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Author Archives: KathrynCunningham
Here we are! It’s about that time again. Winter stubbornly clings and we are breathless with the hope that grey will soon be replaced with gold and that someone will finally love us! Yep it’s Valentine’s Day once more. More … Continue reading
As Catholics, we have a reputation for being basically incompetent when it comes to knowledge of and application of the principles found in scripture. This is a shame, not to mention a real disability when it comes to the practice of … Continue reading
Whoop, here it is, Advent again! The end of the calendar year, the start of the Church year, all the familiar characters. In our Sunday liturgies, we hear about endings, beginnings, signs and those who remind us to stay awake … Continue reading
In November our Church calls us to remember the remarkable of the Church both recognized (All Saints) and those unrecognized (All Souls). We set up memorial tables, reverence the book of the dead and attend memorial Masses. All the … Continue reading
I think we sometimes become blasé at the idea of wonder. You know, the things that so astound us that we just shake our heads and say or think things like: “Wow, God did that,” “That beauty is amazing, only God’s … Continue reading
Isn’t is a curiosity that the most astounding contemporary Saint of our time would choose an image that has nothing to do with who she was? Mother Theresa was in all ways a “doer”. She was the one in the … Continue reading
A few thoughts about our newest Saint and gift to the Church! http://foodsandfestivitiesofthechristianyear.blogspot.com/
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