Daily Archives: December 31, 2011

8 Key Questions for Making a New Year’s Resolution that Lasts

By Jeff Cavins From The Integrated Catholic Life We are coming to that time when we’ll make that big New Year’s resolution. Often times we don’t think through the price or the consequences of resolutions said in haste. The result … Continue reading

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Broom fight among Orthodox clergymen in Bethlehem’s Church of the Nativity

(I know that Toad already mentioned it on a comment thread, but here I found a more detailed story than the report on Daily Telegraph ;-)) For Orthodox Christians, Christmas has not yet arrived. Many Orthodox Christians annually celebrate Christmas … Continue reading

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Was Mary Saved?

by Joe Heschmeyer From Shameless Popery A Protestant friend of mine related his struggle with the Catholic view of Mary’s sinlessless, because Mary herself expressed that she needed a Savior, in Luke 1:46-47, when she proclaimed at the start of … Continue reading

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