Monthly Archives: July 2012

Faith and Leadership

By Guest Blogger Dr. Jerry Deegan When my good friend Dr. Tom Neal asked me to share some of my thoughts on Faith and Leadership I said yes because I thought it would be a good chance for me to … Continue reading

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Tender Faith

By Guest Blogger-priest Father Fuerte A letter of faith to the Mother of God from a priest-son Dear Loving Lady, I am growing more grateful for my faith in your son Jesus. One of the things I enjoy most about … Continue reading

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Faith and the Holy Spirit

By Guest Blogger Mandie DeVries St. Paul defines faith as the “evidence of things not seen,” but we all experience times when circumstances appear to be evidence that our faith is vain, that God does not save, and that the … Continue reading

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A Hungry Faith

By Guest Blogger Debbie Chalik Faith and Personal Conversion: A Journey of Truth and Promise When I joined the Catholic Church on November 11, 1984, it was the beginning of a wonderful journey, a journey that began with just one … Continue reading

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Faith and True Healing

By Guest Blogger Claire Grace Lord, I want to be healed…! Or do I??? I can remember the exact night I told this to my Lord. Lord just heal me of this pain, whatever it takes, even if it hurts … Continue reading

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A Barron Faith

Father Robert Barron gives an excellent clarification of what faith is.

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A Fresh, Catholic Approach to Scripture

A new and fresh approach to the study of Sacred Scripture by Matthew Phelps has appeared on the scene, rooted in the ancient Catholic method of reading the Scriptures drawn from the Mass with a spirit of prayerful attentiveness to … Continue reading

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