Tag Archives: JPII

Communion in the Hand

Recently, our local Catholic newspaper, “The Clarion Herald”, celebrated 50 years.  In this beautifully done issue, there was a timeline of significant things that happened in the Church and in the world during that period of time.  I enjoyed the … Continue reading

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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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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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