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Will You Be Found Faithful?: Chapter Twelve

Will You Be Found Faithful?

As I look at the church, I see a sad thing. I see scattered sheep without a shepherd. They’re hungry and tired and often wounded and alone. 3,714 more words


The Catholic Roots of Halloween

A cloud of mystery surrounds Halloween. There are some who believe it is the “devil’s night,” while others it is simply a secular night of dressing in costumes to go trick-or-treating. 746 more words


The Power and Beauty of Traditional-Rite Baptism

On October 27th, 1996, I was baptized.

I’m pretty sure I screamed; as is wont with most humans, I didn’t take any pains to realize that something good (incredibly wonderful, rather) was actually happening to me, but rather focused on everything I didn’t like (WATER, and NO FORMULA IN MY MOUTH). 1,073 more words


New HBO series on next pope, an unpredictable American fundamentalist

Jude Law, Diane Keaton, Silvio Orlando in HBO series premieres October 2016 throughout Europe and the United Kingdom; in the United States in February 2017.

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My Approach to Motherhood (Day 27)

I have been binge-watching several televisions shows in the past couple months, courtesy of Netflix. Earlier this week, I touched briefly on a theme that keeps coming back to me, through Hollywood, and other outlets, and that is the theme of… 530 more words


Hallelujah Harvest Happening

Hay rides, bobbing for apples, pumpkin contest, candy, music, and games. We called it the “Hallelujah Harvest Happening.” A Christian alternative to Halloween – which we knew to be a night of Satanic celebration. 313 more words