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Love and Forgiveness

We live in a world of feelings.  People do whatever they feel is right, and condemn whatever they feel is wrong or offensive.  Nowadays, love means a good feeling you have for someone or something.   1,533 more words


Tying the Hands of Jesus Through Lack of Faith

We all want miracles from Jesus.  At times depending on the situation, we must have one.  Sometimes they come, sometimes “God’s grace has to be sufficient for us,” and sometimes we do not get one at all, do we?  351 more words


14th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B - My grace is made perfect in weakness

A Catholic homily by Fr Guy de Gaynesford
Readings:  Ezekiel 2: 2-5, Ps 122, 2 Corinthians 12: 7-10, Mark 6: 1-6

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Reason, Feeling and the Nature of Sex

One of the things that I find myself thinking about a great deal is the difference in using feelings to come to a conclusion on any given matter as opposed to that of truly using logic and reason to come to a conclusion. 869 more words


Bible 1 Yr – Day 175 – Do Not Accept the Grace of God in Vain

Take a look at the first sentence of Chapter 6, something you might pass over as you get into the chapter without realizing its implications: 366 more words


Does the Magesterium save the Trinity from Sola Scriptura?

The doctrine of Sola scriptura is, I believe, a major problem for protestant theologians. Sola Scriptura is the doctrine that the bible is the sole infallible rule of faith, in can be summed up my Martin Luther in his Smalcald Articles: 2,032 more words


Dear Roman Catholicism

The word of God said it is only the truth that can set you free. Nothing but the truth. In the days of old, there was this mighty hunter called ‪
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