Monthly Archives: November 2014

The view of God from a deer stand

  It may not occur to those who are unfamiliar with hunting that it can be a spiritual experience. To some who feel hunting is somehow immoral the idea may be offensive. However, if one stops and thinks about what’s … Continue reading

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Christus Regnat, take II

Today is the feast of Christ the King in the Ordinary form of the Roman Rite. I have already written about it this year since it is a different day in the older calendar. Today the local parish had Mass … Continue reading

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Getting ready for Advent

Each year at about this time Dr. Taylor Marshall usually blogs about suggested devotions for Advent.  Well this year he is providing a 33 day guided preparation for total consecration to Jesus through Mary, given the title of my blog … Continue reading

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Requiem aeternam dona eis Domine.

Yesterday was all souls day in the Ordinary form of the Roman rite. Today it is in the Extraordinary form (because Sunday out ranks it). Anyways don’t forget to pray for the dead throughout this month, Its one of the … Continue reading

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Book Review: two study Bibles

Ok, actually they are more like study New Testaments. My wife and I have been reading through the Bible over the last year. We still have a long way to go but in the process she kept stopping and wanting … Continue reading

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