Tag Archives: Roman Catholic

The Demonologist

Conviction is a dying art. Speaking with certainty on matters of principle and truth are often shunned – especially when dealing with morals, spirituality, and conscience. In my experience, taking a stand for a belief that encapsulates assumed truths is … Continue reading

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Hallelujah Harvest Happening

Hay rides, bobbing for apples, pumpkin contest, candy, music, and games. We called it the “Hallelujah Harvest Happening.” A Christian alternative to Halloween – which we knew to be a night of Satanic celebration. With the exception of costumes, it was no different … Continue reading

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Contrasting Faith

There is a stark difference between the faith of my youth and the faith I subscribed to today. In my youth our faith centered around our right sacrifice before God. You were saved through the repeating of a simple incantation … Continue reading

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To Pray For Those I’d Rather Not

“But I say to you who hear, Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you, pray for those who abuse you.” -Jesus Christ, Luke 6:27-28 These are hard words. But… Several weeks ago, … Continue reading

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Holy Year of Mercy

On Friday, April 10, while celebrating a penitential service in Saint Peter’s Basilica, Pope Francis announced an extraordinary Holy Year of Mercy, saying he wants to make it evident that the Church’s mission is to be a witness of compassion. … Continue reading

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Confirmed and Reconciled

On January 20th I was confirmed by Bishop Coyle. No longer am I in a state of reconciliation with the Roman Catholic Church; I am reconciled. Catholic. Sealed by the Holy Spirit, chrismed with the name of Saint Jude, and … Continue reading

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We Don’t Do Much From the Altar

*Warning: Spiritual and Religious Musings Ahead In a discussion about the placement of the altar between a Protestant Pastor and Catholic laymen for the different services, the Protestant Pastor stated he wanted the altar pushed back to allow walking room … Continue reading

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