Monthly Archives: March 2012

JPII’s Theology of the Body II

What I learned from lesson 2: God did not want for things to be “this way” – warped and distorted.  When He created Adam and Eve, He intended for their love to be a beautiful reflection of the love of … Continue reading

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Reflection for Sunday’s Gospel – March 11th

031112-third-sunday-of-lent.cfm As I read Sunday’s gospel to prepare for mass, I was stuck by Jesus’ humanity in this scene.  He walks into the temple – a very holy place – set aside for God, for worship – and people have … Continue reading

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JPII’s Theology of the Body for Teens

What I learned from Lesson 1: We are so loved by God as human beings.  God did not need us, and yet He created us out of pure love. He made us in His image and likeness to love and … Continue reading

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Insidious

After work today, I laid down to rest, and channel surf.  Out of curiosity, I stopped on the Dr. Oz show.  His panel of “expert medical professionals” was telling about all of the studies that backup their claims that taking … Continue reading

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Something Really Cool for Teens

Last night, I awakened multiple times with a horrible, hacking cough.  During one of my bouts, around midnight, the television was still playing and was on EWTN.  Between programs, a neat very short program was shown.  It was called a … Continue reading

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I Surrender!

“Whatever sends us running to Him, makes us embrace Him, causes us to depend on Him, is the best good in our lives.”  Gloria Gaither One word keeps coming to my mind today – Surrender!  I’ve had a lot of … Continue reading

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An Award Winning Author Reviews “Hope for Healing”

Thank you to Ellen Gable for being the first to review my latest book, “Hope for Healing.”  Please read the review over at her blog site, Plot, Line and Sinker.  Do any of these describe you? *I am an incest … Continue reading

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Sunday Stills – Openings

An opening – a duck blind This one might be a stretch, but I like it -It’s an opening – a window!

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Reflection on Gospel for Sunday, March 4th

030412.cfm   Gospel:  Mark 9: 2-10 In order to understand this Sunday’s gospel, the story of the Transfiguration, we  have to understand a bit about the Jewish feast of Sukkot.  This feast is also known as the feast of Tabernacles (meaning … Continue reading

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In Name Only

My friend, Ellen Gable, who writes over at “Plot, Line and Sinker,” is offering her Gold Medal Winning Novel, “In Name Only,” FREE today and tomorrow (March 2nd and 3rd) on Amazon Kindle. I’m ashamed to say, that I am … Continue reading

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