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Happy Valentine’s Day!–by Cameron Daly

Happy Valentine’s Day! I know some people think of Valentine’s Day as little or nothing more than a cheesy and commercialized “fake holiday” as one guy put it. While I won’t deny that people have commercialized it, I will ask–what … Continue reading

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For Those Mourning the Deaths of Loved Ones

I know a number of people who are mourning the loss of a loved one. Please take a moment to watch this clip I took of the movie “The Encounter: Paradise Lost,” where Jesus is talking to a man whose … Continue reading

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“For we all seem to give our lives away/ Searching for things that we think we must own”–by Cameron Daly

Here’s a good song to think about this time of year (by one of my favorite bands–Trans-Siberian Orchestra). Try to pay particular attention to the line “I think I would be alright if on this Christmas night/ I could just … Continue reading

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VOTE FOR LIFE!–by Cameron Daly

I remember reading recently–maybe on a Priests for Life site–about voting in the long term, keeping in mind future consequences of what you wish for today. Beware a society that doesn’t intrinsically value human life; how easily it could turn … Continue reading

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What We Should Be Doing Anyway: St. Paul on Justification, Part 6—by Cameron Daly

So, what is it that “we should be doing anyway,” as I put it? Well, a major part of what we should do is avoid doing evil deeds. What is it that God warns us against, to help us avoid … Continue reading

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Practice What You Preach: St. Paul on Justification, Part 5—by Cameron Daly

As I’ve shown over the past four posts in this series, true Christianity clearly professes good works to be necessary for salvation. The next step for the Christians, then, is to live out that profession.   As St. Paul put … Continue reading

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The Gospels as They Pertain to St. Paul’s Doctrine: St. Paul on Justification, Part 4—by Cameron Daly

As noted in the last post of this series, I will here be discussing how doing good works is shown to be necessary by the Gospel accounts. Matthew/Luke According to St. Paul, “no one can say, ‘Jesus is Lord,’ except … Continue reading

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Another Catholic Blog…

My mom asked me to share this–it’s the Catholic blog she started, called “Contemplating Our Catholic Faith.”  (What a copycat!)  The post she has on there so far makes an excellent point, so please check it out when you can: … Continue reading

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“Light to the Nations”–Reflection for the Sunday Mass Readings of Jan. 19, 2014, by Cameron Daly

This reflection was taken from the Sunday Mass Readings of Jan. 19, 2014:http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/011914.cfm   “I will make you a light to the nations, that my salvation may reach to the ends of the earth.” In today’s first reading, God is … Continue reading

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“Love Your Neighbor as Yourself”–Reflection for the Daily Mass Readings of Jan. 9, 2014, by Cameron Daly

This reflection was taken from the Daily Mass Readings of Jan. 9, 2014: http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/010914.cfm Today’s first reading is incredible. “If anyone says ‘I love God,’ but hates his brother, he is a liar; for whoever does not love a brother … Continue reading

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