Category Archives: Faith and Justice

Help One Dying Veteran Have a Home

The other day I blogged about my wife’s efforts to help the homeless, in Tents for the Homeless. Now I’m exhorting you to consider another Work of Mercy: Miki Odendahl, a good online friend of mine from whom I’ve learned … Continue reading

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Please help a Marine Corp widow

The other day I blogged about my wife’s efforts to help the homeless, in Tents for the Homeless. Today is another day in which I’ll be exhorting you to consider another Work of Mercy Stephanie Price, Marine widow. Stephanie and … Continue reading

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On Martyrdom, Truth and Moral Absolutes

It is the day after Christmas, the Feast of St. Stephen the Protomartyr. He was the first person recorded to have died for the Faith. Martyrdom has several connotations, mainly that of extreme belief. Either you were killed for your … Continue reading

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Faith, Justice and Matthew 25

Since the year began I’ve taken a greater, more focused interest in Matthew 25: 31-46, the Gospel account known as the “Last Judgment.” In it, Jesus tells people what will happen at The End when He returns to judge all … Continue reading

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