15 Aug 2011
We respectfully ask that you re-examine the YouCat (youth catechism) in light of the clear doctrinal errors and misleading information contained therein, as explained in the attached critique by Maximos and Anastasios. Since the document even includes the heretical position that Scripture contains errors, we ask that you urgently recall the YouCat and replace it with your Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church before World Youth Day 2011 takes place in Madrid, August 16-21. Your Compendium is an excellent short summary of the Catechism of the Catholic Church and is free from the serious defects of YouCat set forth in the attached critique....read more
28 Jul 2010
From my new friend Dorothy who is a Gutsy Catholic Mom–LOVE IT! She leads corporate seminars and traces the significance of Catholic teaching and a corporation’s bottom line–something that would be higher if employees learned their 10 Commandments growing up!
My husband got a gift subscription to Forbes magazine, it’s a perennial favourite in our household because both of us are self employed. Problem is, somehow Forbes got the wrong address, so it appears that a neighbour 100 houses away has been enjoying one of our favourite … Read the rest...read more
19 Jun 2010
- By Randy Sly
God is calling men to a higher purpose
Recently I had the opportunity to spend some time with Fr. Larry Richards by phone, talking about issues related to men and the Church. Hopefully, some of the richness of our conversation is communicated in this article. His new book, “Be a Man!” goes into great detail on what that means as a challenge to men who live in a culture that is working hard to remove their masculinity.
WASHINGTON, DC (Catholic Online) – The greatest gift a father … Read the rest...read more
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25 Mar 2010
“As a husband of 32 years and father of five daughters, I can assure you: he is absolutely right. I have blown it so many times, I have lost count! The problem is that when you begin a sentence with this word, it sounds accusatory and critical. Some examples include (fill in the blanks):”...read more