Posts from February 2013

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UNION WITH HIM

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BECAUSE OF UNION WITH JESUS:A biblical perspective on suffering Because of union with Him, Jesus suffered from acute myeloid leukemia. Because of our union with Him,Jesus went into remission after a successful bone marrow transplant. Because of union with Him, Jesus relapsedBecause of our Union with Him, Jesus’s clinical trial was unable to slow the […]

CATHOLIC DROP OUTS

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CATHOLIC DROP OUTS A majority (56%) of young Catholics (ages 18-29) admit they’ve dropped out of attending church at some point after having gone regularly. This percentage is slightly lower than the dropout rate among young Protestants with a Christian background (61%). Still, 65% of Catholic-raised young adults say they are less religiously active today […]

BARNA REPORT ON CATHOLIC & SEX

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The Spiritual Journeys of Young Catholics, Plus their Views on Birth Control, Sexuality and the Church February 19, 2013 – The Catholic church has been making news. On February 7, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops rejected the Obama Administration’s revised rules regarding mandated insurance coverage for contraceptive health. Less than a week later, on […]

LITTLE THINGS MEAN A LOT

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LITTLE THINGS MEAN A LOT Little things mean a lot. Just ask Jesus. It’s proven in the rhythm of each day. The tiny seed within you may have immeasurable significance. It is only in the day to day face to face relationships that life has any true value and irreversible change happens. The mustard seed […]

SACRAMENTS

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SOME SAID #185: SACRAMENTS-We Can receive the sacraments but still be unbelieving, unconverted, and, ultimately, rejected by God. (Paul 1Corinthian 10:1-4) CCB+

BAPTISM

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SOME SAID #184:BAPTISM: The Gospel,not baptism, is the power of God unto salvation. (Calvin) CCB+

WHAT IS LENT

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Question: “What is the meaning of Lent?” Answer: Lent is a period of fasting, moderation, and self-denial traditionally observed by Catholics and some Protestant denominations. It begins with Ash Wednesday and ends with Easter Sunday. The length of the Lenten fast was established in the 4th century as 46 days (40 days, not counting Sundays). During […]