Tag Archives: Roman Catholic Reflections

“Regina Coeli,” an Easter Season Midday Prayer

I recently shared the “Angelus” prayer, which is considered a midday prayer. In the Easter Season (from Easter Sunday through Pentecost), the Angelus is replaced by the Regina Coeli/Caeli, a beautiful prayer which I quote as follows from EWTN:   … Continue reading

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Tempted to “Cheat” by Sinning? So was Jesus, but He Never Did—by Cameron Daly

On page 722, we read that “For the first two years of the war [meaning WWII], German food supplies were adequate and the production of consumer goods continued.” When Jesus is in the desert, He is offered great things by … Continue reading

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“Bearing the Fruits of the Holy Spirit through Trials”—Annunciation Reflection/College Paper by Cameron Daly

Holy Apostles College & Seminary   Bearing the Fruits of the Holy Spirit through Trials   by Cameron Daly Fr. Jude Surowiec SAS 460: Luke and the Acts of the Apostles 6 February 2018   St. Luke’s account of the … Continue reading

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“Do You Equate Debate with Treason?”—by Cameron Daly

Page 701 notes that “Stalin’s growing paranoia and crude hunger for absolute power led him to equate debate with betrayal and treason.” How often do you equate betrayal or treason with those who disagree or debate with your views? Could … Continue reading

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“Loving Lord, So Gentle and So Strong”—Poem by a Classmate

Wishing you a happy and blessed Easter! Please enjoy this poetic contribution from a fellow Holy Apostles student. Continue reading

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The Kidron Valley

“Yea though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death” The Kidron Valley is mentioned by name only eleven times in the entirety of Sacred Scripture. Nevertheless, the Kidron has an association with several of the most important … Continue reading

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Hypothetical Lesson from the Apostles’ Creed to Pagans—by Cameron Daly

When you figure you should stick to pastoral or practical topics (as opposed to in-depth theological ones) in your Mission and Evangelization class … but then you go ahead and decide to write this. Following is a discussion post for my … Continue reading

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