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Pope Francis: “Thinking Out Loud” About Church?

This week, Pope Francis raised some eyebrows when, in an interview, he discussed the possibility of the Church endorsing “civil unions” for homosexual partners.  He asserted that marriage was indeed for men and women only, but seemed to propose a more open minded and pastoral approach to the question of homosexual relationships than some would [Read More...]

She Likes Me! She Really Likes Me!

At her blog, Catholic mom, Katie Warner lists some of her favorite marriage books.  Three of her list of best Catholic books on marriage are ours.  Here is her write up. The Exceptional Seven Percent: Nine Secrets to the World’s Happiest Couples, Gregory Popcak My hubby and I became big fans of Dr. Gregory Popcak [Read More...]

Help for Those Who Feel Guilty Speaking Up.

  “He who is not angry, whereas he has cause to be, sins.   For unreasonable patience is the hotbed of many vices, it fosters negligence, and incites not only the wicked but the good to do wrong.” ~St.  John Chrysostom      and my favorite…         “Thoughts seethe all the more [Read More...]

Be Still And Know That I Am God






Cobweb Morning Efim Volkov“We can no longer hear God. There are too many frequencies filling our ears.” Benedict XVI


So what will you be doing for Lent this year? If you’re like most Americans you might be giving up some time in front of the television, maybe chocolate or...

Be Still And Know That I Am God






Cobweb Morning Efim Volkov“We can no longer hear God. There are too many frequencies filling our ears.” Benedict XVI


So what will you be doing for Lent this year? If you’re like most Americans you might be giving up some time in front of the television, maybe chocolate or...

Be Still And Know That I Am God






Cobweb Morning Efim Volkov“We can no longer hear God. There are too many frequencies filling our ears.” Benedict XVI


So what will you be doing for Lent this year? If you’re like most Americans you might be giving up some time in front of the television, maybe chocolate or...

The Secret of Forgiving Yourself

We’re heading into Lent and, as I noted on the show today, it’s a time where lots of us will end up facing some degree of temptation to beat up on ourselves for failing in our efforts to fulfill our Lenten penances.  Beyond this, though, forgiving oneself for one’s failings and struggles is a constant [Read More...]

Antidepressants Have More Side Effects than Previously Thought

A University of Liverpool researcher has shown that thoughts of suicide, sexual difficulties and emotional numbness as a result of anti-depressants may be more widespread than previously thought.In a survey of 1,829 people who had been prescribed anti-depressants, the researchers found large numbers of people — over half in some cases — reporting on psychological [Read More...]

Inconsistent Home Life/Common Family Problems May Increase Risk of Brain Disorders by Up To 60%

Because parents don’t have enough to worry about, two new studies point to the impact of a child’s home life on brain development. The first study looks at how common family problems like lack of affection, poor communication, parental arguments and the like actually resulted in children developing a smaller cerebellum than children who did [Read More...]

What’s Your “Relationship Work Ethic?”

Some couples do a better job of prioritizing their relationship than others.  And some couples are simply more comfortable having a more casual attitude toward making time for their marriage.  But a new study shows that all couples–even the ones with a more “don’t sweat it” attitude toward couple time–experience a greater risk of marital [Read More...]
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