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For Easter, I feel like the focus is joyousness–both spiritually and in the natural world around us there seems to be more joy, strength and life. More sunlight raises the level of general happiness in most people so there’s even … Continue reading
Forget about discussing Politics and Religion, if you really want to heat things up start a discussion about Science and Religion. For many people the two are mutually exclusive, like Dry Water, but in reality each one attempts to understand … Continue reading
Words are powerful elements, they can lift a person up or destroy them. Jesus understood this when He said it is not what a person eats that makes them unclean but what comes out of them. Our tongues can lie, … Continue reading
CWG member Michael Seagriff recently published his second book, Fleeting Glimpses of the Silly, Sentimental and Sublime. He writes: This collection of twenty original stories and reflections are intended by the author to bring its readers laughter at a … Continue reading
When I first saw this series being featured on CatholicMom.com, I just knew I wanted to participate! I’m nothing if not a witness for the Faith, so naturally I inquired about how to sign up. You see, my time serving … Continue reading
Ever look at your peers’ work and think, “Mine’s doo-doo?” I have. I too often look at others’ writing and praise its merits at the expense of denigrating my own work. What is it that makes me see every good … Continue reading
This past Good Shepherd Sunday, I realized that, although I am called to be a shepherd of souls, in the Person of Christ, the Ultimate Good Shepherd, I am also a sheep of His flock. And the one thing about … Continue reading
Lights at the tomb of Jesus, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem. Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.
It is finished.