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Fellowship of Saints and Sinners

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Mental Health Break—One Saint’s Admonitions for Living in Present

Saint Thérèse of Lisieux (1873-1897), also known as “the Little Flower of Jesus,” was a French Carmelite nun who had wisdom beyond her years.  I stumbled across her reflections on living in the present in a little devotional I’ve been […]

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The Vatican Diaries: A Review

Sex. Money. Power. Corruption. Controversy. Scandal. Since the 1980’s Catholic News Service reporter John Thavis has been covering all of it and more—not from a post in Las Vegas or the nation’s Capitol but from (of all places) the Vatican. […]

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Garbage Pail Priests?

Do you remember Garbage Pail Kids? I never collected them, but they were a hot item growing up.  Each card character suffers from some ridiculous abnormality or terrible fate.  Take “Adam Bomb,” or “Glandular Angela,” or “Half-Nelson,” for instance.  Or,  a […]

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Recovering the Lost Language of God’s Mission

Andrew Sullivan’s “The Dish” featured a piece yesterday on how radio programming initiatives are keeping alive the dying minority languages of New Zealand’s Maori peoples:  “In the Maori community of New Zealand, for example, the combination of 21 radio stations […]

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Evil in “High Places”- Why This Week’s Convictions Belong to a Long Struggle for Justice

                  For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. – Ephesians 6:12 (King James […]

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Runway or Runaway Religion? Thoughts on “Christian Fashion”

Some of you have heard about mega-church pastor Ed Young’s latest initiative to coach the church on what to wear and what not to wear.  I was made aware of it through a post by saint and sinner Lance Ford, […]

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“I’d Like to Talk to You About Jesus”

Once again, in the spirit of G.K. Chesteron who said, “the test of a good religion is whether you can joke about it,” here is some fodder for a good laugh (or being offended).  My apologies if you’re in the […]

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Trump's Torturous Takeaway — How Waterboarding May Soon Be Back, and Why
Torture is acceptable and even commendable. That seems to be one of the takeaways from last night's ...

posted 4:36:07am Feb. 11, 2016 | read full post »

"E" Is for "Evaluate": REST for Restless Souls, Via the 12 Steps
We made a searching and fearless moral inventory ...

posted 6:16:56pm Feb. 02, 2016 | read full post »

"R" is for "Recognize" — REST for Restless Souls, Via "The 12 Steps"
"We admitted we were powerless over alcohol — that our ...

posted 12:26:59pm Jan. 23, 2016 | read full post »

"The 12 Steps for Restless Souls": A 5-Part Series
We're kicking off a new, five-part series, "The 12 Steps for Restless Souls," with the following question: Is there such a thing as 'recovery' for ...

posted 9:13:21pm Jan. 14, 2016 | read full post »

The Year of the Crockpot and the Hairy Armpits
Happy New Year! Over the years I've stopped making ambitious resolutions at this time of the year, since I ...

posted 8:01:09pm Jan. 07, 2016 | read full post »

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