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God’s Waiting Room?

I am at the age that every waiting room I sit in makes me think that this could be God’s Waiting Room. I believe that throughout history most people have believed in a God. And with that necessarily follows certain questions of eschatology…that is th...

Unless We Believe in Eternal Life, Death is So Final

I had a friend who passed away this past week and have taken his death hard. I knew him for 65 years. As we aged, we both knew that father time would take its toll on us. For me, it was especially hard given that my friend was a person that had no faith in do...

The Womb of My Catholic Imagination

The imagination is the eye of the soul. –Joseph Joubert I think Catholic writers have a distinct ...

In All Things Look to the End

In ancient Greece a famous philosopher visited a certain city and began speaking in the public fo...

God’s Glory is Unimaginable

How large is our universe? In his children’s book, Is the Blue Whale the Biggest Thing There I...

We Must All Do Our Very Best to Get to Heaven

A Catholic high school basketball team was about to play for the state championship, and the morn...

What is the Kingdom of Heaven?

In the Gospel of Matthew (13:24-43), Jesus describes the Kingdom of Heaven. And this description is ...

Heaven: Our Automatic Destination?

One of the many U.S. Army units assigned to occupation duties in Iraq back in 2003 was the 24th T...

God’s Best Work

In contrast to the Platonic philosophy that has permeated the Western canon throughout most of Europ...

The Idea of Death Frightens Us

The idea of death often frightens us, and so as a society, we sometimes joke about it as a way of...

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