March 2014

What Does God See When He Opens His Eyes?

March 8, 2014

Recently we went to Mass with two Protestants.  As we walked in the door — there it was, as big as life — a CRUCIFIX with the Body of Our Lord hanging over the altar. I knew what the Protestants were thinking — I used to think the same – ”CATHOLICS ARE WRONG, JESUS IS NO LONGER [...]

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Poll Shows Pope Francis Very Popular With American Catholics

March 7, 2014

85% Express Favorable View of Him After 1 Year on Throne of St. Peter By Kathleen Naab WASHINGTON, D.C., March 06, 2014 (Zenit.org) – The Pew Research Center released today results on surveys about Pope Francis. Among the findings, the survey shows that a large majority of American Catholics feel favorably about the Pope and [...]

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Steve Ray Explains Depths of John 21 on the Shore of Galilee

March 4, 2014

One of my favorite things to do on a pilgrimage is to dive into the Gospels in the places where it all took place. John 21 is a post-resurrection appearance of Jesus where he fed the disciples breakfast on the shore of Galilee in the early morning. Hope you find it helpful and instructional. Join [...]

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Can Evangelicals and Catholics be Friends?

March 2, 2014

Catholics Can Learn a Good Deal From Them But Big Differences Remain By Father Dwight Longenecker ROME, February 28, 2014 (Zenit.org) – Last week Evangelical Anglican Bishop Tony Palmer spoke to a gathering of Pentecostal Christian leaders in America and showed them a personal video greeting from Pope Francis. Bishop Palmer became friends with Pope [...]

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There and Back Again, Again, Again…

March 2, 2014

Thousands of people, dozens of airplanes, and just a few short weeks. Now begins the most vigorous speaking season of my year. Will I be in a city near you? March 1 Edmund Oklahoma, Catholic Fellowship of Men Mar 2-4 Chickasha Oklahoma, Holy Name Parish Mission March 8 Corpus Christi Texas, Fullness of Truth Conference [...]

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