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It has been a long time since I blogged; more than half a year. I have missed it, but have filled my time with many things, like completing many joyful commitments within parish life and it’s related ministries. But it … Continue reading
My head bobbed last night toward the end of the RNC. Not because it was boring, but I was tired. This morning in prayer it did it again. My favorite time of sitting with our Lord and in the middle … Continue reading
This is a pretty important and serious video to watch. Whether you are Catholic or not, the information presented here is pertinent, timely and informative. Society stands on a threshold of further degradation in the acceptance of evil or choosing … Continue reading
I just finished boiling, cutting and freezing 60 ears of corn. It’s not a bad job, not exactly fun but come winter the taste of fresh picked and quickly frozen sweet corn is a taste everyone in my family loves. … Continue reading
Taking a few days off of writing gives a greater perspective in this new effort to share the Gospel daily with blogging. Who am I really talking to? It is to you, the reader; however it is mainly to my … Continue reading
First promise in Apostoli Viae You are here. You are there. You will always be here. At the Shrine of the Blessed Sacrament, Hanceville, Alabama
Today’s Gospel is compelling. See Matthew 10:34-11:1 At first glance it looks like a very dictating and demanding Jesus. I wrote about it recently (See Spreading the word) and thought about the divisional side of relationships with Christ and … Continue reading