By Fr. Ernest Daly on June 14, 2010
Bottom line: Some adult themes, but worth it.
By Our Faith In Action® on July 11, 2009
(1556-1586) Her body was crushed, but her faith was stronger than stone! In the sixteenth century, King Henry the VIII of England wanted a son very badly. In order to have one, he divorced one wife, had another beheaded, and separated the Church of England from the Catholic Church because the Pope would not approve. […]
By Fr. Ernest Daly on July 10, 2009
Since the Miss USA pageant this past April, Carrie Prejean has found herself at the center of a media storm. The storm was about marriage. Carrie has tried to do her best to explain what happened to her in the Miss USA pageant, and this naturally leads her to explain her views on marriage. Carrie’s […]
Written by Fr. Ernest Daly on July 10, 2009 | Related Topics: All Lessons, Issues and Politics | Keywords: carrie prejean, debate, family, love, marriage, one man one woman, proposition 8, traditional, values | Leave a response
By Alex Kubik on February 9, 2009
Like Polamalu, Kurt Warner seeks to live his life as an example of his Christian faith. Warner had also been to the Super Bowl before this one. He led the St. Louis Rams in two Super Bowl games, winning one of them. Kurt knows the pressure that comes with that kind of spotlight, especially as […]
Written by Alex Kubik on February 9, 2009 | Related Topics: All Lessons, Sports | Keywords: cardinals, evangelize, faith, family, football, Kurt Warner, losing, NFL, prayer, preach, super bowl, victory, winning | Leave a response
By Kris and Dennis Cortes on February 5, 2006
Rebecca Dussault is going for the gold, and yet she feels that she has already won. Few would suspect that one person could excel as a young wife, mother and world champion cross-country ski racer.
Written by Kris and Dennis Cortes on February 5, 2006 | Related Topics: All Lessons, Sports | Keywords: champion, choice, courage, family, marriage, motherhood, olympics, race, ski, Sports | Leave a response