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The Same People Praising Colin Kaepernick for Taking a Knee for His Beliefs Are the Same People Who Told Tim Tebow to Stop Taking a Knee for His

What Does a YAM Do?

Have you ever noticed your Catholic friends referring to YAM? In Catholic circles, that stands for “Young Adult Ministry.” That’s what I mean when I type YAM on this blog. If I don’t use caps, and simply write “yam,” then I’m… Continue Reading →

Archbishop Donald Weurl to Meet With Pope Francis About Resignation

The Archbishop of Washington, Cardinal Donal Weurl has declared his intention to meet with Pope Francis about his resignation. In a letter sent to priests of the Archdiocese of Washington Sept. 11, Cardinal Donald Wuerl wrote that a decision about… Continue Reading →

Why Do Catholics Pray to Mary?

“I go directly to Jesus. Mary gets in the way.” I have to laugh when I hear this. I ask the person, “Why don’t you take your reading glasses off so you can look at the page directly?” I am… Continue Reading →

What Spiritual Type Are You?

From the post: http://ericrobertmorse.com/spiritual-types/

The Nativity of Mary

Tradition celebrates the event as a liturgical feast in the General Roman Calendar and in most Anglican liturgical calendars on 8 September, nine months after the solemnity of her Immaculate Conception, celebrated on 8 December. The feast is also included… Continue Reading →

Cupich on Urban Dictionary

Viganò: Believe in Something Nike Ad

Pope Francis: Truth is Mild. St. Augustine: Truth is Like a Lion

Also, it’s important to note that while the lion quote has been widely attributed to St. Augustine, it’s not clear that he actually said or wrote it. A similar quote is being attributed to someone else: “The Word of God… Continue Reading →

This is Your Culture on Feminism

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