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Behold! I will save my people

Vatican II, [ 1962 - 1965 A.D. ]

“Lumen gentium”

Behold! I will save my people

By an utterly free and mysterious decree of his own wisdom and goodness, the eternal Father created the whole world. 486 more words

God and Tolerence

Speaking of God’s love, some would go on to say that God will tolerate anything because of His abundance of love. This is not true. His love is truly more than we could ever imagine. 185 more words

How A Zebra Changed My Life-(Can Animals Really Help Your Grief?)

So, why you ask, does that odd and quirky lady always have that pesky yet adorable little dog in tow? While it can be a bit annoying and distracting, many fail to imagine a purpose for such a thing. 1,173 more words

Hope

The Joy of Being Whole

I used to think that having the latest gadget or earning a lot of money could give me joy and make me feel complete but instead of being whole upon acquiring material possessions, the more I felt the hole in my heart get bigger. 329 more words

Love

Saint John Paul II

Poet, philosopher, and priest, Karol Wojtyla (1920-2005) was born in Poland and served as pope for twenty-eight years.  Rooted in the conviction that Christ reveals man to himself, his apostolic witness included trips to one hundred and twenty-nine countries, the eloquent defence of family life, and the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

Catholicism

Busyness

There are so many things I want to do in life, there are even more things that I want to do right this minute. To name a few: finish this Associates degree in Art History, apply to and complete a masters program for Forensic Psychology (which will hopefully lead to a new career, possibly my dream job), read more (for entertainment and for self-improvement), write more, work on some graphic art, take more photos, have more photo shoots, and most of all, study my Bible a lot more I get so overwhelmed with all of these things that I want to do, all of these things that I want to accomplish that it mentally burns me out and I end up watching another episode of Criminal Minds on Netflix. 501 more words

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