Monthly Archives: November 2010

What is the Pope Saying About Condoms?

This past week, a new book by the Holy Father entitled: “Light of the World” went on sale. In an interview with Peter Seewald, Seewald proposes for discussion the common supposition that it is crazy to tell an area battling … Continue reading

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Do Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God?

Check out this article from Jimmy Akin as he gives his answer to this complex question. Note: he uses various superheroes and their secret identities to get his point across – which keeps it interesting.  Hope you read — and … Continue reading

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Love vs. Use: A little Theology of the Body

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“Little Einstein”

This is a fun video that has a supposed encounter between Einstein as a child and a rather dreary teacher in school.  Albert pulls out a wonderful synopsis of evil as the absence of good a la St. Augustine.

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Purgatory and Praying for Souls

The Church begins the month of November with the Solemnity of All Saints Day and the Feast of All Souls Day.  Throughout the entire month there is a strong focus on remembering the souls of the dead in our prayers.   … Continue reading

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