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Samsons Retreat

Dan and Tom shared their recent experiences as retreatants at a “Samson Healing Retreat,” an event run by The King’s Men and held at Discovery House. Each describes his transformation during the retreat, resulting from the shared devotion to Christ along with the other men and the eventual mutual trust and love each man formed with and demonstrated to […]

Father Fessio

“But mine were not the feathers for that flight, Save that the truth I longed for came to me, Smiting my mind like lightning flashing bright. Here ceased the powers of my high fantasy. Already were all my will and my desires Turned–as a wheel in equal balance–by The love that moves the sun and […]

Interview with Suzie Andres, Part 2

What qualifies us to be called “Catholic?” How many of us “Catholics” could answer even the basic questions about “our” faith? Suzie Andres joins us again to help explore more deeply the Catholic identity. That is, who we are and how we understand ourselves. What we do is, of course, very important (“You shall know […]

True Friendship – Cuddeback

Spritual Dryness Desolation, Part 2

Dan and Tom continue to develop on the theme of our nearness or distance from God, during this Lenten season and throughout our lives. Our perception that God is at times distant–too distant–from us can cause pain, anxiety, fear and depression. But it is during these experiences that we need to do as Dan wisely […]

Suzie Andres, Part 1

Does it bother you when someone walks into the pew for Sunday Mass, but doesn’t genuflect? Did you know that when you see the red light or lit candle near the Tabernacle, that Jesus is present inside that holy compartment? If you don’t feel good after the Sacrament of Reconciliation, does it mean you didn’t […]

Q-tips Lent Prayer

As we enter the season of Lent, Dan and Tom wrestle with the latest set of covid-related guidelines by the bishops, those that call for the use of Q-tips by priests and deacons for the distribution of ashes. We are a sensory Church! But, it seems that anxiety and fear continue to grip many in […]

Prayer

As we enter the season of Lent, Dan and Tom wrestle with the latest set of covid-related guidelines by the bishops, those that call for the use of Q-tips by priests and deacons for the distribution of ashes. We are a sensory Church! But, it seems that anxiety and fear continue to grip many in […]

Abortion and Homelessness

Pro-life Philly

As Dan and Tom walked toward Independence Hall in Philadelphia, during the recent Right to Life march and celebration, they approached a homeless man sprawled on the street corner–in the bitter cold. Some would say that had his mother undergone an abortion, he would not have to experience his protracted suffering. Faithful Christians would say […]

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