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It’s always awesome to share in the joys of God’s gifts. The news of a baby is one of the greats! My favorite one is of the husband who’s washing the dishes. Most excellent! Yoforeal, who made the video is … Continue reading
Last week at our First Communion classes, our students had a tour of the parish. It is one of my favorite sessions, both because I get to lead the tour and the children are extraordinarily curious about it. We are … Continue reading
A myriad of issues still coming from this Sunday’s homily, the discussion of voting for pro-abortion/pro-euthanasia candidates, and the possibility of ‘proportionate reasons’ for that voting for pro-abortion/pro-euthanasia candidates. A brother priest e-mailed the following question, which he has kindly … Continue reading
UPDATE #3 [Wednesday, November 14th, 2012]: A follow-up on if it is right to stop calling someone Catholic Fruitful conversation continues as we reflect on the results of the election and the scandal of so many Catholics voting for intrinsic … Continue reading