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A Journey of Faith

 The following is the 7th in a series of talks by one of our employees relating the amazing healing power and love of God in her life. Dear Readers, Over the years, I have accumulated quite a collection of rosaries…some very old and well prayed, some very pretty, some having sentimental value. Some have hung on the walls in my …

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Can You Trust Alexa Rankings?

Alexa is an Amazon-owned company that ranks websites based on traffic and page views. The quality of these rankings has been greatly debated and the best that can be said about them is that the closer the ranking is to the top, the more accurate it is. (Yahoo, MSN and Google are the top three). For the past couple of …

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An Advent Thought for Holy Week

It is Advent. All our answers remain fragmentary. The first thing we have to accept is, ever and again, this reality of an enduring Advent. If we do that, we shall begin to realize that the borderline between “before Christ” and “after Christ” does not run through historical time, in an outward sense, and cannot be drawn on any map; …

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Easter, the Great Feast is April 8th

Easter, the Great Feast, is Sunday, April 8 “In the acute pain of the Suffering Servant we already hear the triumphant cry of the Risen Lord. Christ on the cross is King of the new people ransomed from the burden of sin and death. However twisted and confused the course of history may appear, we know that, by walking in …

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Why We Don't Carry Certain Books

Why we don’t (and won’t) carry certain authors: Its all about orthodoxy and being faithful to the teachings of the Church. Here’s a great website to get more information about authors whose works we simply won’t carry: www.ourladyswarriors.org/dissent/disspeop.htm

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A Journey of Faith

 This is the 6th in series of talks by one of our employees relating the amazing healing power and love of God in her life. Dear Readers, At home, I have a t-shirt that reads: Have you talked to your Mother lately? On the back, it reads: Hail Mary, full of grace the Lord is with thee Blessed art thou …

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The Easter Season Is Near

  The Easter Season is near … “The Paschal Mystery has two aspects: by his death, Christ liberates us from sin; by his Resurrection, He opens for us the way to a new life. This new life is above all justification that reinstates us in God’s grace, ‘so that as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of …

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New Document on the Eucharist, Sacramentum Caritatis, Has Been Released

I have posted the entire text at The Catholic Liturgical Library. You can also read it at the Vatican website. A couple of thoughts which I hope to follow up with some more analysis later. If you were hoping for a document that was going to be as strong and encouraging as the list of propositions presented to the Pope …

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A Journey of Faith 5

Dear Readers,   This week, the Lord is remaining quiet with me, but I wish to share with you a beautiful reading on the back of a holy card. It speaks to me so deeply of how we can imitate Christ in our daily lives, thus glorifying Him during our brief stay here on earth. I hope it will touch …

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