CatholicKnight
I'm a" democrat" who's pro life You might not want to say democrats finally called it a baby because I always do call it a baby. I'm not trying to be mean but it was kinda offensive what you said.
Anonymous

I will accept that. I would also challenge you to be active. I truly do not think that enough, and maybe you do, challenge their party. The prolife democrats need to continually call and challenge their democratic representatives and party platforms that specifically support abortion.
I hope you do.

Chelsea Clinton is pregnant…

…and the media and the democrats final acknowledge it’s a baby.

Also talks about her mother suggesting she become a nun and the differing views on abortion Pelosi had with her mother.
I say “score one” for a proper discernment process.

 “The Disciples Peter and John Running to the Sepulchre on the Morning of the Resurrection” by Eugène Burnand
(Thank you to restlesshippo)

 “The Disciples Peter and John Running to the Sepulchre on the Morning of the Resurrection” by Eugène Burnand

(Thank you to restlesshippo)

Let my people go

Let my people go

See, Mother… I make all things new.
If the Eucharist is just a meal, then Calvary is just an execution.
Dr. Scott Hahn
catholicknight:

It’s not about the bunny

catholicknight:

It’s not about the bunny

catholicknight:

I recently participated in a poll about my favorite Triduum service. It will always have to be Good Friday.

About 10 years ago my grandmother was moved from Ohio to our area to be in a nursing home. Faltering health and some dementia were settling in. My dad made the most visits to her and would…

Some Good Friday reflection about why bad things happen and a special love.

My seminarian friends, you must read this.
So many have been enthralled by Pope Francis. It is important to remember that he is first and foremost “just” a priest, like the ones in parishes everywhere.

I just posted our parish’s Holy Week schedule on my local town’s FB page.
I feel so evangelical!
Sort of cool and scary at the same time.

In other news, 3500 children were killed today with the blessings of their mothers - but we don’t have time for that.

In other news, 3500 children were killed today with the blessings of their mothers - but we don’t have time for that.

Who am I?

(From Vatican News)
During this week, he said, “We would do well to ask just one question: who am I? Who am I, before my Lord? Who am I, who enters into Jerusalem in celebration? Am I able to express my joy, to praise Him? Or do I keep distant? Who am I, before Jesus Who suffers?”

The Holy Father recalled the names of those appearing in the Gospel reading for the day which recounts Christ’s Passion and Death. “Is my life asleep,” he said, like that of the disciples who slept while the Lord suffered? “Am I like Judas, who pretended to love, and kissed the Master to give him over, to betray him? Am I a traitor?” Pope Francis listed the other players in the account of Christ’s Passion, calling us to ask ourselves if we are like one of these: Pilate, who washed his hands of his responsibility in condemning Jesus; the crowds who chose the criminal Barabbas over Jesus; the soldiers who struck Jesus and mocked him; the passersby who mocked Jesus as he hung on the Cross.

The Pope then went on to name those in the Gospel reading who showed their fidelity to Jesus: Simon of Cyrene, who helped carry the Cross; Joseph of Arimathea, the “hidden disciple,” who offered his own newly-hewn tomb for Jesus’ Body to be laid in; the women who wept and prayed before the tomb. Am I like Mary, he said, the “Mother of Jesus, who was there, suffering silently?”

Pope Francis concluded his homily saying that this question ought to accompany us through Holy Week: “Where is my heart? To which of these people am I most alike?”

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