This past weekend, the Catholic Church enjoyed a rare celebration of the canonization of two of it's former leaders, John XXIII (left) and John Paul II (right). In the ceremony, both men were recognized and publicly proclaimed as saints. We understand that sainthood for an individual bestows upon them some special designation and title, but … Continue reading What is a Saint, and Who Goes to Heaven?
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We're all human. We're all weak. We all yield to sins of the flesh at one time or another in our lives. We all misplace our priorities from time to time.Some of us live in a perpetual state of yielding to temptation. There are many among us who willingly commit sins, often the same ones … Continue reading At what price your soul?
Here on earth, it's the "Fall" season, and last night we were reminded of that fact with the now-annual modern rite of the "Fall Back" act of turning clocks back one hour in a return to standard time from daylight savings time.But those are not what we're going to talk about here in reference to … Continue reading The Fall
There are two things that we can absolutely say with certainty about bad things: they will happen to good people, and good people will do them.The questions that all who want to believe in a loving, benevolent, saving God ask at some point in their lives often revolve around these two ideas. Those questions, of … Continue reading Sunday Sermon: Two things about bad things