July 19, 2020
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Which of these Snares is the Devil Using Against You?

The humble Italian priest St. John Bosco (1815-1888) was famous for his work with young people, and also for his many prophetic or symbolic dreams. On one occasion he dreamt a heavenly guide was showing him the road that led to eternal damnation...

The Importance of Each Day

An early Christian legend states that after receiving the Holy Spirit on Pentecost, the apostles eventually went off to different countries in which to preach the Gospel. St. Thomas ended up in India. Upon arriving there, Thomas met the local king...

My Lost Love

The early morning of October 8, 2016 was sunny yet chastened by a biting chill. However, the cold gave sincere promise of flowering into a very pleasant day. It was not just the chill that I will take to my grave but the memory of a lost love. That...

Eternal Man

German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche made quite a stir in the late 19th century when he informed the world God is dead! Since then most people have misunderstood what he meant. He wasn’t saying that God had lived and then He died. Nietzsche meant...

Do You Want To Live Forever?

On 1 March 1904, Alton Glenn Miller was born in the small town of Clarinda, Iowa. During his youth, he would also call home the states of Missouri, Nebraska, and Colorado. During his high school years spent in Fort Morgan, Colorado, Miller...

Banging on the Doors of Eternity

Many years ago, I attended a lecture in our parish auditorium, given by a Jesuit priest, a Father Paul Coutinho. He was promoting his book How Big is Your God?  The title raises an interesting question that relates to the subjectivity of our concept...

Made for Eternity

In his 1946 book, Remade for Happiness, Bishop Fulton J. Sheen wrote the unsacred scripture of our day tells us that time is the very essence of things. We are always in a rush to go somewhere, meet someone for lunch, and keep a medical or a...

The Serpent’s Promise

German philosopher Frederick Nietzsche made quite a stir in the late 19th century when he informed the world, God is dead! Most people have misunderstood what he meant. He wasn’t saying that God had lived then died. Nietzsche meant that He was...