Monthly Archives: October 2017

One Day: A Reflection on Death and Decay—by Cameron Daly

I once saw an article posted by a Catholic page, about what a life-changer it can be to have a skull on your desk. After having written most of this post, I just now actually read it and would highly … Continue reading

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Keeping a Faithful Friday—by Cameron Daly

When we receive the sacrament of reconciliation, we make an act of contrition; and in the one that I and probably plenty of others use, we say that we “firmly intend, with Your help, to do penance.” A simple question: … Continue reading

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Dance of the Sun–Miracle or Mind Game? by Cameron Daly

Originally posted on Roman Catholic Reflections:
In honor of today’s being the Feast Day of Our Lady of Fatima, I here offer my defense of the miraculous nature of the sign granted by Mary at the conclusion of the Fatima…

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