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True Devotion to Our Lady

True Devotion to Our Lady Part I St. Louis Marie Grignion de Monfort He was born January 31, 1673 at Montfort, France Ordained priest in 1700 and joined the Dominican Third Order Preached and organized

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Glamour versus Grace

One of the most moving things I have ever read came from an unexpected place: the forward to a biography of a saint. I hadn’t even made it into the book itself, properly speaking. It

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Protecting the Heart Amidst a World of Concerns

Life today is one worry after another, isn’t it? Just because you have faith, and are not wrapped up in concerns like global warming, pandemics and population growth, doesn’t mean you are free from worry

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How to Treat Girls

I had a really interesting conversation with a friend the other day. As we were developing our thoughts, I tried to think of the right analogy to explain the fact that sexuality is not something

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God’s Will and my Will

There are two types of errors about the relationship between my will and God’s will: they never agree, they always agree. I am sure that if you thought enough about it, you could think of

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Vocation is Heroic

The renewal of baptismal promises strikes me as something as dramatic as anything you’d encounter in the most heroic parts of movies and novels. Picture the key scenes in Star Wars or Lord of the

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Courtesy

Courtesy is a civic virtue. It is anticipating how others will be effected by our actions and then doing something about it in a positive way. I would say our culture has lost this virtue,

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The Heart of the Matter: Healthy Equals Holy

They call kale a ‘super food.’ Did you know that Catholicism is a super religion? Kale very high in beta carotene, vitamin K, vitamin C, and calcium, it has anti-cancer properties, helps boosts DNA repair

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The Problem Called Integrity

In this day and age everything is decided by perception and by manipulating the crowd, not by an objective standard of right and wrong, nor by tradition. This is a sombre, melancholic thing to realize,

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Mottos, Then and Now

The Kerrs are Scotch-Irish, I am told by my genealogist-friend; that is to say, Scots who settled in Ireland in the 17th Century by the Crown to increase the Protestant population in predominantly Catholic Ireland.

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With All Your Mind

Having an opinion is good. Nearly everyone does. Religion is a funny matter in that, yes, there is truth and error in it, but in some of its aspects, the truth of religion can only

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Judge Not?

Long before the media got a-hold of and twisted Pope Francis’ “Who am I to judge?” statement people have been criticizing Christians for failing to follow Jesus’ words, “Judge not.” They judge us to be

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Auto-Claustration

The great man of God, Pope Emeritus Benedict, has put himself in a sort of self-imposed isolation, for sake of prayer, to prepare himself for meeting God. This is what all Christians should be doing,

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Conversion

It’s a notion we take for granted. We all know what it means – but does our definition stand scrutiny; do we really know what we are talking about? When I think of conversion, two

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Being A Man

Fashions change. When we were kids we used to laugh at the very idea of bell-bottoms and side-burns. What is old becomes new again, of course. I don’t imagine that any adult today would like

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Raising God’s Kids

Lots of people worry about lots of things. Their worries aren’t necessarily mine, and vice versa. The thing I worry about most is probably not money, although that is a big one. It is my

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The Complicated World of Forgiveness

Jesus preached a great deal about forgiveness. It must have been a central part of His message. Firstly, He taught about gaining God’s forgiveness, but He also spoke about our duty to forgive others. Both

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Business versus Churchness

Chesterton’s famous phrase, ‘Christianity has not been tried and found wanting; it has been found difficult and not tried,’ resonates with people inside the Church. A fair number of people outside of the Church would

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The Happiness Measure

There is more to life than happiness. Actually, that depends on how you define happiness. A hedonist is someone who identifies pleasure and purpose. There are a lot of versions of hedonism – as many

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A Case For The Foot

“Feet!” someone said when I asked for a good blog topic. They meant it sarcastically. But I thought about their choice. It was a good one. Feet, suggests Paul, are not a very glamorous part

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Fluidity of Existence

The great thing about the H. G. Wells book, Time Machine, is how effectively it demonstrates the fact that life never stands still, that it cannot be controlled, that it is always changing. How is

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The Importance of Failure

Failure is a relative thing. The only definition of it that really matters is God’s. God loves good and hates evil. Thus, the only failure that matters lies in relation to them. Many people do

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Sacred Space

1. EUCHARISTI  |  After-Mass chatter, although it may revolve around holy and good things, can stand as a sound-wall between people (especially children) who are still in communion, or eucharisti, a sacred exchange with the

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Duty to Caesar

It was once unimaginable that loyalty to our Western Christian Democracies could conflict with our loyalty to God. These countries—I am mean Canada and the United States—were created under the assumption that their citizens would

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The Presence of God

I was reading the great Christian writer, C. S. Lewis, whom I enjoy thoroughly, but was struck, paradoxically, by a thought: is it possible to pretend that God doesn’t exist? I mean this in the

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