Topic: slowly

Erbil, Iraq, Mar 31, 2015 / 04:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- The woman was just 19 years old when she was captured by militants from the Islamic State. Caring for her young son and pregnant with her second ... discuss

We hear the word detachment all the time in the spiritual life.  To be detached is to not be owned by anything but God.  The moment I think that I am truly detached something comes up to sho ... discuss

Holy Week is the week that changed the world. Here are 12 ways you can make this week more meaningful.1. PRAY  throughout the day, speaking to God just as you would to a close friend. Ask Him to ... discuss

 Planned Parenthood and euphemism: how they describe abortion By Sarah Terzo Editor’s note. This appeared at liveactionnews.org and is r ... discuss

Flag of the Dominican Republic SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — As a result of the new government’s decision to amend the penal code to decriminalize abortion, the Dominican Republic is now ... discuss

Question: "Making the sign of the cross became a practice in the 4th century. The apostles, Christ and nobody in the ancient Church practiced it, so why should we?"This question is based on a false pr ... discuss

By Katie Heller, Web Writer One of my all time favorite T.V. shows is Friday Night Lights. If you haven’t seen it, please, do yourself a favor and watch it. The show follows the story of Eric Taylo ... discuss

Austin Farrer. (Image source: bbc.co.uk)Recently, my friend Devin Rose, who works for Fr. Joseph Barron’s WordOnFire.org and runs St. Joseph’s Vanguard, posted this lengthy comment on his Facebook ... discuss

So Thomas L. McDonald, the tech-and-history guru of God and the Machine, decided to post a couple of series based on Lifehacker's "How I Work", the other one being "How I Pray", featuring other blogge ... discuss

In 2015, the old saying that grandma and grandpa might be worth listening to may strike deaf ears, not least among Americans. In a culture proccupied with the latest tech and baying for higher data-st ... discuss

The one thing I would like to give anyone I meet is the gift of prayer.  Not simply reciting wrote prayers, talking to and listening to God.  Sitting with God with an open heart and mind and ... discuss

Many evolutionists have put forth theories that are ridiculous and mindless.They are true believers in the worst sense because, rather than looking at things scientifically, they force science to fit ... discuss

The façade must be maintained at all costs. You can never be allowed to see the man behind the curtain because once the light is shined on all this, it all comes tumbling down – immediately recogni ... discuss

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The sun rises slowly in Scampia, awaiting the arrival of Pope Francis this morning, silhouetted against the the seven “Vele” (Sails), the enormous urban housing building designed by archit ... discuss

A Dab of Dickens & A Touch of Twain: Literary Lives from Shakespeare's Old England to Frost's New England Author Elliot Engel is an English professor and this book shows that anyone who takes his clas ... discuss

Continuing our series of reflections from the March for Life in D.C. in January, today’s post comes from Ron, a student leader at Loyola University Chicago. Ron, right, at the March for Life D.C ... discuss

This is a re-post from 2009, when Anne-with-an-e was 15:~~~~~When Anne-with-an-e was much younger, she was very sensitive. A picture of Jesus on the Cross could reduce her to tears. Singing certain hy ... discuss

Jacob and Bekah Rush were having a rough summer. Job losses, new moves, family crises had them feeling defeated. But then, happy news arrived in August when they found out they were expecting their fi ... discuss

This is probably too many books to read in a semester. I have blogged about this before, CM and Slow Reading, quoted Miss Mason: “Novels are our lesson books only so far as we give thoughtful, c ... discuss

Today the Church celebrates the feast of Saint Patrick (387-493), the patron saint of Ireland. It is on the Emerald Isle that today is both a national and religious holiday. At one time, the bars woul ... discuss

In the last day or two while browsing, rabbit trailing, writing, and musing, I stumbled across book of Victoriana ode to poetry that is delighting me as I work through it. It touches on several of my ... discuss

Text: Numbers 21:4-9 and John 3:14-21Grace and Peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.You have been bitten in the leg.  The fangs have punctured your skin.  The ven ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - Christian Songs and Stories - Tony Funderburk - Christian Songs and Stories Today I’m gonna do something I don’t often do. I’m gonna share an old melancholy love so ... discuss

Young people, their parents and clergywere betrayed by organisers of Flame 2 youth event Once again Fr Timothy Radcliffe, the well-known dissenter from Catholic teaching,  is being ... discuss

When my daughters were young, I wrote about "Lent with Young Children."We always did our Lamb of God calendar:We put beans in the Sacrifice Jar for every tiny, kind act, and every prayer sincerely utt ... discuss

2015 Zion Lutheran Lent SeriesGod's Ten Word's - For YouPart 4 of 6 Text: Exodus 20:1-17 and Matthew 5:21-26Grace and Peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen. Tonigh ... discuss

You’ve chosen a curriculum, and you’ve hit a stumbling block- a book that is too hard. Your kids aren’t getting it, you hate it, and you think it’s obviously too hard.  What d ... discuss

It was supposed to be a phone call for Obama administration ears only. But hear it the radio host did, she says. And what she heard should make your blood run cold — and perhaps your rage hot. Obama ... discuss

One of the Charlotte Mason approaches to books that freaks out a lot of booklovers is reading through a book slowly, stopping while the child is still interested, and then coming back to it later. Bef ... discuss

3 March AD 1554 John Frederick (Johann Friedrich), eldest son of John the Steadfast and nephew of Frederick the Wise of Saxony, was born in Torgau on 30 June 1503. He earned the appellation "John the ... discuss

Thank you, Safeway! As a mom of two young girls, the last thing I want them to do is stand in the checkout line and stare at the nearly pornographic Sports Illustrated 2015 Swimsuit Edition. At Safewa ... discuss

The White (Black) House is beginning a push for new wording to replace "illegal immigrants." The decree is that we are to call them "Americans-In-Waiting." Liberals will fall into line like good lit ... discuss

How can a country fight to prevent suicide with one hand and endorse it with the other? That is the question facing Canadians after the Supreme Court’s unanimous decision striking down the total ban ... discuss

20 February AD 1620 In 1619, King Christian IV of Norway and Denmark sent the ships Enhiørningen and Lamprenen in search of the Northwest Passage to India. The crew of sixty-four Norwegians, Danes, ... discuss

Far be it from me to use this blog as a platform to ever vent my personal frustrations or complaints, but I just wanna say this: I’m tired of New York. Really tired. Don’t get me wrong, ... discuss

It’s a long, detailed piece. But it’s an important, fascinating one too — an eye-opening article that will season your conversations and motivate more frequent prayers. The article is “What IS ... discuss

We often think that ignorance is a lack of knowledge, education or social training. But if ignorance is not knowing, then not knowing God is the greatest human ignorance. I want to address ignorance i ... discuss

Yesterday I had the pleasure of visiting Albert Gibson in Belfast - with whom I'm pictured (right). Albert is the patriarch of the Gibson family, a family which has provided truly great pro-life leade ... discuss

First the appeal. My son's school, Mater Dei Prep has been told they will close unless they raise $1 million in the next 60 days. The school had financial troubles years back and has been slowly diggi ... discuss

TweetBy Maaike RosendalThe day was just dawning as familiar sounds slowly awoke me. I could hear our two-year old throwing his stuffed animals from the top bunk to the floor, then climbing down the la ... discuss

It’s been over a week now, and certain people still haven’t gotten over the spanking Maureen Mullarkey received for her rather slanderous attack on Pope Francis. And a spanking it was; R. R. Reno, ... discuss

“On the eleventh day of Christmas, my true love gave to me, eleven pipers piping ...”Today, as mentioned earlier, the traditional Roman calendar observes the Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus*, whil ... discuss

The Rebelution is one of my favorite blogs. I love the continual reminder to do hard things, especially as young people. So when I heard about my neighbor Christian Osterhout’s story, I knew I want ... discuss

35 Easy Weeknight Dinners – The Recipes for Mexican Food and The Mexican Dinner Recipes Edition (Quick and Easy Dinner Recipes – The Easy Weeknight Dinners Collection) Reader Review; Auth ... discuss

Most of these titles are set in the time of or are about George III of England, or the American Revolutionary War. Most of them I found in the children’s magazine St. Nicholas, Volume 41, Part 1 ... discuss

The following is from my talk at this year's Annual Advent Dinner on December 4th, highlighting all of the good work Lumina has accomplished this year! First of all, I want to thank Bishop Byrne ... discuss

Are you listening to the sounds of December? The clinking of spoons in hot chocolate mugs, the rustle of cats in the Christmas tree, the tinking of bells on shop doors, familiar carols, and audible s ... discuss

Excerpt from:Robert Kolb and Charles P. Arand, The Genius of Luther's Theology: A Wittenberg Way of Thinking for the Contemporary Church (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2008), 124-128.We must not d ... discuss

This is nothing much, but if anyone just looked at our facebook page and the comments and topics we discuss. They would be amazed by how many birhtmothers feel. I just posted some2010 11/1  Birt ... discuss

And Survivor stuff too! I'm sorry that posting to this site has become such a rare event. As I've written here before, the time available for blogging is not what it was. The primary culprit remains ... discuss

Those who visit this blog regularly probably have noticed that I have become a staunch advocate of reformed theology here on Jordan's View. The transition was gradual-- I went from being charismatica ... discuss

South Sudan's President Salva Kiir sacks cabinet, including his deputy Riek Machar [1]South Sudan's ousted cabinet barred from entering ministries [2]UK Minister for Africa Mark Simmonds urges restrai ... discuss

Over at the New York Times, Sam Tanenhaus has written a helpful analysis of the two major parties’ positions. Here is an excerpt, citing Michael Gerson: “The issues that have provided cons ... discuss

On this blog during the 2008 presidential primary season, I mentioned that I thought polls tend to be inaccurate during a rapidly changing situation. Specifically, the polls over-estimated the move to ... discuss

Michelle Malkin recently wrote a compelling letter to David Letterman about his hypocritical comments and his poor excuses following the backlash of his insults to Palin's daughter. First, let me conf ... discuss

Past articles have mentioned or referenced Sen. Mike Lee's Plan to reform Congress. The days of the 113th Congress are almost completed and the 114th Congress (January 3, 2015 to January 3, 2017) will ... discuss

Ingredients1 1/2 cups sugar1/2 cup water4 egg whites½ teaspoon cream of tartarpinch salt1 teaspoon vanilla InstructionsWith an electric mixer whip the eggs whites with cream of tartar and a pinc ... discuss

The times they are-changing!   A Message From A Former Muslim To the Infidels of the West: We Will Fight the Infidel to Death. – Meanwhile American laws will protect us. – Democrats and Left ... discuss

Tuesday of Pentecost 10, (August 19, 2014) Holy Cross Lutheran Church Rocklin, California Rev. Todd A. Peperkorn John 11:20–27 TITLE: “Looking to Jesus” Friends and family of Bob, especially Glo ... discuss

As the Muslim thugs continue to rampage across Iraq and the Middle East and follow their demon god into the ever-lasting pit of hell fire, I am starting to wonder about just how ferociously evil and u ... discuss

I like to keep an eye out for good deals on Kindle books. As an avid reader, and one who is slowly transitioning to electronic books, I find it hard to resist a great deal. These deals tend to ... discuss

Pat Archbold of Creative Minority Report recently did a post entitled, "Ditch The Sign of Peace or 'Take your stinking paws off me you darn dirty ape!'" [HERE]  Mr. Archbold, if you haven't ... discuss

By Jane St. Clair The other day it rained in the Sonoran desert. It took perhaps a month to build up to it; the desert is not a place for rain. The sun shines 360 days a year, it hardly ever rains. D ... discuss

I have a dilemma. It has come unexpectedly although should have been anticipated from the inception of our residential care ministry tostreet children here, in The Philippines.I am a mother. It's my c ... discuss

A single Global Hawk UAV can provide complete coverage over islands contested by China and Japan. Japan is rapidly building its UAV capabilities in an effort to boost its surveillance activity of Chin ... discuss

I Used to Be Pro-Choice, Pro-Choice to the Core, Then I Had an Abortion Every morning, the faithfulness of the sun touches our eyelids. Unfortunately, the faithfulness of the alarm clock also rea ... discuss

Imitation of Christ by Thomas à Kempis My rating: 5 of 5 stars No accident that Imitation of Christ is, second to the Bible, the most beloved book in Christendom. Filled with sound doctrine and ti ... discuss

Ninety-one! When I learned that there are some World War II veterans still alive at age 107 I warned my family not to count on my leaving anytime soon. I could still be around for another seventeen ... discuss

If we are to pinpoint the moment of beginning of personhood that has the best scientific grounding, out of all the moments that are candidates, that will certainly be the beginning of the single-cell ... discuss

Chicago Crime Roundup Monday March 21, 2011 Man dies in drive-by shooting A 22-year-old man died Saturday after being gunned down in a drive-by shooting in the Garfield Park neighborhood on the West S ... discuss

I'm sorry I've been spending awesome time with my grandchildren and I'm slowly making my way back to blogging. I hope to get back in the saddle over the next couple of weeks. Please come back and visi ... discuss

Those who visit this blog regularly probably have noticed that I have become a staunch advocate of reformed theology here on Jordan's View. The transition was gradual-- I went from being charismatica ... discuss

I first published this recipe on February 18, 2007 I have had my Belgian waffle maker for a few weeks now and it has been a great addition to my kitchen. Thanks to my neighbor Kathleen for rec ... discuss

Summer Leisure Reading: Some of these are the sorts of books I categorize under my Kindle as ‘Mama Reads.’ Because these are titlest that are free due to being in the public domain, they a ... discuss

I was recently reading about an upcoming conference at the Vatican entitled, "The Pastoral Project of Evangelii Gaudium” to implement the Holy Father's new apostolic exhortation, "The Joy of the Gos ... discuss

What happens when a sore festers too long.That’s right, ladies: I’m going to talk directly to men about man stuff. So I suggest you go read one of my friends (see my blogroll down in the right-han ... discuss

"In 1999, the conference approved the Philippine Supplement to the Roman Sacramentary containing the particular liturgical calendar and Masses for the country. As a sign of inculturation the conferenc ... 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

Brothers and sisters: may the Peace of the Risen Lord be with you!I hope you are having a beautiful, Bright Week of the Resurrection of our Lord. He is Risen! Indeed He is Risen!Lily (2004-2014)Our ce ... discuss

When I first moved to Wisconsin, there was a small group of women whom I lovingly called “the peanut gallery.” In their 70s and early 80s at the time, they were the ones who were at every event. ... discuss

Yesterday we drove through a snowstorm an hour and a half to the cancer center where I was to have my follow up appointment and consultation with an oncologist. We got there late and I was already fr ... discuss

The early part of the 20th century was a dynamic time in the U.S., and one of the major changes for the country was the introduction of number of eugenics programs.  The goal of these programs wa ... discuss

Well, as much as many of you would like to think that I've turned into a tree-hugging, whale-saving, environmentalist, that's not the 'green' I'm talking about.  When, I say, "We're Going, Green! ... discuss

I spend too much time listening to trash talk radio playing in my head. I hear voices that say I’m a hypocrite, I’m vain, and I’m just too selfish to share my gifts and talents with ... discuss

Please consider my response below to Mark Harrington's status update the other day. I love Mark and consider him a great friend and there are few people in this world who have done so much to share ... discuss

My French-loving daughter found this a while back from this site; hellogiggles.com.  I keep going back to look at it, and in my never ending quest to minimize, I found some other helpful related sit ... discuss

New research experimenting with oral immunotherapy to treat children’s peanut allergies has shown impressive success rates, offering a way for children to slowly and safely increase their tolerance ... discuss

Kevin Williamson’s cover story in the new National Review, “The End of Sex in an Age of Pornography,” is well worth your time, if you can stomach it. Williamson attends a major ... discuss

Texas is known for it's white gravy, so it's imperative that a transplant like me get it right. I've made gravy using drippings. I've made it using olive oil. I've made gravy since I was a little girl ... discuss

I have homeschooled my older girls, Gabbi, 20, now studying for her BSN at Franciscan University and Bella, 16 who is at Marianapolis Prepartory School. They enjoyed homeschooling and parent led  ... discuss

-By Warner Todd Huston The destruction of the USA is not coming nearly fast enough to suit Barack Obama. So, once again, he is threatening to use his power to issue a constant stream of Executive Orde ... discuss

According to a report released this week by the Pew Research Center, the so-called “digital divide” between whites and blacks is slowly being closed by smart phones. Here are the key findi ... discuss

According to press release of JESUS & I, which have ministering to the Tibetans. First of all they thought of bringing the concept of God and talk about the Creator. They also are trying to open ... discuss

“But now, O Lord, You are our Father; We are the clay, and You our potter; And all we are the work of Your hand.” — Isaiah 64:8 I look back this past year, and see how far I’ve come. The Lord ... discuss

What I love about Thoreau is that he made every moment of his short life count for something. Mostly what he did was perambulate –a wonderful word that means to walk and think at the same time. ... discuss

His soul swooned slowly as he heard the snow falling faintly  through the uni­verse and faintly falling,  like the descent of their last end, upon all the liv­ing and the dead. ... discuss

Razib Khan has a recent post at The Unz Review entitled “Why Inbreeding is Bad“, which links to a shocking Australian case of multigenerational first-degree incest, where many of the child ... discuss

Advent He will come, He will come. I can trust that He will come. He will come like a tiny child Silently slipping  into the open spaces in my heart. Slowly the corners of my mouth will turn up My e ... discuss

With all our kids' allergies, we can't eat the chocolate from the stores. Our options are to spend upwards of $5 for a candy bar, live without chocolate for Christmas, or make some ourselves. Last yea ... discuss

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An incensed critic recently offered his thoughts on my post, "Bill O'Reilly and His Comments on Drones: A False Characterization?" Vitriol aside, one will actually find an interesting counter-argumen ... discuss

Wesley Smith has often said that the mere legal availability of euthanasia (and with it assisted suicide) to respect the "right" to die with "dignity" will lead to a duty to die.Only the selfish will ... discuss

I have done several posts about Michael Voris and how I feel he has crossed the line. I find him to be more and more dangerous to the Catholic faithful. I know that is a very heavy accusation, but I ... discuss

I remember it as if it were just happening:I was a young mother with two small children.  Three and one.   I went to a mother's morning out at a local church and met a hostof new women. ... discuss

I wonder what you think about the subject of dreams and dreaming. Are you the dreamer type or more of a realist? Do you have a dream? Better yet, are you living one? Sometimes we get stuck in the dre ... discuss

Join Jen and the other Quicktakers over at the Conversion Diary 1.Another reason to be happy to live in Ohio - the awesome Ohio State Marching Band!  This routine is incredible!   ... discuss

Patrick B. McGuigan by Patrick B, McGuigan, Center for Educational Freedom, Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs: You might say, in the immortal words of Charles Dickens, that when it comes to educ ... discuss

     High School functions under a fairly rigid caste system; Rule 1) Seniors have nothing to do with freshman unless it's the quarterback of the football team flirting or dating the pr ... discuss

“The first panacea for a mismanaged nation is inflation of the currency; the second is war. Both bring a temporary prosperity; both bring a permanent ruin. But both are the refuge of political and e ... discuss

By Donald Prudlo, Ph.D. Editor’s Note: This is the sixth and final in a series of articles to explore the American Bishops’ Pastoral Letter, “Marriage: Love and Life in the Divine Plan.” Read ... discuss

Americas EBT system was taken off-line yesterday for about seven hours in seventeen states for (latest excuse) computer maintenance. Right in the middle of a busy Saturday! Now that is either really ... discuss

i have always instructed my children that regardless of what they do in life, as long as it isn't something "illegal" and they are enjoying what they are doing, then i am okay with that because l ... discuss

My husband has this amazing fall back position that I admire greatly. When the going gets rough, he gets polite. More accurately, he stays polite. He practices niceness. Raised like I was in a culture ... discuss

I recommend to followers of this blog the lecture recently given by Stephen Baskerville at Patrick Henry College, in which he describes how social liberalism today slowly but inevitably generates new ... discuss

Luke turned ten in August.  Ten years ago, I was a 24 year old new mom who had it all figured out.  Funny.  Ten years in.  I have it less figured out that a decade ago.  As I ... discuss

I received an obviously well-thought out comment from a reader on an older post that I wish could have been on a different post (it was left on Gay Marriage: The Irony of Liberal Intolerance from ba ... discuss

About ten years ago, I wrote this article for a parenting magazine, and it's been on my mind again lately because I'm at yet another stage of life wherein I feel like "a new mom."Homeschooling this ye ... discuss

William-Adolphe Bouguereau (French, 1825-1905), Pietà, 1876Behold, this child is destined for the fall and rise of many is Israel and for a sign that shall be contradicted. And your own soul a sword ... 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

OMG, this case is horrific and to think he's only being considered for a sentence of 27 years?! He should get the death penalty, who knows how many children were tortured, and suffered under his captu ... discuss

Jesus On Every Page - The Kindle edition of David Murray’s excellent new book Jesus On Every Page: 10 Simple Ways to Seek and Find Christ in the Old Testament has been marked down to just&n ... discuss

http://abortionmemorials.com/index.php Above is a link to the website for NATIONAL DAY OF REMEMBRANCE FOR ABORTED CHILDREN, on September 14th 2013. Gravestones marking the lives of more ... discuss

For the past couple of months I keep coming back to this beautiful post from Steve Gershom (aka Joseph Pervor) ‘Patience means not only being willing to wait for the end of something, but stayi ... discuss

As social media continues to supplant real living for more people who’ve embraced technology’s offer of an always-on existence, real-world repercussions of laying one’s persona before the public ... discuss

VIDEO: Nidal Hasan Faces Death Penalty … Read the restThe post ‘HE KILLED ME SLOWLY’ Loved Ones Tell of Despair After Fort Hood Shooting appeared first on L.I.I.S. Online.… Rea ... discuss

So the good Archbishop Vigneron continues to face opposition to his clear explanation of the teachings of the Catholic Church. Today, protestors marched outside of the Archdiocese of Detroit carrying ... discuss

Please do not be guilty of the above when considering the legalization of all recreational drugs. Anyone is legally permitted to kill himself slowly with tobacco, once addicted. Equally, a person may ... discuss

Actor Mark Ruffalo Proud of His Mother for Aborting His Sibling Actor Mark Ruffalo is causing a stir with a column he wrote defending abortion. But Ruffalo goes further than merely defending legal ... discuss

School is back in session and tomorrow*(This post was written on Wednesday.) starts a whole new day.   Not just a new day, a new chapter for me, your typical Stay At Home Mom.  My l ... discuss

First it was Atticus. Now, Anne-with-an-e has started classes, too. The rest of us are sitting back, taunting them cheering them on, and planning for the coming school year.More to come soon abou ... discuss

We all too often hear the argument that the Novus Ordo Mass is needed in our world to make the Mass accessible to the common man.  The Novus Ordo is seen as a bridge by some in the Traditional Co ... discuss

Iit was an ironic Kris Kristofferson song. It has become a somewhat clichéd expression. However, the phrase “best of all possible worlds” actually comes from a serious philosophical work, Essay ... discuss

Today is the optional memorial of St. Jane Frances de Chantal, the foundress of the Order of the Visitation of Mary.BiographyJane Frances Fremiot was born on January 23, 1572, into a prominent and pro ... discuss

Alan Caruba, Contributing Author: A map of the U.S. embassies and consulates throughout the Middle East and Northern Africa tells you everything need to know about Barack Obama’s failed foreign poli ... discuss

I did not set out to be a preacher. Ten years ago I would have laughed out loud if someone had told me that a decade hence I would be a regular in the pulpit. As I’ve slowly acclimated to p ... discuss

A year ago August 3rd, our adoption of Jacob was finalized. Little did I know this was just the beginning. I think I went into adoption thinking that it was the fairy tale that it looked to be. I w ... discuss

This was the original name of my post but now I am definitely going yzarc because I just spent all morning researching and writing a blog and went to answer the phone and somehow my 2 year-old cut the ... discuss

And here's the end result!  I realized I had the pot a little too high because unforunately I drilled the root holes a little too high.  It looked better higher out of the ground but to give ... discuss

from Jill Stanek.com 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@j ... discuss

South Sudan's President Salva Kiir sacks cabinet, including his deputy Riek Machar [1] South Sudan's ousted cabinet barred from entering ministries [2] UK Minister for Africa Mark Simmonds urges ... discuss

After what was billed as an amazing breakthrough, a harbinger of hope, researchers at University of Massachusetts managed to 'turn off'' the third copy of the 21st chromosome in a petri dish, many par ... discuss

Confession: I’ve spent the better part of this year with a bad attitude. Stressed from money going out the window. Overwhelmed by our remodeling mess. Mad at myself for being so indecisive. Tir ... discuss

Jehovah Jireh, our Provider.That phrase continually rolls around in my mind as my fingers gently trace the back of each worn folding chair. I slowly walk around each table, imagining tonight’s banqu ... discuss

This is a different kind of blog than any I thought I might be writing a year ago.  I've thought of writing photography blogs, parenting blogs, personal blogs, music blogs, and book blogs.   ... discuss

  I have a little going on in the vegetable garden.  Everything is up and growing except marigolds which were old seeds my Nan had so I guess they were no longer fertile.  I planted ... discuss

Think abortions only happen early in the pregnancy and that late term abortions are illegal? Think again. Thousands of babies all the way up completely full term are killed everyday right here all ... discuss

I believe in the total sovereignty of God and believe firmly that salvation comes entirely from God apart from any goodness, righteousness, or action on the part of man.  Many Christians, especia ... discuss

Note: I've added a "missing" piece to in bold, making article complete.                      &n ... discuss

Today is the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ.  It is also referred to as Corpus Christi. St. Michael's and Sacred Heart parishes will process with Jesus Christ in the Most Bless ... discuss

What is Love?  More specifically what is the Love that Christ calls us to?  To love everyone (not just those who love us or whom we are attracted to) as He loves us.  How can we do that ... discuss

This is the first post in a new series I will be doing: Questions and answers about the Orthodox Faith. If you have a question, you can e-mail me.Question: Often we read in the Fathers that, when we a ... discuss

O Christ Jesus, when all is darkness and we feel our weakness and helplessness, give us the sense of Your presence, Your love, and Your strength. Help us to have perfect trust in Your protecting love ... discuss

You might think I'm the brilliant kind of writer who knows the end from the beginning when composing pieces. If you thought so, you are wrong, and that's why I'm only a blogger with a day job. This w ... discuss

So the good Archbishop Vigneron continues to face opposition to his clear explanation of the teachings of the Catholic Church. Today, protestors marched outside of the Archdiocese of Detroit carrying ... discuss

Something tells me that martial law is gonna be declared before Mr. Obama leaves office. Which means, he won't be leaving office, because elections are going to be suspended along with the rest of the ... discuss

Back pain can be sudden or recurring, and it often takes more than some rest and a few pain pills to feel better. Instead of dealing with chronic pain, take proactive measures that will both prevent b ... discuss

Since Monsignor Georg Gänswein, the secretary of Benedict XVI is engrossed in the duties of Archbishop of the Roman Curia, a German deacon has been called to Castel Gandolfo. The Pope has been living ... discuss

*sounds of laptop keys being hit**heavy sigh**more sounds of laptop keys being hit*Repeat for the majority of the day.That is how my last couple of days have been. No, I am not slaving over a hard ass ... discuss

The economy is sinking slowly no thanks to the economic policies of Barack Obama, and the Democrats who support his agenda. More people are out of work now than ever before, American companies are cut ... discuss

At the chapel I frequent during the week, the Rosary is prayed after every Mass. During Lent, we pray the Sorrowful Mysteries daily.I find them difficult, frankly. I'd be lying if I didn't admit this. ... discuss

For any who still recall the assault of Colorado's Everett Stadig, aka " Abe" last June, the ongoing saga has all but evaporated from the media. Certainly, Westword has done the job that The Denver P ... discuss

20 February AD 1620 In 1619, King Christian IV of Norway and Denmark sent the ships Enhiørningen and Lamprenen in search of the Northwest Passage to India. The crew of sixty-four Norwegians, Danes, ... discuss

By now everyone has heard and has formed opinions about Pope Benedict XVI's announcement that he is going to retire.I think we should start with the notion that he is retiring rather than resigni ... discuss

Over the weekend a good man died. Michael Schwartz passed into his eternal rest on Sunday February 3, 2013.  For those of us who have known this "happy warrior" as our friend Bob Morrison called ... discuss

We went to the March For Life last week, as mentioned in my previous post, and had a great time. When I say "we" I mean Bobcats For Life. However, I think the part of the weekend that was most special ... discuss

We were also pleasantly surprised at how comfortable the car has remained intact throughout. Today's 911 seeks to move the porsche part uk as always, it's doing so within the porsche part uk of its es ... discuss

I am beyond grateful to introduce to you...Anna Lolaborn January 6, 2013 at 1:18 am(31 weeks 2 days)3 pounds 13 ounces17 inches *The photo above was actually taken when she was 4 days old this la ... discuss

This is my second post on my WordPress blog, "Eating Slowly."  I'm phasing out this one, so be sure to head on over and follow me before I quit posting here altogether!  I've added a "Follow ... discuss

I've gone and done it, folks; I've set up my new-and-hopefully-improved blog over on Word Press.  For now I'm calling it "Eating Slowly"  --which is kind of a misleading title given the fact ... discuss

The following is Part 13 and the final installment of an open letter to Colonel Vaughn Doner and a critique of his 2012 book, Christian Jihad: Neo-Fundamentalists and the Polarization of America. Thr ... discuss

On Facebook for the past several days, I’ve been counting down my 50 favorite Christmas songs. Coming up with the top 50 songs wasn’t terribly difficult. I’ve identified roughly 375 ... discuss

Merry Christmas!  Today with all its hustle and bustle is a hard day to find the quiet needed for meditation.  Lucky for us Christmas lasts 8 days in our Church, we have the Octave of Christ ... discuss

[This story originally appeared here in 2007, courtesy of “Rooster Cogburn.” According to our online statistics, it is one of the most sought-after items we have published here in our ten-plus yea ... discuss

  The old man sat in  his gas station on a cold Christmas Eve. He hadn’t been anywhere in  years since his wife had passed away. It was just another day to  him.   He ... discuss

Tim Sweetman(Originally Posted 2007) Joy to the world, the Lord has come! Let earth receive her king! It’s a beautiful phrase that proclaims why we must rejoice this holiday season. Yet during t ... discuss

A biographer said that the director, at the end of his life, shunned religion. Not true. I was there. From The Wall Street Journal By Mark Henninger I remember as a young boy watching the black ... discuss

The Development and Peace website shows less and less information on their partners, as they’ve removed those that have been outed for their anti-life, anti-Catholic positions. For the Philipp ... discuss

  Guest Post by Mike LaRoche for The Gateway Pundit Well here’s some rather unpleasant news this Pearl Harbor Day.  Korean rapper Park Jae-sang, who performs under the stage name of P ... discuss

Welcome to the first installment of What I Learned Wednesday (OR WILW if you prefer to abbreviate it). I was thinking about how I was going to do it and ended up decided to do it in list form. I like ... 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

Leona’s 2012 Advent and New Year’s Letter I have chosen one of my recent posts (see below) from my blog, THE REST OF THE WAY, for this Seasonal Greeting. ... discuss

Last night's Powerball winnings -- $570 Million! Would fund the fed gov't for 1 hr, 26 min. Amy Payne, Heritage Foundation: President Obama made his first offer to congressional Republicans yester ... discuss

30 November, 2012 (Romereports.com) With the arrival of Christmas, many Catholic families begin to decorate in preparation for the birth of Jesus. One of many holiday traditions still standing today, ... discuss

by Steve Jalsevac TORONTO, Ontario, November 29, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Court cases for Linda Gibbons and Mary Wagner are slowly making their way through the courts as the two women separately fa ... discuss

by Steve Jalsevac TORONTO, Ontario, November 29, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Court cases for Linda Gibbons and Mary Wagner are slowly making their way through the courts as the two women separately fa ... discuss

I predicted that Mitt Romney would win the 2012 Presidential race, so let that be a warning to you. 1.  The 2014 and 2016 elections will not be good for Democrats.  I don’t say this in a juven ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for November 27 is St. James Intercisus. A soldier and courtier to King Yezdigerd I of Persia in the early fifth century, James was a Christian who, during Yezdigerd’s persecuti ... discuss

“Reduce the state's income tax…repeal the state's capital gains tax.” Arkansas Policy Foundation, Murphy Commission project, 1998 Greg Kaza, Arkansas Policy Foundation: (November 2012) The poli ... discuss

You are RE-invited to drop into my blog www.leonachoy.blogpost.com and graze at your leisure anytime—hopefully regularly. I don’t post every day, but quite often, sharing excerpts from my writ ... discuss

In what will surely go down in history as a stunning turn of events, Denver media outlets yesterday reported that Everett Stadig's pro-life zeal has led to the arrest of a serial rapist.  In the, ... discuss

Pardon the long wait for this but both Brandon and I have been busy. However (like I promised yesterday) I am catching up on overdue blog posts so here it goes.I asked Brandon (aka The Catholic Geek o ... discuss

Guest post by Paul Revere In the aftermath of last week’s elections, much has been made of the demographic problem Republicans may face in coming elections. Black and Hispanic voters consistently gi ... discuss

A mini-abortion debate recently came to my attention, and I found the pro-choicer's thoughts to be particularly interesting:  Note: emphasis in the following quotations is my own. Comments o ... discuss

By Philip F. Lawler  Let’s face facts squarely. We have lost an election. We are in grave danger of losing a nation. The 2012 elections were a decisive defeat for the culture of life. B ... discuss

Could it beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee FAST AND FURIOUS???? Of course, that’s what has Eric Holder wanting to run away from Washington. Despite the obvious fact that Holder is running the department of in ... discuss

ROSARY OVER CHICAGO       A giant 75-foot  rosary floated gracefully over Chicago ‘s busy tourism district on Friday as thousands looked on. The six-foot gold cross hanging from ... discuss

C'mon, who's shocked? Oh wow.... really? Well, this may be a sort of "the gist of it" post because I have work so it has to be quick. I'll promise to explain as well as I can with my limited time.Yes, ... discuss

From The American Spectator By Paul G. Kengor Question: How is Benghazi different from Watergate and Iran-Contra? The obvious answer: the media. Liberal journalists turned Watergate and Iran- ... discuss

Obama has come across as an amazingly close approximation of Jimmy Carter, complete with a slow-growth economy and a foreign policy disaster, though one of Obama's empty boasts was he understood the A ... discuss

Thomas Sowell, on what's really going on with Obama - the confidence man, and the "mark" - the American electorate, in regard to the Obama administration's Benghazi fiasco:Confidence men know that the ... discuss




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