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By Norm LeDonne

In the Lenten season, we are called to reflect on our sins, and on the sacrifice of Jesus Christ for the redemption of those sins. The song Lamb of ...

Who am I

Who am I

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By Kathy Farrell

So, who am I? I am a Catholic, a Special Education Teacher, and a Boomer, although some rough edges of these features have been smoothed.

Be Forgiven

Be Forgiven Watch

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By Norm LeDonne

As Christians, we all know that we are sinners. And, as sinners, we all would like to be forgiven of our sins. Some of us (most of us?) have at one ...

Pray for Whatever You Need

Pray for Whatever You Need

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By Chaplain Adele M. Gill, RN, BSN

Imagine having someone standing in wait for you to hand over to them all your fears, pain and anxieties. Someone who can and will pave the way for ...

I Wish

I Wish

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By Michael Seagriff

The answers to the problems facing our nation and world will not be solved by any of our political parties or politicians. These issues are ...

Series: Growing Up Catholic

Series: Growing Up Catholic

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By Adele M. Gill, RN, BSN, CPC

Today I have a personal story to share about growing up Catholic. I have many memories of Sundays spent as a young girl going to church and trying ...

The Law of the Jungle

The Law of the Jungle

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By Cheryl Jones

In this next election cycle one thing is clear.  This nation must return to law and order. Law and order are the only safeguards against the law ...

 Paving the Way to Vote Your Conscience

Paving the Way to Vote Your Conscience

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By Chaplain Adele M. Gill, RN, BSN, CPC

This week, Hillary Clinton picked her VP running mate, Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, a Jesuit-taught Catholic. Media pundits are touting his strong ...

Laying Aside a Root of Bitterness

Laying Aside a Root of Bitterness

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By Cheryl Jones

In spite of the desperate times in which we live, there has been a certain indulgence in bitterness among conservatives.

Ask for the Old Paths

Ask for the Old Paths

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By Cheryl Jones

There is a thought in modern day society that "newer is better".  To some extent, that is true.

Monday Musings - It's Not About Putting The Genie Back In The Bottle

Monday Musings - It's Not About Putting The Genie Back In The Bottle

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By Michael Seagriff

There was a time when nearly everyone entering a Catholic Church knew enough to genuflect, to remain silent and to spend time in intimate interior ...

The Cat's Out of the Bag

The Cat's Out of the Bag

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By Cheryl Jones

Before Governor Mike Pence's acceptance speech, Donald J.Trump gave a substantial speech and referenced something that should be of interest to ...

Get So Lost That You Are Found

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By Jackie Stammen

Recently I started reading a book called "Rediscover Jesus" because... well, because I've really been feeling my need to literally rediscover Him. ...

How to Become a Pro-Life Advocate

How to Become a Pro-Life Advocate

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By Chaplain Adele M. Gill, RN, BSN, CPC

Recently, I had the privilege to interview Pro-Life advocate Catherine Contreras, founder and President of Vox Vitae, a new Pro-Life organization ...

Then she broke down in my arms

Then she broke down in my arms

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By Michaela Daphne

I got to witness someone experiencing the loving power of Jesus for the first time in the middle of a Nandos Restaurant.

Monday Musings - O, Lord Not Here!

Monday Musings - O, Lord Not Here!

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By Michael Seagriff

I am humbled every time I am privileged to serve as a Lector and altar server. I usually exercise this great gift on Tuesdays in my parish.

Jesus' Church has been Hijacked

Jesus' Church has been Hijacked

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By Michael Seagriff

Let someone dare suggest that this nation has the absolute moral right and legal obligation toregulate the manner and numbers of individuals who seek ...

Truth Famine in the Age of New Media

Truth Famine in the Age of New Media

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By Chaplain Adele M. Gill, RN, BSN, CPC

Like many people, some days I get my news on the run, other days I track down specific stories in my quest for corroborative 'truth', and the gravity ...

Are You The Anchor?

Are You The Anchor?

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By Jackie Stammen

Hi there! Remember me? I'm sorry I've been neglecting this little blog space where I get to intersect with your life even if just for a little while ...

Orlando: Finding Peace in Tragedy

Orlando: Finding Peace in Tragedy Watch

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By Chaplain Adele M. Gill

It is hard to be at peace watching the news these days, especially after seeing the coverage of the Orlando Shooting that just killed 50 innocent ...

Abort! Abort!

Abort! Abort! Watch

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By Michaela Daphne

I was saying goodbye to a friend the other day - a friend who isn't from my Christian circles - and two little words tumbled out of my mouth before I ...

Citizenship Begins at Conception

Citizenship Begins at Conception Watch

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By Chaplain Adele M. Gill, RN, BSN, CPC

Today, Hillary Clinton won the Democratic votes necessary to be the nominee for her party. A legendary and outspoken supporter of abortion, I am ...

Thank You for Giving Me Something to Work With

Thank You for Giving Me Something to Work With

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By Cheryl Jones

I feel led to give a simple testimony that may help others who pray. There are certain prayers I do on a regular basis. Today I expanded the scope of ...

The idea of female ordination offends me

The idea of female ordination offends me Watch

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By Michaela Daphne

My Uncle said that one day I'll be Pope. I'd like to point out at this point that I am female. He was joking of course, but unfortunately there are ...

A Corpus Christi Lament

A Corpus Christi Lament

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By Michael Seagriff

When we entered Church yesterday on the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ,was it any different than walking into a movie theater, a school ...

When Bad Things Happen

When Bad Things Happen Watch

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By Cheryl Jones

The question, "Why do bad things happen to good people?" has been asked more than once.  Job, in the midst of his trials gave a clue where to ...

The Political Rise and Fall of Dr. Ben Carson (Part Two)

The Political Rise and Fall of Dr. Ben Carson (Part Two)

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By Justin Soutar

Within two and a half years' time, Dr. Ben Carson's political star had climbed with extraordinary steadiness from the horizon to the zenith, where it ...

'Tolerate as I have tolerated you'

'Tolerate as I have tolerated you' Watch

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By Michaela Daphne

Jesus is not nice."Do not think that I have come to bring peace upon the earth. I have come to bring not peace but the sword." (Matt 10:34)