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Author Archives: KathrynCunningham
If any part of your life has been devoted to working on growing your spiritual walk, you should have some familiarity with the bible and its living wisdom. For Christians in general and Catholics in particular, it is simply pivotal … Continue reading
So we have arrived at the place that Bishop Fulton Sheen, John XXIII and JPII told us was imminent. We’re there, the society that scoffs at all forms of life, ridicules God and has named every sin as good if … Continue reading
Summer is such a great month for poetry, it’s easy to laze around and read it on a hammock outside or in a cool air conditioned room. There’s less pressure to ‘do’ things constantly and more of a quote ‘relaxed’ … Continue reading
You may or may not be familiar with the phrase “road trip” depending on your age. That phrase, though, defined a generation and coined many phrases that are in the American lexicon of nostalgia. There was a time when friends … Continue reading
Compliments of our friend and poetry guru Katie O’Neil Summer’s in full swing now, and being outside all the time makes you think of how lovely the earth is, and that classic Shakespeare poem: Shall I compare thee to a … Continue reading
I must admit I lament the way many of my Catholic brothers and sisters lack knowledge of the scriptures. I sometimes hear crazy stuff that defames the Old Testament, the discipline of memorizing scripture or even the idea of having … Continue reading
As usual we give our thanks to Katie O’Neil for her constant supply of excellent poetry and insightful commentary. Poetry and Spring seem to go together! KC Spring is a hard season to fully embrace, since it … Continue reading
The following is a not an uncommon claim for people who spend time with the elderly or those who have symptoms of afflictions like Alzheimer’s or dementia: “I’ve heard that one million times before!” We often witness that comment couched … Continue reading
Have you ever stood in a sanctuary at night after the lights are out? Have you ever been in a cemetery close to dusk? Have you ever spent time in an adoration chapel by yourself? Were you ever in a … Continue reading