Monthly Archives: November 2015

parents with no religion to raise their kids with faith

Originally at: by Ruth Graham I’m the kind of Christian that many adults warned me about as a child: I’ve been a church member for most of my adult life, but I have at times gone years without regular attendance, my … Continue reading

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Keeping the Faith in a Sports-Obsessed Culture

Originally at: by Dr. Bernie Schock The world of kids’ sports has exploded since I was a child nearly 50 years ago. More children are competing — up nearly 50 percent over the past 25 years. More girls compete — nearly … Continue reading

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René Girard and Desire Wars: The Grudge Awakens

Original at: by Christopher S. Morrissey One of the greatest Catholic thinkers of our time, Professor René Girard, has died. He left this world at 91 years of age, on November 4, in Stanford, California. One of the things Girard wrote … Continue reading

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Why Your Child Has Left the Church

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