Category Archives: Catholic Church

The return of the sanctity of marriage. ..

Thank you, thank you, thank you…to all those struggling to acquire the right to be married for teaching me how important marriage is. I had lost hope in (and for) the institution of marriage until I witnessed and began to … Continue reading

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All You Need (To Be) is Love

It’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything, so I feel a bit bad about the brevity here, but this seems so simple: If you believe that God is love… …and we are made in His image… There is nothing more … Continue reading

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If you are hurting someone, you’re doing it wrong…

“Primum non nocere” (first, do no harm) should apply more to Christians in general than to medical professionals. I believe “be fruitful and multiply” would be better interpreted as, “be fruitful and multiply love.” We aren’t all meant to bear … Continue reading

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How to be a Christian without being a jerk about it

How to be a Christian without being a jerk about it.

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There’s no such thing as a dragon, Billy.

Is it weird that when I am in a discussion about our current Civil Rights debate, I almost always think about the children’s book, “There’s No Such Thing as a Dragon?” I imagine Ms. Bixbee saying: Billy, being a “dragon” … Continue reading

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