Archive for Reflections
Love is “the flame of the candle of sacrifice”
My own children are always teaching me things in their childlike faith…
Dear Friend, I know we disagree on politics. We don’t have to agree on political issues, but since you chose to reprimand me by stating that as a Christian I should not say the things I say about Obama, I must firmly disagree. Respectfully, I must prove that you are wrong in your assertion that being a Christian means you must like everyone.
Mary lived in a sinful world and was affected by its sorrows, but not by its wickedness…
Fathers are the foundation of families, they give them identity and meaning in both life and in death. On this weekend when we stop the frenetic pace of life to honor and remember fathers, we have an opportunity to reflect on what really matters most in our lives. They are a gift to be received and we should thank them if they are still with us. If not, we should still thank them, honor them, remember them and learn all we can from the example of their lives.
Chinese officials dragged 23-yr-old pregnant mother Feng Jianmei from her home and held her three days for a ransom before killing her seven-month-old baby en utero by lethal injection and delivering her tiny corpse after family failed to come up with the cash. Slate.com’s editor Allison Benedikt warned “If your goal is to protect abortion rights, gulp for a second if you must, then get over it.”
The mainstream media has decided that the forced abortion story from last week is history.
Cruz would kneel by his bed every night and asked God to help him find a woman who would be a good wife for him