Monthly Archives: March 2017

The religious left…

There is a major problem growing in this world right now. I see for instance all over “Christian” bloggers such as Scott McKnight, Pete Enns, and even another one I follow–Fr. Jonathan, an Episcopal priest. There is a dominant problem … Continue reading

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Bl Mary of Agreday–Mystica Ciudad de Dios

The work of the Bl Mary of Agreda’s┬áMystica Ciudad de Dios or┬áThe Mystical City of God in English is a detailed history of the life of the Virgin Mary as it develops in the Gospel and then as it is … Continue reading

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Lenten reading recommendations

The Church is now officially in its Lenten season. At least the Western Church. The Western Church has different seasons for its year. We start with the Advent season, then we progress to the Christmas season, then we progress to … Continue reading

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