Tag Archives: Women

When Elizabeth Heard Mary’s Greeting…

Mary set out and traveled to the hill country in haste to a town of Judah, where she entered the house of Zechariah and greeted Elizabeth. When Elizabeth heard Mary’s greeting, the infant leaped in her womb, and Elizabeth, filled … Continue reading

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Posts For Holy Week And Beyond

Grateful for the liturgical seasons of the Church, I will be linking and re-posting some things from last year’s Holy Week and Easter Season. In particular I want to recall some posts that I believe are helpful to intercessory prayer … Continue reading

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Abortion or Earthquake: What’s the Difference?

It has been a year since the earthquake and ensuing tsunami occurred that hit the nation of Japan. These were my thoughts a few weeks after that terrible day, in light of the ongoing tragedy of abortion in our country. … Continue reading

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March For Life

Today is the anniversary of the sad Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade that legalized abortion throughout the United States at any point in pregnancy. The states, subsequent to the end of the 1st trimester, could however, regulate the procedure … Continue reading

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The Magic That is You!

Oh, my. What a wonderful discovery – an artist and journalist, self-taught in mathematics and physics, an entrepeneur and author who works in the field of medical visualization. In the following video he demonstrates some of his work showing conception … Continue reading

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Lions and Tigers and Posters. Oh, my!

Two weeks ago saw the arrival of anti-abortion protesters to our town. Uninvited and (as far as I know), unsupported by any local churches or ministries, they arrived with their literature, posters and a sound system! Their goal, a laudable … Continue reading

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Good Friday – The Cross and the Aborted Woman

Every woman who has had an abortion has experienced her own personal hell. Upon realizing what she has done to herself, her child, and to the others affected by her decision, she lives as a self-crucified woman. Her child will … Continue reading

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Contraception & Cohabitation: Two Peas in a Pod? More Like Two C’s Without God!

Two life-style issues have surfaced in the news markets in recent weeks: cohabitation and contraception. The first, primarily seen in Catholic news media, was a letter written by His Excellency Michael Sheehan, Archbishop of Santa Fe to his flock. In … Continue reading

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To Know as I am Known

Today’s Gospel reading is from John 4:5-42 – the woman at the well. The Samaritan woman encounters Jesus at mid-day as she arrives to gather water. The timing of her arrival is unusual: it is the noon, and the hottest … Continue reading

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4000 Earthquakes + Tsunamis + Fallout Hit the United States!! Yesterday – Today – (and sadly) Tomorrow

On March 11 the nation of Japan experienced a 9.0 magnitude earthquake along its northeast shore. It was the most powerful earthquake ever to hit that country. Indeed, it was one of the top 5 recorded magnitudes world-wide in modern … Continue reading

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