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A Reflection on Saint Luke's Infancy Narrative

Angel Appearing to Zacharias, Domenico Ghirlandaio, 1490.St. Luke devotes the first two chapters of his Gospel to events in the infancy of Christ. Luke's infancy narratives consider six episodes structured in pairs about the early lives of John...
by BIG C CATHOLICS on Dec 19, 2016

Homily for the Third Sunday of Advent, December 11, 2016, Year A (Gaudete Sunday)

Fr. René J. Butler, M.S.Director, La Salette ShrineEnfield, NH(Click here for today’s readings)We are in Cycle A of the Sunday readings, in which the majority of the Gospel readings are from Matthew. In a few weeks we will be reading his account o...
by BIG C CATHOLICS on Dec 9, 2016

Homily for the 3rd Sunday of Advent, December 11, 2016, Year A (Gaudete Sunday)

Fr. Charles IrvinSenior PriestDiocese of Lansing(Click here for today’s readings)“Are you the one who is to come, or do we look for another?”As you live out life as a Christian, trying to make the life of Jesus a reality in your own life, many...
by BIG C CATHOLICS on Dec 4, 2016

The Passion of Saint John the Baptist

August 29th, the Church celebrates the passion of Saint John the Baptist. He was the cousin of Jesus, the son of Elizabeth and Zachariah, and the nephew of the Blessed Virgin Mary. John heralds Christ in his miraculous birth and his ministry as preac...
by BIG C CATHOLICS on Aug 28, 2016

Latest jobs Procurement & Logistics Officer Jobs in Kenya

Procurement & Logistics Officer Career At Parklands Baptist, Kenya  Position: Read More...
by Jobs & Vacancies in Kenya on Jun 10, 2016

Parklands Baptist Church needed Security Officer Jobs Urgently

Security Officer Job At Parklands Baptist In Kenya  Position: Security Read More...
by Jobs & Vacancies in Kenya on Jun 10, 2016

Murcia’s Lux Mundi Monastery & Catholic Ming Yuan College

When I tagged along with my DOT-accredited tour guide friends, Maricar and Artie, to Salvador Benedicto, they were talking about the Lux Mundi monastery in Murcia, a town between Bacolod City and Salvador Benedicto. They were planning to visit the mo...
by First-time Travels on Apr 20, 2016

The 2016 100 — or — How to Build a Better Casey

I can’t even lie, guys — coming up with a list of 100 goals for the fourth year in a row was hard — ridiculously so. I’m a very different me than I was when The 2013 100 came out, back when free time was still an abundant commodity...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Jan 3, 2016

The 2016 100 — or — How to Build a Better Casey

I can’t even lie, guys — coming up with a list of 100 goals for the fourth year in a row was hard — ridiculously so. I’m a very different me than I was when The 2013 100 came out, back when free time was still an abundant commodity...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Jan 3, 2016

Black Baptist church planters in Laurens County, SC

Brush arbor similar to those used in planting churchesOur series on Laurens County, SC, during Reconstruction explores the work of Rev. June Kennedy and other emerging leaders among black Baptists.        &nbs...
by Sunday in the South on Dec 4, 2015

Rise of Black Baptist churches in Laurens County, SC

"A Negro Camp Meeting in the South" (loc.org)Our series on Laurens County, SC, during Reconstruction continues with the remarkable rise of Baptist churches led by African American freed slaves. Baptists also found themselves in the midst o...
by Sunday in the South on Nov 24, 2015

Baptists of Reconstruction Laurens County, SC

Langston Baptist Church, oldest continuousBaptist church in Laurens County, SCOur series on Laurens County, SC, during Reconstruction continues with an introduction to Baptists in Laurens County, SC.The Baptists in Laurens County, SC, were...
by Sunday in the South on Nov 17, 2015

Baptists of Laurens County, SC, during Reconstruction

Langston Baptist Church, oldest continuousBaptist church in Laurens County, SCOur series on Laurens County, SC, during Reconstruction continues with an introduction to Baptists in Laurens County, SC.  The Baptists in Laurens County, SC...
by Sunday in the South on Nov 14, 2015

Bible College Name Changes that Delete Bible

When I did talk with people at what used to be PCB, I was told that the surviving family and/or children of some of the teachers I learned under when attended PCB, were fully in favor of the name change. So? I'm not interested in what they think. I'm...
by Study-Grow-Know on Oct 15, 2015

The Week That Was… September 27th – October 3rd, 2015

Pretty sure I had this idea before, but couldn’t make it stick. Putting together a quick synopsis of the week to show what I’d been up to without needing a full post for every little thing. But the last time I did it? I overthought ever...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Oct 4, 2015

History That Repeats Its Self…

History That Repeats Its Self… “17For Herod had sent and seized John, and bound him in prison for the sake of Hero’di-as, his brother Philip’s wife; because he had married her. 18For John said to Herod, “It is not lawful...

Morning Links: Under the Umbrella Edition

For our Morning Links, we scanned the local papers, blogs, and news websites in Alexandria, Virginia to find the most interesting stories in them you might have missed.
by Red Brick Town on Aug 19, 2015

The Kingdom of God – Now or Later?

When we hear someone talk about the Kingdom of God, usually our first thought is a place in the distant future. A place we go when we die and leave this earth. It is where God lives somewhere way up in the sky, a place where we will live with Him for...
by Done with Religion on Aug 19, 2015

Two Countries, Two Churches, One Wrong

When I started writing this blog post a few months ago, I had no idea that this topic would once again be at the forefront of our nation's conscience. That once again unspeakable evil would occur in the basement of a church. That this post would not...
by Joburg Expat on Jun 29, 2015

LATEST{{St John the Baptist}}* Images, sms, messages, Quotes, Wishes, Greetings 2015

The feast day of Saint John the Baptist or Midsummer was a very popular event in the Ancien régime of France, and it is still celebrated as a religious feast day in several countries, like Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Spain, Latvia and...
by All Festival Wishes on Jun 22, 2015


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