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Our Ignorance Convicts Us

So many stories have circled around the web this week,  It’s impossible to talk about them all, but these stories truly should get our attention.  One question that I kept asking was can we justify these actions by staying ignorant.  How much rope...

Focusing on The 7 Spiritual Works of Mercy

These days, we are very concerned about the homeless, the poor, and the hungry and thirsty–as we should be. We are so caught up in the Corporal Works of Mercy—mercy for the body, but how often do we remember that the soul needs healing and mercy too? What are...

Comfort In God’s Presence

My husband told me, as we are waiting on news for our family: “Things will get harder before they will get easier.” Of course when he mentioned this, I said, how much harder can they be?  It is already hard enough already.  We are already in the...

Repenting Like Pharaoh?

I’ve been on an Exodus kick these past few days at home. I think there is so much to learn from all the Books of the Bible, but I must admit that Exodus has to be my favorite book.    There are several passages that catches my eyes, but now this one...

Testing the limits of Patience

  A few weeks ago, a priest whom I usually go to confession with told me the story about  being sent into the world after being ordained. You see, he is from India and the last thing that he wanted to do was go to America. It seems like our reputation...

Over A Cliff

Scandal fans know that Olivia Pope’s team will follow her in any direction that she would lead.  If they object to it, they raise their concerns, but like good friends, they fall in line because they believe in her vision.  In light of Christianity,...

Remembering Those Before Us

I have so many favorite prayers that I like to pray, or thanks to iTunes, sing to.  One of my favorite ones is the Litany of Saints?  What is so great about the Litany of Saints.  Well, it’s calling on all the Saints to pray for us. Have you met...
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