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I’m a believer too

Sinsinawa Dominicans’ “Wisdom’s Well” banned from leading programs at Catholic churches

I was not aware of the organization, “Wisdom’s Well,” till I read today’s WI State Journal article by religion reporter Doug Erickson (the Diocese also now has a statement). But I am pretty well aware this is the tip of  the iceburg of new-agey and religiously-indifferent activity of (some) Sinsinawa Domincan Sisters. 2 Sisters and… (read more)

Saint Margaret of Scotland, my greatgreatgreatetc grandmother

  My mom is into geneaology research. Occasionally her discoveries are interesting. We’re descended from executed Salem “witch” Mary Eastey, who was obviously not a witch but a good wife and mother who wrote a deeply Christian letter forgiving her accusers and killers. On my dad’s side I’m descended from Joseph Broussard, who led the… (read more)

The Life of Grace

This article is about keeping alive in you always the flame of the life of God in your soul, that you may make progress on the journey to union with God, and go to heaven. Recently I substitute-taught second grade catechism at Holy Redeemer Church. I got excited when I saw the textbook title: Creemos:… (read more)

The Year of Faith, an important time of renewal

Our Cathedral Parish is a prime place to be, to live the Year of Faith which the Holy Father has invited us all to embark on. His Apostolic Letter Porta Fide introduced this and directed us especially to study of the Catechism of the Catholic Church (this year is its 20th anniversary) and the documents… (read more)

To get to a new Cathedral we must walk the Way of the Cross

The Rosary Rally in the newspaper, a Beatitudes-type blessing from the Freedom From Religion Foundation

The Wisconsin State Journal ran two articles by religion reporter Doug Erickson in yesterday’s Sunday edition, one on the Capitol Rosary Rally and one on Bishop Morlino’s defense of Paul Ryan as someone with a faithful understanding of Catholic social teaching. I was interviewed August 29th and my photo accompanies the Paul Ryan article in… (read more)

Medjugorje decision this November?

In favor of traditional Catholic spirituality

Two Thumbs Up for Carrying the Cross with Jesus!

MOST sweet Jesus, whose overflowing charity for men is requited by so much forgetfulness, negligence and contempt, behold us prostrate before Thee, eager to repair by a special act of homage the cruel indifference and injuries to which Thy loving Heart is everywhere subject. Mindful, alas! that we ourselves have had a share in such… (read more)

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