Monthly Archives: April 2012

How Do You Know?

Since the last post, God’s plan has been on my mind a lot. Discernment is not a one-time thing; we must re-evaluate what it is God wants us to be doing each day, or this year, or with our life. … Continue reading

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The Death of My Plans

One of the difficult things about being Catholic is figuring out “God’s Plan” for your life. What does He want you to do? How do you know? What happens if you don’t follow His plan? How does our free will … Continue reading

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Response to a Response: The Sex Scandal of the Catholic Clergy

Part of a response from a former classmate to my post “How Death Makes Babies”: “One wonders how responsible the repression of sex has been for [the sexual abuse of children by some Catholic priests]. God’s ‘too worthy’ have crippled … Continue reading

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How Death Makes Babies

As I said in my last post, my baby daughter was born on March 29th. As I write this (one-handed, with my laptop balancing on the armrest of my recliner), I am experiencing what is perhaps the best moment of … Continue reading

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Who Would You Die For?

If I asked people who they would be willing to die for, I would imagine most responses would sound pretty similar. Perhaps I would find a few heroes willing to lay their lives down for strangers in need. Maybe there … Continue reading

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The Death of Catholicism

I am going to die. Perhaps today. This is a reality that I cannot escape. As a matter of fact, at this point in my life, I have no desire to. But there was a time when that was not … Continue reading

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