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Finding Unnecessary Words

   Main   April 26, 2018  Comments Off on Finding Unnecessary Words

Let’s look at some pronouns verbs unnecessary words the central duty of parents towards their children is to provide their children with an education in order to prepare them for the future when these children will be adults in the real world that’s a terrible sentence terrible has 34 words…

Paragraph`s Potential

   Main   April 1, 2018  Comments Off on Paragraph`s Potential

My first body paragraph what I would do is I would discuss the concepts what is this thing called potential and also this idea that we have mysteries inside ourselves inside self okay so I would discuss this because I do believe this I believe that we human beings have…

Four Advantages To Case Study

   Main   March 22, 2018  Comments Off on Four Advantages To Case Study

Why do management programs use case studies what is the point of using case study analysis for MBA programs after personally doing many case studies and then over the past 10 years teaching scores and scores with case studies I feel personally that there are four main advantages to case…

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Priesthood

   Prayer   October 22, 2017  Comments Off on Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Priesthood

How to Get There I’m going to tell you everything you ever wanted to know about priesthood. “When” does it happen in your life. “How” one becomes a Catholic priest. “What” happens once you are inside the doors of a seminary. And the never ending question of “why” do I…

The “Annotated” Mass

   Prayer   October 21, 2017  Comments Off on The “Annotated” Mass

Introductory remarks: I originally put this together with the various ministers explaining their parts; i.e., the choir director explained the music sections; the deacon explained his sections of the mass and I explained the priestly parts. It is a result of discovering that “Catholics” really did not know what was…

The Church in the Christian Empire

   Church History   October 6, 2017  Comments Off on The Church in the Christian Empire

I. The Church in the Christian Empire A. The Church of Constantine 1. In 313 A.D. peace reigned in the church. There was a new relationship between the church and the empire. The state intervened in the church and expected it to support it. The emperor tried to smooth over…

Being a Christian in the Early Centuries

   Church History   October 2, 2017  Comments Off on Being a Christian in the Early Centuries

I. Being a Christian in the Early Centuries First to Third  To be a Christian is to accept the Good News of Jesus Christ and let your lives be transformed by it. A Christian is not an isolated individual but belongs to a community of God, His people, the Church….

How to Read Church History. Chapter Two

   Church History   September 15, 2017  Comments Off on How to Read Church History. Chapter Two

I. Christians in a Hostile World First to Third Centuries The numbers of Christians were increasing daily and the Jews couldn’t understand why they were no longer Jews. Christians presented a problem to the empire. The secrecy with which they surrounded their worship made people fear the worst. Christianity came…

How to Read Church History. Chapter One

   Church History   September 11, 2017  Comments Off on How to Read Church History. Chapter One

I. The Birth of the Church A. The Apostolic Age 1. Church began around 30 AD, in Jerusalem on the day of Pentecost. Twelve men announced the Good News to their countrymen. Jesus, who had been sent by God and crucified as a criminal, was alive. God had raised him…

Homilies for Funerals

   Homilies   August 25, 2017  Comments Off on Homilies for Funerals

Introduction: Canon law-#1176 says that every baptized Catholic has a right to a funeral. I don’t know about you, but I bury far more non-practicing Catholics then I do practicing ones. Consequently, this is my time to minister to the second largest church in America and I try to do…