Book Review: Everyday Meditations

Book Review: Everyday Meditations By: St. John Henry Newman Sophia Institute Press Late last April our parish was blessed to open a perpetual Eucharistic Adoration chapel. I was able to be present as the final touches were being made just before the Archbishop arrived to give his blessing. Needless to say, it was quite a…

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Let us be Thinkers and Believers

Here’s a new word for you: apotemnophilia.  It is a psychological disorder, a body dysmorphic disorder.  Think: anorexia, falsely experiencing being a fat person; or transgenderism, falsely experiencing being the opposite sex. For apotemnophilia, it is falsely experiencing being an amputee.  This is a person who has two legs, but experiences themselves without.  When severe, they…

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Book Review: Life Is Worth Living

Book Review: Life Is Worth Living By: Archbishop Fulton Sheen Ignatius Press Imagine before the days of cable or satellite television and well before online streaming and a station called EWTN, standing to walk across your living room on a Tuesday evening, turning your television dial (that’s right no remote controls either), and coming across…

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Book Review: Mary at the Crossroads of History

Book Review: Mary at the Crossroads of History By: Rev. Francis J. Hoffman, J.C.D. Copyright Relevant Radio®  Does anyone remember Y2K? For those of you much younger than I, have you ever heard the phrase Y2K? If not, take a minute and look it up, or better yet, ask a family member what they remember…

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