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A while ago I was reading a financial blog that promised to save me 120 dollars a month in just minutes.  Here’s how: Switch from a cell phone postpaid to prepaid Change the cable plan from all ... discuss

If you asked a scientist to create a test-tube liberal, chances are his product couldn’t hold a candle to Maria Luisa Tucker. Tucker, a new mother, is celebrating the arrival of her little bundle of ... discuss

Books are free at the time I found the links and pasted them here. This changes sometimes, so be sure to note the price before you add it to your cart. Sometimes, for some reason, the links get stuck ... discuss

My current TV is probably ten or more years old. I suspect it is not nearly as "smart" as the new c*** coming out. It's only purpose is to periodically watch a movie. Potentially it will last for m ... discuss

Guy Fawkes or The Gunpowder Treason Extract: More than two hundred and thirty-five years ago, or, to speak with greater precision, in 1605, at the latter end of June, it was rumoured one morning in M ... discuss

After growing a starter from the wild (which was easier than I expected) and trying three quick breads, I was ready for a loaf of sourdough bread. I made just a basic long loaf of basic whole wheat s ... discuss

“One key — probably the most important one — to Charlemagne’s political thought is Augustine’s City of God, which, next to the Bible, was his favorite book. In reflecting on the temporal and ... discuss

For naïve followers, the notion that capital punishment is unfair is an uncritically accepted faith based on logical fallacies, unwarranted assumptions and insupportable assertions. For knowing leade ... discuss

There is a really interesting editorial in the Opinion Section of the New York Times.  It is an intensely personal piece written by a woman who had an abortion 20 years ago.  She had become ... discuss

All Saints Day is on a Saturday this year! So there should be ample time to celebrate this wonderful day in the liturgical year.Halloween, or All Hallows Eve is simply the night before the great feast ... discuss

CongressAnd No One Else’sby Seton Motley, Contributing Author: We have spent just about all of the Barack Obama Administration decrying its myriad abuses of powers it doesn’t have.Don’t Forget ... discuss

Today is the feast of St. Anthony Mary Claret -- a favorite saint that my husband introduced me to about twenty years ago when he gave a teaching on this incredible man of God. I don't think I have ev ... discuss

Tablecloths continue to be a popular home item, especially among women who value making their homes stand out over others. There are plenty of ways to buy table cloths, but it helps to see the item be ... discuss

After an evening of hourly wakings from a baby girl who just can't seem to adjust to the back and forth schedule between her parents and her foster parents, at 5:41 am I am awakened to "MOOOOOOOOOOOMM ... discuss

Leona Choy is an old friend (only 89) who I have never met personally but who is stitched to me with invisible threads. She writes so well, so clearly, that every now and then I just lift something f ... discuss

In October of 1956 my grandfather Des Nichols, a life-long resident of Rockton himself, attended an auction at the homestead of a Rockton pioneer family, the old Clizbe place at the corner of Clizbe A ... discuss

A chapter from my book, Where Do We Find Such Men? in remembrance of those who served on June 6, 1944. Brig. Gen. Allen Kimball is given the most important assignment of his life, and arguably the mo ... discuss

I have this horrible suspicion that he's trying to be funny.Comedian/activist Lee Camp asks, in the meme to your left, “Where is all the Christian outrage against GMO foods? The Lord’s creations w ... discuss

Chris White, of Bible Prophesy Talk, has done some extensive study of “Mystery Babylon”, also known as “The Woman Who Rides the Beast” as found in Revelation 17 & 18. He ... discuss

By Edward Pentin | Police have recovered the relic of Blessed Pope John Paul II almost a week after it was stolen from a church in central Italy. The piece of cloth, stained with the blood of the ... discuss

So they put the Pope on the cover of Rolling Stone - Don’t forget, they also clothed Jesus in fine cloth, gave Him a crown, and put a reed in His hand right before they crucified Him.   ... discuss

Featured Term (selected at random:WIMPLE A cloth (generally white) framing the face and drawn into folds under the chin; headdress once worn by laywomen, especially as a protection outdoors. It i ... discuss

Betrayal is the worst, and as far as Joseph knew, Mary had betrayed him. His fiance was pregnant. He had brutal, legal options available to him in this patriarchal society they lived in, yet he chose ... discuss

Fr. West and Metropolitan Tikhon in August 2013. Before beginning the North American leg of the From Ocean to Ocean Pilgrimage in Defense of Life, I met with His Beatitude, Metropolitan Tikhon, who le ... discuss

On Sunday, October 13, 2013 in Gdansk, Poland, birthplace of Poland’s famous “Solidarity” union, several thousand people gathered for the fourth March for Life and Family. Each year the ... discuss

SK Daniel J. Grieco: Beloved husband, father, friend and brother Knight. Dan Grieco (1948 – 2013) was in many ways the man I want to be when I grow up. Dan was one of the first people I met wh ... discuss

Small request - if you read this blog regularly, would you mind clicking on the Google Friend connect in the right side bar?  Thanks so much! Outside my window... By Moe DW on Flickr on my NE ... discuss

You’d think Catholic bishops would have more common sense – to say nothing of a better understanding of basic Catholic teachings. I thought they were smarter than that. Don’t they see th ... discuss

Tweetby Alanna GomezA person should consider their life well spent if they have made some substantial contribution to helping others. We consider people to be heroic when they have done something outs ... discuss

The face of an angel: Servant of God Augustine Tolton (1854-1897).He hath put down the mighty from their seat, and hath exalted the humble.  Luke 1:52Augustine Tolton began life on a Missouri pla ... discuss

I’m participating in Carbonell Olive Oil’s #DareToCarbonell campaign – highlighting their three distinctive flavors of Spanish olive oil – number one in Spain since 1866, and ... discuss

                                            Photo courtesy of Reuters/ Yuri Gripas"It ... discuss

12 Things That Remind me of the Resurrection StoryAdapted from the Resurrection Eggs by FamilyLife The Donkey: The donkey reminds us of Christ's triumphal entry into Jerusalem, during which the cro ... discuss

Cloth Diaper Guru posted an article by guest writer Beth Leistensnider, founder and president of CatBird Baby Inc. Her company’s mission is to create beautiful, functional, and modern products that ... discuss

Today commemorates the 236th anniversary of the adoption of the Star Spangled Banner (aka the Stars and Stripes) by the Second Continental Congress as the national flag of the United States. In recogn ... discuss

Whether you're Protestant or Catholic, a \"saint of the day\" book is an inspirational daily read. Most of these people lived and worshipped before the splits in the church. May 20 is Bernadine of Sie ... discuss

Make no mistake, humans are a strange bunch! All over the world they take part in weird and wonderful festivals and celebrations while we all look on in wonderment! Here are a few of the best, or def ... discuss

Therese was a little shocked at loosing her clothes and everything else she had brought with here.  Not too far a head was a line of brush so her ran over to it and hid.  Her fear of being n ... discuss

The shroud of Turin is probably my favorite artifact and I’ve written about it repeatedly.  Also my favorite “picture” of Jesus is that of the face seen on the shroud. Ever since I ... discuss

A new book may disprove claims that the linen cloth bearing Jesus’ image is an elaborate fake. Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer Plugin for wordpress. ... discuss

Fibrils from one of the image areas of the Shroud. Just when you think you’ve debunked a religious artifact good and proper …. Many people who only know that the Shroud of Turin is alleged ... discuss

Vatican Insider reports:New scientific experiments carried out at the University of Padua have apparently confirmed that the Shroud Turin can be dated back to the 1st century AD. This makes its co ... discuss

As I type this, heads are no doubt exploding at the publication for which John Allen works. Allen, who writes the only column I bother reading at NCReporter, has this report today:For those tempted to ... discuss

I recently wrote a post on Dave Armstrong's defence of the Immaculate Conception. Armstrong responded to my post and we had a little bit of back interaction in the comments section of his blog. I ... discuss

The following is Part 7 of an open letter to Colonel Vaughn Doner and a critique of his 2012 book, Christian Jihad: Neo-Fundamentalists and the Polarization of America. Throughout the series, I addre ... discuss

Poll: Abortion Didn’t Cost GOP Election, More Americans Still Pro-Life Much has been written about the effect of abortion on the 2012 presidential race and the apparent sudden shift in polls fro ... discuss

St. Louis, MO, November 27, 2012 (OperationRescue.org) — A St. Louis Planned Parenthood patient was rushed to a nearby hospital after suffering serious abortion complications the day before Thanksgi ... discuss

Manta Rays, Rebecca Pilkington-Vincett, shamelessly pinched from here. I'm no fan of Descartes, but we could sure use some clear and distinct ideas. As opposed to this example of fuzzy thinking: ... discuss

As part of our remembrance of the month of November, as that which Catholics associate with intentions of the dead and the Life Beyond, we devote this piece to the preparation of the dying. Catholics ... discuss

If you have a Facebook account, you may have had the following experience. Someone “tags” you in a discussion that turns into a controversy and a list of comments from people you have ... discuss

Contact: Philip E. Dayvault, Datum Enterprise, LLC, 919-839-8779, siped@datument.com RALEIGH, N.C., Oct. 31, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- Investigative researcher, Philip E. Dayvault, of Raleigh, NC, ... discuss

All of my previous posts and pictures about All Saints Day/Halloween can be found via my del.icio.us links here. Some Christian blogs and even some Catholic forums seem to vacillate every year abo ... discuss

…thanks so much, everyone, for participating in the give-away contest for the new ebook 21 Days to a More Disciplined Life by Crystal Paine. The winners, chosen at random, are: * Ticia * Crayl * ... discuss

Today is the optional memorial of St. Anthony Mary Claret -- a favorite saint that my husband introduced me to several years ago when he gave a teaching on this amazing man of God. I don't think I hav ... discuss

From: American Minute Sent: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 Subject: Oct. 23 - American Foreign Policy AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICYOn OCTOBER 23, 1913, President Woodrow Wilson issued a Proclamation:" ... discuss

Continuing from my post on the Consecration of a Church using the 1962 Rubrics Part II, below is Part III (the final part) of that Consecration. I encourage you to read the post and then watch the e ... discuss

“Tokyo Authorities Club” can be a four-piece Canadian indie rock band from Newmarket, Ontario. Tokyo , japan Police Club were shaped in 2005 plus they are Sawzag Monks (Vocals as well as B ... discuss

One of the things I love about blogging is being able to "connect" somehow with other people, especially with other moms. I am especially thrilled when mompreneurs contact me and tell me about how and ... discuss

“Tokyo Authorities Club” can be a four-piece Canadian indie rock band from Newmarket, Ontario. Tokyo , japan Police Club were shaped in 2005 plus they are Sawzag Monks (Vocals as well as B ... discuss

Hans Christian Andersen. Who knew?! “Several years ago there arose an emperor determined to be seen by his people as the fairest and greatest ruler who had ever lived, and so he invested all his mon ... discuss

IMAGE: The wedding of Dorothy Rosselot to Paul Alexander, with their attendants, Margery Rosselot and Raymond Alexander, St Patrick Church, Fayetteville, Ohio, June 1952.The wedding of my parents was ... discuss

1.  They say it takes 1-2 years for a business to make a profit.  I've got a little less than 7 months.  That's when Derek moves out, and gets married!  I am having great fun helpi ... discuss

T On Oct. 4, Roman Catholics celebrate the feast of St. Francis of Assisi, the Italian deacon who brought renewal to the Church through his decision to follow Jesus' words as literally as possi ... discuss

Today is the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, “the little beggar”, who is perhaps the most popular saint in history.Francis Bernardone was born in 1182 in Assisi, Italy. His baptismal name was ... discuss

was born in 1182, the son of a wealthy cloth merchant. His early years were frivolous, but an experience of sickness and another of military service were instrumental in leading him to reflect on the ... discuss

Agree with PatriotUSA: "Posting this exactly as I received from TexasFred."  My comments are at the end of the article. Texas Fred: Once again I have a piece sent to me via email that is so ... discuss

Who are the Four Moms of 35+ kids? We are: Kim at Life in a Shoe: Kimberly at Raising Olives: Connie at Smockity Frocks: And ME! It’s been fourteen years since I had a new baby in the house t ... discuss

photosourceToday is the feastday of Saint Monica, mother of Saint Augustine, whose tomb I meant to visit on my last trip to Rome, but got sidetracked, because I am an idiot. As the mother of two youn ... discuss

RNS photo by Ryan Gladstone In light of ongoing headlines concerning Rome’s correction to the leadership of the LCWR, their response, and a recent report on the bare numbers of women entering r ... discuss

Over the past few years, I have had interesting conversations with acquaintances, some retired from high places like retired Army colonels and the like.  I’m saying that the people I’ve ... discuss

The decision of the Obama administration to change sides in the litigation over the Defense of Marriage Act got lots of mainstream press attention. The recent decision of 15 states to proactively file ... discuss

For last Sunday’s responsive scripture reading, our congregation read Colossians 3:18-25 aloud in the worship service.  As we read, it went something like this: 18  Wives, submit to your husb ... discuss

I am NOT a great defender of JayZ and Beyonce. I want to be perfectly clear about that. In fact, if you run a search on this blog, you will find articles where I have gotten on the two of them. Howeve ... discuss

This book case came from someone’s trash. Yes, really. And it’s not the only piece of furniture I’ve gotten that way, either. The Strider and I were coming home from church one day a ... discuss

Home design houses housing great-end material, home furniture, and residential extras are believed to be number 1 for the indoor designers’ list of designer-only display rooms. The Beautificatio ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for August 10 is St. Lawrence.This young deacon and heroic martyr is numbered among those saints who were most highly venerated by the ancient Roman Church. Next to the feast of S ... discuss

WARNING From: thy Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2012 Subject: Second Term Transformation Plans This just might be the most important and far reaching email of all our lifetimes. ...JB ... discuss

My weekly Frugal Hacks post is here- clothing ‘hacks’ this week. Share yours! You don’t need a Kindle to take advantage of offers of Kindle books.  There is a free app you can down ... discuss

Warning:  None Dare Call It Treason     It has been suggested that o'who? and 'those who surround him' are not the "Keystone Kops" and bumbling fools they appear to ... discuss

Warning:  None Dare Call It Treason     It has been suggested that o'who? and 'those who surround him' are not the "Keystone Kops" and bumbling fools they appear to ... discuss

Is this the new drag for social justice? You go, Sylvia.  Let ‘er rip.  Because those who reside in the BIG closets in the Church won’t. …I am surprised Father that you are not se ... discuss

* You can get arrested for expired tags on your car, but not for being in this country illegally. * Your government believes that the best way to eradicate trillions of dollars of debt is to s ... discuss

Today, the western Church celebrates the Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. It is one of the most popular feasts in honor of the Blessed Mother, if only for its association with the Brown Scapular.In ... discuss

A few of you probably saw my post a while ago about the Amazing Grace giveaway by Baby Leaf. I updated that post here and explained why it was postponed. :) Well, I'm happy to announce that it's ... discuss

Tomorrow, July 16, is the day that we honor the Blessed Mother under the title of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel. This feast began in 1726, and it commemorates the apparition of Mary to St. Simon Stock on J ... discuss

Once learning how to come up with a quilt, right now there aren’t really strict rules to follow. Nevertheless , you do have to have a lot of fortitude and precision to make a good neat quilt. Th ... discuss

I feel I should have some reflections on turning 89, but, in truth, I have been so immersed in Leona Choy and Jodi Picoult that I’ve had little time to reflect. Leona Choy turned 87 last month a ... discuss

By Dave Andrusko, National Right to Life There is a built-in problem with rebutting in detail even the most blatantly spurious/misleading/false accusations lodged against pro-life former Massachusetts ... discuss

Fr. Denis Lemieux: We touch in this passage upon another major theme in Ratzinger’s writings – the historical amnesia of Western Civilization, our being cut off from the vast wisdom of tradition ... discuss

Low-level participants in World of Warcraft will have hassle locating great Whoa gold grinding points. The good thing is, you’ll find publications for Up-date like Derek’s Precious metal E ... discuss

  This is the Rule of Life for the Confraternity of Penitents. Penitents live this Rule according to the Constitution of the Confraternity of Penitents.THE PRIMITIVE RULE OF 1221 Here begi ... discuss

This month is proving to be a very busy (but still blessed) time for me, especially at work — we're gearing up for the release of all FOUR devotional sets for 2013 in time for the 33rd Manila Intern ... discuss

Ironman Coeur D' Alene  The closer I get to Idaho on my pre-race road trip from the deep south, the more Coeur d' Alene participants I see around me. It's like I can smell the excess of ... discuss

Skateboard maintenance is a very important part of being an accountable skateboarder. Repair will keep your aboard working for considerably longer and in addition it reduces the opportunity of injury ... discuss

Just another day at work for Sister Agnes Clare as she moves a few things around on her desk at the Faith Formation Office at St. Mary's Institute to prepare for her interview. She's been teaching and ... discuss

"The Church has rejected the totalitarian and atheistic ideologies associated in modem times with 'communism' or 'socialism'." - Catechism of the Catholic Church 2425 Father Andrew Kemberling ... discuss

Today commemorates the 235th anniversary of the adoption of the Star Spangled Banner (aka the Stars and Stripes) by the Second Continental Congress as the national flag of the United States. In recogn ... discuss

[Gavin "Guy" Murdoch, grandfather of our school board member-elect, wrote the following to the members of the Bigelow-Sanford Uniteds Soccer Club around the world back in 1944.]Tuesday, June 6th, 1944 ... discuss

“Eternal peace is your real daily life. Not necessarily a situation or truth being attained – but for be consciously realized” tutorial OSHO (Bhagwan Rajanish) Most of us live in a g ... discuss

Wednesday, May 30, 2012 One Hell of a WarBy Michael Hichborn The shortest sermon I ever heard was given on the hottest day of summer. After ... discuss

Women have questions on what sort of groundwork they will be using. You will be asking yourself what could be the most effective cornerstone for oily skin – or finest footing for dermititis. Re ... discuss

MY EASY WINDOW BY KIT CLOVER Yes, we all love flowers, but we not all of us keep them at all times; some of us are too busy, but I will you a plan of mine, once when I wanted a bright window and had n ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for May 19 is St. Celestine.Celestine is a saint who will always be remembered for the bizarre manner in which he was elected Pope, his spectacular incompetence in that office, an ... discuss

1992 was a year of disappointing setbacks for pro-life Americans. When most observers thought the Supreme Court was on the verge of overruling its 1973 decisions in Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, a ... discuss

 The Four Moms: Smockity Frocks, Raising Olives, Life in a Shoe, and Me This week is our Q and A session. Unfortunately, I forget that this was coming up, and I've been answering several ... discuss

The trade show can be a significant marketing function for any business as it gives you a chance to attract potential customers and grow revenue. Trade show displays are an important program in your m ... discuss

This Amazing Grace for Moms post was written by fellow mom blogger Em of Touring Kitty. We first "met" online because of the Milk Mama Diaries Carnival, hosted by Jenny and Mec. Since then, we've ... discuss

A Day Late and Still not a Flying Car Edition Hosted by Acts of the Apostasy. -1- Link to video. -2- I've heard it said that if aspirin were created today, it would be called a super drug. ... discuss

In exchange for 60 guilders of brass buttons, scarlet cloth and trade goods, Manhattan Island was purchased from the Manhattan Indian tribe on MAY 6, 1626, by Peter Minuit, Dutch Governor of the New N ... discuss

At least the custom volkswagen gti is for you depends on how often you'll use the custom volkswagen part but that, apart from some minor detail tweaks, was it. Lots of the custom volkswagen gti. Optio ... discuss

Should we be surprised when a gay activist famous for his bawdy sex column and known for his glorification of promiscuity attacks the Bible, ridicules Christian morality, and mocks the Pope in the lew ... discuss

Jesus said to them, “I assure you: Unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink His blood, you do not have life in yourselves.” John 6:53 Israel’s exodus from Egypt, as cel ... discuss

To pick from and Grout Clean-up Instrument Examine: Deciding Which Sweep to make use of Some people clear their grout which has a tooth brush and wash the adjacent ceramic tile that has a sponge or cl ... discuss

(adapted repost) We have mostly used cloth diapers for our babies. With my first two, I did keep disposable diapers on hand specifically for 'special' situations- when we were going to be out all ... discuss

(March 25, 1347 - April 29, 1380) was a Dominican Tertiary (lay affiliate) of the Dominican Order. Catherine was the 23rd child out of 25 (her twin sister, the 24th, died at birth); her parents were G ... discuss

Thanks to the lovely and charming Diane Hale Smith, I have had access to her family scrapbooks going back nearly a century which have been invaluable in researching my World War II books. I like shari ... discuss

Keeping Little Ones Busy You might need to keep little ones busy while you homeschool older ones. You might need to entertain them while you are on bedrest. You might need to keep them busy wh ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for April 25 is St. Mark.John Mark, later known simply as Mark, was a Jew by birth. He was the son of that Mary who was proprietress of the Cenacle or "upper room" which served as ... discuss

25 April, New TestamentThe book of Acts mentions a Mark, or John Mark, later called a kinsman of Barnabas (Colossians 4:10). The house of his mother Mary was a meeting place for Christians in Jerusale ... discuss

The book of Acts mentions a Mark, or John Mark, a kinsman of Barnabas (Col 4:10). The house of his mother Mary was a meeting place for Christians in Jerusalem (Acts 12:12). When Paul and Barnabas, who ... discuss

The Proper Way to Sweep a Room Dust the furniture and put it in another room. Dust bric-a-brac and put on the bed if you are sweeping a sleeping room, if another room put them on the table, or in a ... discuss

Wallfahrt in Trier: Protest mit Hitler, Papst und "Heiliger Unterhose" - Nachrichten Kultur - WELT ONLINE As a parody of the Holy Robe pilgrimage to Trier, an artist has created the "Holy Underwear ... discuss

OK, I know the title of this post is REALLY long but there's a good reason behind it. :) BUT before we go on to the giveaway for this week, let me share a little (thanks in advance for bearing with me ... discuss

FROM THE PASTORApril 15, 2012by Fr. George W. Rutler We continue to have a most glorious Easter. Many could not find room inside the church and stood outside like the am ha’aretz — the people wh ... discuss

Although I use it during the day mostly to promote Patheos writers, after hours I consider Twitter to be something of a virtual pub; it’s a place to wind down, engage in some casual conversation ... discuss

This is the Rule of Life for the Confraternity of Penitents. Penitents live this Rule according to the Constitution of the Confraternity of Penitents.THE PRIMITIVE RULE OF 1221 Here begins the Rule ... discuss

I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believes in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live.  ~John 11:25 Today we honor our most loving Jesus for suffering and dying for our rede ... discuss

1 Early on the first day of the week, while it was still dark, Mary Magdalene went to the tomb and saw that the stone had been removed from the entrance. 2So she came running to Simon Peter and the o ... discuss

Jn 20:1-9On the first day of the week,Mary of Magdala came to the tomb early in the morning,while it was still dark,and saw the stone removed from the tomb.So she ran and went to Simon Peterand to the ... discuss

The Collect.GRANT, O Lord, that as we are baptized into the death of thy blessed Son, our Saviour Jesus Christ, so by continual mortifying our corrupt affections we may be buried with him; and that th ... discuss

Image source: Catholic Culture Suffering Hope (2005) Seeking to answer the mystery, the worst A sum of all evil taken upon The thrashed Body is wholly wanting. Vulnerable, open to the malice ... discuss

Every year, the secular press has stories about how Christ's resurrection did not really occur. Today on FoxNews is a story about an art historian's take on the Shroud of Turin.An art historian. Note: ... discuss

Once upon a time, the main stream media showed respect for Christianity & those who believed that Jesus is the Son of God who died & rose from the dead to save us.Now the media is so sold out to the d ... discuss

Propers for Monday before EasterThe Collect.ALMIGHTY God, whose most dear Son went not up to joy but first he suffered pain, and entered not into glory before he was crucified; Mercifully grant that w ... discuss

For information on the Blessing of Palms, the Procession of Palms, or the historical importance of this Second Sunday of Passiontide, please see my post on Palm Sunday Vestments: Violet INTROIT ... discuss

Passion Sunday is a term sometimes used to denote the fifth Sunday of Lent in the Christian liturgical calendar.In Traditional Catholic and Prayer Book Anglican circles, Passion Sunday continues to re ... discuss

I've long been of the sort of wanting what I can't have, not to say that there haven't been times in my life when I've had absolutely everything I've ever wanted - but yet still found myself wanting.& ... discuss

It's another Thursday, and this week we are answering YOUR questions. Don't miss what my co-conspirators have to say. I don't even know what questions they are answering! The other moms are: Smock ... discuss

Archive for February, 2009 « Previous Entries 28022009 Four Types Of Christians Posted by IJ in Devotionals/Sermons, Featured Articles, tags: Bible Study,Blood of Jesus, Christianity, Church, He ... discuss

Right now, there’s a lot of guffawing and name-calling over Georgetown Law student Sandra Fluke’s testimony before the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee on Monday.  Among othe ... discuss

The nicest part of my job is that I get a ton of books to read and review. Unfortunately I can’t always find time to really give a book a good going-over, but when Paul Badde’s The True Ic ... discuss

Incestuous twin brothers wonder if they should reveal their secret relationship. - Slate Magazine I remember some floor mates of mine in college getting very excited when Dear Abby published their fak ... discuss

Not as such, although the volkswagen service dallas at the volkswagen service manual as the potamkin volkswagen service by 25 jurors, to the volkswagen service codes of making cars fuel efficient and ... discuss

As a friend told me on Wednesday [22Feb12], "I worry about my people."  I too worry.  Where's the Native American Smithsonian Museum ...The English, German, Irish, Swede, Norwegian, Dane,&nb ... discuss

In addition to the things I mentioned in a previous post, and that Connie mentioned in hers, here are five small things I did this last week to help save money: Researched and Learned something new ... discuss

Still unemployed.=) Still eating from the pantry.  I had 130 dollars left in my grocery envelope the day we became unemployed. and I now have 100, and most of that money spent went for pull-ups f ... discuss

Having read Judge Malihi's embarrassingly flawed opinion as well as Atty Mario Apuzzo's thoughtful analysis of that opinion, to the best of my humble abilitylet me try to reasonably summarize the latt ... discuss

Today is the 100th anniversary of the birth of Francis Schaeffer. Though I never met the man and though I haven’t read more than small pieces of his books, I owe a great debt of gratitude to him ... discuss

From The HillByJulian Pacquet Mitt Romney adviser Norm Coleman, a former senator from Minnesota, predicted the GOP won't repeal the Democrats' healthcare reform law even if a Republican candidate d ... discuss

Of all the pictures I’ve seen of Jesus, this is my favorite. It is not only a picture, but I think it is a portrait. Jesus must have had a superb photographer who knew how to produce a photograp ... discuss

by Peter Baklinski COMBERMERE, Ontario, January 18, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Do you or someone you know have a real-life story to tell that could inspire thousands of people? Do you want your story ... discuss

Tripp's Aunt Mary Jane sent these to me four years ago and I published them. Now I wish I'd printed and hung them on the refrigerator - there are some really good ones here. So for the benefit of ne ... discuss

What if I told you that I was a Christian, BUT...I didn't believe that Jesus was the Son of God.I didn't believe that Jesus was God Himself.  I didn't believe Jesus was born of a virgin.I didn't ... discuss

We don't need another career politician in the White House. Our nation is in an economic hole. A big hole. And the hole was dug by career politicians buying and selling votes, Republicans and Democrat ... discuss

I just finished reading An Exact Exposition of the Orthodox Faith by St. John of Damascus. The book is available as a free download in several different formats. Unfortunately, the Kindle format has t ... discuss

Two wives? Slow down, man of the cloth! ... discuss

Wherever Christianity has had some cultural influence, torture has been increasingly regarded as intrinsically evil.  Because it’s still perceived to be useful, though, arguments increasingly t ... discuss

Yesterday I stripped apart a post by comedian Dean Obeidallah on CNN, in which he regurgitates the boilerplate liberal “establishment of religion” red herring under the label “Judeo-Christian Sh ... discuss

2011: Out with the leftovers By Barbara Curtis New Year's resolutions, it's not the big ones that get to me. Giving up smoking, drinking, overeating, overspending on Ebay -- been there, done that (w ... discuss

T Fr. Murray Bodo, O.F.M.Cum grande humilitate! This last verse of St. Francis’ “Canticle of the Creatures” clearly expresses our weekend retreat at Oldenburg with Fr. Murray Bodo, OFM. Cum g ... discuss

A cute,nubby eared La Mancha kidMichelleone of our Nubian kidsOur milk production has been low for the past two years. Last year was almost a disaster due to the stresses on our goats from the heat an ... discuss

I have taken a particular interest in the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) phenomenon since my grandson, Sage, became involved in Occupy Boston. So far I have only published Sage’s explanation of why h ... discuss

And this will be a sign for you: you will find an infant wrapped in swaddling clothes and lying in a manger.” And suddenly there was a multitude of the heavenly host with the angel,&n ... discuss

In Harper Magazine’s “The accidental universe: Science’s crisis of faith,” physicist/novelist Alan Lightman, writing for Harper’s Magazine, explains the dilemma that string theory, which pos ... discuss

To see this on the liberal Huffington Post is interesting. The more science learns, the more it can't explain. How do atheists like Richard Dawkins explain the creation of the image on the shroud ... discuss

The following is a message from Pastor Zac Poonen as he discusses what it means for God to have ordained not only the course of our lives, but even our very existence.While this Scripture is a good re ... discuss

Enea, the National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development, has recently published a report on five years of experiments conducted in the ENEA center of Frascati on th ... discuss

(George) Leslie Norris passed away in the spring of 2006. Norris was the son of a Welsh miner who died in the mines near Merthyr Tydfil (the town dramatized in Richard Llewellyn's How Green Was My Val ... discuss

Brethren, Peace and Good to All of you in Jesus' Name. Today, in honor of this day when we remember Our Lady of Guadalupe, I wanted to share with you again my impressions of a pilgrimage I undertook t ... discuss

  From: lc Sent: Sunday, December 04, 2011 Subject: ICE Cronyism & the "European Vacation" You're Paying For EXCLUSIVE: Who is Erik Barnett? Obama's ICE Cronyism & the "European Vacation" Yo ... discuss

FROM THE PASTORDecember 4, 2011by Fr. George W. RutlerKing Henry VIII was 6’4” tall, although height did not give him moral stature, nor did he grow in moral greatness as he increased from ... discuss

A weekly column by Father George Rutler. Russian Orthodox believers stand in line to kiss an Orthodox relic, the Belt of the Virgin Mary from the Vatopedi Monastery on Mount Athos, at Christ the ... discuss

Today marked not only the beginning of the new liturgical year, but also the date the new English translation of the Roman Missal takes effect in the United States.  Now what we are hearing at Ma ... discuss

As we watch Planned Parenthood crumble into the dust, being happily broken, crippled and defunded from every side, we have every right to rejoice in our swift-arriving victory. But credit must be give ... discuss

As we watch Planned Parenthood crumble into the dust, being happily broken, crippled and defunded from every side, we have every right to rejoice in our swift-arriving victory. But credit must be give ... discuss

For my dad, grandfather, and all our Veterans. May their service and sacrifice be honored. My dad, Louis T. Konicki at Mainz-Bischofshein - part of the post WWII occupying forces Our veterans are now ... discuss

What are you doing to make a difference in this world? In previous posts I've made it clear that I believe we all have a special purpose, one that not only involves making the most of our gifts and ta ... discuss

[Not everyone went to war. The unlucky ones got left behind. From September, 1944, the UNITEDS PX.]A BIBLE STORY By Luke A. RoundBehold William, the son of Lindsay, the Lion, the son of McKnight. And ... discuss

MSNBC continues to wallow in racism. While appearing on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell, Touré calls Herman Cain 'minstrelsy.'Video.e !important; border-bottom: 1px dotted #999 !important; font ... discuss

The secularization of Catholicism's most storied American university seems to be continuing.   Notre Dame is once again making practicing Catholics disillusioned about its ... discuss

As regular readers of this blog may already know, I am totally pro-breastfeeding and any and all products that can help moms breastfeed. So when I saw that Jenny over at Chronicles of a Nursing Mom is ... discuss

by Kelli We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com. Students for Life of America shares information regarding memor ... discuss

I'm near the close of John Adams' presidency in the McCullough biography and struck by how everything new is old (not that I fancy this an original thought). The first presidency after the universall ... discuss

was born in 1182, the son of a wealthy cloth merchant. His early years were frivolous, but an experience of sickness and another of military service were instrumental in leading him to reflect on the ... 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

My boy just pointed me to this video. He didn't know this at the time but I also just watched last night, a documentary called "Trading on Thin Air". The content was good, movie making ability, me ... discuss

I would like to award Robert McClory's piece for the Non-Catholic Fishwrap (NonCR) last Friday (Dissent? Don’t You Dare!) as winner of the "Hissie Fit of the Week" award. The article is a ... discuss

© Eric M Schumacher – Preached September 11, 2011 at Northbrook Baptist Church, Cedar Rapids[Audio will be available here.]Most of you are likely to remember exactly where you were at this time ten ... discuss

Here's what each of us had to say about this section: Kim, Life In a Shoe  Kimberly, Raising Olives  Connie, Smockity Frocks Kim B, Large Family Logistics This week we are discussing th ... discuss

Divan beds have turn out to be extremely common merely because of the practicality that they provide although at the exact same time remaining stylish. What makes these beds well-liked is simply becau ... discuss

Planned Parenthood’s “Clerical Advisory Board” was created to deceive Look at these smiling faces. Four protestant ministers and a rabbi posing with Cecile Richards, president of Am ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for August 10 is St. Lawrence.This young deacon and heroic martyr is numbered among those saints who were most highly venerated by the ancient Roman Church. Next to the feast of S ... discuss

Can the 2001 volkswagen gti of producing something so lightweight is still prohibitive because of the 2001 volkswagen gti of fuel possible, VW has ever made, cracking 0-62mph in 5.5 seconds, so this h ... discuss

17.If you are thinking of moving, have collections and deliveries piling up and simple not the time and resources to get the job done, man and van services are readily available to ensure that goods g ... discuss

Today's saint, St. Lydia Purpuraria, was the first Christian convert in Europe, a businesswoman who dealt in luxury goods.Saint Lydia was born during the first century in Thyatira, a town famous for i ... discuss

The Lord gives instructions. The women who announce the good news are a large army. ~ Psalm 68:11 I attended Smart Girl Summit 2011 in St. Louis over the weekend and learned an interesting point to p ... discuss

A Saree is an Indian traditional dress, and a woman wearing a saree has always been successful in stealing a man’s heart. It is believed that a girl turns in to a beautiful woman if she drapes a ... discuss

face transformer Everyone is aware of how popular the Transformers have become, so this Halloween why not opt for one of the many Transformers costumes available? With the huge success of the recent ... discuss

I have tried to do faces as the main focal point twice before (Emerging Faces #1 and #2). This time my friend David Hernandez suggested I try to just let my "style" flow and see a face naturally manif ... discuss

A few years ago, while teaching/critiquing manuscripts at Mount Hermon Christian Writers Camp, I had the privilege of meeting Carol Guscott, a Jamaican woman who'd been the victim of a terrible crime ... discuss

The book Valkyrie has the same name as the movie starring Tom Cruise, but it’s very different. Written by Philip Freiherr von Boeselager, Valkyrie: The Story of the Plot to Kill Hitler, by Its Last ... discuss




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