Mary Queen of Peace Parish in Mandeville, Louisiana graduated 12 participants from their first Women of Grace® Foundational Study program. Read the rest…
Recently I welcomed guest Sue Ellen Browder, author of the book “Subverted: How I Helped the Sexual Revolution Hijack the Women’s Movement” to talk about the hijacking and manipulation of woman in modern-day society. Read the rest…
The Boy Scouts of America announced yesterday that they will accept transgender youth into their club and will now recognize the gender listed on an application rather than on the child’s biological gender.
TP writes: “I have been wanting to learn more about the gemstones in the Bible. But I’m questioning when I start to search online there’s a lot of new age things. Is it wrong as a Christian to want to study gemstones and if they have any healing properties for us?”
Feast of St. John Bosco, Priest (1815 – 1888)
“There must be no hostility in our minds, no contempt in our eyes, no insult on our lips. We must use mercy for the present and have hope fo rthe future, as is fitting for true fathers who are eager for real correction and improvement.”
–St. John Bosco Read the rest…
With the exception of their comparable crowd sizes, there was a world of difference between the ideology and rhetoric of the Women’s March and the March for Life, differences which become glaringly obvious in videos captured during the events.
“Finally, brethren, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is gracious, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things. What you have learned and received and heard and seen in me, do; and the God of peace will be with you.”
~Philippians 4:8-9 Read the rest…
“The way to destroy bad habits is by watchfulness and by doing often those things that are opposites to one’s besetting sins.”
~St. John Vianney
What one bad habit is the Holy Spirit giving me the grace to overcome (Hint: Which sin do I/should I confess most often?)? What virtue is the opposite of it? In what three ways can I begin to exercise that virtue to help eradicate this “besetting sin?”
(Quote from Graceful Living)