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The New American Dream

By Sare Smith

“I think it’s more of an individual pursuit of happiness rather than the actual epitome of the American Dream,” Bryce Mayo said, about the American Dream he would like to find in his life. 355 more words

St. Augustine

The Feast of Ambrose of Milan: Preaching the Good News, Ready or Not

Nestled in between the feast of Saint Nicholas of Myra on December 6th (also known as Santa Claus, gifter of candy in shoes and purported puncher of Arius at the Council of Nicaea) and the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary on December 8th, and, sharing December 7th with that day in 1941 that will forever live in infamy, the feast of Ambrose of Milan doesn’t get much attention from Catholics in my part of the world, the United States. 1,832 more words

Theology And Culture

Apply your will to God; He will let you believe...

For those of you & your loved ones who struggle to believe, if one first applies their will to God, God will provide the rest. …

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Castillo de San Marcos

A few times a year the Old Fort (Castillo de San Marcos) in Historic St. Augustine opens up in the evening for living history tours.  The National Parks Service staff and volunteers partner with St. 251 more words

Robin Anderson

December 7: ST. AMBROSE, Bishop and Doctor of the Church

While living in Milan, serving the imperial government, St. Ambrose (340-397) was baptized and elected bishop of the city by popular acclaim. He distinguished himself by his apostolic zeal, service to the poor, and effective care of all the faithful. 64 more words

Saints

Third Time a Diva

Yesterday was the first race of the season. Sure, I ran a kids half marathon (1.31 miles) with our son and daughter. However, this was the first race I registered for. 474 more words

Running

Meditation for 12-5-16

Morning Offering.

DECEMBER 5, 2016

“To fall in love with God is the greatest romance; to seek Him the greatest adventure; to find Him, the greatest human achievement.” 88 more words

St. Augustine