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1st Sunday of Lent

Now although I know not everyone who reads this is not Catholic, I’m just writing  about my journey that I’m taking during this Lenten Season and what I am learning about the world through these personal experiences.   587 more words

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The Devil and Deconstruction

Hatred is the most accessible and comprehensive of all unifying agents.  Mass movements can rise and spread without belief in a god, but never without a belief in a devil.

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Day Three

Today is day 3 of Lent. I gotta say, I’ve been pretty consistent. I (try) to insert moments of reflection, reading, and prayer into my daily routine. 171 more words


The Beginning of a New Journey

Today is the beginning of a journey a lot of Christians called Lent. What is Lent? It is the journey that we take with Jesus when he was in the desert for forty days. 354 more words

Being Catholic


My life of faith has been one of winding paths, twists and turns, dips and valleys like a vine looking for something to cling to. Sometimes I think we just need to be still, very still and listen for His voice. 472 more words


Commandments For The Long Haul

Father Dan Berrigan, the Jesuit poet and activist, wrote a short book with 10 commandments for living.  His wisdom touched my heart.  Six of these follow.   392 more words


Heartbreak... over politics

This keeps showing up on my Facebook newsfeed:

I think the people posting it are misinformed.

Freedom of religion has been being violated, even though it’s part of the Constitution–“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religious beliefs, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” People are being forced to violate beliefs they hold because of their religion. 503 more words