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Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring–J.S. Bach

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Love

1 Cor. 13:4 Love is patient; love is kind; love is not envious or boastful or arrogant 5 or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful;6 it does not rejoice in wrongdoing, but rejoices … Continue reading

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Rosary group?

I’m going to see if I can kick-start a rosary group here. Here’s what those who join it must vow to do– Pray a full rosary once a week (I waver to a more traditional side so this involves just … Continue reading

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The rosary

I wanted to write this for people unfamiliar with the rosary. It is a very beautiful devotion though often misunderstood. The rosary is quite a scriptural prayer and takes on the prophetic narrative of the 150 Psalms and how they … Continue reading

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true and false ecumenism

We live in the age of “ecumenical” movements. This is true. What many people think ecumenism is, is not often actually what it is. Ecumenism is about unity. That is, true ecumenism. What is unity? Unity is based on love. … Continue reading

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TheTrinityDelusion says we’re Gnostics???

This post was apparently written back in November, 2011 and I am now responding to it. TheTrinityDelusion apparently is accusing Trinitarians of being Gnostics by using a series of false dichotomies in this post of his here. I hope to … Continue reading

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and the most ridiculous video on YT award goes to…

TheTrinityDelusion for “Was God DEAD?” Apparently, this guy has done “exhaustive research” on the Trinity and has come to the conclusion that the Trinity is some sort of lie created by the Devil to deceive people into believing Jesus was … Continue reading

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