Category Archive: faith

Feb 14

Sociology and the Vocations Crisis

A concerned Catholic friend recently sent me an article about how to solve the vocations crisis in the Church. I haven’t had a chance to read the whole thing, but it seemed good when I skimmed it. If an in-depth read lives up the skim, I might blog about it. One sentence in particular caught […]

Aug 22

More Thoughts on Charitable Social Media

Yesterday,  I posted some incomplete thoughts on how to use social media for charitable endeavors in a project concept I tentatively called “Charitweets”. I’ve done some additional thinking about the idea and have come up with a few rough specifications. superficial details “Charitweet” might have to go. Twitter is all that and bag of chips […]

Aug 21

Charitweets (Coming Soon?)

An idea popped into my head today, and I decided to write about it before I forgot about it. The details are lacking, but I’m hoping my resourceful readers can help with that. I love blogfests, tweetups, and other social media gatherings I also love (though no longer have time for) social gatherings and study […]

Feb 17

Remember That You Are Dust, And To Dust You Shall Return

The following is a re-post from my old blog, originally posted March 6, 2006. – Eric On the first day of Lent we heard these words (adapted from Genesis 3:19) spoken as a priest dipped his thumb in ash and made the sign of the cross on our foreheads. They served as an outward sign […]

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