This is the meaning of the Father's Eternal Word who is Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, today and forever.
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“The table is for food not for feet” These were the wise words my wife just gave our daughter Clare. The curious little creature seems to h... [...]

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This night finally arrived and the reality exceeded the expectation. On the two masses for Sunday, I kept feeling the tug of anticipation an... [...]

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Every year, at this time, I slow down long enough to see the roses. Sometimes I even get a chance to smell them. Of course there’s always th... [...]

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What does Christmas really mean, aside from cut-throat parking adventures at the mall, and people shooting each other for a video game conso... [...]

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Even with all it’s forces aligned and poised to destroy the meaning of Christmas, secular America still can’t do it right. Opting for "... [...]

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If the world were full of haters, would it have enough evidence to convict you of love? If not, you still have time to commit the crime of ... [...]

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Some people don’t think that their lives matter, that they originate in the stars but are destined to be nothing but dust. Before the final... [...]

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This powerful excerpt comes from St. Faustina Kowalska's diary, "Divine Mercy in My Soul" p.523. Conversation of the Merciful... [...]

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"It seems as if the roots of evil lie deeper, as if evil contains a sort of mystery greater than man, one that transcends his history a... [...]

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It’s not until we close our eyes that we begin to see. St John of the Cross writes: “Faith is a dark night for man, but in this very way it... [...]

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“For this reason a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh….Therefore what God h... [...]

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At mass today I couldn't help but see some ready connections between the scriptures and the Islam/Benedict XVI issue. Although I'm s... [...]

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An older poem I wrote. The title is from an Edith Stein work of the same name in which she compares entering St. John of the Cross... [...]

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Mother Teresa saw herself as “a pencil in the hand of God.” To the individualists among us this statement falls somewhere between suicide an... [...]

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Given the priest sex abuse scandal and the "Catholic hypocrite (so and so) that I saw doing (such and such)" it seems natural to w... [...]

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Here is my thought for today: Life is the root from which everything else grows. When we neglect, abandon, cut or kill the root then everyth... [...]

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What do we do about class conflict? The more we paint it over, sweep it under, or buy it out, the more we seem to deepen the ditch that divi... [...]

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“It is inevitable that you should feel the rub of other people's characters against your own. After all, you are not a gold coin that e... [...]

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I wrote this poem in my junior year of high school. Now that I've looked at it again, I recognize it as my commentary on Matthe... [...]

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Today I’m paying tribute to my wife in honor of her birthday. It’s actually tomorrow but inspiration doesn’t like to wait, the baby’s sleepi... [...]

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An essay I wrote. It was supposed to be based on any book that had to do with an individual's struggle with a disability. I chose George... [...]

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"Religion is all about rules." If I did a charitable act every time I heard this complaint I'd be in heaven rubbing elbows wit... [...]

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What is the Holy Eucharist? Do we understand its power and purpose? These questions lie at the heart of today's crises of faith since m... [...]

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I wrote the following over a year ago. It started with my impressions of the first couple of lines from John chapter 1. The rest grew from... [...]

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When "God's Rottweiler," Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, assumed the Chair of St. Peter, many thought that he would continue his s... [...]

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