The sermon that I heard delivered at church this morning included an interesting line. It was delivered by Rev. Dennis O'Donnell, who said that "many Catholics today are actually very good Jews." What he was referring to, as he went on to explain, is that in his experiences in talking to many Catholics, it seems … Continue reading Sunday Sermon: Our responsibility in the New Covenant
We're all human. We're all weak. We all yield to sins of the flesh at one time or another in our lives. We all misplace our priorities from time to time.Some of us live in a perpetual state of yielding to temptation. There are many among us who willingly commit sins, often the same ones … Continue reading At what price your soul?
On this Sunday morning we continue the discussion of Proverbs 6:16-19 in the Bible which lists those things which the Lord hates.The fourth item in the list journeys deep into our hearts. Not our physical hearts, but those things which can be found at our very inner core - for each of us, the heart … Continue reading A heart that plots wicked schemes
Well, perhaps I should say that God doesn't only want you to go to church. More importantly, God wants you to want to go to church. Just a moment spent contemplating those two ideas will reveal just how different they are in actuality.In my occasional series on The Ten Commandments, I have already covered the … Continue reading God doesn’t want you to go to church
There is a tremendous amount of misinformation out there in the world among other religions regarding the presence of statues in church and in the homes of Catholics. They have the false idea that we 'worship' these objects.Some have the idea that we actually ask for those designated as Saints to answer our prayers. They … Continue reading The one true God is to be adored