Across the Ages

Wisdom, on its own merit, refutes all that is not of it.
Yearning for the real thing

Yearning for the real thing

False visionaries abound in these difficult times. Imagine God standing before you with arms full of presents and offering for you to take any that you wish, as many as you wish. Yet you say to Him “not now God, I want to read this seer’s blog first” and turn away from the Creator and Sustainer of your very existence! What could be more offensive than that?

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St. Anne, our holy grammy

St. Anne, our holy grammy

Like any of our saints, Anne was a real person who now enjoys being in the presence of God in Heaven (Beatific Vision) and whom God has given to us to mentor, guide and protect. But of all the saints, she (and Mary) were likely the only ones to have cleaned Jesus’ nappy, and there’s got to be something special in that.

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Learning from Mary Magdalene

Learning from Mary Magdalene

The feast day of St. Mary Magdalene is upon us. Mary Magdalene is named in all four Gospels of the bible and is known to be the woman referred to at other times when not named. In comparison, the only other woman named so frequently is our Holy Mother the Blessed Virgin Mary. What does the Holy Spirit want us to learn from the Magdala?

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