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Fools for Christ

 Os Guinness, in “Fools Talk” reminds us that “the world is full of themselves.  In such an age, “I post,…

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The Bible Alone Won’t Save Society

As the guardian of souls, the Catholic church compiled a list of forbidden books for its faithful NOT to read. …

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The Cow Jumped Over the Moon

Psalm 104 asks the reader to use his imagination: You strétch out the héavens like a tént.    Above the…

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Keep It Simple Stupid

For the last 60 years, the U.S. NAVY has abided by the famous acronym, KISS.    The best ideas, even…

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When Your Life Reminds You of Job’s

  Proba asks Augustine, “If the Lord’s Prayer contains everything we need to know about prayer, why did Paul struggle…

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St Augustine Explains the Lord’s Prayer in Seven Points.

Augustine offers this general principal concerning prayer:  “We need to use words so that we may remind ourselves to consider…

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God Grant Me a Chapter 12

King Solomon was granted years of excess.   Ecclesiastes recounts his stupidity of thinking only for himself.   In God’s providential mercy, …

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Eight Things I Learned from Today’s Morning Prayer

  What is the purpose of our heart?  “Most blessèd Trinity of love,  For whom the heart of man was…