A Father's Love for His Child

A Father's Love for His Child

I can recall how as an infant my older sisters, whilst reading me bedtime stories, would reassure me on moonlight nights about “the man in the moon” as if to reassure me of an abiding presence of care and protection from above.

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Tithing and Political Correctness

Tithing and Political Correctness

My favorite part of the movie “Zootopia” is the sloths working at the DMV. I think it’s so funny because it’s relatable. DMV’s are notorious for being inefficient and taking up a lot of your time. It’s government work at it’s finest!

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Budgets, Baby Gates, and Boundaries

Budgets, Baby Gates, and Boundaries

When our youngest learned to crawl, once he got the hang of it- he just took off. I used to be able to sit him on the floor with a few toys around him and check in on him every few minutes while I got things done around the house. I clearly remember the day when I set him down, got something out of the fridge, turned around, and he was gone.

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Not taking ourselves too seriously is … a serious business!

Not taking ourselves too seriously is … a serious business!

If you’ve ever had to deal with a child who is devastated and in tears because of a disappointment or setback they have had to suffer, you know how hard it can be not to find it even slightly amusing, or be overwhelmingly tempted to patronise and pretend that the whole thing really isn’t that important and will blow over. 

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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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“The Trinity is present in the Temple of Marital Communion”

“The Trinity is present in the Temple of Marital Communion”

The above is taken from the apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia (The Joy of Love – On Love in the Family) paragraph 314. 

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What Breakfast Taught Me About Prayer and God’s Will

What Breakfast Taught Me About Prayer and God’s Will

One morning at breakfast I had an interesting realization about God as I was offering my daughter 3 choices for breakfast. 

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