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Author Archives: Stephen Weisenbach
Don’t begin Lent without this book! When was the last time you journeyed through Lent as a family? Have you ever suggested praying, fasting, and giving alms together? Don’t think your family has the time to do these things? Not … Continue reading
[This is one of the two times each year when, I believe, Our Lord most dreads the silence that will envelop far too many of our parishes. Someone needs to give voice to His yearnings. Where is the zeal for … Continue reading
The refrains of “O Come Let Us Adore Him” reverberate through many of our churches and communities this Advent season. For many, this is the most joyful time of year, filled with hope and love and thoughts that go beyond … Continue reading
Sometimes we must repeat ourselves — even if our words are not appreciated. It is vital that the Truth be shared, as many times as is necessary. This day is one of those days — a day when I feel … Continue reading
I was checking out the home page for the American Christian Fiction Writers because I was contemplating joining (in addition to being a member of the CWG). While I was on the page, they were featuring one of their authors, … Continue reading
Get your free Kindle copy of my book, Pondering Tidbits of Truth, Volume 1, by clicking this link on any of the three days listed above. We are all busy people. Many of us have convinced ourselves that we simply … Continue reading
CWG member Michael Seagriff recently published his fourth book, I Thirst for Your Love. Dom Mark Daniel Kirby, O.S.B., the prior of the Benedictine Monks of Perpetual Adoration of the Most Holy Sacrament of the Altar at Silverstream Monastery, has … Continue reading
A few days ago, I was prompted to read through some older journal entries and discovered one from more than 13 years ago. How timeless are the insights God gives us, especially those we may have forgotten but are blessed … Continue reading
I am over it. I am fed up with these whiny crybaby atheists who for some bizarre reason have decided that God and Christianity are “offensive.” I also think the agencies, administrators, and judges who uphold their ridiculous argument that … Continue reading