The cultural transformation of our once great Western civilization is alarming. After nearly 1700 years of Christian civilization – the greatest civilization ever known – a thoroughly Satanic culture is emerging. Most people seem to be unaware of this and would most likely argue against the proposition; however, it most certainly is taking place. Even…

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One of my favourite Bob Dylan albums was titled Desire. I find that word to be deeply alluring. During my life, I have desired many things: my father’s approval, popularity among my peers, academic achievement, wealth, sex, close friendships and many, many other things. Jesus said, “For where your treasure is, there your heart will…

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Jesus had hundreds of followers, but only 12 apostles. To the crowds, He often spoke in parables; to His chosen few, He spoke more plainly and explained the parables. Let others prove their trustworthiness before you reveal much about yourself. Even then, be cautious. Always remember the deceitfulness of the human heart (including your own).

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Spy vs Spy

I’ll never forget a scene from the movie Creed. Sylvester Stallone was training a young black boxer. The two of them stood in front of a mirror, and Stallone said something to this effect, “What I found in boxing, as well as in life in general, is that the biggest enemy we have to face is ourselves.”

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St. Michael the Archangel

Suddenly, it was there — a cone-shaped, white nest under the garden shed roof at the back of my property. A few wasps crawled near the round opening at the bottom. I had never seen one before and I felt a little intimidated. But, I thought, if they leave me alone, I’d leave them alone.

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Heaven

I will never forget the short passage in the New St. Joseph Baltimore Catechism that described how God will judge us after we die: “… he will do it in a simple way. He will look in our hearts to find one thing — love.”

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Original Sin

Recently, I listened to a talk on Youtube from a well known Rabbi. He explained the ancient Jewish concept that things either improve or deteriorate: They don’t remain static.

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