Monthly Archives: October 2012

Who are you planning to vote for and why?

There is nothing like practical application to move principles from the theoretical to the real and relevant.  The virtual conversation this question invites is an attempt to do just that, asking you to frame the rationale for your voting choice … Continue reading

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Family Connection for “Our Eternal Destiny” USCCA, Chapter 13

As we approach the holiday season, now may be an especially good time to remember those who have died. Your family could visit a cemetery, perhaps take flowers or a special token to place at the gravesite, and talk about special … Continue reading

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Family Connection – Act Justly

Blessed are the poor in spirit for theirs is the kingdom of God. Matthew 5:3 We can readily find in scripture proof that Jesus and His followers were poor by worldly standards as well as “in spirit.” Simply stated, being … Continue reading

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Chapter 30: Marital Fidelity

The information shared through the chapter on the Sacrament of Marriage (USCCA Chapter 21) is a good complement to the commitment to faithfulness in marriage in this week’s chapter on Marital Fidelity (Chapter 30).  On the webpage there are resources to … Continue reading

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October is Respect Life Month

Timing is perfect as we begin this week’s study of USCCA Chapter 29 –  “The Fifth Commandment:  Promote the Culture of Life.” Excerpt from this year’s statement for Respect Life month, by Cardinal DiNardo, the Chairman of the USCCB Pro-Life Activities … Continue reading

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