While at church this morning I was thinking back about the past week and all that has gone on in my life. Some bad things have happened but through them comes good. Continue reading “Sunday Reflection: A Heck of A Week”
A recent article on LifeNews.com about a poll taken by Students for Life of America got me to thinking today. Now I realize that some of you have only been reading my musings for a short period of time, so you may not realize when I begin to think I usually end up in trouble.
Yesterday I wrote an article for one of the outlets I contribute to about the state of Massachusetts’ considering making assisted suicide legal. I received a comment from one reader who believes this ballot question should pass. He argues that a person should be allowed to kill themselves. Continue reading “Sunday Reflection: Playing Through the Pain”
Back in the days when I didn’t practice my religion I was less than tolerant to others who did. Maybe that’s too strong, let’s say I put up with them but that was about it. Especially when they said things like “Jesus suffered for you.” Continue reading “Sunday Reflection: Shouldering the Cross”
Episcopalians will be meeting at their annual convention this week in Indianapolis, and one of the items on their agenda will be same-sex marriage. The question is whether or not they will adopt the blessing of these in their liturgy.
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among them are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” Those words were written 234 years ago.
We here in America seem to love labels. No matter what you “are” you can’t just be a plain old anything. Continue reading “What Kind of Catholic Are You”