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Are you ashamed of telling the truth?

When engaged in conversation it’s not out of the ordinary to assume that the discussion would be sensible and truthful. The last thing we expect to hear is a tale so far-fetched that it makes no logical or moral sense. The irony here is that the basic definition of a conversation is to convey truth. In other words, when...

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Did Pentecost Awaken our Sacramental Identity?

Our human condition is always dependent on some sense of initiation. Every time we awake from our slumber or engage a new activity it involves an initiatory process i.e. steps to begin, engage, exercise and then complete this process. When we apply this structural thought toward our Catholic faith we hopefully come to the...

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Does believing in the Creed invoke hostility?

Blessed Cardinal Newman once said “we can believe what we choose. We are answerable for what we choose to believe.” There has been a current trend by some within the Church to deem the Catechism of the Catholic Church as either too offensive, demeaning or that it simply invokes hostility by way of the language within the...

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