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Thursday, December 4, 2014

Sponsor an Evangelist

Jasbir, who blogs at One Man's Hope for a Better World, brings up a very important topic, that of generosity, especially in support of the Church. He says that Americans are more generous than Canadians. And he examines a little more closely the relationship between socialism, lack of generosity and the decline of the Church in Quebec and Ontario. What he says is much more intelligent than the muddled version I have put here.

He points out that for the Diocese of London, for instance, it is projected that by 2025 there will have been a 59% decrease in the number of priests from the number there were in 1991. It's as I've been saying, or thinking, anyway: let's take evangelization more seriously.

Sponsor lay evangelists, man! Hey, I'm one, and all too happy and eager to spread the word. And, this guy at Mission of the Redeemer Ministries.

There aren't enough priests left to get people interested in the priesthood and religious life. Sponsor guys who can and who want to.

"We played wedding music for you, but you wouldn't dance! We sang funeral songs, but you wouldn't cry!" (Mt. 11:17)


Sunday, November 23, 2014

A Saint for our Noisy Time

At Sallie's blog, SalliesART, I read about St. Ronan the Silent.

A patron saint for all fathers, or just me?

I love learning about all these obscurer figures.




Tuesday, November 18, 2014

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Sunday, October 26, 2014

Lea's Blog

People should probably take note of Lea Singh's blog, Mama Takes on the World. Lea has proven herself one of the smartest Catholic bloggers in the country. As often as I get there I am delighted. I would say if justice prevails, she will be heard from far and wide...

Thursday, October 16, 2014

A Member at the Synod

At this time of intense interest in and controversy over what is happening over in Rome, we would do well to note that one of the participants at the Synod is on our blog roll. This would be Archbishop Paul-Andre Durocher of Gatineau who writes inconspicuously at Sing and Walk.Currently he is blogging about his daily involvement in the synod. Clear off about an hour of your reading schedule for these remarkable, intimate reports. Thank-you, Monseigneur.


And thanks SCCB blogger, Suzanne, for mentioning this to me.