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The downs and delights of the doctor and God.

I always thought the scariest, and most stressful part of medicine would be me not knowing enough to adequately treat someone, or making a mistake with their management. 666 more words

The Face Of Jesus

Nobody Knows

Nobody knows

Nobody knows what you go through

Nobody knows what it’s like to be you

To be happy

To be sad

To be mad… 172 more words

Poetry

Genesis-"And Evening Came,"

So I was coming home, right?

If you read my little prayer from the last post, you know I was pretty worried about this. I told two of my best friends about my new area of inquiry and one of them reacted as I feared (asking about all the areas that we Protestants think are antiquated and incorrect: Mary and the saints, works, the pope, etc.) and one asked me this, “Is Jesus still your Savior?” I said of course and he replied, “I don’t know that much about Catholicism, but as long as your answer stays “yes” to that question, have at it.” 940 more words

Catholic

My Rose Colored Glasses

SO…

There he was… a total eye catcher. A guy who was tall, handsome, funny, silly, and charming.  We were friends for a while, and I had just graduated high school. 1,852 more words

Domestic Violence

3 Witnesses testify before Pope Francis and the world, of Christ's mercy

First Testimony: Natalia (Poland)

On Sunday, 15 April 2012, I woke up in my house in Łódź, the third largest city in Poland. At the time, I was the chief editor of a fashion magazine, I had been away from the Church for 20 years. 1,554 more words

Testimony

Poetry Saturday—Pressed

Pressed beyond measure ; yes, pressed to great length.

Pressed so intensely, beyond my own strength;

Pressed in the body and pressed in the soul, 68 more words

You Never Run Alone

Working on a masters dissertation without supervisors’ support, to me, is almost like living a life without any biblical reference; you have no idea where you’re heading. 661 more words

Devotion Time