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Believe In The Possible

President Kennedy said, “When the going gets tough, the tough get going.” His words echo Tony Melendez life. You and I have faced tough times. I’ve faced it with a good mind, a healthy body, and a loving family. 29 more words

The Polish church uses the words of pope John Paul II to applaud the president's court-law veto

As tens of thousands of Poles protested against the government’s attempts to gain control over the country’s judiciary over the past week, the politically influential Catholic church that is friendly to the ruling populist party has refrained from taking sides. 359 more words

Pause and Reflect

Morning Offering.

JULY 23, 2017

“I will glory not because I am righteous, but because I am redeemed; I will glory not because I am free from sins, but because my sins are forgiven me. 233 more words

Pope John Paul II

Cause for Gratitude

I visited the cathedral of San Lorenzo three times before finding its doors open, and whilst I had cause to be glad of my persistence there was a disappointment in store for me too. 472 more words

Photography

THE KING AND I (2)

I was in the old city town hall. Not the new hall what I knew then as the Michael Fowler Centre. Where am I? Wellington, New Zealand, I am attending a Christian crusade centred around evangelist Leighton Ford. 477 more words

Christianity

A Filipina who promoted the feminine genius before John Paul II did

Many accuse Catholicism of treating women as inferior to men because women can’t be priests. But a closer look will show how mistaken this accusation is, especially since the Church’s most admired member is a woman: Mary of Nazareth. 735 more words

Spirituality

Boys and Girls: Who’s More Smarter? (Part 2)

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Quick recap: A study covered on “Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly” revealed that six-year-old girls tend by an overwhelming margin to think their own gender of inferior intelligence compared to their male counterparts. 641 more words

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