Monthly Archives: January 2011

Prayer Request

I am sending a quick note from my phone… please say a little prayer for my daughter… we’re in the ER awaiting results from xrays. I’ll update more later. The CathApol Blog is a portal to the forums hosted by … Continue reading

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Beatification of John Paul II

The Vatican has announced that the beatification of Pope John Paul II will be on May 1, 2011.  Typically a miracle needs to be attributed to the candidate for beatification and a French nun, Sister Marie Simon Pierre, was cured … Continue reading

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Reformers on Mary (Update)

Updated: February 27, 2011 (I’m calling this finished): “Reformers on Mary” An Assembly of QuotesBefore we begin, let me clarify, this page of quotes was not originally of my own doing.  My original exposure to the original quotes came from … Continue reading

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Honorable Judge John Roll

Rep. Gabrielle Giffords I’m sure many of you have heard the news of Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords being shot in the head at 10:10am MST, Saturday morning, January 8, 2011.  As of Saturday evening she’s clinging to life, but the … Continue reading

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Fundamentalist Rulebook

This list was posted to the Catholic Debate Forum, and I thought I’d share it here as well… Disclaimer:  While we may discuss the views expressed here, it should be made clear, the views expressed in this list are those … Continue reading

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Dreikönigstag! Theophany! Epiphany!

Dreikönigstag is German for “Three Kings Day!” Theophany is from the Greek and means “The Appearance of God” It is Epiphany!  Epiphany is also from Greek and means “appearance” or “manifestation.” Today is the day we celebrate the Magi/Kings visitation … Continue reading

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Twelve Drummers Drumming!

So, today is the Last Day of the Twelve Days Christmas!  Tonight is “Twelfth Night” which traditionally has been an evening of celebration, drinking of “wassail” punch and the taking down of Christmas decorations, trees, wreaths, etc.  Often trees and … Continue reading

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