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How to Change the World CATHOLIC AMERICAN EYES IN KOREA - January 17, 2015 Changing family life will change the world, so believes the priest in his article in the Kyeongyang magazine. He is speaking about a program for engaged couples. They begin on Friday evening and conclude on Sunday afternoon. One of the participants expressed it this way: "We have talked with each other a great deal, I thought, but never have we been so focused, or talked at such depth as we did, a good preparation for the future." The priest has been involved with the ...http://catholicamericaneyesinkorea.blogspot.com/2015/01/how-to-change-world.html

Your 2015 Bioethics Challenge REFLECTIONS OF A PARALYTIC - January 16, 2015 ... a Just Society has a New Year's challenge for pro-lifers: this new year I beg people to take some time to learn more about bioethics. The stakes are high. Our definitions of life, death, and human dignity are up for grabs, so we must not abdicate our moral duty to be informed about such weighty matters. Few controversial topics in our society are more important and less understood than bioethics. The average citizen doesn't need to take a ...http://reflectionsofaparalytic.com/?p=11366

Union With God Is for Everyone! A SPIRITUAL JOURNEY - December 24, 2014 There are many well-known Catholic speakers available to speak on a great variety of topics. Interestingly, a quick scan online of their topics shows that no one has chosen to talk about union with God. Is it because it's a subject beyond their knowledge? Is it because they think the subject is beyond the reach of most people? Is it because erroneously they think that union is for saints only? Don't they realize that ...http://journeyofimperfectsaint.blogspot.com/2014/12/union-with-god-is-for-everyone.html

The Santa Debate: Delving Into the Whys... A WOMAN'S PLACE... - December 12, 2014 ... Claus when Christmas rolls around. I thought it might be possible to write a post that talked about how we celebrate Christmas without getting into the whys... because for me the why is a personal decision that Paul and I agreed on more than half a decade ago, although anyone who's really curious could read one of the previous posts I wrote on one of those Decembers past when I was feeling less sleepy and more ready to defend my stance. Unfortunately Santa seems to be one of ...http://awomansplaceis.blogspot.com/2014/12/the-santa-debate-delving-into-whys.html

What This Blog Is. THE FIRE WITHIN - December 5, 2014 Hmmmm, I've been mulling over this blog. It's direction, what it's about, the awesome things I see in store for the upcoming year. I feel rejuvenated and I actually like doing it - instead of seeing it as just another thing on my ever-growing to do list. I'm really praying and pondering over the direction that this little slice of my life is going to take and I see some really cool things in store - at least cool in my mind. (I think shorts are cool in the winter so you can ...http://mikeandkristine.blogspot.com/2014/12/what-this-blog-is.html

"There Is No Individual Apart From a Family": Louis De Bonald's Defense of Marriage INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - November 26, 2014 ... divinely-inspired teachings on controversial topics often lead to conclusions similar to those of clear-headed human reflection. Per Bonald, we should not really need spelled out for us in ten-foot tall letters of revelatory fire the fact that divorce harms children, that it undermines the social fabric, that it is a plague to be combatted rather than a legitimate choice to be endorsed. Trapped in a culture that has forgotten not only the Gospel but common sense to boot, ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2014/11/there-is-no-individual-apart-from-a-family-louis-de-bonalds-defense-of-marriage.html

A Beautiful Coffee Table Book About Sceince and Creation {A Review} TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - November 11, 2014 In recent months, my children have been showing increasing curiosity about evolution vs. creationism vs. some hybrid of the two. So, wh en we were offered an opportunity to review Purposeful Design: Understanding the Creation by Purposeful Design , I took it! What is Purposeful Design: Understanding the Creation? Purposeful Design: Understanding the Creation is a hardcover coffee table style book that that pairs the seven days of creation with many of the accepted principles ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2014/11/a-beautiful-coffee-table-book-about.html

What If This Is Your Last Advent?  - November 10, 2014 http://www.followingthetruth.com/what-if-this-is-your-last-advent/

What Archbp. Chaput Really Said About the Synod FR. Z'S BLOG - October 25, 2014 ... do nothing to ease their burdens; then we will go to hell. Ignoring the needs of the poor among us is the surest way to dig a chasm of heartlessness between ourselves and God, and ourselves and our neighbors. [Pretty clear.] This searing spiritual challenge was the heart of Chaput's talk, but because our press is less concerned with the poor's suffering than the rich's interminable debates over sex, these words weren't highlighted. Instead, attention centered on Chaput's ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/bI_qpOk9wyw/

Apathetic Ignorance DISPUTATIONS - October 19, 2014 For years, I've used the term "idiot" to mean "someone who doesn't know that he doesn't know what he's talking about." In that sense, calling someone an idiot isn't [necessarily] an insult, it's an assertion of an empirical fact. Like the word "liar", "idiot" used this way categorizes behavior, not persons. (Though, like "liar," the habit of idiocy can weaken that distinction.) It now occurs to me that one reason there's so much idiocy -- I say "90% of everybody is an idiot" ...http://disputations.blogspot.com/2014/10/apathetic-ignorance.html

The Synod and the Real Vocation Crisis REAL LIFE ROSARY WEBLOG - October 16, 2014 ... wasn't a priestly or religious vocation crisis. It was and continues to be a marriage vocation crisis. Solid vocations - priestly, religious, AND married, most often come from solid marriage vocations. Like begets like. I am in no way discounting those who arrived at their vocations by other means but the lion's share of all vocations come from a solid marriage vocation or at least a solid Catholic Christian witness. If you are like me, even as I type, my mind tends to relegate marriage to a ...http://jamesmhahn.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-synod-and-real-vocation-crisis.html

Social Media: Over-Sharing and Disconnecting JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - October 15, 2014 ... talk much in person, I tend to "talk" a lot on social media... like on Twitter. I reply, I engage, I share. Same goes for my blog. I share a lot... but, as some of you may have noticed, there are some off-limit topics. I'm pretty much like that in person as well. My relationships are the most off-limit topic both on- and offline. Don't ask because I will either make a joke about it or simply change the topic. Stuff that goes ...http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2014/10/social-media-over-sharing-and.html

The Synod at the Half Way Mark POPIN' AIN'T EASY - October 14, 2014 ... rereading if the gifts of Revelation on the family, from Genesis to its perfecting in the teaching of Christ, which offers as the foundation of spousal love irrevocable divine fidelity and participation in God's creative work. We are given a second topic on considering The Family in the Documents of the Church (4-7). In the course of the centuries, the Church has not failed to offer her constant teaching on marriage and the family. Closer to us, Popes Paul VI, John Paul II, and Benedict XVI ...http://popinainteasy.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-synod-at-half-way-mark.html

HeforShe TEA AT TRIANON - October 13, 2014 ... nearly a decade ago: "My word of thanks to women thus becomes a heartfelt appeal that everyone, and in a special way States and international institutions, should make every effort to ensure that women regain full respect for their dignity and role." That man was Pope St. John Paul II, in his June 29, 1995 "Letter to Women," issued prior to the United Nations Fourth International Conference on Women, held in Beijing. Institutions which have endured the test of time and the purification of fire ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2014/10/heforshe.html