Monthly Archives: February 2013

Birth of Evangelization PART 2

Okay, so the day after I wrote the post about evangelization, I ran across this lecture by the great Peter Kreeft on ecumenism. Check it. http://www.peterkreeft.com/audio/03_ecumenism/peter-kreeft_ecumenism_.mp3 If you don’t have time to listen to it, I’ll try to sum it … Continue reading

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The Birth of Evangelization

I’ve always wanted to put into words how to properly evangelize, but there were two things holding me back: 1) I didn’t know how to do it; 2) I wasn’t listening to people who did. I always knew there was … Continue reading

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The Birth of Sabbath

I love my job. Teaching high school has a lot of perks other jobs don’t: I get to meet hundreds of new people every year, get to stay active most of the day, get to read and talk about cool … Continue reading

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The Birth of Petitions

Today I was sitting in Mass and a thought I’ve often had popped in my head. As the Prayers of the Faithful wrapped up, our priest said what he always says at that point: “Father, we ask you for what … Continue reading

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The Death of Facebook

About three or four months ago, I got rid of my Facebook account. It’s been a good couple of months. I canceled my account because there was nothing about Facebook that was leading me towards Christ. I was wasting my … Continue reading

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Running and the Birth of Just Enough

A while back, I wrote a post about the time I almost ran a full marathon. Towards the end of it, I talked about how I would start training again, this time smarter and harder, so that I could accomplish … Continue reading

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