19 May 2011
Do We REALLY Need to Meditate? What is the Difference Between a Life WITH Meditation and a Life WITHOUT Meditation?
We will meditate today: First, upon the excellence of the interior life; and, in order that we may understand it, we will compare it with the exterior life, which is the life of the world. Second, we shall see that it raises the Christian to the height of the divine life in Jesus Christ. We will then make the resolution: first, to avoid all that dissipates us, or to which we have an attachment, such as certain kinds of society and certain conversations; second, to enter into the spirit of Christ by often asking ourselves: Is it thus that Jesus Christ would speak or act? Is this the spirit or the intention which would direct His words or His acts? Our spiritual nosegay shall be the words of St. John: “God Hath sent His only begotten Son into the world that we may live by Him.” (1 John 4:9)...read more
08 Mar 2011
We will consider today how the mystery of Jesus outraged in the Eucharist causes to shine forth: first, His humility: second, His meekness; third, the perfection of His recollection. We will then make the resolution: first, to treat everyone today with great meekness and humility; second, in the midst of the general license to maintain ourselves in a spirit of recollection and prayer. Our spiritual nosegay shall be the invitation of the Psalmist: “Come, let us adore and fall down and weep before the Lord.” (Ps. 94:6)...read more
04 Feb 2011
A Planned Parenthood manager in New Jersey coaches a man and a woman posing as sex traffickers how to secure secret abortions, STD testing, and contraception for their female underage sex slaves, and make their whole operation “look as legit as possible” in this undercover video....read more
28 Jul 2010
It used to be just St. Peter’s, but now the dress code has expanded to the entire city.
Our artist is nearly done with our new Outfit Guidelines sign–inspired by the St. Peter’s sign below. Keep checking back, or subscribe in a reader to find out when it’ll be available.
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TOURISTS in skimpy summer clothing were being told to cover up before entering Vatican City today.
The ban had previously applied only to St Peter’s Basilica but guards manning the official entry point into the tiny, walled state begun pulling visitors aside overnight for … Read the rest...read more
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20 Jul 2010
Wow, I was quoted in Business World!!! Thanks to GS for sending me this link!
Capital View — By Mercedes B. Suleik
Fashion and Style vs. Modesty
To be fashionable, does one have to be immodest? Does being attractive mean that a woman should arouse the prurient attention of man? Do fathers and mothers want their daughters to be objects of lust? Their sons to be salivating brutes?
These days, it would seem, there is an overwhelming tendency to flaunt and exhibit a woman’s body…and yes, for that matter a man’s as well. We see this in magazines, print advertisements, … Read the rest...read more
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