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Black Friday is for the Poor

I went to a Daily Mass on Black Friday this year.  The priest didn’t waste too much time with the homily, but he made a few comments about Thanksgiving and a statement about Black Friday which I found hopefully refreshing. … Continue reading

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Show vs. Tell in Evangelization

Like many converts from Protestantism, my conversion was primarily intellectual.  I had lots of fun reading and reasoning my way into the Church.  It is the tendency of Western Catholicism to favor this approach in winning souls to the Church. … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom

Attending a Greek Orthodox Church this past Sunday a few things stood out to me in their Divine Liturgy in contrast to our typical Sunday Mass.  The Liturgy celebrated at this Church (and at most of the Churches of Byzantine … Continue reading

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