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By Alex Kubik on December 21, 2009
Catechism Clips 2500 …truth can also find other complementary forms of human expression, above all when it is a matter of evoking what is beyond words: the depths of the human heart, the exaltations of the soul, the mystery of God. 2501 … art is a freely given superabundance of the human being’s inner riches… […]
By Alex Kubik on December 19, 2009
Saint Helen Humble origins and humble use of power Helen was an innkeeper’s daughter,who caught the fancy of a Roman General named Constantius. They married, and she gave birth to a son. Soon afterwards, Constantius was named Caesar and divorced her in favor of a more “respectable” union with the Emperor’s daughter. Eventually, however, Helen’s […]
By Fr. Ernest Daly on December 18, 2009
Ever since she was a small girl Miley Cyrus knew she wanted to perform. Her dream has come true on a level that has amazed even her biggest fans (her mom and dad). But is Miley promoting a healthy vision of being a performer or is she slowly abandoning Christian principles?
Written by Fr. Ernest Daly on December 18, 2009 | Related Topics: All Lessons, Music and Movies | Keywords: Actor, billy rae cyrus, chastity, christ, courage, dance, Fashion and Celebrity, gay marriage, hannah montana, hope, jobros, jonas, marriage, miley, miley cyrus, modesty, Movie, passion, purity, purity ring, recording, singer, singing, taylor swift, teen, twitter | 1 Response
By Alex Kubik on December 15, 2009
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By Alex Kubik on November 30, 2009
Bible Blurbs “…the LORD declares, ‘… I will honor those who honor me…’” 1 Samuel 2:30 “I gave them your word, and the world hated them, because they do not belong to the world any more than I belong to the world. I do not ask that you take them out of the world but […]
By Alex Kubik on November 29, 2009
St. Joseph Cupertino Joseph was born in 1603, to a very poor family. Joseph was prone to sickness and injury, which made him an expensive child to take care of. He was also prone to daydreaming and getting lost in his thoughts, and this made him so unreliable that he couldn’t even accomplish the simplest […]
By Susan Joy Bellavance on November 17, 2009
The X-Games™ have always been the place where over-the-edge athletes throw down adrenaline-pumping stunts that blow the minds of spectators. But a few of these dare-devils have been raising an uncomfortable stir…
Written by Susan Joy Bellavance on November 17, 2009 | Related Topics: All Lessons, Sports | Keywords: bike, Brian Deegan, christ, Church, courage, crash, cross, death, dirtbike, extreme, motocross, mulisha, rebel, Sports, stunts, suffering, X-Games, x-treme, xgames, xtreme | 2 Responses
By Our Faith In Action® on November 1, 2009
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By Alex Kubik on September 26, 2009
Bible Blurbs “Can a mother forget her infant, be without tenderness for the child of her womb? Even should she forget, I will never forget you.” Isaiah 49:15 “Children, too, are a gift from the LORD, the fruit of the womb, a reward. Like arrows in the hand of a warrior are the children born […]
By Our Faith In Action® on September 25, 2009
Found his faith, lost his head Lived in Austria May 1907 – August 1943 Franz was born shortly before World War I. His parents were not married, and his early years were spent living with his grandmother. When he was 9, his father was killed in the war. His mother then married his step father, […]
Written by Our Faith In Action® on September 25, 2009 | Related Topics: Saints and Heroes | Keywords: austria, beatified, converted, franciscan, Franz Jägerstätter, martyr, nazi, rome, third reich, world war II | Leave a response