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The Ordinary Way

I am always astonished when I come across something beautiful or exciting in Catholicism, not because I’m surprised to find something more than a list of rules, but rather how is this not more widely known? Why are these beautiful teachings and … Continue reading

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Pride, Prejudice & God

While out walking contemplating whether or not to blog,  musing about why I chose the name “Seeking Pemberley” and whether I should venture into a new blog completely I started thinking about the story of Pride and Prejudice.  It then dawned on … Continue reading

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Book Review: Something Other Than God

I have been following Jennifer Fulwiler’s blog: Conversion Diary for some time now and like many others waited extremely patiently for her book, Something Other Than God to come out. It was worth the wait. Not only did I finish … Continue reading

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A Large or Small Church?

Throughout the history of the Catholic Church we have seen inclines and declines in the number of Catholics and it brings to mind the thought of what is better: A small church filled with devout members or a large church … Continue reading

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Battling Moral Relativism

There are pros and cons to teaching the older grades, as I am quickly finding out.  On the upside I have really enjoyed the higher level thinking and depth of discussion, with my class of sixteen/seventeen year olds, that you … Continue reading

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Are You Really Catholic?

Do Catholics even know what it even means to be Catholic anymore? Do we even know what we believe in, or is it all just a personal opinion?  I say this because after watching several days worth of the Democratic … Continue reading

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The Four Voices of God

  If we have different love languages, and if there are different types of learning styles, then it makes sense that we hear and experience God in different ways too.  I have been trying for several months to get through … Continue reading

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