Campy Dance of the Saints

A happy First Sunday of Lent –  we hope you enjoy the Lenten reflections.

As well, a joyous Leap Year to one and all, the only time when, in Ireland, so custom goes, a woman may propose to a man, a custom that may soon be outlawed in our transgendered world. Leap years were standardized in their modern form with the calendar instituted by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582, in modifying the earlier Julian version.

Under our tragic – in more ways than one – Trudeau government has more or less abolished the euthanasia restrictions put in place when the macabre practice was first legalized. There are still some paper-thin safeguards, but more or less anyone now with a ‘serious illness’ can be offed the same day he asks – and if you have given an ‘advanced directive’, you can still be murdered even if you later apparently change your mind. I will have more to say on this soon.

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First Sunday of Lent

The First Sunday of Lent provides the perfect way to deepen our understanding of this sacred season. We find this in the first sentence of the Gospel: “Jesus was led up by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil.” There are three parts to this statement. The first, is that Jesus is led by the Spirit. […]

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Lent Saints & Virtue: Week TWO

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Week TWO: March 1-7 Quick Bio: St. Josephine was branded by slave owners with 114 scars on her body. She forgave the slave traders who kidnapped her and those who tortured her saying: “I would kneel and kiss their hands, for if that did not happen, I would not be a Christian and religious today. […]

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