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The Pursuit of Truth

My parents have always told me, “To assume makes an ‘ass’ out of ‘u’ and ‘me’.” While neither of my parents were Christians, they did have a valid point. We know due to our conscience, and natural social consequences, that to make assumptions about another person is a lack of charity on our part. What […]

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Light In, Shine Out

The other day, I was following a friend in my car to their house. As everyone (should) know, when you are driving and someone is following you, you shouldn’t run a yellow light, since the person behind you probably won’t make it. Well, that’s exactly what happened. She ran a yellow and I ran a red […]

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It is more important to BE LOVED, than to GIVE LOVE

Shocking isn’t it? But it’s true. Upon listening to Catholic radio on my drive in to work in the morning (which I suggest everyone do, whether through a local station or streaming on an app, as it is so much better than local news and radio), I heard a conversation that focused on addiction. A […]

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Let Us Enter Into These Most Sacred Mysteries!

I have been reading a beautiful book on the Liturgy recently: For the Life of the World, by Alexander Schmemann.  This Eastern Orthodox priest and theologian cuts to the heart of the sacred drama unfolding in each liturgy. In the sacred liturgy we become participants in the Heavenly Kingdom; Sons in the Son; Partakers in […]

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Can what I buy hurt me spiritually?

When thinking about how we spend our money, most decisions are easy. We all have bills to pay and simple needed things. We buy food, gas for our cars, clothes and other essentials. But when we find ourselves in an area of comfort and have extra, what do we spend our money on? Or when […]

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