A group of students at the University of Notre Dame recently staged a sit-in to protest “parietals”: rules prohibiting students of the opposite sex from spending the night in each other’s dorm rooms. But ending one of the few remaining protections for chastity on a college campus is a terrible idea.
If bible translators would stop dumbing down the Scriptural text and just give us exactly what’s there we would all be a lot better off. I think that a lot of the lack of preaching about Jesus, the lack of … Continue reading →
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The offer expires at midnight tonight! Have you taken any time to check out this year’s Catholic Mom Bundle Advent 2019? It took me until this afternoon to finally print out some of the gems in this year’s bundle! The Catholic All Year Printable Advent and Christmas includes simple printable resources to help you have […]
Readers will not be surprised to read that my own preference is for the October celebration of Christ the King. Although I would, if celebrating the Ordinariate Rite, obediently do what our Ordinariate books prescribe, that is, to keep this feast on the Sunday Next Before Advent, my own desire would have been that the Ordinariates had been allowed to return to the dispositions of Pius XI. (My
Christian YouTuber Brian Holdsworth has helped university student Tyler Brooks find ways to have respectful conversations on sensitive issues of differences in ways to worship.
On November 10th, National President Anne-Marie Gorman spoke at the 12:15 pm mass on “The Future of The Catholic Women’s League of Canada and the Implementation of the Strategic Plan.” Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish Council members and guests from the Saint John region were in attendance. Members appreciated learning about the strategic plan and how to participate in the process.
In their new book, Your Move: What Board Games Teach Us About Life, Joan Moriarity and Jonathan Kay challenge the monopoly video games have on our attention spans. Reviewer Anna-Liza Kozma scrabbles to pass go in the new golden era of tabletop risk-taking.