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Monthly Archives: September 2015
Strive After Sanctity
“Deign, O Immaculate Virgin, Mother Read the rest…
St. Junipero Serra Mission Vandalized
Just days after being elevated to sainthood by Pope Francis, vandals defaced a statue of St. Junipero Serra at the Carmel Mission in California where the missionary’s remains are buried.
What Did Francis Think of America?
Pope Francis offered candid reflections about his five-day visit to the United States, saying that he was impressed by the warmth of the American people, and was especially touched by their piety.
Purity In All Things
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Dorothy Day – An Idealist in a Non-Ideal World
During his recent speech to Congress, Pope Francis highlighted Dorothy Day, saying, “In these times when social concerns are so important, I cannot fail to mention the Servant of God Dorothy Day, who founded the Catholic Worker Movement,” He continued, “Her social activism, her passion for justice and for the cause of the oppressed, were inspired by the Gospel, her faith, and the example of the saints.” Read the rest…
Can the Shemittah Predict the Future?
We recently had a question about the Shemittah, the Jewish sabbatical year that occurs every seven years, and whether or not it is based in numerology or divination.
New Eating Disorder: Obsession With “Health” Food
A movement is underway to have a new eating disorder that involves an obsessive desire to eat only organic, raw, or natural foods, known as orthorexia, added to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.
“Where Christ is, there modesty is found.”
~St. Gregory of Nazianzen
Where is Christ in me? How do I see modesty in those areas? Where is Christ not in me? Where do I see immodesty?
Called to Knighthood :The Sacrament of Confirmation in the Kingdom Family of God by Thomas K Sullivan Pb 70 pgs
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PART I INTRODUCTION
But the primary aspect from which all the others originate is the fact that Confirmation makes us “Soldiers of Christ” and “strictly obligates us to spread and defend the faith by both word and deed.” (See Biblical Origins and Implicit References at the end of Part One for support of this statement.)
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