Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Fire of Faith is the Love of God


The Fire of the Faith is the Love of God As I approach sixty years on this earth I take time to reflect on my life most especially in context to my Faith. Though I’ve fought the battle of Faith … Continue reading

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Where to Begin


Where to Begin? So much has occurred over time since my last posting of approximately two weeks ago it is hard to know where to begin. In their ongoing effort to change the culture of the nation the new fall … Continue reading

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Happenin’s At Hunny-Bunny


Happenin’s At Hunny-Bunny Harvest time is once again upon us and the easy livin’ days of summer are rapidly coming to an end. The angle of the Sun has changed in the way it sheds it’s life giving light and … Continue reading

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Catholics in Action


Catholics in Action Throughout the history of Catholic Rural Solutions I’ve urged the readership to become involved Catholics by joining and supporting Catholic Action. An opportunity is coming which can be an occasion to show practical Catholic Action at work. … Continue reading

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Beyond Belief


Beyond Belief With the elevation of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI, there was much speculation as to the policies he would institute in Rome and in the Catholic Faith; after all, Pope John Paul II was a hard act to … Continue reading

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The Scourging: A Contetemplation of a Contemporary Catholic


The Scourging: A Contemplation of a Contemporary Catholic The most significant image of Our Lord, Jesus Christ’s horrific sufferings and death is that of the Crucifixion, as this was the ultimate expiation sacrifice which redeemed mankind from the sins of … Continue reading

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Freefalling


The Roller Coaster is About Ready for a Free Fall Unusually for an election year, or perhaps not if stats are politically motivated by the opposition, the various pundits and Wall Street gurus are predicting the imminent collapse of the … Continue reading

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