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No Communion for You!

This is one of those “deep” pieces for Christians only dealing with Catholic and Protestant relations. If you’re prone to anger, just stop here. Also, if you need fluff and unicorns and rainbows, stop here. 615 more words

Catholic Spiritual Works of Mercy Painted for Protestants

In my last piece, I discussed the corporal works of mercy. From my perspective, I found that these could be supported as Scriptural from the words of Christ with the exception of burying the dead, which I did a circuitous line of logic to support from Genesis. 1,701 more words

Catholic Corporal Works of Mercy Painted for Protestants

Having sat between the denominational worlds for so long, I tend to ask very uncomfortable questions that Catholic priests don’t like to hear (hence why it’s one of my former denominational pews… 977 more words

A Hard Question...

“A long time ago, I had a lady to love…”  Oops… not the proper beginning for a blog post (but maybe for a karaoke night). 364 more words


I’ve always been at odds with most of my friends in various denominational pews when it came to evangelization. It wasn’t that I disagreed with them on the need for people to know and love Jesus; it was that I disagreed with the how. 424 more words

The identity of the God who knows me

The Angel of Yahveh found Hagar near a spring in the desert; it was the spring that is beside the road to Shur.  And he said, “Hagar, servant of Sarai, where have you come from, and where are you going?” … 5,197 more words

Orthodoxy, Conversion and Ecumenism

This post is taken from an article I found on one of my favorite websites OrthodoxInfo.   Since ecumenism is a great heresy facing the Orthodox Church today, I find this article very helpful, edifying and calming to my soul.   5,305 more words

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