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11 Benefits of Encouraging Risk Taking in Your Children EYES ON HEAVEN - April 21, 2014 ... will be, but they follow their instinct. This risk taking is necessary for survival. Later on, the importance of risk taking isn't as clear. We usually aren't going to die if we turn down a risk. But that doesn't mean risk taking is actually any less important. We might not die, but we usually won't grow either, if we avoid risk taking. Parents are often tempted to step in and prevent our kids from taking risks. We see it as protecting them, removing the stones from their path ...http://eyesonheaven.net/11-benefits-encouraging-risk-taking-children/

A Few Thoughts on Evangelisation FR RAY BLAKE'S BLOG - April 9, 2014 ... numbers of professions. The bitter truth is that seminaries and novitiates that trained these young men and women have now closed, Trads blame the changes brought in by the Council, liberals blame the changes not brought in after the Council, Conservatives blame 'sociological factors', though no-one seems to have done a serious study on what are these factors. Most Catholics, including priests and therefore one might also suggest bishops too, I would suggest are unconvinced about the need for ...http://marymagdalen.blogspot.com/2014/04/a-few-thoughts-on-evangelisation.html

Navarre Bible Commentary:Friday, 4th Week in Lent JOE CATHOLIC - April 4, 2014 ... true, and him you do not know. 29 I know him, for I come from him, and he sent me." 30 So they sought to arrest him; but no one laid hands on him, because his hour had not yet come. Cited in the Catechism: In promulgating the Catechism of the Catholic Church , Blessed John Paul II explained that the Catechism "is a statement of the Church's faith and of catholic doctrine, attested to or illumined by Sacred Scripture, the Apostolic Tradition and the Church's Magisterium." He went on to "declare ...http://www.thejoecatholic.org/2014/04/navarre-bible-commentary-friday-4th.html

The Temptations of Christ IDLE SPECULATIONS - February 25, 2014 ... way. Jesus is very clear that it is not worldly power that saves the world, but the power of the Cross, of humility and of love ( cf. vv. 5-8 ). In the third temptation the devil suggests to Jesus that he throw himself down from the pinnacle of the Temple of Jerusalem and have himself saved by God through his angels, that is, that he do something sensational to put God himself to the test; but the answer is that God is not an object on which to impose conditions of our own making; he is the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/Uocyk/~3/V_KJ_mNC3ZM/the-temptations-of-christ.html

Which Super Bowl Commercial Would John Paul II Vote For? IMPACTING CULTURE BLOG - February 4, 2014 ... messy. We could talk all day about the potential pitfalls of advertising (or – did I link to this yet – you could just read Ethics in Advertising ). But one concept that I don't think gets enough exposure is the one quoted above: advertising can truly be a work of art. Just like movies, commercials can serve to enlighten and entertain us in a positive and wholesome way. Regardless of its intended purpose to sell a product, advertisements can, believe it or not, be true and good and ...http://www.impactingculture.com/2014/02/03/superbowl-commercial-john-paul-ii-vote-for/

The Art of Christian Suffering REFLECTIONS AND RUMINATIONS - January 12, 2014 Everybody suffers. This is a fact. There is no one human being, not even the sinless Virgin Mary who was spared suffering in life. Each person who reads this blog either has encountered suffering in his or her life, or could well be undergoing a suffering right now. They come in many forms – bodily injuries, inabilities of some kind, heart-aches, failures of various kinds, illness and death of loved ones. We may choose to hide our suffering or mute it ...http://frlukefong.blogspot.com/2014/01/the-art-of-christian-suffering.html