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Time to be a Man and not a Sissy

March 9, 2013
SATURDAY OF THE THIRD WEEK OF LENT +Feast of St. Francis of Rome (1440), Religious, Patron of Motorist, Widows+Feast of St. Dominic Savio (1857), Patron of Choirboys & the Falsely Accused My Beloved: A relative of mine, Father John Colet, spoke out against the corruption of the clergy of his day in the early 16th […]

Blessed are…

June 24, 2012
SUNDAY OF THE TWELFTH WEEK OF ORDINARY TIME +Feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist My Beloved: I was reading the Beatitudes in Matthew 5:3-10 this morning. There are eight: Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted. Blessed are […]

The Secrets of Jonathan Sperry

February 5, 2012
SUNDAY OF THE FIFTH WEEK OF ORDINARY TIME +Feast of St. Agatha (251), Virgin. Martyr, Patroness of Nurses A few weeks ago I posted a message in our Chew the Rag Café about how we are all connected, the whole planet, in only six degrees of separation. In that post I also talked about how […]

Happy New Year 2012

December 31, 2011

The Spirit of Christ(mas): Pass it Forward

December 22, 2011

The Burden of Family

November 19, 2011

Cussing and Profanity

August 30, 2011

The Fallacy of Protecting Others

October 6, 2010

Hell House

June 7, 2010
MONDAY OF THE TENTH WEEK OF ORDINARY TIME +Feast of St. Robert of Newminster (1159), Abbot My Beloved: The devil is real. I have seen him, I have been physically and sexually attacked by him, I have been harassed and even possessed by him. He has lead me into evil, he has raped my mind, […]

The Soldier of God

September 8, 2009
WEDNESDAY OF THE TWENTY-THIRD WEEK OF ORDINARY TIMEFeast of St. Peter Claver (1654), Priest, Patron of the Negro Missions My Beloved: A World War I poet, Rupert Brooke, wrote a poem that became famous among the English soldiers during the war. It is called, The Soldier. Brooke wrote the poem about the English soldier. I […]

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If one wishes to win the world for Christ, he must have the courage to come into conflict with it. —Blessed Titus BrandsmaI would not believe the Gospel itself, if the authority of the Catholic Church did not move me to do so. —St. Augustine of HippoThe more we see failure in obedience, the stronger should be our suspicion of temptation. —St. Teresa of AvilaLord, those are your best servants who wish to shape their life on Your answers rather than to shape your answers on their wishes. —St. Augustine

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