Monthly Archives: July 2010

California Catholics Strongly Favor Homosexual Marriage


Poll: California Catholics strongly support homosexual unions If true, this is an amazing turn about. First it was in California that Proposition 8, defining marriage as being between one man and one woman is the law of the land. So … Continue reading

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A Growing Number of People are Growing Their Own Groceries


A Growing Number of People are Growing Their Own Groceries Whether they are convinced that something wicked this way comes, or just that they want to have the most wholesome and pure ingredients in their family’s diet, more and more … Continue reading

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St. Fiachra, Patron Saint of Gardeners


St. Fiacre (Gaelic: Fiachra), is known as the Patron of Gardens and Gardeners, (as well as, cabbies and knitters). He was a descendent of the High Kings of Ireland, he died in France in 670 A.D. Therefore, by a broad … Continue reading

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Black Gold


Black Gold The compost pile is part of the God’s Bounty. It is a free, rich source of natural fertilizer; adds bulk and tilth to the soil, provides enzymes and beneficial bacteria to the garden, and is even said to … Continue reading

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Call Me an Ant But…


Call Me an Ant But I’m Puttin’ Up My Cords of Firewood Now Yeah! I know it’s only late July but this is the time to be squaring away your next heating season’s fuel supply. Thanks to good friends Ray … Continue reading

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The Principle of Subsidiarity a Key of Distributists Social Economics


The Principle of Subsidiarity a Key of Distributists Social Economics A community of a higher order should not interfere in the internal life of a community of a lower order, depriving the latter of its functions, but rather should support … Continue reading

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To Everything There is a Season…


To Everything There is a Season… All things have their season, and in their times all things pass under heaven. Eccles 3:1 The growing season is approaching its zenith. With the unseasonably warm days over the past two weeks it … Continue reading

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