one, click here

It is important to note that at no point in ‘American Sniper’ do we see our protagonist salivating at the opportunity to gun people down or gleefully exulting in the elimination of his targets.  410 more words


This Is That Love

Out of all the religions, what makes authentic Christianity unique is that, from the beginning of time, God seeks us. It’s not about adopting a set of moral values and principles…it’s about knowing God, the person of Jesus Christ, intimately. 36 more words


Catholic Woman

Once I had a professor tell me that I should not study Catholic theology because the Catholic Church had no place for me as a woman.  1,135 more words


Finally coming out of the closet

It’s kind of scary sharing this post with people, I’ve been very open in previous posts on this blog in the past about lots of different things about my life but I’ve never publicly confirmed this. 1,927 more words


4th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B - Pleasing the Lord

A Catholic homily by Fr Robbie Low
Readings:   Deuteronomy 18: 15-20, Ps 94, 1 Corinthians 7: 32-35,
Mark 1: 21-28

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“The Belief Book” Teaches Children About Religion from an Atheist Perspective

by Hemant Mehta

Any atheist parents out there may want to check out this new children’s book about religion written by David G McAfee and illustrated by  125 more words