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Wildcard Wednesday for AUGUST: The "Get Discovered" Edition

Surprise!  It’s that time again.

This time, however, there’s a little twist! This time, WCW participants have a chance at having their stories appear in an upcoming anthology! 501 more words

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Theology of the Body (TOB)

Since 2011, young adults from across Johannesburg South have had their lives revolutionised by Theology of the Body. By tackling relevant issues in a friendly, non-judgemental and unimposing environment, attendees have discovered through their own volition the beauty and truth of God’s purpose and plan for their lives. 299 more words

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Stone by stone

Homily at the Catholic Charismatic Renewal Wales Conference (Carmarthen) for the 21st Sunday of Ordinary Time.

On Friday at the Conference, I offered a… 2,018 more words

Roving Homilies

5 FQP Books in Top Ten on Amazon Canada!

Special thanks to Canadian readers for helping to put five Full Quiver Publishing books in the top ten of Religious Drama category on Amazon (Kindle) Canada, including three of my own!

Catholicity

Sunday Snippets - August 24

Please join me and other Catholic bloggers at RAnn’s Place for Sunday Snippets where we share posts from the previous week and answer a weekly question. 120 more words

Catholicity

Virtuous Sex

One of the common objections we hear to using Natural Family Planning (“NFP”) is, “I want to be able to have sex whenever I want to, and the birth control pill allows me to do that.” 974 more words

Christian Living

Pope John Paul II and neo-Manichaean body culture

“In the personalism of John Paul it is all important to understand and to affirm the embodiment of each person. In his view the modern world is not only afflicted by the materialism that reduces man to the body, recognizing nothing else in man but the body; it is also afflicted by a certain aversion to the body – John paul speaks of a widespread “neo-manichaean culture” – that conceives of persons as estranged from their bodies, as merely using their bodies in an instrumental way….John Paul taces much of the disorder in present-day moral theology back to the failure to do justice to the embodiment of persons. 131 more words