ST. PETER DAMIAN was born in 988, and lost both parents at an early age. His eldest brother, in whose hands he was left, treated him so cruelly that a younger brother, a priest, moved by his piteous state, sent him to the University of Parma, where he acquired great distinction. 424 more words
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“Gay Marriage is ruining the sanctity of marriage!” …isn’t that how the narrative goes?
I’m sure we’ve all heard this before. I myself have heard it from some church-going people myself in the past. 2,654 more words
This is quite possibly going to be a lot of random points but it’s going to come into a conclusion. I also have NO idea how theologically sound this is so I would not take this as real teaching, I’m really just putting my thoughts out there because something came to mind and I want to get it out before it’s gone. 539 more words
I am not liking the news I’m reading on Facebook and in the newspaper, and hoping it’s a bad dream. Please don’t tell me The Crown Market – our one and only old time family owned kosher grocery store – has decided to close the doors for good without reaching out to the community, without going with a fanfare; with the same gusto, love and attention to our community and the long relationships we have build over generations… 918 more words
A while back I attended a lecture at my Church given by a cardiologist and professor from Notre Dame University in Indiana. This man had impressive credentials for sure, but the crowd hadn’t gathered to hear him speak because of his accomplishments in medicine and education. 896 more words