Archive for the ‘Weekly Thoughts’ Category

Justification among Catholics and Protestants

April 23rd, 2014  No Comments »

Our fundamental disagreement concerns the reason why God ultimately accepts us.

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Resurrection Life

April 20th, 2014  No Comments »

By the Spirit who lives within us, we have the capacity to encounter the resurrected Christ.

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Love Unknown

April 18th, 2014  No Comments »

It is Good Friday, a time to read Scripture, poetry, hymns, and events from church history that probe into the wonder of Jesus’ cross.

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History’s Drama

April 16th, 2014  No Comments »

Here we had a man of divine character walking and talking among us—and what did we find to do with him?

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It Is God’s Church

April 14th, 2014  No Comments »

Therefore to talk of not seeing the need for the Church is like talking of not seeing the need for the moon…

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Digging for Exegetical Gold

April 11th, 2014  No Comments »

Those who are looking for precious stones in the sea do not sit along the shore and trace drawings in the sand or count the waves and winds…

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Man, the Idol

April 9th, 2014  No Comments »

Man claims prerogatives which belong to God alone; God accepts penalties which belong to man alone

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New Saints and Pope Francis

April 7th, 2014  No Comments »

According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church “by canonizing some of the faithful, i.e., by solemnly proclaiming that they practiced heroic virtue and lived in fidelity to God’s grace…

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Playing Christianity

April 4th, 2014  1 Comment »

We all know what it is to play warfare in mock battle, that it means to imitate everything just as it is in war…

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The Evangelical Moment

April 2nd, 2014  No Comments »

Thou threatenest the fire that burns for an hour and in a little while is quenched

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