Image by RAEng_Publications from Pixabay The Lord has healed many people of many different ailments over the centuries. From those who are paralyzed, blind and the deaf to others with cancer and tumors. Even my own brother got healed in Lourdes back in the 70s of being a coeliac. The doctors were amazed that this … Continue reading Have You Ever Noticed God Never Heals An Amputee?
Pictured above is a man well known and remembered by the people from my town of Dundalk. He was a homeless man from Australia. Nobody knows exactly what attracted him to the town of Dundalk where he had no ancestral or familial ties to. There is much to say about him and his eccentric character … Continue reading How The Will Of God Differs To Our Own Will
Image by S. Hermann & F. Richter from Pixabay Today I had my usual weekly meeting with my spiritual father in which we both discussed various topics of interest. I was actually 5 minutes late today when normally I am on time. The reason for this is because I was watching TV with my son … Continue reading A Day In Your Shoes
Image by Clker-Free-Vector-Images from Pixabay I recall some couples leaving the faith recently and they had some reasons. Yes, after all the hard work they put through schooling them at home. Then after all the toil and trouble of spoon feeding them scripture, rosaries and all the Jesus movies you can get your hands on, … Continue reading What Should I Do When My Children End Up Leaving The Faith?
One morning as my wife lamented the place and town where we live I explained it was like Sodom and Gomorrah. I told her we've lasted longer than Lot and his wife did in a society that is by far worse than the hedonistic and criminal cities of Sodom and Gomorrah. You could only imagine … Continue reading Raising Children In The New Sodom And Gomorrah
In 1 Thessalonians 5:17, St. Paul writes that we should 'pray without ceasing.' That seems like a monumental task. How on earth can one pray without ever stopping? If one were to look at it from the devotional perspective, that is to say, to be on ones knees 24/7 praying rosaries, it would certainly seem … Continue reading What It Means To Pray Unceasingly
Image by Reynaldo Amadeu Dal Lin Junior Juba from Pixabay With the amount of criticism being directed towards our saintly Pope Francis, many Christians loyal to him are unsure about even disagreeing with him. The reason for this is because there is a fear of being seen as joining in with the ultra right fundamentalist … Continue reading It Is O.K To Disagree With Pope Francis
We all have had our moment of agony in the garden, perhaps not as intense as Jesus agony, but we've all had a taste of it. When we are feeling anxious, or something disturbs us, we are less likely to pray. You've just had an argument with someone, or for no reason at all suddenly … Continue reading The Agony In The Garden
Image by Emmanuel Mendez from Pixabay Suffering is a cycle we all must endure. Everyone wants to escape the Circus of suffering at the centre of which is the clown. The clown is me and you in all our red-nosed comedic glory. We are forever tripping over our big clumsy shoes that is our ego … Continue reading Only Through Suffering And Great Discomfort Can We Be Healed
Image by Capri23auto from Pixabay Multicultural societies is nothing old and as far as the world has began to turn they've been among us. In some countries it is controlled and used as a force for good, but on others it has been used as a strategy by Kings to punish nations and flush out … Continue reading The Problem With Immigration And Multicultural Societies