June 22, 2012

The many faces of freedom

I can do many things that God cannot, namely sins. I am not bragging that I can be blasphemous, while God cannot; it’s actually an ignoble distinction. Rather, this reality illustrates an important point about freedom. God is perfectly free, yet He is unable to do any evil actions. Resolving
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 Over the past couple of weeks, there have been some serious health concerns with my friends and family.First, our dear friend and neighbor, Jennifer Edwards, lost her second battle with breast cancer, leaving behind a husband, an adult daughter, and an 8-year-old son. Her death was a terrible loss for
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Audio of Catholic bloggers panel at Catholic Media Convention

 Earlier today I had the honor of attending the Catholic bloggers panel at the 2012 Catholic Media Convention in Indianapolis. Among those that appeared on the panel: Rocco Palmo (Whispers in the Loggia), Bishop Christopher Coyne, Deacon Greg Kandra (Deacon's Bench), Monsignor Paul Tighe and Elizabeth Scalia (The Anchoress). Each addressed
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Maryland to issue abortion clinic regulations

The Maryland Catholic Conference is hailing the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH) on its decision to publish final regulations for sites performing surgical abortions in Maryland.
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