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December 2010

Merry Christmas!

By |December 25th, 2010|

Have a great Christmas filled with God’s blessings!

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CF 141: Road Trip

By |December 13th, 2010|

In this episode: A new Christmas skit – what would happen if there was no room at the Holiday Inn (of Bethlehem), David and Allyson talk about their Fredricksburg trip, falling off the Dave Ramsey […]

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November 2010

CF 140: All By Myself

By |November 30th, 2010|

In this episode: Vespers and benediction, scapulars,  advent readings, Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, Saint Dolls.

Links in this episode:

Pope’s Homily on Nascent Life

Scapulars #1

Scapulars #2

Question for the Gospel of the Week

Catechesis of the Good Shepherd

Saint […]

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Your Mission, If You Choose To Accept It…

By |November 16th, 2010|

Do you remember Mission Impossible from television some years ago? I used to like that action and intrigue show a lot. Times were certainly different back then. As I remember now, there was no gratuitous violence, no unnecessary sexuality, just good suspense and adventure. Did you like it?

One of the things that I feel or I see is what happens with people when a priest or this deacon starts preaching about the need for us to evangelize others. Catholics aren’t ‘disciples in mission’ for the most part — although being involved in New Media Evangelization paints a different picture than you see in the typical parish down the street. Many of us are on fire for our Faith. […]

CF 139: Kid's Edition

By |November 11th, 2010|

In this episode: Austin talks about scouting, Kathryn talks about the world of work, Mattie Claire talks on the show, our new priest Fr. JoJo. Call our NEW comment line at (936)228-1836 or email us […]

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October 2010

Catechesis of the Good Shepherd

By |October 11th, 2010|

For something like fifteen years, I’ve been a student and a devotee of Catherine Doherty and Madonna House. I’ve shared about ‘them’ in sermons, columns, recorded messages on the internet and with friends. Just ask – and I’ll start to share about my visits to Combermere, the formation headquarters of Madonna House, and about my visits to their Winslow, Arizona field house. It’s one of many in the U. S. and in other countries. […]