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Is it possible to hold someone spiritually accountable?

One of the most challenging situations a human being can face is holding someone accountable for their actions because rarely does someone want to be told what they can or cannot do. Or better yet, what they can say or not say. In our current societal state of affirming our right to basically say anything, we might get into...

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Why the Catechism of the Catholic Church Matters

G.K. Chesterton once said that to be inside Christendom one has to be near enough to love it, (pg. 10-11 Everlasting Man). The same could be said about anything that truly peaks our interest. This method of inquiry can serve us well when we attempt to find the truth in things. In many respects, this is what the Catechism of the...

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Are you isolating yourself from your children?

There comes a time when parents simply want some quiet time to themselves. Handling the rigors of parenthood by meeting the temporal and spiritual needs of our children can take a physical and spiritual toll. This carnal desire is something almost every parent goes through. It’s not a sinful desire per se for a parent to seek...

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