Monthly Archives: February 2009

Fasting ALL Fridays

Are Catholics Still Bound By Canon Law to Fasting and Abstinence? Are Catholics Only So Bound During Lent? Code of Canon Law (1983): Canon 1251 Abstinence from meat, or from some other food as determined by the Episcopal Conference, is … Continue reading

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The Scriptures, The Church and The Truth

The Scriptures, The Church, And The Truth Protestants and Catholics share together a great source of truth: the Sacred Scriptures. But if we require our feelings to be the measure of truth, we will be forced to believe ourselves expert … Continue reading

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Scriptures, Church and the Truth

The Scriptures, The Church, And The Truth Protestants and Catholics share together a great source of truth: the Sacred Scriptures. But if we require our feelings to be the measure of truth, we will be forced to believe ourselves expert … Continue reading

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Red Envelopes

Help save lives! Join the Red Envelope Project! http://www.redenvelopeproject.org/ The goal is to send 50,000,000 (that’s 50 million) red envelopes to President Obama as a petition to raise awareness of the plight of the unborn. Check the details on the … Continue reading

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Red Envelopes

Help save lives!  Join the Red Envelope Project! http://www.redenvelopeproject.org/ The goal is to send 50,000,000 (that’s 50 million) red envelopes to President Obama as a petition to raise awareness of the plight of the unborn.    Check the details on … Continue reading

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Trying out WordPress!

Let me know what you think!  Or, do you prefer the Blogger version?  Advantage to the Blogger version, it has really existed for the length of time the archives show – this blog was just created and imported the articles … Continue reading

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How Old Is Your Church?

How old is the church you belong to? Who started it? Continue reading

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