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Trinity Sunday -- an Anglican analysis of its importance

Sunday, May 31, 2015, is Trinity Sunday.

Trinity Sunday is always the next one after Pentecost.

My 2010 post explains that it was not until St Thomas Becket dedicated the Sunday after Pentecost to the Trinity in 1162 that it became a uniform feast in the Church. 955 more words


Nancy 'Pope-losi' Calls Marco Rubio a Bad Catholic

WASHINGTON D.C. (The Barbed Wire) – As white smoke finally escaped into the blue skies from the chimney in the Capitol building this weekend, liberals everywhere cheered the election of their new religious leader, Nancy Pope-losi ( D-Delusional).  363 more words


Mary and Elizabeth: Women together

Here is the final image in our Mary series of modern images of Our Lady.

Dorothy Webster Hawksley (1884-1970) was a British born artist inspired by old masters and Japanese prints. 175 more words


Last Day of School

Yikes! Is school really over for 2014-15? As I get older I find that time passes far more quickly. Even when time seems to stop during the longest periods of school in winter, in hindsight the year flies, giving rise to summer and the anticipation of another school year. 152 more words


Are we uncomfortable with mentally ill saints?

You’ve noticed, haven’t you?  Maybe not.

I haven’t been around the blog much lately.  Or the Internet for that matter.

Here’s why:

I’ve gone back to counseling.   559 more words


How important is mass?

I am currently about to start a new job. This job means a rather big relocation and in the mean time while awaiting visas and to save money I am staying with my sister’s family. 468 more words


Engagement is preparation for lifelong marriage, Pope says at general audience

Continuing his catechesis on the family, Pope Francis devoted his May 27 general audience to engagement as a preparation for marriage.

“Engagement is a time when couples come to know one another better in planning for the beautiful yet demanding enterprise of marriage,” Pope Francis said, according to the Vatican’s official English-language summary of his remarks that were read out at the conclusion of the audience. 121 more words