Matrimony Does Not Mean Legal Roommates

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Often today if a man and woman want to get married, they first live together to see if they would be a good fit. To a lot of people, it makes sense to see if you are “compatible” before marriage, but really the opposite is true.

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The Secret To Conversion

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The Church recently celebrated Pentecost, which is one of my favorite holy days of the year. Perhaps it’s because I was born around Pentecost, but the more likely reason is because I have a close relationship with the Holy Spirit.

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Does the Church Respect Women?

Does the Church Respect Women?

Now that Pope Francis has made it clear there will never be women priests, it comes as a letdown for many.  It seems that we think that in order to have equality, women have to be able to do the exact same thing as men and vice versa. The problem is, men still can’t breastfeed or bear children, and women cannot insert sperm. 

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Explain Yourself!

Explain Yourself!

Children have the remarkably annoying habit of interrogating us don't they? They’re obsessed with the fundamental nature of things, why the world is the way it is, and how to logically connect it all together. The endless "why"? questions.

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We must be Spiritual Overseers to overcome the trials of life...

We must be Spiritual Overseers to overcome the trials of life...

When you stop and think about it, parents are a sort of “bishop” – an overseer of the family unit entrusted to them by God.

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All in the Same Boat!

All in the Same Boat!

We know that the ship (bark or barque, barchetta) was an ancient Christian symbol. It is symbolic of the Church, and to some extent the individual soul, tossed on the sea of disbelief, worldliness, and persecution but finally reaching safe harbour with its cargo of human souls. 

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Be not afraid!

Be not afraid!

"Be not afraid" were the very first words from the great pope of the family, St. John Paul II, as he stepped out on to the balcony at St. Peter's Rome to greet the awaiting crowds as the newly elected pontiff. 

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