Tag: disobedience

Behavior Correction

I like this family's creative solution for disciplining disobedient and disrespectful children. "The kids were naughty, Dad put the presents on eBay instead of under the tree, and Mom's been crying ever since. Now, even the tree is down." I think coal in the stockings would have made a nice finishing touch. 😉

Pencils Down

This one one irks me. An archbishop in Brisbane, Australian has spoken out against what he calls “spying in church”. He wants people to stop taking notes of liturgical abuses. To a certain extent, I understand where he’s coming from. Sacrifice and worship should be the focus of the mass, not keeping track of every …

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Delayed Reaction

This morning someone commented on an entry I posted July 31. “Dude, you were raised lutheran, you were an agnostic and now you think you’re like, what, the pope’s right hand man? Take it from this cradle catholic and quit judging people. Don’t think you can just crash the party and start playing the records …

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Fraternity Catholicism

“Today, Catholics are so blinded by one issue that they don’t see their chance to make history again.” Somebody needs to tell David McCarthy (Pitt News) that the Catholic Church isn’t merely a sports team one roots for. To vote for someone just because they are a self-professed Catholic is irresponsible even when the person …

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Otay, Buckwheat

Here’s another about celiac disease and wheat hosts. The last time I blogged about this, it was just one little girl. This is about a whole facility mass producing wheat-free hosts without permission. Again I ask, at what level of truth does the insistence on wheat stand? Was the Eucharist improperly confected at thousands of …

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