Topic: bean

People use lists to remember things. They do come in handy, don't they? So handy, that even a book can be simply an elaboration of a list, as in the Stephen R Covey classic, The 7 Habits of Highly Eff ... discuss

These are fun for the same reason I like reading Grace Livingston Hill, the little homely details of the time.  Typos are mine. On Saturday just before Easter Mrs. White took Helen to the store to bu ... discuss

Sunday night I stayed up late trying to sync my iPhone. If you know how disobedient iTunes can be, and how long it takes you to back up purchases on your iPhone when you haven’t done it, (like, ... discuss

H/T Cry and Howl - From Sstorm0730's Blog Dear Mr. Obama husband, wife, sibling or child of a U.S. Military Veteran who sat (forgotten and neglected) on a waiting list with the Veteran's Administrati ... discuss

I have to admit something of my own struggles in order to properly introduce this book. I'm the type of person who struggles with anxiety and under-confidence on a continual basis...A few months ago, ... discuss

I've been rather neglectful of Goodreads for awhile, so I thought I'd try to catch up a little here.Finished Books:Deathbed Conversions by Karen EdmistenLoved this - especially since I'm already a pre ... discuss

Over the past few years it has been my blessed privledge to honor San Giuseppe by putting in a plug for the Virtual St. Joseph Altar that was started by Evann Duplantier in 1999. (This is the 16th yea ... discuss

Find more great family recipes and meal planning assistance at Dine Without Whine. Black Bean and Corn Enchilada Egg Bake Makes 12 servings Ingredients: 10 (6-inch) corn tortillas 1 (15-ounce) can bl ... discuss

The chief of a foundation set up to help disabled people in life-threatening situations is warning Americans that the horrors his sister faced before her death a few years ago, and those burdens now b ... discuss

After the holidays, it’s not unusual for many of us to experience a dip in energy and need a nice cup of coffee to get us going. It’s amazing how people on the other side of the world appreciate c ... discuss

Today, we reverted to an old family tradition: we spent almost the entire morning doing morning chores, cleaning bedrooms, and catching up on laundry because we let things fall apart over the weekend. ... discuss

Over the weekend I was given a large bag full of green tomatillos! (Squee!!)  We love tomatillos but usually have to resort to the grocery store variety.  Luckily for us, the recent hard fre ... discuss

I've seen those pictures of pregnant women painting their big bellies to look like basketballs or pumpkins or what-have-you, but that's just not me.  I find it mildly repulsive.  I find it ... discuss

Hey there! This is the final stop in the Small Steps Blog Tour, hosted at CatholicMom.com to celebrate the release of the latest CatholicMom.com book, Small Steps for Catholic Moms: Your Daily Call to ... discuss

Season three of the CatholicTV Network’s series for Catholic women, The Gist, airs this fall with all new shows. Tune in every Tuesday morning at 11 for a new episode of the CatholicTV show fo ... discuss

My friend and I sometimes talk about life and religion after mass. I asked him recently if he had ever had a mystical moment. His instant reply was, “Yes. And it changed me.” The way was o ... discuss

I saw this on a friends Facebook page, and I hope I am not overstepping any bounds, but I figured since I can’t responsibly do much on the financial end the least I could do was spread the word ... discuss

A significant number of evangelicals believe both that homosexuality is a sin and civil unions for same-sex couples should be legal, according to research recently presented at the American Sociologic ... discuss

-By Warner Todd Huston The police state strikes again. In a major over-the-top reaction, police taserd and shot bean bags at a 95-year-old military veteran, killing him, after he refused medical treat ... discuss

So let's recap. The Texas legislature decides to consider a bill that would (a) restrict the killing of babies once the mom is in her fifth month of pregnancy and (b) apply the same health ... discuss

You are a "Survivor"? It's getting unbearable to read all the news and news articles about abortions that have gone on at 9 months pregnant, of triplets, of women who say, "I just don't want these bab ... discuss

Next time someone asks you why you want the right to keep and bear arms, keep this story in your thoughts. Mother and her 12 year old son, viciously gang raped, sodomized and beaten in horrific h ... discuss

When was the last time your doctor said, "Eat as much of your favorite food as often as you want?" To those of us whose teeth are almost permanently sweet, this is a welcome but fanciful idea. Yet thi ... discuss

There is an AP story out saying the abortion rates have dropped by 5% in the past year. Sounds like good news but I find some interesting points in the story. You need to learn to read these stories w ... discuss

Every year, the President of the United States declares a national Day of Thanksgiving. This tradition began with our first President, George Washington, and continues to this day. Eventually, the dat ... discuss

 Many people are upset with the fact that many storeas are now going to be open on Thanksgiving Day in order for people to shop. & many store employees are unhappy that they will now have to work ... discuss

by Jennifer Fulwiler November 1, 2012 (NCRegister.com) - I was sitting on a bean bag in my dorm room when I got the call. It was a friend of mine—let’s call her “Sara”—an ... discuss

I've seen those pictures of pregnant women painting their big bellies to look like basketballs or pumpkins or what-have-you, but that's just not me.  I find it mildly repulsive.  I find it ... discuss

by Hilary White LONDON, October 26, 2012, (LifeSiteNews.com) – Rowan Atkinson, one of Britain’s most popular film and television comedy stars, has told the government that the hate speech provisio ... discuss

You look great! How did you do it? This is what people say ever since I lost 50 pounds. They don’t say, “You look like you lost weight!” They say, “You look great!” Now I realize that I a ... discuss

“All the days of the earth, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, night and day, shall not cease.”  DRA (Read this scripture and more at http://prayerpivot.com) When somet ... discuss

One of Obama's former classmates says that he claimed to be of royal lineage. All this and more from the folks at Pajamas Media.Meanwhile, elsewhere on (and this week, above) planet Earth:• In what ... discuss

Joe Biden: “Under Law Planned Parenthood Can’t Perform Abortions” Campaigning in Wisconsin, pro-abortion Vice President Joe Biden misled voters today by saying Planned Parenthood, the nation ... discuss

Last night Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Paul Ryan engaged in the one and only vice presidential debate of the 2012 election cycle. I thought Biden lost hands down, coming across as a snide, rude, ... discuss

In yesterday's debate, Vice President Joe Biden said that, as a Catholic, he accepts the position of his church regarding the ethics of abortion, then added:But I refuse to impose it on equally devout ... discuss

At the end of last night’s Vice-Presidential debate, Martha Raddatz asked Ryan and Biden a question key to pro-lifers — how their Catholic faith influenced their position on abortion. Ryan ... discuss

Congressman Ryan, I listened to your debate tonight with Vice President Joe Biden.  Being a pro-life leader, I will focus on that area of the debate.  When the moderator, Martha Raddatz, to ... discuss

Over the weekend I was given a large bag full of green tomatillos! (Squee!!)  We love tomatillos but usually have to resort to the grocery store variety.  Luckily for us, the recent hard fre ... discuss

Check out this website I found at townhall.com Nancy Carvalho, director of food services for New Bedford Public Schools, was quoted as saying that hummus and black bean salads have been toug ... discuss

I was hoping I'd have more time to update with all the fun things we are doing, and yet we are so very busy I have  not had time!  We have spent the first two weeks of school exploring and l ... discuss

30 years ago, as our long time readers know, the HM and I got married and promptly lost our jobs.  We had lived like grasshoppers and winter came hard and fast.  We had no savings and several very s ... discuss

This isn’t exactly what we did- I have exchanged two of the meals we used that were more involved to prepare with two recipes that are much easier to prepare. I reduced the ingredients so that, ... discuss

I began a sort of OAMC (once a month cooking, or bulk cooking, or freezer meals) tutorial here. I gave a list of the recipes we’d be using after inventory of our freezer here. For other recipes, ... discuss

Un corredor de atletismo saca la Biblia tras ganar una de las competiciones.El domingo 19 de agosto de 2012 pude ver la película "Carros de fuego" (Reino Unido 1981), un clásico del cine mundial. La ... discuss

Telling Obama to stop his gutter politics is like telling a leopard to lose his spots.It'll get worse when he lets his unions, illegals, Communists and occupiers loose. Better get something now - even ... discuss

Part One: For beginners: get a book with a pre-made OAMC plan and follow the directions step by step.  When you’re done, sit down with your feet up and take notes, what worked, what didn’ ... discuss

Pip inventoried the freezer for me and asked me to make a list of freezer meals for us to prepare. She left some lovely editorial comments next to some of the items: Cherry Berry Blend: smoooooooooooo ... discuss

Romney aide tells reporters to ‘shove it,’ ‘kiss my ass’ From National Post By Josh Visser WARSAW, POLAND - JULY 31: U.S. Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gove ... discuss

I'm very blessed to have a very possible future daughter-in-law who's graced our family with visits on several occasions and who consistently brings out the best in those about her - including but no ... discuss

Ten years or so ago, I attended a Mother's Group picnic at a local park. People were supposed to bring a dish to pass and their own meat to grill and drinks. That part was fine, but when we got t ... discuss

Some people believe in the Six Degrees of Separation Theory. Even if we are all connected in ways we cannot know I believe the world is filled with strangers. Day by day the bean counting pencil pushe ... discuss

Some people believe in the Six Degrees of Separation Theory: the idea that everyone in the world is separated from everyone else by six links. Some people believe all of us are in this thing together ... discuss

An article published today in the Gloucestershire Echo, in the UK quotes a leader at the National Pensioner's Convention suggesting that euthanasia might be the only option available for people who ar ... discuss

Blogging certainly has its psychological benefits.  I can spew out all of my frustrations, anxiety, and problems, then through the magic of the internet, receive a dozen or so suggestions, pick-m ... discuss

I promise you, this post has nothing whatsoever to do with Gavin DeGraw, so bear with me when I mention his name in the first sentence.The other day Gavin posted on his Twitter page, "Woke up in Chica ... discuss

It slipped my notice that Kraft Foods had photoshopped an Oreo with gay-pride colors for an ad.Thank God it’s not a real cookie; Michael Bloomberg would be so torn! On the one hand, it’s d ... discuss

Sometimes the truth of who I am knocks me down a few notches. Today I’m little. Thanks to seeing myself as I really am. Inadequate. Not enough. And still struggling with shame. I’m discov ... discuss

"Elections Aren't Won by Who Voted, They're Lost by Who Didn't" ~~ rfh     As tensions rise around the world against invading hordes of illegal immi ... discuss

I received some wonderful non-book gifts (Wrath of Khan Director's Cut DVD, come to mama! And the new crucifix that is now gracing our living room ...) but for this crowd, I know that quite often the ... discuss

When you’re while in the year in the bug, it truly is thought about with panic for individuals who endure hypersensitive reactions. But even though you may not get these side effects will still ... discuss

Click here to view the embedded video. I see so many churches serving Starbucks coffee, and then talk about how pro-life they are. If you’re pro-life, you might want to reconsider giving patron ... discuss

Click here to view the embedded video.I see so many churches serving Starbucks coffee, and then talk about how pro-life they are. 217;re pro-life, you might want to reconsider giving patronage to St ... discuss

This year in Canada 1,000 people will reach age 65 every day. This will continue every day until the year 2029. This aging tsunami sweeping over Canada will bring changes that we cannot even envision ... discuss

I'm not sure how they compiled this list, or if they just made it up. It's an interesting conversation piece, nonetheless. We always had a name for my first daughter, so she didn't have a nickname. ... discuss

The first time I head the title of Hallie Lord’s new bookgued:Then I saw the list of formidable female writers Hallie had assembled to write ten frank, strong, funny, thoughtful and wrenching es ... discuss

from Jill Stanek.comby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and KelliWe welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.c ... discuss

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com. Mommy Life see ... discuss

And so it begins.Late Night with Jimmy Fallon highlighted Mitt Romney in the "Pros and Cons" bit on Tuesday, looking at the pros and cons of a Mitt Romney presidency.PRO: He's not Newt Gingrich, Ron P ... discuss

It sounds weird, and it took me a while to get up the courage to try.  But you know what?  They’re really good. No hint of bean flavor with unsalted homecooked beans.  Just a rich chocolatey ... discuss

I’m working on a post about Black Bean Brownies (would you ever try them?), but in the meantime you might want to test drive this coupon code.  Just click the coupon and my affiliate link will ... discuss

Breakfast: Crockpot grain cereal- which can be made with any grains at all, and in just about any combination- buckwheat, millet, oat groats, quinoa, amaranth, kamut, spelt, even rice or wheat berrie ... discuss

You’ve heard of $5 dinners, but they usually feed 4 or maybe 6 people.  Today, the 4 Moms are going to try to do better.  Really?  Is it possible to make dinner for $.50/person? In an attempt ... discuss

 The Four Moms are:  Kimberly at Raising Olives Connie, at Smockity Frocks Kim at Life in a Shoe And me!! This week we're sharing recipes, with a focus on extreme frugality. We want ... discuss

From the Daily Mail, one of the weirder stories of the day: Just a few minutes of listening to mainstream rock music such as Bruce Springsteen and the White Stripes is enough to make white students fo ... discuss

 Happy Birthday Granny Tea!! Breakfast: Omelettes Easy Overnight Crockpot oat groats cereal Oatmeal muffins made with leftover oat groat cereal Lunch: Curried bean and rice salad, using wild ... discuss

Andrew Brietart Pix Via Wikepedia "How do you save the world, you want to know? Wade into the fire. Don't be afraid to engage in the culture war that we're now waging. And show no fear. I repeat, sh ... discuss

We love Tex-mex, and I especially love enchiladas.  They’re a great way to stretch meat and nobody will even think of complaining.  If your family enjoys beans, you can even skip the meat alt ... discuss

These sentences actually appeared in church bulletins or were announced inchurch services. The Fasting & Prayer Conference includes meals.--------------------------The sermon this morning: 'Jesus ... discuss

This week’s giveaway is baby themed for a very good reason, and I’m celebrating that reason with a round-up of some of my past baby posts: All About Parker – Parker’s first bi ... discuss

Opposites might attract when it comes to spouses, according to an article in today's Wall Street Journal, but I don't think it works that way in mother-daughter relationships.Right now I'm responding ... discuss

Just to get you started - here are my links for Lent and Easter.  I'll be adding more as time permits and they will be placed in my Lent links pages.  Enjoy! Shrove Tuesday/Mardi Gras Fr ... discuss

Note: These are my notes from the talk I gave at the Kolbe Academy Homeschool Conference in July 2011. I am giving a webinar on a related topic with Homeschool Connections on February 28, 2012 (Please ... discuss

Breakfast custard pies- making these in heart-shaped tins for Valentine's Day Once again, My fabulously frugal, easy, crockpot full of cooked grains for breakfast.  I can get a crockpot full of ... discuss

The Great Birth Control Rule debacle is coming to an end with the unconstitutionalists in the Obama Administration taking a step back in their drive to “transform” America from a constitut ... discuss

James 4:17So whoever knows the right thing to do and fails to do it, for him it is sin. More choppy waters on the home front. And a safe harbor at the end of the day. Our struggling son has ONE ally i ... discuss

It’s difficult to think about anything but politics when it’s been such a big news week. But I wanted to say thanks to The Anchoress, to my co-hosts, Kathy Schiffer and Father Longenecker, ... discuss

We hear much talk about how the health care system should take “quality of life” of the patient into account in medical decision making.  This issue is discussed in the Health Blog over a ... discuss

In the news: Starbucks: Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage ‘Is Core to Who We Are and What We Value’My reaction:  This story brings up an interesting discussion concerning the “principle of legit ... discuss

Here’s how it started: Click here to view the embedded video. And here’s what it devolved into. As you can see the anarchist kids wearing black (with faces covered) have homemade riot shie ... discuss

.OPINION SPACEMars Trip Postponed IndefinitelyIn 2003 we are probably further from Mars than ever beforeby Robert N. GoingAmsterdam - Mar 20, 2003So, I guess I won't be going to Mars after all. Ab ... discuss

This post isn't just for dieters.  It's also useful for diabetics who want to focus on foods that won't spike blood sugars, and for mommies of toddlers like my Equuschick was and like her son is ... discuss

Remember the book of which I am one-tenth? Simcha's giving away two copies of Style, Sex, and Substance. She wrote the chapter on motherhood, I wrote the chapter on spiritual strength, and the ot ... discuss

Rubens; Saturn Devouring his ChildThe president, whose administration last Friday declared that religiously-founded institutions — schools, hospitals and charities — have no right to thei ... discuss

A couple of years ago I started to dabble in Scrabble on Facebook.  I had never Scrabbled before and I wrote about that learning curve. Now, according to the Scrabble tally, I have played exactly 300 ... discuss

Breakfasts: TVP 'Oatmeal' for the low-carber. REgular oatmeal for the rest of the family. Me: Omelettes Microwave Shirred Eggs Bacon or sausage The rest of the fam can choose from one of these reci ... discuss

Pro-aborts are in an uproar over pro-life activist Randall Terry’s latest stunt: by running for president in the Democratic primary, he’s been able to sidestep FCC rules against running political ... discuss

Pro-aborts are in an uproar over pro-life activist Randall Terry’s latest stunt: by running for president in the Democratic primary, he’s been able to sidestep FCC rules against running political ... discuss

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One of the newer members of our homeschool group put together a nice family pot luck/Epiphany party for our group. It was simple, educational, and a nice reason for our group to get together. After g ... discuss

Outside my window... An eagle's nest caught just north of here by an Ohio photographer on Flickr. I am thinking... about how much I got done over the past three weeks.  The week before Chris ... discuss

Breakfasts: The Cherub eats oatmeal. Everybody else fends for themselves. Green Smoothies are highly advised. So are eggs or almond coconut pancakes (which are good spread with nutbutter and jam) ... discuss

Geri's full name was Marylene Geraldine Elder Lamphere Nyman.Geri's Story -- as found at the Beatitudes Campus Blog. April 05, 2011 at 12:00 PM -- Introduction: Geri Nyman, who turns 91 ... discuss

This is a very good article which first appeared in The American Prospect on how the American Left was tagged with the cultural snobbery/”elitist” label (class warfare anyone?) which I for ... discuss

Merry Christmas to you all. Tonight Claire and I are enjoying a pretty rare experience for us in this season; namely, spending a quiet evening at home. Tomorrow things will kick into high gear again b ... discuss

article source: http://prayinjesusname.org/blog_post/show/75 Corroborating Source/Proof Articles:  American Family Association (AFA) Naughty and Nice List of Stores who Ban Christmas Many stores ... discuss

article source: http://prayinjesusname.org/blog_post/show/75 Corroborating Source/Proof Articles:  American Family Association (AFA) Naughty and Nice List of Stores who Ban ChristmasMany stores ... discuss

Ben called today and told me one of the pieces of music he is working on right now at Eastman is "Last Letter Home," based on the words of Pfc. Jesse A. Givens. While on duty in Iraq, Givens wrote ... discuss

I have been spending quite a lot of time looking at nutrition recently and I thought it would be interesting to record and analyse what I eat each day to see how well I am actually doing rather than j ... discuss

BreakfastBaked porridge served with yoghurtOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunchChicken sandwichOrange juiceDinnerSpinach and Bean curry served with riceOrange juiceKombuchaEvening SnacksFruit nut and chocolat ... discuss

BreakfastToasted sourdough fruit loaf with home made low sugar marmaladeTeaOrange juiceKombuchaLunch Tinned Sardines in Tomato Sauce on sourdough toastOrange juice30g Chocolate ... discuss

1. started a few weeks ago when I asked my sister if she wanted to plan our annual Thanksgiving and she informed me that she already had-  we just weren't a part of it. Her kids were going to ... discuss

Tomorrow we will have a national day of thanksgiving and celebrate it with lots of food.  Do people really understand the reason for this holiday?  Yes, we've all heard the stories of the pi ... discuss

Betty Beguiles,aka Hallie Lord,aka "She has a book coming out and I'm in it!"A summary from Hallie: In Style, Sex, and Substance: 10 Catholic Women Consider the Things that Really Matter, ten of ... discuss

This post isn’t about the propriety of the death penalty so much as it is about the dangers and profound crassness of utilitarian philosophy.  Peter Singer has stated that if he was convinced ... discuss

In the adoption world, much is made of the concept of "bonding". Children who are not bonding with their new families in the allotted length of time (usually 6 months) are suspected of having attachm ... discuss

Ironic Catholic's putting out the call ... to help them answer their call to adopt adorable Alex from Russia.Click through to see Alex and donate to the adoption fund. Prayers are always good, but pra ... discuss

We have moved! Republic Affair Description – Defending the Wall -Challenging Traditional Narratives -Cultivating Honest Thinking Reality – Morality – Psyche (True-Good-Beautiful) Website www ... discuss

More of the ways that google searchers found Life in a Shoe.  What do you think of the title this time?  Don’t you absolutely adore alliteration? my phone is smarter than me – I hope yo ... discuss

Yesterday, my Beloved Husband and I swung by our new farmer's market on the way to picking up the Darling Munchkin from school (she'd been on an overnight "bonding" trip with her class). Unfortunately ... discuss

Tonight the firm I work for sponsored an evening at the Tulsa Drillers baseball game on the Tiki Deck on the third base end of Oneok Field. This is the view of downtown Tulsa from Oneok Field. O ... discuss

LA Times‘ business columnist, David Lazarus (who I knew slightly when he worked at the SF Chronicle), writes about a man who just died of cancer after a private insurance company refused to pay ... discuss

BreakfastsOmelettes or home-made granola and yogurt Lunch Spiced lentil soup with roasted tomatoes, from The Nourished Kitchen Zucchini boats stuffed with ground beef (I'll be using ground beef he ... discuss

Over the next couple of days I will be posting things for sale.  I want to eliminate the Ebay middleman who takes a huge chunk of profit for himself.  Yes, once again, things are desperate e ... discuss

True Dignity Vermont confirmed that Stephen Kimbell, the man who is implementing health care reform in Vermont is in fact counting on the legalization of assisted suicide in Vermont as a cost saving ... discuss

Video: Chicago Lollapalooza Gate-Crashers Police said hundreds of gate-crashers and fence-jumpers stormed various barricades at Chicago’s Lollapalooza in Grant Park Sunday evening. Lollapalooza ... discuss

Below are some bookmarked posts from my recent reading.  Maybe you'll enjoy them too. Things Anthony SaysSource: Backwoods MomWhen Anthony came to us he was six years old.  That very first day we kn ... discuss

"This is a verbatim transcription of the sentence from United States of America v. Gonzales, imposed upon the defendant convicted of murder in the Federal District Court of the Territory of New Mexico ... discuss

Stories like this drive me crazy.  A for-profit hospice is being sued for allowing one of its patients to have maggots in a wound without treatment.  The excuse given is utterly unacceptable.  From ... discuss

At Catholic OnlineNext week is Natural Family Planning Awareness Week.  (Do we get thermometer pins?)  Talking about NFP tends to be awkward because it’s so personal and it rapidly descend ... discuss

Here's a link to a post that transcribes Bill Cosby's speech at an event commemorating the 50th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education. You're probably familiar with his "young people are selling ... discuss

In between all the rain last week and this week, we worked in the garden every day planting more garden seeds and continuing to do battle against the weeds.    It’s still not completely up ... discuss

Pix Via Animal New York Bill Smith, Editor: You may recall the resent report in the news about the Dept. of Education being allowed to have and use a SWAT team to break down the down the door and e ... discuss

Very strange ... I made a couple of minor corrections, and it re-published. This is probably due to the issues Blogger was having last weekend (5/13/11). Ah, well, here it is again: Do enough readi ... discuss

I have been spending quite a lot of time looking at nutrition recently and I thought it would be interesting to record and analyse what I eat each day to see how well I am actually doing rather than j ... discuss

BreakfastBaked porridge served with yoghurtOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunchChicken sandwichOrange juiceDinnerSpinach and Bean curry served with riceOrange juiceKombuchaEvening SnacksFruit nut and chocolat ... discuss

BreakfastToasted sourdough fruit loaf with home made low sugar marmaladeTeaOrange juiceKombuchaLunch Tinned Sardines in Tomato Sauce on sourdough toastOrange juice30g Chocolate ... discuss

After years of policies expanding the national government until it employed 1/3 of the workforce and expanding their social welfare net into a hammock for those who chose not to work the International ... discuss

And thank you Brian Patrick for covering so much important information in our interview! Brian understands that when you disrespect the right to life of those with Down syndrome, all our dignity is di ... discuss

The demographic winter which is the inevitable result of an aging population with two few young people is a major problem, but it does offer one distinct advantage -- the ability to find modest bathin ... discuss

In the photo above you'll see on the mantel our Advent calendar* and our O'Antiphon House* on either side of this season's "watch word", AWAIT. I actually wanted to use the word PREPARE, but ... discuss

Do enough reading around the Catholic blogosphere, and you’ll see some anonymous “Bright” who’s left a sneering comparison between belief in God and belief in Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, f ... discuss

Faith & Family's current pro-life issue - under the editorial oversight of Danielle Bean - features a handsome young man with Down syndrome on the cover: Special Needs, Special Blessings ... discuss

One of the many things I love about being Catholic is how we always have something to celebrate, especially now that we're in the glorious season of Easter. This last Sunday not only was Divine Mercy ... discuss

Enter our current giveaway for a beautiful FlexiClip Well, the Headmistress may like to talk about food on the second Thursday of every month, but my favorite is the fourth week of the month, in wh ... discuss

Outside my window... Gray, wet, raining - again! I am thinking... about the Easter weekend!  Definitely a time for prayer, reflection, preparation and celebration!  We started out on Maudy ... discuss

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I have been reading Ann Voskamp's One Thousand Gifts for the past several weeks. It has taken me quite a while to get through the whole book because I had to stop and digest several times, but I can ... discuss

Outside my window... If it doesn't get sunny and warm soon I think I will lose my mind!  Rain, rain, rain and a wet basement - I'm really tired of it. Although it is kind of fitting for Holy ... discuss

Edward Feser describes the temporizing priest: the priest who is not necessarily unorthodox, but who dilutes Catholic teaching in his speech: Here’s how the temporizing approach works. Where the li ... discuss

THE BATTLESThere are three major battles to be fought in the War on Spending. Emulating the Lefts’ fondness of word crafting maybe “War on Spending” should be called “Domestic Monetary Defecat ... discuss

It’s dated tomorrow but it’s up now at the Wall Street Journal. Here’s the big picture: The president’s recent budget proposal would accelerate America’s descent into a ... discuss

Hallie Lord  I didn't sleep much the night before,  I was worried about having a backache when I drive (turns out I was right, four hours on the road gave me a bad backache), and, knowi ... discuss

St. Agnes Church, St. Paul, MN Father Longenecker has posted a very interesting article on his blog Standing on My Head about whether beautiful churches produce vocations. As someone very ... discuss

BreakfastToasted sourdough fruit loaf with home made low sugar marmaladeTeaOrange juiceKombuchaLunch Tinned Sardines in Tomato Sauce on sourdough toastOrange juice30g Chocolate ... discuss

Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the entire world, consumed and loved by millions of people on a daily basis. The coffee (http://verdecoffee.com/) bean industry has grown up surrounded ... discuss

Throughout history more lives have been changed through books than by any other means. Books are important. Reading is important. Charles Spurgeon, the prince of preachers, wrote: “The man who ... discuss

It's true.  It's only Sunday night and I don't feel like eating dinner yet, so I'm working on making our menu for this next week.  The thing is, our baby is due just about any day and I real ... discuss

es alternative menu for browsers lacking flash support; also gets profiles for column 1--> "contentlink">MIKE PENCERECLAIMING THE REPUBLICAN PARTY ANDTHE AMERICAN DREAMbyChris Dicksonhttp://mikepen ... discuss

Here's where I get to share my VERY favorite Catholic websites, blogs, podcasts, apps and more with you. Today's the day when Catholic bloggers, facebookers and tweeters are telling the world about t ... discuss

Faith & Family Magazine Hosts “Mom’s Day Away” April RetreatRegistration is now open for this event in Stoneham, MassachusettsNew London, Conn. (March 2, 2011) —Faith and Family magazine has b ... discuss

HT: Dorothy Following is a copy of an article written by Spanish writer Sebastian Vilar Rodrigez and published in a Spanish newspaper on Jan. 15, 2008. It doesn't take much imagination to extrapola ... discuss

Should have known it wasn’t going to be just another dog walk. As we came up on Saint Monica the little white paper bags with lighted tea candles places out on the sidewalk and a much larger-th ... discuss

e went to the League of Women Voters Candidate’s Forum at Grayslake Central High School. The auditorium was  packed and people had to have tickets to get in. Tickets were limited to 400. We arr ... discuss

The environmental 10:10:10 campaign is using October 10, 2010, as a day to launch an initiative asking the world to cut down on carbon usage by 10% a year to avert perceived man made global warming. ... discuss

BreakfastBaked porridge served with yoghurtOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunchChicken sandwichOrange juiceDinnerSpinach and Bean curry served with riceOrange juiceKombuchaEvening SnacksFruit nut and chocolat ... discuss

I have been spending quite a lot of time looking at nutrition recently and I thought it would be interesting to record and analyse what I eat each day to see how well I am actually doing rather than j ... discuss

Allowing people to make their own informed decisions regarding the extent of end-of-life medical treatment is crucial to respecting all people as persons.  Indeed, that view was first promoted by the ... discuss

I saw this on an email list and thought it would be great for the open Wednesday post. I contacted the author and am printing excatly what he wrote below. Now, its very long, but also very interesti ... discuss

Well kids, you did it. What can I say but THANK YOU? It was you who brought The City to second to last place for the Best Presentation award in the 2006 Catholic Blog Awards, ensuring that Brother T ... discuss

The Democrats say they are feeling "relevant" this year. When I read that headline, I thought they must have had some heavy hitters come to town, or at least have plans to perhaps see the candidates t ... discuss

Bart Stupak is the new Democrat Party It Guy. Lots of opinion ranging from duping us to duping himself. But I think the pressure to conform just became too great - good, old fashioned peer pressur ... discuss

Coffee.First thing I do, every morning, is brew a pot of liquid sunshine. I need it so. I cannot bear to think of life without it.Chances are, after the Peakalypse, Juan Valdez may be still roaming ... discuss

I saw this on an email list and thought it would be great for the open Wednesday post. I contacted the author and am printing excatly what he wrote below. Now, its very long, but also very interesti ... discuss

They're telling lies about my friend Joe Walsh, whom I've endorsed for Congress in the Illinois 8th District. They're saying he's not pro-life. As evidence, they're citing his position when he first ... discuss

esentative Bean, Last April, my mother went in for a colonoscopy. Her doctor recommended it because she was presenting with anemia and having some gastro-intestinal discomfort. She’ll be 70 year ... discuss

Earlier this week an initial opposition memo was released through various media channels (e.g. Michelle Malkin) with some limited background information on the candidates considered most likely to be ... discuss

Every time I turn around I have another press release or story in my email about another bishop boycotting another commencement ceremony at a Catholic college, because one of the speakers is pro-abort ... discuss

Gary Bauer, Campaign for Working Families: President Obama’s press conference last night was big on fear and short on facts. Once again, he warned the country that our “crisis” will become a “ ... discuss

Keeping in mind that currently "Freedom of Choice" is a three-word euphemism for a national act (FOCA) Obama has promised which would repeal all state laws and regulations of abortions - granting wom ... discuss

Hollywood is full of hypocrites.Over fifty years after the era of the "Red Scare" and blacklisting, it still elicts strong emotions.Members of the Hollywood elite, who weren't alive during the proceed ... discuss

It's not about choice for women at all. Pregnant women can't take choose to take drugs or alcohol and damage their babies with impunity. Most abortions are about what is convenient for women, their c ... discuss

ONE of the "bundlers" who has raised $50,000 to $100,000 for the Barack Obama presidential campaign is Terrence Bean, who once controlled the biggest producer of gay porn in America. Bean, the first g ... discuss

The thought occurred to me while I was rejoicing in Senator McCain's good taste: should the mother of an infant, much less an infant with Down syndrome be seeking even more responsibility than she alr ... discuss

Over at Faith & Family Live, Danielle Bean's hosting a discussion about whether a mom with an infant has any bi'nness running for Veep. I'm amazed at how pro-Palin the comments running so far.Image fr ... discuss

Chaput & Conley. Rigali & Lori for the USCCB.Wuerl.Egan with a SCUD missile too delicious not to cite in full. Like many other citizens of this nation, I was shocked to learn that the Speaker of the H ... discuss

Contact: Dana Cody, Executive Director, Life Legal Defense Foundation, 916-727-4396 OAKLAND, Calif., Aug. 14 /Christian Newswire/ -- Today a writ challenging Alameda Superior Court Judge Sandra K. B ... discuss

Danielle BeanDanielle Bean writes an excellent article on what it means to be open to new life, even if life right now isn't perfect! She also brings up a good point about what a humbling experience ... discuss

These have been piling up and I apologize for not getting to them sooner. But there are tons of good things in here ... so jump in and check these out!The Faithful TravelerThe Shrine to Our Lady of th ... discuss

So much good and interesting reading ... so little time. So we're going to go with minimal commentary this time around.CANADA WATCHCanada is going through some sad times. Instructive to those of us wa ... discuss

ILLINOIS (21)Popolazione: 12.831.970 (5°)Capitale: Springfield (116,482)Città più grande: Chicago (2.896.016)Governatore: Rod Blagojevich (D)Senato: Richard Durbin (D); Barack Obama (D)Camera: DEM ... discuss

Why is dehydrating and starving a dying or disabled person becoming acceptable? Howls of outrage would be heard if the same thing was done to a crippled animal. Take away water from a dying man and it ... discuss

Sitting at work yesterday morning - trying to review a few surveys and keep up with the massive amounts of email coming in for this New York deal - I felt this 'pop - pop' feeling a bit lower than whe ... discuss

May I say she chose an excellent day to be born? ... discuss

When I think of dead stars Heath Ledger and Kurt Cobain, I think how comforted their families must be to have a piece of them left here on earth in their daughters, conceived in imperfect circumstance ... discuss

According to numerous news reports Courtney Love's doctor and manager advised her to abort her baby, Francis Bean, when she was six weeks in-utero. Why? Her doctor was concerned that Courtney's heroin ... discuss

A new book by former Nirvana manager Danny Goldberg reveals that Courtney Love was heavily pressured to have an abortion when she found out she was pregnant 16 years ago. A doctor at Cedars-Sinai Med ... discuss

News of tragically-troubled celebrity Courtney Love’s choice of life — rather than abortion — for her daughter 15 years ago tells many truths about a “woman’s right to ... discuss

How to Get out of Debt Seminar, Adding Coupons to Store Cards and a Contest » Blogging Away Debttags: homemaking, financeDanielle Bean » It’s about your house; It’s about your husband; It’s ab ... discuss

Here are some of the things My Domestic Church readers have been buying on Amazon!This nifty little item lets you read e-books without the computer! It's portable. This is the kind of item I would L ... discuss

Recently, my 5-year-old son and 3-year-old daughter have been enjoying a special addition to our nightly bedtime routine. Thanks to their Grandma, we have a jumbo-sized canister of gourmet jelly bea ... discuss

I did it again! Opened up dozens of interesting stories and blog posts and now I have too much to write about, so I’ll just link you to them! Remember Sandy Berger and his theft of Top Secret d ... discuss




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