Topic: wine

Buckwheat Sesame Molasses Bread I have two versions to share- the original, yeastbread version, and if you scroll down, the sourdough version I made this week. This is a dense, hearty, dark, whole gra ... discuss

Brethren: Peace be with you on this Feast of Christ the King.Before I launch upon this post, I have a confession to make: I am first and foremost, a monarchist. Yes, I am! Don't feel threatened, thoug ... discuss

According to Justin, on Sunday all those believers in good standing in the city and country side gathered to worship on Sunday because that is the day Jesus Christ rose from the dead and the day God b ... 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

This is the lead article from the latest issue of the Les Femmes newsletter which isn't posted at the website yet. I'd be happy to have your comments. What impact do you think the Pope's visit to the ... discuss

November 15th in the Eastern Rite Churches begins the Nativity Fast. This 40-day long period fasting is a preparation for the holy celebration of Christmas. Like Lent, the Eastern Churches observe ... discuss

The saint of the day for November 14 is St. Lawrence (also spelled Laurence) O'Toole, a Benedictine abbot and archbishop of Dublin.St. Lawrence O'Toole was born around 1128 in County Kildare, Ireland. ... discuss

A crucial date for Anglicanism in the United States of America is the consecration of the first Bishop of the Anglican Communion in the United States. During the colonial era, there had been no Anglic ... discuss

Son of the chief of Hy Murray. Taken as a hostage by King Dermot McMurrogh Leinster in 1138 when he was ten years old; Dermot later married Lawrence’s sister Mor. He was released in 1140 at age twel ... discuss

John Eliot’s First Indian Teacher and Interpreter Cockenoe-de-Long Island and The Story of His Career from the Early Records Published in 1896 We all know quite a bit about Squanto, but Cocken ... discuss

Not only is it Veteran's day today, but it is the memorial of St. Martin of Tours, a soldier in the "Army of God" who is the patron saint of soldiers.Saint Martin was born to pagan parents in Hungary. ... discuss

Today is a two-fold celebration.Firstly, today is Martinmas, the Feast of St. Martin of Tours, and a great celebration in the Catholic sense.  This is the end of the autumn season and essentially ... discuss

 On November 9, 324 Pope Sylvester consecrated one of the first churches built by Christians once the Emperor Constantine granted them freedom to worship.  This church was  given spec ... discuss

Whither has October fled?  It's gone missing and I'm left wondering if one of my favorite months met all her obligations before she took off for a year's sabbatical.At least one obligation was cl ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - Christian Songs for Kids and other humans What’s on your to-do list today? Make breakfast, go to work, have lunch, go home from work, a little TV with the family (or alone), an ... discuss

INTROIT Dan 3:31, 29, 33All that you have done to us, O Lord, you have done in just judgment, because we have disobeyed Your Commandments; but give glory to Your own name and deal with us in accord wi ... discuss

The Collect.ALMIGHTY and most merciful God, of thy bountiful goodness keep us, we beseech thee, from all things that may hurt us; that we, being ready both in body and soul, may cheerfully accomplish ... discuss

An acquaintance of mine is doing Whole30.  She’s about halfway through. Totally unrelated to the Whole30 plan, she had also been dealing with some anxiety issues and her doctor had told her tha ... discuss

When I read the following article at Vatican Radio about the pope's homily today (linked below below) I got chills -- not good chills I'm afraid -- the kind you get on Halloween (which it happens to b ... discuss

Question: We Orthodox Christians Commune with the same spoon. What about the transmission of germs and diseases? I think germs were discovered in the 17th century. Before that, illnesses were attribut ... discuss

iv> Standard Podcast [ 14 min. 16 sec. | 11.55 MB ] Play NowPlay in Popup | Download Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours: Vol I, 1169 Vol II, 1619 Vol III, 1264 Vol IV, 1233 Christian Pr ... discuss

Granny Tea made an absolutely marvelous butternut squash soup the other night. I had butternut squash, sweet potato, chicken broth, onion, whole cream, a bit of milk and a couple other ingredients. It ... discuss

Bill Smith, Editor's Comment: The following is composition from three sources which readers may review regarding reports of the attack on the freedom of the press by the Obama administration. Two quo ... discuss

Here's an example of an irresponsible use of scientific research. This article, provocatively titled "Sadly, This Worldwide Belief About Wine is Actually Totally Wrong", is claiming that one study has ... discuss

This video of ships being tossed around and almost capsized by massive ocean waves is basically what many have characterized as the condition of the Catholic Church following the Synod on the Family. ... discuss

To hear some people talk, apparently exhorting believers to repent of their apathy towards abortion and to love justice and mercy is putting the Church in imminent danger! I will be the first to admit ... discuss

1. My college girls were on fall break today and we were all having a leisurely morning so I decided to make pancakes for everyone. Pancakes, and chatter, and laughter and delight. And suddenly I had ... discuss

Countless times abolitionists have been told that we have no right to call Christians who are members of other churches to repent of abortion apathy, because it somehow disobeys the biblical struc ... discuss

Foster parenting can be a lonely business. It is tough to go out into the world and join playdates and homeschool co ops with families who just don't get it. Many try and many are willing to jump in ... discuss

Credit: www.religionnews.comThere has been a tremendous amount of cyber ink spilled on the subject of divorced and remarried Catholics being readmitted to the sacraments, specifically being able ... discuss

Tweetby Justina Van Maren It’s the first of October, and what I think of when I look at the date is; wow, it’s only been five months. It’s only been five months since the Ontario interns ... discuss

And war broke out in heaven.... We know of war. We hear of wars and rumors of wars. We see our nation and others fighting over things that matter and things that don't. Some of you have even fought ... discuss

Christian teaching is full of paradox. God is three, yet he is one. Jesus is human, yet divine. This is bread and wine, but also Christ's body and blood. And you, Christian, are sinner yet also sa ... discuss

There is an interesting psychological phenomenon that was identified in 1972 called "Groupthink". Wikipedia [HERE] gives us the definition:Groupthink is a psychological phenomenon that occurs within ... discuss

Pat Archbold at Creative Minority Report did a post listing "7 Things To Restore Sense of Sacred Your Pastor Could Do Tomorrow"  [HERE].  The list is as follows:1.  "Ad Orientum" - "the ... 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

We have a big God For I am convinced that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor present things, nor future things, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature wil ... discuss

[For the next four days, I will be reprinting in its full length a Facebook post from a Dominican novice, Anthony J. J. Mathison. I’ve done some minor detail work — replacing straight quotation ma ... 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

Y ears ago, Corpus Christi or The Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ was commemorated on the Thursday after Pentecost Sunday. In order to encourage more of the faithful to reflect on this gre ... discuss

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Dad Central Consulting for The Calling Wines. I received a product sample and promotional item as a thank you for participating. I was asked to review The Ca ... discuss

A blog reader sent this image of a Neocatechumenal Tabernacle.This tabernacle found in their headquarters, the Domus Galilaeae, is composed of two portions, the Book of the Gospels above and ... discuss

Justin Edwards has recently written a set of articles against us (and Russell Hunter in particular), claiming that "our teaching is deceptive" and that by it we put "the Body of Christ in imminent dan ... discuss

I recently had a conversation with a dear friend on the subject of religious strife.  At one point, in connection with his status as a fallen-away Protestant and mine as an observing Catholic, he ... discuss

Over the course of the re-ignition of abolition in America, some defections were expected, some betrayals anticipated. When abolitionists first came on the scene with a Gospel-centered worldview an ... discuss

John Shore is a sometime author, Huff-n-Puff blogger, and former "rabid anti-Christian" who claims to have become a Christian after hearing a cartoon voice in a rarely used supply closet at work.No, I ... discuss

SermonSt. Paul Lutheran Church, Havelock, NCThe Third Sunday of EasterLuke 24:13-35The Road to Emmaus. One of those Bible stories that captures our imagination. It actually happened ON Easter Sunday ... discuss

I know this is a little random, but I'll sort it out later. It's just nice to find a place to write down some of the things we've found so useful over the years (and often wished we had purchased the ... discuss

Lent 4March 30th, 2014John 9:1-41Our Savior Lutheran Church, Whitefish Bay, WIIt is part and parcel of our sinful nature to get things wrong. Turned around. Backwards, even.We make ourselves God, an ... discuss

"He that is unjust, let him be unjust still: and he which is filthy, let him be filthy still: and he that is righteous, let him be righteous still: and he that is holy, let him be holy still.  An ... discuss

Funeral of Esther Mueller, (February 22, 2014) Holy Cross Lutheran Church Rev. Todd A. Peperkorn (Isaiah 25:6–9) TITLE: “Death is Swallowed Up” Arden, Sherree, Linda, Dennis, grandchildren, ... 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

As new research show more babies are born damaged because their mothers drank during pregnancy, Beverley Turner candidly explains why women with bumps are glugging more wine than ever before and confr ... discuss

Francisco de Zurbarán, The Apotheosis of St. Thomas Aquinas (1631).  See here for an article about this painting.Happy feast day to my friend and illustrious brother in St. Dominic, Thomas Aquin ... discuss

"In the Gospel , Jesus is clear on this , he is very clear: new wine in new wineskins . God brings the wine, but it must be received with this openness to what is new. And this is called…Read mo ... discuss

In November my husband and I celebrated our first wedding anniversary.  November also plays host to both our birthdays, so it’s a great season of yummy meals, glasses of wine, and my personal favor ... discuss

For the second time in 13 months, Egyptians have approved a new constitution. Compared to the constitution they just tossed aside, the new charter promises Christians a stronger standing and better re ... discuss

Analysis by Markus Tozman For the second time in 13 months, Egyptians have approved a new constitution. Compared to the constitution they just tossed aside, the new charter promises Christians a s ... discuss

Something a little different for a change. Inspired by my son's jokes I present this series of "Did you hear..." jokes. I'd love to read your comments with your favorite "Did you hear..." jokes.1. Did ... discuss

Wednesday marked opening day for recreational marijuana sellers in Colorado where some envision a new culture of pot tourists, much like those who visit California's Napa Valley to sample wine. Origin ... discuss

Herewith the annual V for Victory! year-end highlights, with thanks as usual to Wikipedia for refreshing my recollection:January2: The "fiscal cliff" is allegedly averted with the signing into la ... discuss

we have seen it and testify to it and proclaim to you the eternal life that was with the Father and was made visible to us— what we have seen and heard we proclaim now to you, so that you too may ha ... discuss

And the Word became flesh. Just let that sink in for a moment. The Word. The living Word of God. The eternal Word of God. The Word of creation, by whom all things were made. The Word tha ... discuss

I’m going to stop saying that the day was a blur, and just tell you if and when I have a December day that isn’t.  Instead, I’ll just hit a few highlights: I finished Parker’ ... discuss

Sermon Text:  Matthew 11:2-15Grace and Peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.Two of the most important questions that you can answer in this life are the questions, “ ... discuss

Although Colorado is often credited for passing America's first abortion law, it was actually Mississippi ~ as States of Refuge reminds us."The eyes of America are upon you. Abortion began in Ame ... discuss

Prohibition is an awful flop.We like it.It can't stop what it's meant to stop.We like it.It's left a trail of graft and slime,It's filled our land with vice and crime,It don't prohibit worth a dime.Ne ... discuss

I've been having yet another discussion about Transubstantiation with a Protestant - a very good man and a very smart one. And I've been thinking of a way to explain it by analogy in terms that someon ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. I: Ordinary: 649 Proper of Seasons: 150 Psalter: Monday, Week I, 699 Christian Prayer: Does not contain Office of Readings. Office of Readings for Monday of ... discuss

Yesterday, Today, and Always “Therefore, stay awake! For you do not know on which day your Lord will come. Be sure of this: if the master of the house had known the hour of night when the thief ... 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

As I suspected, yesterday’s headache was part of the mystery virus that seems to be toying with us.  Only Parker has hurled, but there have been several complaints of headaches and a few stoma ... discuss

Kindle has a new program- if you already bought hard copies of some books, you may be able to buy the Kindle versions at much reduced rates (sometimes even free!)- see if you have any titles that qual ... discuss

“Now when the day of Pentecost had come, they were all with one accord in one place.  Suddenly there came from the sky a sound like the rushing of a mighty wind, and it filled all the house whe ... discuss

This morning, Kaitlyn and Natalie stayed home from soccer to do some emergency cleanup because we were out late last night, and thought that our Krav class was going to be at our house right after so ... discuss

With all the controversy over the new translation of the Mass, something's been bothering me for a while. I have a confession to make. . . I don't actually know the definition of ineffable. Ineffable ... discuss

I was once a loyal follower of Michael Voris. At that time I saw the Catholic Church as being in a state of chaos.  It seemed that many Catholics were hardly even aware or caring about the teachi ... discuss

The Collect.ALMIGHTY and most merciful God, of thy bountiful goodness keep us, we beseech thee, from all things that may hurt us; that we, being ready both in body and soul, may cheerfully accomplish ... discuss

foundationlife.netFrida Berrigan at the Huffington Post tells us what it was like growing up in a groovy Catholic Church: For starters, there was no rosary involved. Eucharist of watered down wine and ... discuss

In conversations with the Calvinists the Lutheran will often say, "You don't take Jesus' Words for what they plainly say." The Calvinist will then reply, "I'm rubber, you're glue, whatever you say bou ... discuss

Text:  Habbakuk 1:1-4, 2:1-4Theme:  “Waiting... in Faith”The Twentieth Sunday after PentecostLWML Sunday; St. John’s Lutheran Church, Racine, WIOctober 6th, 2013One of our common “fi ... discuss

Reflections on Ephesians 6:1-9. Some of the memories I have of childhood are from the primary Sunday school class. My mother was the teacher for most of what I can remember, though there were some oth ... discuss

Reflections on Ephesians 6:1-9. Some of the memories I have of childhood are from the primary Sunday school class. My mother was the teacher for most of what I can remember, though there were some oth ... discuss

Funeral Service for Bonnie Gilbert (September 21, 2013) Holy Cross Lutheran Church Rev. Todd A. Peperkorn Isaiah 25:6–9 BonnieGilbert09-21-2013 TITLE: “The Party of a Lifetime” Jack, Cheryl, Mat ... discuss

"The year is 1833.  Col. Davy Crockett runs for reelection to Congress and gets an unexpected lesson from a farmer on the meaning of the Constitution.  Is it proper to give away other people ... discuss

Lander, Wyo., Sep 22, 2013 / 04:47 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- As a new academic year begins, Wyoming Catholic College’s new president believes that his school offers students an education meant to int ... discuss

Miley (ugh!) CyrusI have to say that I was actually somewhat heartened by the response to the vulgar, obscene display by Miley Cyrus at the Video Music Awards a couple of weeks ago. Most people were r ... discuss

John Smith sent us this comment which was posted on LifeSiteNews after it was not only removed, but he was also banned from posting there again.  I have received at least 10 separate e ... discuss

So, reality is that with five children some days are better than others. Most days have their moments, and I have learned to just breathe and buckle down and get it done. Today...well...today is one ... discuss

Luke 14:1-14Pentecost 15September 1st, 2013Christ the King and Redeemer Lutheran Churches, Racine, WISinful pride.  Selfish, sinful pride.  This is one way of describing what Jesus observed ... discuss

August 27 is the feast of St. Monica, one of my favorite saints. Here are ten facts about her that you should know.Monica was born in 332 to Christian parents in Tagaste, northern Africa and her Chris ... discuss

The Collect.ALMIGHTY and merciful God, of whose only gift it cometh that thy faithful people do unto thee true and laudable service; Grant, we beseech thee, that we may so faithfully serve thee in thi ... discuss

20 August, Old Testament Samuel was the final Old Testament judge. Besides Deborah and an anonymous man in Judges 6:7-10 first prophet mentioned after Moses, although we could consider some of the oth ... discuss

So, yeah…do I remember how to do this? ...Blogging I mean. It's been a while. I've been trapped in a baby-time black hole for the last few months. Sorry, but that's life. Well, my life anyway, wit ... discuss

Hebrews 11:1-16St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Cassopolis, MIAugust 11th, 2013Pentecost 12“The righteous shall live by faith.”“We hold that a man is justified by grace through faith.”“Your fai ... discuss

--- 1 --- There are restful vacations and "good experience" vacations, and this year we took a risk that the Weedlets were old enough to appreciate some sight-seeing without whining the entire ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. IV: Ordinary: 615 Proper of Seasons: 78 Psalter: Friday, Week II, 901 Christian Prayer: Does not contain Office of Readings Office of Readings for Friday in ... discuss

by Stephanie Gray The country of Chile is famous for its wine, but abortion advocates would say its infamous for its tough stance on abortion—killing one’s pre-born child is illegal there, ... discuss

by Stephanie Gray The country of Chile is famous for its wine, but abortion advocates would say its infamous for its tough stance on abortion—killing one’s pre-born child is illegal there, ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. IV: Ordinary: 615 Proper of Seasons: 68 Psalter: Wednesday, Week II, 855 Christian Prayer: Does not contain Office of Readings. Office of Readings for Wedne ... discuss

TweetBy Stephanie GrayThe country of Chile is famous for its wine, but abortion advocates would say its infamous for its tough stance on abortion—killing one’s pre-born child is illegal there, no ... discuss

First Way's 40th Anniversary Celebration Fundraiser, this past Sunday afternoon, was a wonderful experience for over 160 guests who attended. The music was beautiful. A string trio opened and was foll ... discuss

He said, write down the vision    that you had,    and I wrote what I saw.I saw the world    kissing its own darkness.It happened thus: &nbs ... discuss

An Irish priest is driving down to New York and gets stopped for speeding in Connecticut. The state trooper smells alcohol on the priest's breath and then sees an empty wine bottle on the floor o ... discuss

St. Poemen the GreatQuestion: "In this world where we are taught to enjoy ourselves and seek pleasure, where, even as Christians, we want to glorify God's creation, how are we to know when we have rea ... discuss

The doctrine of predestination belongs to the Gospel, not the Law. Whenever the scripture uses the term of election, some 70 times, it is applied only to the believing Christian. Therefore, if the h ... discuss

Luke 11:1-13Pentecost 10Grace Chapel, Bellefontaine Neighbors, MOJuly 28th, 2013If you are like me, you don’t pray as you should.  You don’t pray as often.  You don’t pray as selflessl ... discuss

Old Testament prophecy regarding the Messianic Kingdom provides us with a paradox. On one hand, we know the kingdom of God began in Jesus day, as clearly declared by Christ as he began to preach, ... discuss

The Barque of Peter, remodelled.The modern world, which denies personal guilt and admits only social crimes, which has no place for personal repentance but only public reforms, has divorced Christ fro ... discuss

 From ‘choice’ to ‘not in her shoes’: Planned Parenthood sidesteps the issue  By Paul Stark Editor’s note. This recently ap ... discuss

Sermon – St. John's Lutheran Church, Fredonia, WIPentecost 8cJuly 14th, 2013Luke 10:25-37“First.. we kill all the lawyers” The famous line from one of Shakespeare's plays has become a running j ... discuss

O Mary, Mother of the High Priest, You love your priestly Son with the love of your maternal heart.Hear my heartfelt prayer today for all priests.I pray For faithful and fervent priests,For ... discuss

O Mary, Mother of the High Priest, You love your priestly Son with the love of your maternal heart.Hear my heartfelt prayer today for all priests.I pray For faithful and fervent priests,For ... discuss

1. I know it is not Friday, but my sense of time is all messed up thanks to the Thursday holiday. I thought yesterday was Monday. Didn't even realize it til I got a text asking me why I wasn't at a ... discuss

Pentecost 4 – June 16th, 2013Luke 7:36 - 8:3Trinity, Millstadt, IL"Big Sinner. Big Savior"The contrast couldn't be clearer. The self-righteous pharisee and the sinful woman, grieving at the feet of ... discuss

We have now come to the eleventh station of the Cross - Jesus is nailed to the cross.The following is a description from frugalsites.net about what it meant to be nailed to the cross:At the site of ex ... 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

II Peter 3:1–7: This is now the second letter that I am writing to you, beloved. In both of them I am stirring up your sincere mind by way of reminder, that you should remember the predictions of th ... discuss

 I am humbled; I am in awe, kneeling but five feet from the monstrance – the vessel used to publicly worship and honor the Eucharistic Jesus Christ. Rays as of purified gold radiate and sur ... discuss

It's Carnival Time at Little Brother's school and the attached parish.I'm no fan of Carnival, but my kids are. Little Brother was sad last night because the Big Kids went there without him (he's going ... discuss

Whew. It has not been a fun few weeks let me tell you. But, I’m still here. I still feel kind of wobbly and uncertain, but I’m still here. I do feel, thanks be to God, a lot better now than I ... 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

For the second time in the UK, the "School of Mary" offers: The First level Course Initiation into Spiritual Life - 2013 Description: The 7 days (7x6h = 42 hours) of lectures for the "Initiation into ... discuss

Sermon – Easter 5 – Acts 11:1-18Grace and Trinity Lutheran Churches, Bear Creek, WI"The Same Gift - Repentance that Leads to Life!"We turn our attention to the reading from Acts. I don't ... discuss

In John 3, Jesus tells Nicodemus that he must be begotten from above. Nicodemus asks how he's supposed to get back inside of his mommy's tummy. Jesus tells Nicodemus that he doesn't have to have some ... discuss

Things are moving . . . really moving in terms of our relocation to The Philippines.All home repairs have been accomplished and the house is on the market. Tomorrow, we will be listed on the MLS.  ... discuss

In honor of Holy Week, and with tonight being the commonly accepted night of The Last Supper, I think it appropriate to discuss the topic of just WHO Jesus IS. Not "was", because He lives! H ... discuss

I just want you to know that if this is your sign then you are actively supporting my persecution, torture, imprisonment, etc.  Perhaps you know that already, and perhaps that warms your heart, b ... discuss

I thought, this being Holy Week, that it would be appropriate to give some insight about Passover from my very dear and recently departed friend, who was a father figure and spiritual mentor to me. He ... discuss

The following is excerpted from chapter four of my new ebook, Love the Least. To read Love the Least in its entirety download it for free and add it to your favorite ereader. For the first ten yea ... discuss

British novelist Julian Barnes says he contemplated suicide over his wife’s death–and still does. From the Telegraph story: “The question of suicide arrives early, and quite l ... discuss

SermonLent 5Immanuel Lutheran Church, West Plains, MOLuke 20:9-19“Crazy Bad Tenants. Crazy Good Lord.”Preparing for our move overseas, we've sold our home, and for the last few months we ... discuss

Sermon – Lent 4 “Laetare” - March 10th, 2013St. Paul Lutheran Church, Hamel, ILJohn 6:1-6“The Lord Who Feeds”I don't know how any Lutheran can honestly look at the feeding of the fi ... discuss

Women in the priesthood comments are found throughout the media, voiced largely by outsiders to the Catholic Church, either non-Catholics or those who have willingly distanced themselves from the Chur ... discuss

Sermon – Lent 3 - March 3rd, 2013Village Lutheran Church, Ladue, MOMatthew 13:1-9“Repent or Perish”Repent or perish! Well, happy Sunday morning to you, too, pastor. Repent or perish! ... discuss

Sermon – Reminiscere – February 24th, 2013Grace Lutheran Church, Dyer, INMatthew 15:21-28“Feasting in Faith when Yes Looks like No”I suppose there's a misison theme today in that the ... discuss

ass="separator" style="clear: both; text-align: center;">So, with all that being said, we can now move on to Leviticus 10. It is from this chapter that we get a phrase that is used quite commonly. Tha ... discuss

My family and I came home on Sunday night from Baguio, where we attended an inspiring (though at times, tiring) weekend retreat organized by Couples for Christ, our Catholic community. Since then, my ... discuss

February 3 is the Feast of St. Blaise. Today, however, is Sunday and, as such, is a day of the Lord taking precedence over commemorations of Saints. Nevertheless, Catholic Churches will be blessing ... discuss

I don't know about you, but I have this weird habit, in prayer, to add the solution.As in:"Jesus, please do this, that, and the other thing, in order to fix this, that, and the other thing."To be more ... discuss

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 28th, 2013 Contact: Pastor Stephen E. Broden, 214-394-0098 LOS ANGELES, Jan. 28, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ — February 1, 2013, will mark the nation’s oldest a ... discuss

Pastor Stephen E. Broden Fair Park Bible Fellowship Church 1321 Rowan Dallas, TX 75223 The 44th NAACP Image Awards will be held Friday, February 1st, 2013. The awards come at a time when the economic, ... discuss

Contact: Pastor Stephen E. Broden, 214-394-0098 LOS ANGELES, Jan. 28, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ — February 1, 2013, will mark the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization̵ ... discuss

Francisco de Zurbarán, The Apotheosis of St. Thomas Aquinas (1631).  See here for an article about this painting.Happy feast day to my friend and illustrious brother in St. Dominic, Thomas Aquin ... discuss

Thousands of faithful Episcopalians gathered in St. Louis, Missouri in 1977 and agreed upon the Affirmation of St. Louis, a document which expressed our commitment to the historic and biblical faith o ... discuss

Here's the bad news about yesterday's "Keeping It Clean in 4 Easy (Enough) Steps" post: you have to build about 6 weeks of momentum before the temptation to quit stops stopping you. Oh, and here's wor ... discuss

Tweet This PostWhat does one say on such a grievous day? This post will not be a “feel good” post but I ask you that if you started reading that you read to the end. I’m a visionary, I tend to ... discuss

Today is the feast of St.Vincent of Saragossa, deacon and martyr.St. Vincent of Saragossa was one of the Church's three most illustrious deacons, the other two being Stephen and Lawrence. He is also S ... discuss

Sermon – 2nd Sunday after Epiphany – John 2:1-11 St. John's Lutheran Church, Random Lake, WI “The Bridegroom at the Wedding” “Who is this guy?” That's perhaps the main question of the Ep ... discuss

Today Our Lord starts his public ministry by changing he water into wine at the marriage feast of Cana and in it he "let his glory be seen". In this action of mercy we have presented to us two fundame ... discuss

The Beauty of Jacob's Well"Then cometh he to a city of Samaria, which is called Sychar, near to the parcel of ground that Jacob gave to his son Joseph. Now Jacob's well was there. Jesus therefore, ... discuss

First ReadingIs 62:1-5 For Zion's sake I will not be silent,for Jerusalem's sake I will not be quiet,until her vindication shines forth like the dawnand her victory like a burning torch.Nations sha ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. III: Ordinary: 651 Proper of Seasons: 78 Psalter: Sunday, Week II, 827 Office of Readings for Sunday in Ordinary Time God, come to my assistance.– Lor ... discuss

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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

Thank you, Jean, for this award, which is both an honor and a blessing!Here are the rules if you accept this award. You need to do these things:1) Name your favorite saint, and why.2) Name your f ... discuss

Sermon – Christmas 1 – Luke 2:22-38Trinity Lutheran, Sheboygan, WI“Depart in Peace”The family is all gathered around. The doctors have given the grave news. “Time is short. Say y ... discuss

Today is the feast day of my Community -- the feast of St. John, the Apostle and Evangelist. St. John is also my patron saint and the saint I try most to emulate in my daily life.St. John, a fisherman ... discuss

NORAD Tracks Santa + Family Fun Activities ( Chinese | Deutsch | English | Español | Français | Italiano | Japanese Português ) tian ... discuss

(With apologies and thanks from my friend, Chad Bird) Holy Cross Lutheran Church Rocklin, California Rev. Todd Peperkorn Advent 4C (December 23, 2012) Luke 1:39-55 12-23-2012advent4c.mp3 TITLE: “In ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. I: Ordinary: 649 Proper of Seasons: 377 Psalter: Monday, Week IV, 1065 Christian Prayer: Does not contain Office of Readings. Office of Readings for Monday, ... discuss

Brethren, Peace and Good to all of you in Christ Jesus, who saves us by faith, hope, and charity, not by acquiring esoteric knowledge only available to some “initiates”. For the saving “mysterie ... discuss

Advent 1, December 2nd, 2012Bethel Lutheran Church, Gurnee, ILLuke 21:25-36“Advent Q&A” Introductions, etc...A happy and blessed Advent to you, and as well a new church year. The season ... discuss

One of our greatest living philosophers, Alasdair MacIntyre, recently gave a lecture at the University of Notre Dame titled “Catholic instead of what?”  MacIntyre always h ... discuss

"A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within." "Do not blame Caesar, blame the people of Rome who have so enthusiastically acclaimed and ador ... discuss

Spending more than $12 million in the 2012 election, Planned Parenthood is now poised to really cash in--with an unprecedented level of new influence. Already the most pro-abortion administr ... discuss

A crucial date for Anglicanism in the United States of America is the consecration of the first Bishop of the Anglican Communion in the United States. During the colonial era, there had been no Anglic ... discuss

Son of the chief of Hy Murray. Taken as a hostage by King Dermot McMurrogh Leinster in 1138 when he was ten years old; Dermot later married Lawrence’s sister Mor. He was released in 1140 at age twel ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for November 12 is St. Josaphat.Josaphat Kuncewitcz was born about the year 1580 at Vladimir, Volhynia, [part of the Polish province of Lithuania at the time] and given the name J ... discuss

The following is a sermon from Rev Tony Sikora that was posted on Brothers of John the Steadfast.  Enjoy.=========================================Beloved in the Lord, The reformation of ... discuss

One of my true heroes passed away over the weekend. Here's his story from my upcoming book Where Do We Find Such Men?James A. “Jake” Blanchfield attended to his regular duties as Circulation Manag ... discuss

Barbara and Jonny CurtisYesterday, I was devastated to learn that my mentor and friend, Barbara Curtis has gone home to her Father's House. She left us suddenly, suffering a massive stroke.Barb and I ... discuss

One of my wife's co-workers loves Halloween. She and her husband regularly have a big party. This year, my wife cajoled me into going.Now, understand that I am not a party person. I'm not a crowd ... 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

I originally published this study on my first blog called Just Thinking... on 8 October 2006. Tithing in the Old Testament “(22)  You shall surely tithe all the produce from what you sow, which c ... discuss

The Collect.ALMIGHTY and most merciful God, of thy bountiful goodness keep us, we beseech thee, from all things that may hurt us; that we, being ready both in body and soul, may cheerfully accomplish ... discuss

Sleep not in sin; for vengeance is prepared against the inobedient. Fly from Babylon, if ye will not be partakers of her plagues. ~ John Knox [1] The Church has long slumbered, content to be fattened ... discuss

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Thank you, Esther, for this award, which is both an honor and a blessing!Here are the rules if you accept this award. You need to do these things:1) Name your favorite saint, and why.2) Name your favo ... discuss

Fact-checking has become yet another tool of political spin and mere honest errors have become outright lies in the process. Was Joe Biden merely wrong about the Catholic Church's doctrine on abortion ... discuss

Greetings everyone! 1) Ground Zero Report: Day 14 – Silence Before the Storm Day 13 – Homeless Tears for the Unborn Day 10 – Seeds That Don’t Take Root Midpoint Rally: Sun. Oc ... discuss

Hear Matthew Flannagan preach on Genesis 27. Genesis 27 – Jacob and Esau 27 When Isaac was old and his eyes were so weak that he could no longer see, he called for Esau his older son and sai ... discuss

I’m wearing a new red rubber wristband: it says “Iowa Strong—11.6.12” It’s a good reminder for me and for Iowans of the important role this state plays in our presidential selection process. ... discuss

Trinity 16Trinity Lutheran Church, Cumberland, MDSeptember 23rd, 2012Luke 7:11-17Grace, mercy and peace.... Introductions, etc...At Nain, life crashes into death, and life wins. Jesus was traveling ... discuss

If, like me, you have become convinced that Barack Obama could eat the heart of a slaughtered kitten from the skull of a beaten puppy, while standing on the steps of the Capital, and all the mainstrea ... discuss

I can’t wait until I have my children…. I love the idea that they don’t have to do something that they have no interest in, that they can do something completely opposite if they wa ... discuss

I can’t wait until I have my children…I love the idea that they don’t have to do something that they have no interest in, that they can do something completely opposite if they want ... discuss

Pentecost 16St. John's Lutheran Church, EdgertonSeptember 16th 2012Mark 7:14-29Grace and peace to you in Christ, friends in Christ...“If you can do anything, have compassion on us and help us”“I ... discuss

                      This reflection is taken from my book Pro-Life Reflections for Every Day, which is available for purchase at: ProLifeRefle ... discuss

  From: American Minute  Sent: Sunday, September 09, 2012 Subject: Sept. 9 - California Spanish Missions - History & Today ... discuss

I know I’m supposed to be fasting from the internet, and yeah, I’ll get back to that in a second, but right now, a girl’s got to rant.You know, I don’t drive much. I don’ ... discuss

Goethe's Faust In this world, what isn't lacking, somewhere, though? Sometimes it's this, or that: here what's missing's gold. ~ Goethe, Faust, Part II, translated by A.S. Kline by Ralph Benko, ... discuss

"Jesus Heals Ten Lepers"  by James TissotGuest Blogger:  Robert Moeller, Jr.Text: Luke 17:11-19Grace, mercy, and peace to you from God the Father and our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!Je ... discuss

The Divine Shepherdess I will cure all your ills.  I will bandage your wounds with the oil of mercy and the wine of love. Letaille 211© Holy Card HeavenThe Birthday of our Lady - Yesterday was t ... discuss

Atticus sent this one to me yesterday. Not only is the poem about wine (the poet and his wife are, after all, the authors of A Guide to North Carolina's Wineries), it's about late nights and marriage. ... discuss

Todd A. Peperkorn, STM Holy Cross Lutheran Church Trinity 13 (September 2, 2012) Luke 10:23-37 – The Good Samaritan TITLE: “The Good Samaritan” Grace to you and peace from God our Father and fro ... discuss

Pola Negri Stories The Helena Modjeska Art and Culture Club in Los Angeles is sponsoring a presentation of Kazimierz Braun’s Pola Negri Stories at Magicopolis, 1418 4th Street, Santa Monica, CA ... discuss

The Collect.ALMIGHTY and merciful God, of whose only gift it cometh that thy faithful people do unto thee true and laudable service; Grant, we beseech thee, that we may so faithfully serve thee in thi ... discuss

Hey there folks, blogging will be light (but I will never say “non-existent”) while I am attending the Catholic New Media Conference in Dallas, where I will be a lesser light amongst such ... discuss

Astronaut Neil Armstrong always modestly viewed himself, and preferred to be viewed by others, as the anchor man in a relay race. That race began in 1957. The Soviets had their own reasons for going t ... discuss

The development of pasteurized grape juice by Thomas Welch as a substitute for Communion wine is well documented.  Welch, a pietistic, temperance-minded nineteenth-century Methodist, pioneered wh ... discuss




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