Category Archives: Lent

Lent

Lent is upon us. Enter the days of the Catholic “diet”: give up chocolate, soda, etc. As long as it’s not a REAL sacrifice to you. It definitely should not be REAL since Christ’s suffering and Passion wasn’t that. Right? … Continue reading

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a quote about the Holy Cross

“My daughter, if the Cross was not felt, it could not be called a Cross. Be certain that if you stand beneath the Cross you will never be lost. The Devil has no power over those souls who weep near … Continue reading

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Lenten Reflection

Lent is a solemn and sober season.  It is at once my most favorite, and one that I do not always look forward to with eagerness, but I do look forward to it with a certain spiritual sobriety and longing. … Continue reading

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Masking

Driving home last night from my counseling class, I realized my mask of control has been slipping off a lot more frequently. I’m going to be posting some things on here, which are much more stark and blunt about my … Continue reading

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Obama to Sign Order for Embryonic Stem Cell Research

The raindrop does not want to think that it was the one single event that changed the puddle from becoming a flood. When will the blood of unborn children cease to be shed, and who will take responsibility for the … Continue reading

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