Category Archives: faith
We know certainly that our God calls us to a holy life. We know that He gives us every grace, every abundant grace; and though we are so weak of ourselves, this grace is able to carry us through every … Continue reading
Bloggers come and bloggers go. Readers come and readers go. Bloggers don’t always blog Readers don’t always read. “Sometimes we forget that God knows our hearts better than we do” Yesterday, I was scanning through my various feeds and … Continue reading
Let’s start with the fact that I’m not a “holiday” guy. Between the funeral home and fire department, I had very few holidays off. I have also been told that I have been a grumpy, old man, even when I … Continue reading
Faith is not an issue of great knowledge and learning but humble submission not to the prevailing knowledge but to the truth of the Church, timeless and eternal. Protopresbyter Theodore Zissis, courtesy of Fr. Thomas Moore
May I never allow the mysteries of faith to become obstacles of my belief from Daily Meditations with the Holy Spirit, Rev. Jude Winkler, OFM Conv Photo from the Winter of 2014.
“I gave in and admitted God was God” C. S. Lewis C. S. Lewis was a giant among thinkers and history will continue to bear that out. His death and funeral should have been a global event but went mostly … Continue reading