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Category Archives: Thoughts
I read many Catholic and non-Catholic blogs that make me think or ponder, sometimes on a daily basis. One of these blogs belongs to the venerable Father John Zuhlsdorf (What Does The Prayer Really Say?). He recently re-posted an article … Continue reading
A great video by Father Robert Barron (from Word on Fire). Great quote here: “If you say ‘well, my life is all about love’. Well, la-de-dah. Show me what that looks like.” Peace, Deacon Jacob Maurer
God bless you on this Solemnity of Mary, the Mother of God! And welcome to 2009! Fr. Zulhsdorf has a great article on today’s solemnity and the liturgical texts (he’s a daily post-er, so check in early & often). You … Continue reading
In the off chance that anyone reads still reads this, I thought I’d put in a quick update. You have my word that a more significant update will follow. I also hope to put up more regular updates again, but … Continue reading