Biblical Meal…Sparrow! Should we Try?

October 4, 2020

I wondered why Jesus made the comment that two sparrows were sold for a penny (Mt 10:29) and five sparrows sold for two pennies (Lk 12:6). Well after a little research, I found out and we gave it a try :-) Earlier post about eating grasshoppers and also mentioning sparrows.

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Grandson Josh’s latest piano composition

October 3, 2020

For those who have enjoyed following the progress of my grandson Josh Ray with his piano here is his latest composition. He is really quite talented and we’ve known it from a young age and we enjoy watching and encouraging and helping him with his lessons.

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You Laity are Very Important and Should be Involved Reminding Priests and Bishops

October 3, 2020

We Catholics often think we should sit back and let the bishops and priests do everything. We should look to them to save our Church. But Archbishop Fulton Sheen has a word of exhortation for us: “Who is going to save our Church? Do not look to the priests. Do not look to the bishops. […]

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Our Michigan Governor’s COVID Extended Restrictions Struck Down

October 2, 2020

Freedom, liberty and constitutional government won a big victory today in Michigan, along with our 10 million citizens. Our Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer has unilaterally imposed draconian and crippling emergency lockdowns on our state. She ignored the legislature and acted without consulting or cooperating with them. They confronted her and she ran roughshod against them. […]

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Zoom Dialog with a Protestant Pastor about Baptism and being Born Again

October 2, 2020

Pastor Jordan Orick is a marvelous young man and pastor of an Evangelical Protestant church. He is very open and honest. He asked if I could explain a few things for him and his people. Here is our frank and honest discussion on Baptism, Infant Baptism and being Born Again from a Catholic position. Hope […]

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“Steve, what do you think of the Latin Mass?”

September 29, 2020

My friend. Thanks for writing. Here is my simple and uncomplicated answer. The Latin Mass is marvelous, a gift of God and the form of the Mass for over a thousand years, and one that Benedict XVI thankfully brought back into wide usage. The whole Church should be grateful and make full use of this liturgical […]

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Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s Family: Five Things You Should to Know

September 27, 2020

This article is from Heavy.com news.    “Amy Coney Barrett, who is President Donald Trump’s nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U.S. Supreme Court, has a large family with her husband, Jesse Barrett, who is a former federal prosecutor in Indiana. How many children does Amy Coney Barrett have? The answer: Barrett, a federal […]

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A Defense of Single-Issue Voting

September 25, 2020

A Defense of Single-Issue Voting Howard Kainz: Without a firm insistence on the right to life, all civil rights are in jeopardy. Catholics in the United States have traditionally been associated with the Democratic Party. In the 19th and 20th centuries, when so many Catholics were from working-class, immigrant families, often subjected to prejudice (and […]

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Bravo Bishop Paprocki! On Lockdown Consequences

September 25, 2020

LOCKDOWNS  Bishop Thomas Paprocki of Springfield, IL, said too little attention has been placed on the consequences of months-long lockdowns. He noted that 35,000 people die every year from auto accidents in the United States, but we don’t close our highways. “We wouldn’t do that, because people need to get to work, to school, and other […]

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Virtual Healing Conference (Free) Sept 25-27, 2020

September 24, 2020

FREE Global Healing Conference REGISTER FOR FREE With all of the changes going on in the world, the Church continues the work of evangelization. This is a great opportunity to experience Christ’s healing and mercy in a profound way — and for free! On this Friday, September 25, Virtual Catholic Conference will be hosting a global […]

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Join us for Free Zoom Discussion on Defending the Eucharist

September 24, 2020
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Regarding Politicians: Is it Good or Bad to Be Catholic?

September 22, 2020

Joe Biden claims to be a devout Catholic and the media says that is good! He gains his values from his Catholic Faith (really?) But why then is it bad that Judge Amy Coney Barrett is a devout Catholic and should be smeared and disqualified as a judge because she gains her values from her […]

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Updates on the Appointment of a New Supreme Court Justice

September 22, 2020

If you don’t get the daily update from The Loop, I would highly suggest you check it out. Nice daily summary from Catholic Vote about Catholics and politics, important news, saint of the day, and more. Here are a few entries for today: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 ‘GOT THE VOTES’  Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-SC, […]

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Another Great Talk by Fr. Altman, God Bless Him and his Defenders!

September 20, 2020

One good priest responds to Fr. Altman‘s strong, uncompromising homilies and to his weak-kneed bishop. Fr. Dwight Longenecker’s excellent article is entitled “On Prophets and Pearl-clutchers” and published by Crisis Magazine. Read it here and pass it on.

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What Every Catholic Needs to Know about “Black Lives Matter”

September 20, 2020

by Dave Durand September 1, 2020  Published in Legatus Magazine “What does it mean when a CEO says, “we support Black Lives Matter?” On the surface, it appears the company affirms the dignity and equality of Black people. If it were that simple, all Catholics would be obligated to support such a movement. However, the […]

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The Human Mind is Amazing

September 19, 2020

I cdnuolt blveiee taht I cluod aulaclty uesdnatnrd waht I was rdgnieg. The phaonmneal pweor of the hmuan mnid is aamznig. Aoccdrnig to  rscheearch at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it deosn’t mttaer inwaht oredr the ltteers in a wrod are, the olny iprmoatnt tihng is taht the frist and lsat ltteer be in the rghit pclae. The […]

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