Daily Archives: December 10, 2013

Trust

Watch this exhilarating clip, and ponder on the trust that the parachutist’s passenger has placed in him. That is at the very least the amount of trust we must place in Jesus, especially as we near death. Father, into your … Continue reading

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Subsidiarity

From Catholic World Report Why is this basic principle of Catholic social teaching praised more than it is practiced? James Kalb Subsidiarity is a basic principle of Catholic social teaching. Like other such principles, it is praised more than practiced, … Continue reading

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Bishop Notes Something to Regret in Mandela Legacy

At this very moment the memorial service of Nelson Mandela, who died on 5th December, is taking place. [Bishop Tobin] Recalls His ‘Noble Defense of Human Dignity’ Did Not Include Unborn. From Zenit.org. The bishop of Providence, Rhode Island, is … Continue reading

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Don’t Just Repaint, Repent

Readying Ourselves for a New Heart By Dr. Edward Mulholland ATCHISON, KANSAS, December 09, 2013 (Zenit.org) – John the Baptist has made his appearance on the Advent scene with his booming command to “repent.” What does it mean to repent? … Continue reading

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