• Twitter | 3/22/2018 | Staff
    “Even the pope needs a good laugh now and then. Pope Francis stopped his sermon when his hat blew off Wednesday, letting out a giggle before starting back up. ”...
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  • | 3/22/2018 | Staff
    “Give her something difficult.” That's an elderly nun’s advice to an inexperienced Benedictine abbess after a prideful and conniving younger nun has contributed to hardships being faced by the...
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  • | 3/22/2018 | View all posts by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf →
    At First Things there is a good piece about toughness when it comes to preaching and discipline and gentleness in mercy, especially with penitents in the confessional.
    133 views Tanya9
  • | 3/22/2018 | Tony Myles
    If hindsight is 20/20, what piece of advice would you give your past self? I used to hope that my ministry experiences would help me feel more mature. In reality, every year I grow more aware of my...
    444 views elio25
  • | 3/22/2018 | Staff
    Interestingly, God didn’t establish a denomination through Abraham. He didn’t formulate a list of doctrine to be followed or health principles to be kept. To be a good steward to the God of the...
    322 views hoppers911
  • The Catholic Astronomer | 3/22/2018 | Br. Guy Consolmagno
    Originally published in The Tablet in March, 2007, and again here in 2015... this version is slightly edited. The late Stephen Jay Gould, Harvard biologist and popular science writer, once described...
    245 views DebraS
  • Blog & Mablog | 3/22/2018 | Douglas Wilson
    What is the longest line in the lower 48? These guys figured it out. Open roads, open paths, whatever . . . Content - Muster In "The Content Muster" In "The Content Muster" Content - Muster In "The...
    203 views hi09
  • Godspacelight | 3/22/2018 | Staff
    Celebrating a Painful Anniversary with JoyIn "family" Let Us Wait As Children Wait - the Entire Series.In "Advent" Day - Joy - Prayer - John - Birch I Enter this Day With Joy - A Prayer by John...
    319 views hoppers911
  • First Things | 5/30/1924 | Trenton Mattingly
    Congratulations to Trenton Mattingly for winning second place in our third annual Student Essay Contest. Here is his response to prompt #3: St. Augustine says that we are on a pilgrimage through...
    316 views emilia
  • | 6/11/2010 | Website
    I am a grateful believer in Jesus Christ who struggles with co-dependency and with love and relationship addiction. My name is Kareena. My childhood was filled with rejection, abandonment, and abuse.
    219 views echolea
  • Jesus Creed | 3/22/2018 | Staff
    In October 2018, Northern Seminary launches a Doctor of Ministry degree in Preaching. This new DMin is built on Northern Seminary’s New Kind of Preacher (NKP) program, which is funded by the Lilly...
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  • First Things | 10/20/2013 | John Murdock
    Dan Lipinski, one of the last openly pro-life Democrats in the House of Representatives, prevailed Tuesday in a primary that pitted the Catholic Chicago lawmaker against the full force of the...
    504 views jster97
  • | 2/21/2018 | Website
    “Why am I discouraged? Why is my heart so sad? I will put my hope in God! I will praise him again — my Savior and my God!” (Psalm 43:5 NLT). I recently became ill and was eventually diagnosed with...
    272 views gracey
  • Church Stage Design Ideas | 3/22/2018 | Staff
    Preston Holland from Rock Point Church in Chattanooga, Tennessee brings us this awesome light set. From Preston: We are a partner church of North Point Ministries and the set that they did wasn’t...
    491 views smnth28
  • CT Women | 3/22/2018 | Staff
    This Sunday marks the Feast of the Annunciation, when the angel Gabriel came to Mary with an outrageous announcement: that she would carry a human child who would also be the child of God.
    479 views hakimi308
  • CT Women | 3/22/2018 | Staff
    This Sunday marks the Feast of the Annunciation, when the angel Gabriel came to Mary with an outrageous announcement: that she would carry a human child who would also be the child of God.
    264 views sally140353
  • | 3/22/2018 | Frank Viola
    As I’ve pointed out elsewhere, the ekklesia flows out of the inward parts of God. It is a divine organism. It’s not a tradition or a custom. She (and the New Testament describers her as a “she”) is a...
    127 views newisbetterthanace
  • | 1/26/2018 | Staff
    Two bits of news recently caught my eye. The first was a New York Times article on Yale University’s most popular class ever (in its 316-year history). It’s PSYC 157: Psychology and the Good Life.
    141 views madalina09
  • First Things | 5/12/2014 | Alessandra Bocchi
    Identity, tradition, and religion have new prominence in Italy after the recent election. The Northern League, once a marginal party that called for the independence of the northern Padania region,...
    514 views blacky
  • The Aquila Report | 3/22/2018 | Staff
    The PCA was created in the context of ecclesiastical powers inherent in the hierarchical structure of the old Presbyterian Church in the United States (the “Southern Presbyterian Church”).
    258 views hey13
  • Red Letter Christians | 3/22/2018 | Kate Kooyman
    I got to hold a baby who was less than a day old. I got to watch big sister look with pride and a little suspicion, the first glances of a life-long relationship.
    342 views mel4

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