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Faith, Family, and Fatherhood — Advent2018

Conceived without Fear

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Conceived without Fear
Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception

What do you think you would do if you were to come face to face with God this very instant? We all like to imagine what we would do, but if we were honest with ourselves we would admit that we would probably want to crawl under the closest rock. Even though we may have just come back from Confession and Mass, we would still know that we are not worthy to stand...

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Only Say the Word!

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Only Say the Word!
During this Advent let us learn from the Centurion and imitate his faith!

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Advent and Fear of the Lord

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Advent and Fear of the Lord

Luke 21:34-36 I haven't posted much this week in the area of Scripture meditations. The reason is that, well, they've been pretty frightening. Seriously, have you read them? If not, take a few moments and check them out. We're talking Apocalyptic readings! Death, famine, earthquakes, fire, and angels with sickles. It's certainly not what I like dancing around in my mind as I put up the Christmas lights on the house! Although I haven't posted much about the readings, they have been haunting me all week. So, I had to take some time and ask myself, "What is it about...

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3 Gift Ideas that put Christ back in Christmas

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3 Gift Ideas that put Christ back in Christmas

I’m sure you’ve heard of the latest rage for this Christmas season. It’s the newest thing everyone is talking about and everyone must have. It is an upside-down Christmas tree. I’m not joking! Hammacher Schlemmer was selling these trees for almost $500 but now they are sold out. The ad states, “this unique 7' pre-lit fir is inverted to ensure a smaller footprint for less-spacious areas, and allowing more room for the accumulation of presents underneath.” This is a very popular item and many people buy them either for the shock value or to display ornament collections and I see no “evil” connection or anti-Christmas...

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