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Why is the Left so intolerant?

Maybe because they started down the road of relativism long ago.

Relativism which might sound like a benign “you think what you want and I’ll think what I want — and we’ll all get along” has proved to be not so harmless.   443 more words

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The Word is Near You

Homily preached by the Rev. James La Macchia
Trinity Parish of Newton Centre
May 28, 2017
The Seventh Sunday of Easter – Year A

Acts 1:6-14… 1,253 more words

Sunday Homilies

Francis vs Benedict

Interesting take on the differences between Pope Francis and Pope Benedict with a nice twist at the end. I was half expecting the author to eventually side with Francis since he is clearly the more popular of the two particularly among non-Catholic believers. 29 more words


The truth issue

I have been reading Pope Benedict’s Introduction to Christianity. I have been struck by the introduction that looks at the question of whether “belief” or “faith” is still possible in a modern age. 67 more words

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#WorthRevisit: Library Fun

Yesterday I was the Substitute Librarian, and substitute teaching is always an adventure, especially when you’ll be dealing with little kids.

After my stint in Morning Car Line I headed upstairs to discover that the librarian had filled the bookmark basket with an assortment of holy cards mixed with publishers’ postcards advertising children’s books. 289 more words


Pope Benedict XVI’s Homily on the Readings for the Fifth Sunday of Easter

This Homily was preached at Yankee Stadium on April 20, 2008.

In the Gospel we have just heard, Jesus tells his Apostles to put their faith in him, for he is “the way, and the truth and the life” ( 2,144 more words


Made for Greatness

I think voting in the presidential election is the least impactful thing you can do to effect change. Casting your vote does not make our country great, regardless of your vote.  915 more words