Tag: religious

We are all one body…

One of the most enjoyable activities for me is to simply sit an airport. The cross section of society is laid in front of you to sample and review. After a few minutes of sampling the room, I find myself asking “Do I do that?” God truly implants into our hearts the ability to see

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Voting Catholic

My family and I had a discussion last night that really sparked my synaptic in the old head. The current ream of candidates just doesn’t allow for a Catholic to vote in accordance with our values. One one side of the aisle you have a pro-abortion, anti-marriage, pro-euthanasia group that values welfare. Hop and skip

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The Three Non-Negotiables

As a Catholic Man I am called to vote based on the faith and not of the world. The Pope while addressing the European People’s Party laid out 3 points. What I love abut the Church is that at no point does the Church endorse a candidate for any election. Sometimes a Parish Priest will

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Lest we forget…

Sometimes I think we loose sight of what God made all this for. I find it funny when people envision God sitting on high making things for himself to look at. We aren’t his lego set positioned nicely in the living room Cairo cabinet. With that in mind, today’s Gospel really firms that up. Jesus reminds everyone

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Water

I ran my hand through the water on the banks of the pond that day. As I sat under the golden crisp light beaming down on me, I knew the time was not for decision making but rather reaction. Just as my hand ran through the water and out my fingers as it pulled from

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