Monthly Archives: December 2013

To the Domestic Church

Jesus Christ was born into a family, a domestic church of Joseph and Mary, husband and wife.  God’s plan for humanity was the family, from which faith, hope and love springs forth to others. Woman was created to be a … Continue reading

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A Gracious Thank You and Some Awards

F               For these awards, I graciously thank Biltrix and praying for one day.  I am honored.  Many other bloggers are also deserving of these awards. The Rules: 1.  Use the award logo in the … Continue reading

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Jesus Christ, His Only Son

On Christmas we celebrate the birth of Jesus the true Son of the one, true God.  God, the Father, acknowledged Jesus as His “beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased” (Matthew 3:17) and Jesus spoke often of his father, … Continue reading

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Thirst

Our hearts rejoice in beauty, rest in love, and find comfort in mercy and goodness.   We long to hold these within our heart, to draw of them more deeply.  We thirst for them and from whence they come, Our Father … Continue reading

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To Our Human Dignity

This coming Wednesday we will celebrate the birth of Christ, the embodiment of God in human flesh. God, the maker of all things visible and invisible will take on a human body, that which after the angles is most like … Continue reading

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To Prayer

Brother Giles of Assisi said prayer is to give one to one — to give our soul to God so that He can give Himself in return.  Prayer is being occupied with God, raising the mind to God, to heaven; … Continue reading

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Pope Leo XIII on Marriage and Family

Pope Leo XIII provided some important teachings in his Encyclical Rerum Novarum (“of new things” or “condition of labor”) on the natural origin of marriage and family life, an area in which he warns civil government intrusion would be “a … Continue reading

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