Category Archives: Saints

Revere the Saints, Or You Will End Up Revering Zucchini and Rice Pudding

Recently at The Coming Home Network, we’ve been tackling the question of how the liturgical calendar has impacted the lives of Catholic converts.  And reverts too.  Really, anyone who’s gained from the Church’s wisdom of scheduling feast days and seasons … Continue reading

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Five Ways To Avoid Talking to your Protestant Friends About Mary

  Over at The Coming Home Network this week, I’ve written a post about five Catholic devotional titles for the Virgin Mary that protestants can safely use, because they apply to beliefs about Mary that pretty much all Christians can … Continue reading

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The Feast of the Assumption and Marian Theological Hurdles

Over at The Coming Home Network this week, our latest weekly community question has to do with the feast that kicks off this week; namely, the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, body and soul into heaven.  And if you’re a protestant, … Continue reading

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St. Thomas More on Going Along to Get Along

Well, it’s not actually a quote from St. Thomas More.  It’s a scene from A Man for All Seasons.  But I can’t help thinking of this same conversation being had in delegate assemblies where people are trying to get each other to rally … Continue reading

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