Monthly Archives: November 2012

God’s My Crutch

The majority of people, I know who have fallen away from the Church, say that they don’t need God, they don’t need a crutch to get through life,  they can be good without him etc, etc. Interesting thing is these … Continue reading

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God Before Bread

Lately, I’ve been in the company of people who have been struggling with the concept of suffering and especially world hunger.  They argue that really very few people believe in God or Jesus because there are so many starving people. … Continue reading

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Giving Our Two Cents

Sunday’s Gospel gave me a lot to reflect about and has really renewed my optimism for this year of faith.  I have always looked at the story of the woman, who gave her two pennies, as only to do with … Continue reading

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