Monthly Archives: August 2017

Feast of the Assumption of Mary and Fàtima Trivia, by Cameron Daly

The Mass readings for the Solemnity of the Assumption of Mary can be found at the following link: This picture was taken by myself and used on my parish’s Facebook page this past Sunday, of a statue of Our Lady … Continue reading

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“Will our resurrected bodies be the same as our current bodies?”—Discussion Prompt Answered by Cameron Daly

In a recent Philosophy of Nature class discussion prompt, the question was posed “Will our resurrected bodies be the same as our current bodies?” My answer to the prompt is as follows: The Church’s teaching on this matter is that … Continue reading

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At The Sea’s Furthest End

  At the Sea’s Furthest End No man saw your footprints, Lord, As your mighty Wind did cry. It breathed over unknown waters, Rushing beneath the domeless sky.   No man saw your hand, Lord, As you blest the deep, … Continue reading

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Litany of the Immaculate Heart of Mary—posted by Cameron Daly

A picture in the sacristy of my church featuring a wood carving of Our Mother of Sorrows. The swords represent her Seven Sorrows.   Wishing you all a blessed month of August! August is recognized by the Church as the … Continue reading

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Faith and Reason: Friend or Foe?–by Cameron Daly

Think religion and faith are necessarily opposed to reason? Pope Pius IX would have begged to differ…. Qui Pluribus (Piux IX, 1846): • “… what is more, they boldly prate it [faith] is repugnant to human reason. Certainly, nothing more … Continue reading

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