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The commercial hackers get up like proverbial early birds to get their worms...I mean, shoppers each year. It seems we're blasted by ear... [...]

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From the Denver Catholic Register, Archbishop Chaput writes: "When the first Harry Potter movie arrived in theaters several years ago, ... [...]

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Advent alerts us to possibilities beyond the every day. Usually, we're too lulled by the steady sussurations of quiet breathing, the con... [...]

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I’m sure God meant for us to eat most of that deep fried bird, and apparently my daughter (who just turned 3) agrees. Over dinner, she came ... [...]

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One day, when the sexual revolution reaches back to kick itself in the butt, our true liberation will finally begin. We'll realize that ... [...]

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He started out as a small fry in a small town. Later he'd become a high school football star, a Green Baret, then, a millionaire mogul i... [...]

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Here is a list of things I hope to accomplish soon: 1. Find a car that can take me from A to B (even better if it will take me all the way ... [...]

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Nov. 1 and Nov 2 mark the feasts of what I call the forgotten ones. Kids are too hungover from red # 7, whey and milk chocolate. Adults just... [...]

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I once came across a woman who was disappointed that her son became a pharmacist and not a doctor. True story. She felt let down because he... [...]

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Some people say “I love it” when they mean “I really like it.” It’s really fascinating to me how things like this come about in the English ... [...]

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Last post, I mentioned the "Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence," an ersatz group of "sisters" (actually Catholic bashing ga... [...]

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Miller Brewing Company recently received a buffeting in the form of a national boycott. The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, ... [...]

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“I urge you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God, your spiritual... [...]

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In the wake of "revelations" concerning Mother Teresa, Dinesh D'Souza writes: "She was a 'true believer' of the f... [...]

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During a homily at Thomas Aquinas College, Fr. George Rutler addressed "The Price of Mediocrity." He argued that mediocrity someti... [...]

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What has Catholic education offered YOU? For me, the answer is "not much." As part of the entire generation or three deprived of t... [...]

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Hollywood and the hooligans of our day have taught me many lessons on the meaning of the word "entitlement." The former just expec... [...]

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New Movie: " The Golden Compass" is pointing towards anti-Catholicism [...]

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If you’ve walked into a large book store and looked eye level plus or minus 10 inches, you’ve noticed an atheist’s armament ranging from Daw... [...]

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A powerful look at what the real presence means...for more, see: http://www.catholic.com/library/Real_Presence.asp [...]

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The media field day on "bad priests" continues unabated. In the process the good gets lumped with the bad. The problem is not the ... [...]

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Marriage lives, but barely. In some places, it continues only as the fossils of a past era in which people wrote love letters with a pen and... [...]

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Father Raniero Cantalamessa, Preacher of the Pontifical Household, says the following about realizing intentions for good: “Once he discover... [...]

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I've often heard the phrase, "I'm spiritual but I'm not religious." After much thought, I've come to the conclusi... [...]

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Here are some interesting thoughts I've come across in the past few weeks: From a homily on "doing it yourself": Don't yo... [...]

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Today marks my official return from an unofficial hiatus. Without much ado, I want to get straight to a matter that’s been on my mind—it’s b... [...]

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You might have come to the conclusion that I've been swallowed by the inexorable gravity of very large, very black hole. Actually, the ... [...]

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MSNBC reports that spider venom can make you more of a man. Entitled, “Deadly spider’s venom may yield super virility,” the online article ... [...]

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A poemI wrote in high school...can't believe it's been 12 years. He was as old as the bones of the weary universe and he came to bre... [...]

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"That supernatural mode of conduct is a truly military tactic. You carry on the war — the daily struggles of your interior — far from t... [...]

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Two roads lead to eternity: the narrow and the wide, the one that leads to heaven and the one that leads to a very hot place. Most people kn... [...]

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This Saturday, my wife’s students will receive Holy Communion for the first time. Most of them are only seven or eight, some still have trou... [...]

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It occurs to me that Clare, my 2 year old, often out wits me and there’s nothing I can do about it. Usually it happens in the car, when she... [...]

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St. Thomas Aquinas wrote: “It is clear that he does not pray, who, far from uplifting himself to God, requires that God shall lower Himself ... [...]

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Toward the end of the first book in C.S. Lewis’ Narnian chronicles, Polly questions Aslan about the future—will it hold a reality like that ... [...]

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God is love. Seems I started this whole blog with something to that effect. If you’ve been going straight to the meat of things, so to speak... [...]

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The following appeared on the Catholic League Website: “When "The Lost Tomb of Jesus" aired on the Discovery Channel on March 4, i... [...]

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A few posts ago I wrote about the symbolism and significance of “Ash Wednesday.” Today, I came across this news story (Bigoted Teacher)… suf... [...]

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Alleluia! Today is a happy day, the happiest in history, and it doesn't revolve around the minions of the Cadbury bunny, nor any other s... [...]

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It's probably easy in blog-land to focus on the new posts but miss the sidebars, links, archives etc. I usually like to explore what a b... [...]

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It's time I refer to my wife's two blogs. Both are excellent in their simplicity, spirituality and depth. So check out Words for Lif... [...]

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My meditations on the Rosary continue with the five sorrowful mysteries: 1. Agony in the garden- At Gethsemane, Jesus offers himself body an... [...]

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I was a little bored and thought I'd tackle a serious subject by prodding it with a stick and seeing what would happen. How to Spot Mr.... [...]

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As I heard the readings today, I thought about God's eternal attributes... not a “more” “less” “beginning” or “end.” He simply IS… a mag... [...]

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What happens when man becomes the measure of all things? As a college freshman I tried to answer this question in the following poem. If, in... [...]

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Some Eucharistic meditations on the Joyful Mysteries of the Rosary... 1. Annunciation - tabernacle of Mary’s womb prepared, vouched for an... [...]

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Consider the following lines from My Papa’s Waltz by Theodore Roethke The whiskey on your breath Could make a small boy dizzy; But I hung o... [...]

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Why do Catholics walk around with smudges on their foreheads once a year? Is it a case of misapplied eye-shadow? Is it National Pelt a Catho... [...]

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Sometimes it’s hard to see through the short distance between the body and the soul. We populate our visions of heaven with narrow notions o... [...]

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I came across this crazy illustration of the seven deadly sins. It's great and self-explanatory. Just look at the line segments and refe... [...]

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It's possible your head's been buried under a rock, you live in a cave, and you still get mail on stone tablets delivered by the Pon... [...]

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I’m currently on an internship (code-speak for slavery) at a Catholic hospital. Most days I get an hour lunch break at 1PM—which if you ask ... [...]

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In the last post I left with a picture of JP’s lighter side. This time I’m following up with an excerpt from a secret memoir that his secret... [...]

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Theologian, philosopher, professor, priest--the images of the late and great JPII don't usually include a silly-faced Pole at play befor... [...]

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