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We should not Fear Death

If life is just a bowl of cherries, then death must be the pits. Fear of death is common among we humans, although fear of public speaking seems to frequently beat it out for the number one fear. What is interesting about the fear of death is that it seems …

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Dealing with Bad Things

We all receive bad news every once in a while as we live our lives. Sometimes devastating news. It might be news of the death of a loved one, or news of an accident that might have crippled a loved one; news that you or a loved one failed a …

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Most Annoying TV Commercials of 2010

Some TV commercials are entertaining, some plain boring and some mildly irritating. But some are so annoying that “mute” has worn off a lot of remote buttons or “fast forward” if you have DVR. It’s very possible the advertisers have decided that “annoying” helps recall and that, when we’re out …

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Jesus Christ Pontius Pilate Josephus

This question “Is the bible the only way to know Christ?” is by far one of the most explosive questions that can be asked. The thought is that the only way for Christians to know or even have ever heard of Christ is through the bible. However, throughout history, many …

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Movie Reviews Secret Window

SECRET WINDOW (2004) Dir. David Koepp. Johnny Depp plays a tortured suspense novelist named Mort Rainey (credit there for having a protagonist named ‘Mort’) accused of plagarism in this adaptation of a Stephen King short story. That’s a simplistic and misleading description I’m afraid – you see a strange hillbilly …

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Catholic Activities for Lent

There are quite a few activities for Catholic families during Lent, which may eventually become traditions.  Lent is not only about giving up things, it’s about giving to other people, either your time or money.  There are many wonderful activities to strengthen your family’s faith and bond all of you …

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Spiritual Mysteries

A friend asked this today: “What is your take on the unknown?” What a nifty question. I came up with this long-winded response: At one time, I was deeply interested in esoteric teachings and hidden truths. Now, however, I feel little attraction to digging and delving but rather to simply …

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