Monthly Archives: June 2016

Short Reflections on the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary, by Cameron Daly

Agony in the Garden: Imagine gearing up to do or have done to you whatever you fear most, and that it’s something eternally unchangeable, to have an idea of what Jesus did for you. (The Church teaches that Christ’s sacrifice … Continue reading

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An Apostle’s Motivation: St. Paul on Justification, Part 1—by Cameron Daly

To further explain this post’s title: this is to be the first of six to seven blog posts concerning St. Paul’s theme of justification in his letters, which will be done as a class project (“Paul’s Pastoral Letters for Catechesis … Continue reading

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