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Jesus & the Marginalised: A Case Study

There is a tendency within Christianity which argues that the primary purpose of Jesus’ mission was to affirm the marginalised and the excluded. Such a narrative does not fully account for the appeal which He had to wealthy and/or influential people like Joanna, the wife of Herod’s steward, Joseph of Arimathea, the Sanhedrin member, or Nicodemus, the leading Pharisee. 833 more words

Our Morning Offering - 20 September

Our Morning Offering – 20 September

Prayer for Charity
By Pope Benedict XVI

Father, Your truth is made known in Your Word.
Guide us to seek the truth of the human person. 95 more words

MORNING Prayers

One Minute Reflection - 19 September - The Memorial of Our Lady of La Salette

One Minute Reflection – 19 September – The Memorial of Our Lady of La Salette:  Special Readings for the Feast of Our Lady of La Salette (First Reading: Ezekiel 37:1-14  Second Reading: 2 Corinthians 5:17-21) 126 more words

SAINT Of The DAY

"The Truth About Tolerance" - Talk by Fr. Cristino

It would seem our modern culture values only one virtue: TOLERANCE. The problem is, tolerance is not a virtue. In fact, one might say that to tolerate is the furthest thing from loving. 61 more words

Words Of Truth

What Benedict Accomplished with Summorum Pontificum

On September 14 the Church celebrates the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross commemorating the 4th century recovery of the True Cross by St. 611 more words

Liturgy

Book Review!

Please feel free to check out my book review of  Christ’s Descent into Hell: John Paul II, Joseph Ratzinger, and Hans Urs von Balthasar on the Theology of Holy Saturday… 28 more words

Theology

Thought for the Day - 4 September - The Feast of Our Lady of Consolation

Thought for the Day – 4 September – The Feast of Our Lady of Consolation

Pope Benedict XVI encouraged the faithful to pray to Our Lady of Consolation, stating… 311 more words

SAINT Of The DAY