April 2012

Two Talks this Week in Naples and Ave Maria Florida

April 16, 2012

If you are live in the area of Naples Florida, please join me for two Q &A sessions Tuesday at Ave Maria University and Wednesday at St. John the Apostle Catholic Church in Naples Florida. I am a regent of the Ave Maria University and it will be great to speak at this noble Catholic [...]

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Just Finished My Book and Bible Study: “Joshua, Judges & Ruth”

April 15, 2012

I have been writing this with every free minute for the last few months. I have just finished my 300 page Bible Study on Joshua, Judges & Ruth which will be offered by CatholicScriptureStudy.com this fall. It is tied in to the Fathers, the Catechism and Jewish history. I am very proud of the result. [...]

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Nicely Produced Pro-Life Freedom Voting Ad

April 13, 2012
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Listen to the Catholic Bible as Though You Were There

April 10, 2012

Truth & Life Dramatized Bible – Endorsed by the Vatican with their Imprimatur. This is a great new product. It is the whole Catholic New Testament read/acted so you can listen in your car, at home, on your smart phone or anywhere. Download part of it for FREE. There are background sounds to bring the [...]

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My Granddaughters Singing a First Communion Song

April 9, 2012

My Grandaughter, Maria Faustina (and my grandson Damian Augustine) both had their first communion on Easter. Maria had been practicing this first communion song and taught it to her 2 year old sister Arabella. This was a spontaneous performance during kitchen cleanup. Enjoy. Song Written by friends Kristie & Bridget Gulock www.kristieGmusic.com

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I’m on Catholic Answers Live Today at 6 PM Eastern

April 9, 2012

The topic is Easter and the Aftermath. We will be taking questions and discussing everything that pertains to and swirls around Easter and the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. We will also discuss the next 50 days, the aftermath of Easter. To listen live go to www.Catholic.com/radio.

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Dr. Ed Peters Revisits: Neumayr Against Cardinal Wuerl – Eucharist to ProAborts

April 9, 2012

With enemies like Neumayr, Wuerl needs no friends, by Dr. Edward Peters When an ecclesiastic like Washington’s Cardinal Wuerl is attacked so meanly and repeatedly by a writer like George Neumayr, the prelate needs no friends to rush to his defense. Instead, it suffices that folks simply read what Neumayr wrote, a la:  -The word [...]

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Two Hurting Easter Bunnies

April 8, 2012

My grandkids thought this was great!

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Dudley and Diane Brossette’s Conversion: From Searching Many Churches to Catholic

April 8, 2012

“Dudley and I met and married after we had both gone through divorces. We blended a family of eight children, so our life was full of excitement and difficulties. “We had both been raised in Protestant churches and have families who serve the Lord according to their understanding of scriptural truth. We had little disagreement [...]

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Matt Gibson’s Conversion Story: Lutheran to the Dumps to Catholic

April 6, 2012

Here is an excerpt from Matt’s story: “I was very proud of my Lutheran faith.  I would argue with my Catholic friends till I was blue in the face.  I remember being invited to go to Mass with one of my Catholic friends.  I went and remember sitting there thinking what am I doing here.  [...]

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Two Cool Timelines for Holy Week

April 5, 2012

There are a lot of things that happened in Holy Week. Do you know what was done when?, Where Jesus was each day? What the sequence of events were? These are great tools to accompany you through Holy Week and beyond. Print them out and put them on your refrigerator. Talk about it over dinner [...]

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The Shroud of Turin: A Poem by Joe Marmion, one of our pilgrims to Turin

April 5, 2012

The Shroud of Turin Ascension Thursday May 2010 by Joe Marmion To see the face of Christ, to see the wounds he suffered, the wounds of the scourging were particularly visible as dots and dashes all over His body. Not an I blinded eye came to read the silent summation of your dying on that [...]

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