Monthly Archives: February 2006

Meditation for Ash Wednesday

Lenten meditations First Reading: Joel 2:12-18Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 51:3-4, 5-6, 12-13, 14, 17Second Reading: Second Corinthians 5:20–6:2Gospel: Matthew 6:1-6, 16-18   With Ash Wednesday being the start of the season of Lent, I have 3 words for people going to Mass: … Continue reading

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responses to abortion commenters

Well, I did it again – I went and read some other peoples’ comments about the South Dakota legislature, and I got so fired up, that I had to respond.    The blog "Bring it on!" decided to ask about … Continue reading

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Medititations/mini-sermons for Lent

Since Lent begins this Wednesday (March 1st is Ash Wednesday), I have thought and prayed about what I should do as a spiritual exercise for Lent.  I have decided that I will commit each night to meditating on the readings … Continue reading

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Update: SD proposes abortion ban

  Quote Re: Talking about SD proposes abortion ban  Quote SD proposes abortion ban On the 33rd anniversary of Roe v. Wade, as demonstrators march on Washington both for and against abortion, it is worth noting that the South Dakota … Continue reading

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Stripper turns to Christ

The AP newswire has an insprirational article called "Former Stripper Not Typical Evangelical".   Although her techniques may not be among the most common techniques for evangelization (e.g., her website includes "glamour photos" and plays up her sex appeal when … Continue reading

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Birth Control – Solution to Abortion?

In response to a Yahoo! message board post "Abortion and contraception": > If the catholic church would like to reduce abortion,> it should change its stance on birth control. another way of saying, "If the Church doesn’t want babies killed, … Continue reading

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