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“Blessed are those who hunger and third after justice, for they will be satisfied.”

“In God’s name, do not dispair”

“Never give way to fear or routine”

“It is now Christ who lives in you”

“God is good and He loves us”

“Temptation to weariness”

“We have to toil away each day with Jesus”

“Let us always be brutally sincere”

“Penance means being full of tenderness and kindness towards the suffering”

“With Him there is no possibility of failure”

“Get to know the Holy Spirit”

“The Charity of Christ should compels us”

“You have to live in harmony with your fellow men and understand them”

“With your help, Lord, I’ll fight”

“If you want to be useful, serve”

“The richness of our faith”

“Practice Fraternal Correction”

“I put my trust in you. I know you are my Father.”

“Serenity.  Why lose your temper?”

“We have to toil away each day with Jesus”

“Seek first the Kingdom of God”

“Renew your joy for the struggle”

“To pray is to talk with God.  But about what?

“Make life more pleasant for others”

“Struggling for so many years”

“Come, Sanctifier, almighty and eternal God”

“Lord, I don’t know hope to pray”

“You should walk at God’s pace, not your own”

“Serve Our Lord and your fellow men”

“Learn how to do good”

“The strong man will at times suffer, but he stands firm”

“Do not fix your heart on anything that passes away”

“He Calls Each One of Us By Name”

“Implore Divine Mercy”

“We are ordinary people who lead an ordinary life”

“Without Him we can do nothing”

“May you not lack simplicity”

“Our Lord wants us to be both very human and very divine”

Marriage: Where Do We Go From Here?

“Go with confidence to Mary”

“To love means to renew our dedication every day, with loving deeds of service”

“Let Him make demands on you”

“The new commandment of love”

“We have to be strong and patin and, therefore, calm and composed”

“You will be able to support one another”

“To love means to renew our dedication every day, with loving deeds of service”

“You are able to call yourself a son of God”

“Getting to know Jesus will give rise to love”

“Don’t be afraid to know your real self”

“Work with cheerfulness”

“Mary, Teach of unlimited self-giving”

“The holy Rosary is a powerful weapon”

“Mary is close beside you”

“Here I am, for you called me”

“Carry each other’s burdens”

“Keep calm in the face of worries”

“I am with him in the time of trial.”

“Being children you will have no cares”

“Ask for true humility”

“You will follow Jesus in everything that he asks of you”

“To follow Christ, that is the secret”

“You will never love enough”

“We need humility if we are to obey”

Be docile to the Holy Spirit

“Your human vocation is a part of your divine vocation”

“Mary teaches us to have charity”

“Mary’s throne is the Cross”

“With Mary, how easy it is!”

“Mother! Call her again and again!”

“Lord, if you will You can make me clean”

“Saint Joseph, a teacher of the interior life”

“Do whatever He tells you”

“We will serve everyone”

“Through daily life, give a proof of faith”

“Do what you ought and concentrate on what you are doing”

“Christ is also living now”

“Where is He that is born king?”

“Christians should sanctify everything that is good in their lives”

“We are going to receive our Lord”

“Christ tells you and me that he needs us”

“Develop a lively devotion for Our Blessed Mother”

“The value God places on marriage”

“You have Him always at your side”

“Mary, teacher of prayer”

“Sowers of peace and joy”

“Exercise care in little things”

“Get to known Joseph and you will find Jesus”

“We cannot preach what we do not practice”

“He encourages and teaches and guides us”

“The enormous importance of the task of parents”

“Married life: an occasion for God’s presence on earth”

Love is Shown with Deeds

God Humbled Himself

Jesus is Still Looking for Shelter

God’s Benevolent Plan for Humanity

“A Personal Meeting With God”

“God Is Always Near Us”

“Each one of us should strive to become another Christ”

“Our Lord wants us to be glad”

“The only freedom that can save man is Christian freedom”

“I want to give myself without holding anything back”

“We have to be strong and patient and therefore composed”

“Whoever receives one child such as this in my name receives me”

“May I never become attached to anything”

“Jesus is with us”

“He calls us each to holiness”

“Jesus came to reveal the love of God to us”

“A person who loves God gives his very self”

“Don’t be afraid to know your real self”

“Struggling for so many years”

“Get to know the Holy Spirit”

“An action of God, of the Trinity”

“It is a time of hope, and I life of this treasure”

“Through daily life, give a proof of faith”

“Sowers of peace and joy”

“There is no reason why the Church and the State should clash”

“About prayer”

“We must see in work a way to sanctity”

“There are no unimportant posts”

“This is a personal meeting with God”

“Develop a lively devotion for Our Mother” 

Meditative Prayer

“To come close to Christ”

“The Mass is the action of Christ”

Divine Healing

“Come, Sanctifier, almighty and eternal God”

 “Renew your joy for the struggle”

“Is he not the carpenter?”

“Make the lives of others more pleasant”

‘Do not be sorry to be nothing”

“Are you sad, my child?”

“Be a Eucharist soul”

“Take courage, Jesus said, it is myself; do not be afraid?

“Help them unobtrusively”

“My daughter, God is counting on your help”

“He has triumphed over death”

“He is there. with His flesh and with His Blood”

“The mystery of Holy Thursday”

“Holy Wednesday – Love is with love repaid”

“The God of our faith is not a distant being”

“God who created you without you, will not save you without you”


“You need to think about your life calmly and ask for forgiveness”

“He will give you His strength”

“Do not enter into dialogue with temptation”

“God is calling you to Serve Him…”

“The only possible measure for the love…without measure?

“The way to cut short all the evils is to pray”

“It’s not enough to be good; you need to show it”

“To pray is to talk to God.  But about what?”

 “He listens to us and answers us”

“No greater love”

“We have to pray at all times….”

“Sanctifying one’s work is no fantastic dream”

“We have to meditate on the life of Jesus Christ”

“Examine yourself: slowly, courageously”

“Fight against that weakness”

“To meditate for a while each day benefits conscientious Christians”

 “Try to enter into the scene as just one more person there”

“What should a Christian hope for?”

“Feeling that I am a son of God fills me with real hope”

“Place everything in God’s hands”

“Stages: Seek Him, finding Him, getting to know Him, loving Him”

“The great friend that never lets you down”

“Are you living in the presence of God”

 “The greatest revolution of our times”

“God does not lose battles”

“People who are perfect are only found in heaven!”

“You have failings – and such failings!”

“Let us try never to lose our supernatural outlook”

“God is continually leading us forward”

“May I never cease to practice charity

“The greatest gift of God to man”  

“He made Himself food, He became Bread”

“Off to a fresh start”

“Forgive everyone”

“Brief is our time for loving”

“We must also love our enemies”

“You do not trust yourself at all, but trust in God for everything”

“Here I am, Lord, ready to do whatever you want”

“Rest means recuperation”

“Carry each others troubles”

Serenity.  Why lose your temper?

With Him there is no possibility of failure

“Christian prayer: a loving conversation with God”

“When you have to correct, you should do so with charity”

“You are obliged to give good example”

“Learn how to do good”

“You should walk at God’s pace, not at your own”

“Work is a blessing from God”

“Be docile to the Holy Spirit”

“The solemn coming of the Holy Spirit”

“Heroism is expected of the Christian”

“The strong man will at times suffer, but he stands firm”

“Saint Joseph, a teacher of the interior life”

“Do whatever He tells you”

“Mary, Queen of Apostles”

Gospel Guide

“Mary’s throne is the Cross”

“She opens to us the way to the Kingdom of Heaven”

“Nothing is worthwhile if we are not close to Our Lord”

Apostolate of Faith

“Help of Christians”

“Mary, Teacher of unlimited self-giving”

“Mother! Call her again and again”

“Your human vocation is a part of your divine vocation”

“Jesus came to reveal the love of God to us”

Late Have I Loved You Echoes

“The Risen Christ is Our Companion”

“Everything is already there, in Christ”

“He has triumphed over death”

Christian Women

Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

Maturity Level

Holy Week Meditations

Padre Pio’s Prayer


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A Christian Without Mary is an Orphan

Anointing the Sick: Sacrament of God’s Compassion Towards Human Suffering

India: St. Thomas’ Orthodox Syrian Church

Look out for idolatry and hypocrisy

Destructive power of money

A population that does not care for children and the elderly abuses the memory of the past and the promise for the future.

Saintliness is a vocation for all

Christians must guard against the slyness of the devil

Christian Families: Salt and Leaven of Faith in Daily Life

Spiritual Maternity of Christians

Breaking New Ground in Jewish-Catholic Relations

Just like a nurse, God heals our wounds with His hands

The Church is God’s Call to Be Part of His Family

Ten Commandments Are Indications For Freedom

Jews and Catholics face the challenges of religion in contemporary society

Gossip is a form of murder

What gate?

Be Open to God’s Surprises

More Christian Persecuted Than in the First Centuries

Eucharist Is Not Magic

Pope Francis to Pilgrims to Rome from Charlotte, NC

Jesus’ Compassion Is Like A Mother’s Love

Mary and Martha

Not Peace But the Sword

Really Knowing Jesus

Sacrament of Confession is not a “torture chamber”.

Your Salvation

How Can We Have Unity Among Christians If As Catholics We Are Not United?

Corrupt Christians Cause Great Damage to the Church

Faith is a gift that begins in our encounter with Jesus

The Pope Convokes a Day of Prayer and Penance for Peace in Middle East

Pope Francis’ first published book: On HEAVEN and EARTH

Pope Francis to Brazilian Youth

Pope and Archbishop of Canterbury

Financial Reform Along Ethical Lines

Financial Crisis Rooted in Rejection of Ethics

Children’s Train: A Journey Through Beauty

Chasm Exists Between Pope Francis and Liberation Theology

 Worldwide Eucharistic Adoration on Sunday, June 2 11am to 12pm EDT

The Holy Spirit Teaches Us to See with Christ’s Eyes

What the Resurrection of Christ Means for Our Lives

Christ’s Message Is Mercy

Christ Has Risen, He Has Risen Indeed!

Following Jesus is Learning to Go Out of Ourselves

“We Must Live Faith with a Young Heart”

“If God Didn’t Forgive, the World Would not Exist”

To Walk, to Build, to Witness, Always with the Cross of Christ

Pope Francis’ Inaugural Sermon

Render Your Hearts Not Your Clothing


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A Man For All Seasons

A Light to the Nations; The Meaning and Future of the Catholic Church, Part I

A Light to the Nations; The Meaning and Future of the Catholic Church, Part II

A Light to the Nations; the Meaning and Future of the Catholic Church, Part III

Archbishop Chaput’s Take on Pope Francis

Catholic Teachers

Repair My House: Renewing the Roots of Religious Liberty

Being Human in an Age of Unbelief – Part I

Being Human in an Age of Unbelief – Part II

Being Human in an Age of Unbelief – Part III

Politics and the Devil – Part I

Politics and the Devil – Part II

Politics and the Devil – Part III

Living within the Truth – Part I

Living within the Truth – Part II

Living within the Truth – Part III

04 FR. JOHN McCLOSKEY…………………………………………………………

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The Final Confrontation

Heart-to-Heart Preaching

Becoming Catholic

Station Churches of Rome

St. Thomas More: Faithful Statesman

Praying Litanies

Hope for the Gospel of Life in America

Belloc, Benson and Knox: three renowned Catholic writers

Help Wanted: Spiritual Direction

Who Do You Say That I Am?

Renewal: How the New Generation of Faithful Priests and Bishops Is Revitalizing the Catholic Church

American Women and the Culture Wars

The Role of Church History in Conversion to the Catholic Church

Will Many Be Saved?

Tea Party Catholic

Catholic Guide to Depression

Wining the World, One Friend at a Time

Navigating the Interior Life

God in Action

The Magisterium and Catholic Social Teaching

Why Faith Prevails Over Doubt

On the Meaning of Sex

Ten Way to Destroy the Imagination of Your Child

40th Anniversary of Roe v Wade and Dr. Nathanson, the prophet

Christians in the Movies

Closing of the Muslim Mind

The Appalling Strangeness of the Mercy of God

 Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman: Why is he important today.

The Difference God Makes

Charity, Grace and Force

Private Charity Versus Government Welfare

Laymen: “Resolve to Discern God’s Will for You”

Justice and Mercy: As Relevant Today as Ever


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St. Dominic

St. Bernadette Souborious

The Great Schism

Capacity for Sanctity

Body and Blood of Christ

An Opportunity to Expand Our Soul

Mt. Zion

Good and Evil

St. Kateri Tekakwitha, “Lily of the Mohawks”

St. Thomas Aquinas

On Free Will

Christianity in Eastern Europe

Cultivating a Spirit of Generosity

Having Hope

Wheat and Weeds

Bridge Between Liturgical Seasons

Sts. Perpetua and Felicity

Notre Dame de Chartres 

St. Ann

Transfiguration of Our Soul

Charles de Foucault

St. Clare

Angelic Hosts

Value of Faith


Most Holy Trinity

Joy in Suffering

Holy Trinity

Pentecost II

Pentecost I

The Ascension of Our Lord

Accepting God’s Grace

Crucifixion of St. Peter

Sts. Peter and Paul

The Essence of Christian Perfection

Humility in Key 

On the Mercy of God

Easter Sunday

Easter Vigil

Holy Saturday

Good Friday

Mass of the Lord”s Supper

Holy Thursday


St. John of the Cross

Suffering is the End Result of Selfishness

The Healing Power of Suffering

St. John Vianney


Washing of the Feet

Wedding Feast at Cana

Baptism of the Lord

Mary, Mother of God

Holy Family

Nativity of the Lord 

Mystery of the Mass

Power of the Holy Name

Gaudete Sunday

Solemnity of Christ the King

In the Holy Land

Our Fate’ Our Choice

The Tax Collectors

All Souls Day

Marian Devotion


Last Judgment

Four Last Things


Consecration to theBlessed Virgin Mary

Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Learning to Imitate

Peter Saw the Truth

Losing a Colleague and Friend

Time Counts

Body and Blood of Christ

Most Holy Trinity


Gianna Beretta Molla


Letter from Bishop Jugis and Bishop Burbidge

Good Shepherd

Easter Sunday

Easter Vigil


Holy Sepulcher

Palm Sunday

St. John Paul the Great

Divine Light

Easter Duty

Call to Repentance

St. Catherine of Siena

The Benefits of Baptism

Unworthy But Loved

Importance of Family

Model Saints


Mary, Mother of God

Christmas Mass


St. Catherine of Siena 


All Saints Day


Religious Orders

Victory at Lepanto and the Rosary

St. Therese of Lisieux

St. Francis of Assisi

St. Lawrence

Call to Observance


Pearl of Wisdom

Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

St. John Mary Vianney

Basilica of St. Mary’s Major


Being Commissioned

Rebels and Rebellions

Mary Magdalene

Solemnity of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist

Importance of Faith

The Most Holy Trinity

Nativity of the Lord

Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception

Excerpts from Sermon by Fr. Timothy Reid (9/22/13) clarifying media spin on Pope Francis’ statement.

Catholic Prayers


Major Threat to Life

Marital Commitment

Major Threat to Life

Sacred Heart

Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ


Ascension of the Lord

Easter Sunday

Good Friday

Holy Thursday

Palm Sunday

Prayer by Fr. Reid





Christ by Fr. Reid

Ability to Choose

Good Friday

Palm Sunday

Cathedral of Chartes

The Annunciation

St. Joseph

Holy Mass


Ash Wednesday Approaches

St. Augustine by Fr. Reid

Do You Love Jesus?


Respect for Life

The Holy Family by Fr. Timothy Reid

Nativity of Our Lord

Advent: the Coming of Christ

Season of Advent

December 8 Feast of the Immaculate Conception

Christ the King (Whose feast is this Sunday)

All Souls’ Day, November 2nd 

All Saints’ Day, November 1st

The Major Threats to Life

August 15 Assumption


Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ by Fr. Reid

Most Blessed Trinity by Fr. Reid

Solemnity of Pentecost by Fr. Reid

The Ascension of Our Lord, Jesus Christ by Fr. Reid

Marital Commitment by Fr. Reid

St. Ignatius Loyola by Fr. Reid

Blessed John Paul II by Fr. Reid

Baptism of the Lord by Fr. Reed

Love is…

Blessed are the peace makers…”

“Blessed are the clean of heart…”

“Blessed are those who mourn…”

Transfiguration of Our Soul

Gospel of the Annunciation

“Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy.”

The real Mary of Nazareth

Who? Me?

Isaias: Bible Study

The New Testament From a Jewish Perspective

“Speak Lord, your servant is listening.”

Immaculate Conception


Unity of Pentecost Overcomes Division and Enmity

The Three Comings of Christ

New Chinese-English Bible Marks Major Evangelization Breakthrough

The Deutero-canonical Books of the Bible

Come Up Higher

Re-oriented World

Incarnation: God Assumes a Human Condition to Heal It

All Saints and All Souls

Does God’s Holy Spirit Living in Us Make Any Difference?

Eucharistic Communion and Contemplation Are Inseparable

The Church Becomes Fully Visible in the Liturgy

Faith Means Believing in the Love of God Which Redeems Us from Slavery

Christians’ Firm Hope in the Resurrection

Transmitting the Passion for Christ to the World

Man is a Seeker of the Absolute

Christ Guides the Journey of Humanity

Saying “I believe in God the Father Almighty” Is Saying “I believe in the power of God’s love”

The Logic of God Is Different from the Logic of Man

Three Ways to Know God: the World, Man and Faith

Human Intelligence Can Find Key to Understanding the World in Sacred Scripture

Why Temptations?

God Doesn’t Consider As Much the Quality of the Chosen as their Faith

Seeking the Face of God

Incarnation: God Assumes Human Condition to Heal It

Divine Revelation Does Not Follow Earthly Logic

Mary’s Faith in the Light of the Mystery of the Annunciation

The Coming of the Lord Continues

The Infancy Narratives

Divorced People Are Not Outside the Church

Praying to the Father in Order to Help Those Who Suffer

Each Human Person is Miracle of God

Jesus Prayed

The Closeness of God Transforms Reality

Jesus in the Gospel According to St. John

Dying Prayer of Our Lord

Pope Address USA Bishops on Crisis of Marriage and the Family

“They returned to Galilee, to their own town of Nazareth”

Christmas: Eternity Enters into Confines of Time and Space

Daughter of Zion

Pope Benedict on the Subject of the Prayer of Christ

Advent Spiritual Journey by Fr. Mark Lawlor

Validity of Gospels

Mary, Our Mother

Benedict XVI – It is necessary to restore the primacy of God in the world

Benedict XVI – Parable of the Sower 

Benedict XVI – “Upon this rock I will build my church.”

How Do I Love You? Let Me Count the Ways

Beatitudes Vocabulary

Letter to a Baptist friend

Correct viewpoint

Listen to the Little Child

Who “WAS?”

Your Portrait?

Marriage Sermon for William and Kate and All Young People Today.

Resurrection of Jesus


Real Truth

New Order

Evangelistic Prophets

Mount of Olives Psalms

Sweet Nails, Sweet Tree

Peter or Judas?

Holy Week


Psalm 34 and the Sacrifice of Jesus Christ

Knowledge Enhanced

First Easter

Divine Love Affair

Pray Always?

The Risen One, the New Temple

Scripture Defiled

Can You Answer?


Parables Unravelled?

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Calibrating Your Life Successfully.

“Catholax” by Deacon James H. Toner

Blessed are those who are persecuted for sake of righteousness…

Prayerful Poems

A Word to the Wise

Guiding Beatitudes

“Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the earth.”

Father’s Day



Praying the Psalms

Father’s Day and Trinity Sunday

God Is Good and He loves you

Best Advice

Mary, Our Spiritual Mother

Views on Prayer

Merciful Forgiveness

Liberation From Sin

Devotional Poems by Jackie Duick

For Hurting Daughters

Christ, Our Model

We are all one in Christ

The Worldview That Makes the Underclass


Become  Who We Are


Sojourn in the Land of the Bible

Race Relations and Law Enforcement

What does this tell your heart and mind?

Mother and Child

What is dealing gone on (and the media is skewing).

Feasts pf St. Michael, Gabriel and Raphael, Archangels

Sts. Peter and Paul

Pope Paul VI Address to Women

Theological Explanation of the Mass

The Mystical Body of Christ and the Church

What Is Love?

Mary, Mother of God and Mother He Gave Us While on the Cross

Early Church Fathers International

Who Gives a Hoot About You? – International

Truth to Ponder International

Essential Truths

Culture of Death

Holy Innocents

Come Let Us Adore Him

Protect Your Children in This Electronic Age

The Undefeated: A New Pro-Life Generation Rises in California

Day of the Unborn Child Passed by Lawmakers

Introducing Fisher More College: A Truly Traditional Catholic Education

“Wholeness of Vision” on Abortion by Thomas J. Ashcraft

Holy Wood rather than Hollywood

Influencing today’s culture

Epiphanies of Beauty

Communion of Saints by Aida Tamayo

Friendship by Fr. Jason Voitus

St. Ireneaus and the Knowledge of God by Rev. Robert A. Connor

The Unexpected Debate

Learning From His Holiness Francis by Fr. Patrick Winslow

Bishop Jin of Shanghai

Questions About Marriage

Prince William and Kate…second anniversary

Message to Catholic Women’s Group by Vicki Borin

“A Spiritual Immersion Program” by Linda Granzow

Benedict XVI: The Same Security That a Child Feels in the Arms of a Loving and All Powerful God

Benedict XVI: Is It Rational to Believe?

Pope Benedict to Those Afflicted by Sickness: You Are the Liming Image of Christ

Man is Considered in Biological Terms or As “Human Capital”

The Aim of Ecumenism is the Unity of Divided Christians

Man Is Considered in Biological Terms or As “Human Capital”

Relationship Between Faith and Marriage

The Pope Emphasizes the Importance of Education in the New Context of our Age

Pope: Do Not Give In to the Temptation to Instrumentalize God

Can You Fool Mother Nature?

Inspirational video of a beautiful but short life on earth /2011 in blogging

Pope on Twitter: His first three answers to questions

Montini and Ratzinger

Gireersh Gupta: Prayer is a gift from God to us

The Idea of Sainthood Has Often Been Distorted

 Seeing Is Believing

Post-Comfortable Christianity and the Election of 2012

Repair My House: Renewing the Roots of Religious Liberty

Spiritual Nourishment From Msgr. Romano Guardini

Wisdom or Chance?

Our Will?

David Hains: Marriage – more than a word

Questions About Marriage

The Unexpected Debate

Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith Has a New Domain

The Stations of the Cross at St. Vincent de Paul’s Church

Pope Warns Against the Power of Finance and the Media

Forgiving Love

Epiphany Traditions

In What Type of Soil Are Rooted In?

Learn to “see” God again

What is this practice of Adoration?

Challenge of the Media

New Victims of Discrimination

Many Aspects of the Christian Apostolate

Kid Brother – In Memoriam


Unheeded Warnings from Pope Pius XII and Thucydides

 An Essential Virtue: Fortitude

Picture a Pedal

Reconstruction Replaces Resurrection

Address of Pope Benedict to International Convention on Woman and Man

Aquinas and Bonaventure: Twin Guiding Lights

Cyberspace Benedict

Bonaventure on Heart of Jesus

A Question You Need to Answer

Fr. Gabriel Carvajal’s farewell sermon at St. Vincent de Paul Church

Oh Thomas, What Did You See?

A Timely Message That We Need to Hear Again and Again.

Came and Went Before; Now Appears and Vanishes

Ascension: Go and Come?

Problems and Difficulties

Interior Life

Artist’s Purpose

O, Divine Redeemer


Eucharistic Church

Three Crosses

Retain What You Read

Inductive/Deductive Thinking

Spiritual Reading Advice

Observe Jesus Christ

Actions Count


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On the Mercy of God

What Did You Expect?

Deceptive Labels

Forgotten, But Not Gone

Complete List of All Articles by Jack Reagan

Being Objective About Being Subjective

What’s In a Name?

Baal and the Tooth Fairy

Is It Just Semantics?

Dabbling With Dogma

Taking Chances

And the Blind Shall Lead

The Semantics of Easter

Some Truths About False Gods

Searching For What Is Not Lost

The Wanderers

With All Due Respect…

Ideas and Consequences

Good Intentions Are Not Always Good


The Bible – A Perspective

The Siblings of Christ

Response to article of 7/19/13 Life in a Mirage

Life in a Mirage

Contemporary Mischief

Signs for Our Times – Part IV: Apostolicity 

Signs for Our Times – Part III: Catholicity of the Church

Signs for Our Times – Part II: Holiness

Signs for Our Times – Part I: Unity

A Sign For Our Times -Introduction

The Unpreached Sermon: a Layman Thinking Like a Priest.  Part I

The Unpreached Sermon: a Layman Thinking Like a Priest.  Part II

Consequences, part I

Consequences, part II

Rest in Pieces

Correct Answer

What Is Truth?

Is God God Or Are You God? 

Freedom – A Paradox by John Reagan

A Trilogy of the Unreal – Part 1 – Separation of Church and State

A Trilogy of the Unreal – Part 2 – “Jesus” Might Offend

A Trilogy of the Unreal – Part 3 – The Reality of Evil

Mind Over Matter

A Helluva Place

And the Blind Shall Lead

The Mythical God

The Coming Storm

The Great Deception

What Could Have Been

Let’s Get Real, part I

Let’s Get Real, part II

The Dropouts

Is Any Religion True? Part I

Is Any Religion True? Part II

The Eight Hundred Pound Gorilla

Some Truths About False Gods

Blessed Mary, Ever Virgin

Is This Fr. Phyllis? by J. Reagan

The Art of Conscience by J. Reagan

Reconsider: Is God God or Are You God? by J. Reagan

Abortion, A Realistic Viewpoint by J. Reagan

“Now Let’s Not Be Judgmental!” by J. Reagan

Rest in Pieces by J. Reagan

Baal and the Tooth Fairy by J. Reagan

What’s in a Name? by J. Reagan

Another Easter! by J. Reagan

Correct Answer? by J. Reagan

Freedom, a Paradox by J. Reagan

Catholic Christian? by J. Reagan

Being Objective About Being Subjective by J. Reagan

Moslems/Muslims by J. Reagan

What Is Truth? by J. Reagan

Is God God or Are You God? by J. Reagan

Is It Just Semantics? by J. Reagan  


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Juridical Tyranny at Work

Parental Rights: Guardian of Freedom

The Myth of Sexual Liberty

The Changing Definition of Parenthood: How Adult Whims Have Superseded Children’s Needs in American Family Law

A Threat to Liberty: Same-sex Marriage

Designer Babies: The Slipper Slope of Artificial Reproduction Technology 

Hijacking Conscience:Manipulating the Law to Protect the Right to Kill?

Silent Killer: the Argument Against Euthanasia

Do No Harm: The Shifting Standard in Medicine

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