Category Archives: christianity

They’ll know we are Christians by our LOVE

I find it interesting, I have taken several classes both in person and online on Christianity and have been to and worked at several varieties of churches and it always surprises me that some of the cruelest people are those … Continue reading

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50 Ways To Pray, by Teresa A. Blythe

Usually I reserve my book reviews for my “Book Reviews” page, but his one is so appropriate even more so for those of us who teach others to pray I thought it really belonged here.   50 ways to Pray … Continue reading

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Would I know you Jesus

My Prayer today, a meditation that popped into my head…composed by me, lellair a contemplation for myself that I think needs to be shared. ——————————————————— Would I know you when we’d meet If I passed you on the street Oh … Continue reading

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Sacred Heart of Jesus, a meditation for any day

Recently when searching YouTube I came came across this song Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, by Michael John Poirier silence your mind and body and listen the lyrics are as follows Most Sacred Heart of Jesus Truly present, in the … Continue reading

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The Manger is Empty, Stories in time

I vacillated,should I post this on my religious ed page or on my book review page.. The Manger Is Empty Stories in Time by, Walter Wangerin, Jr belongs here. on this page and, it should be required reading for all … Continue reading

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Therefore go forth and make disciples of all nations…

Matthew 28:19New International Version (NIV) 19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, Our goal, our mission, as Christians should be clear We … Continue reading

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Purple = Prepare

We are getting ready to head into purple again. On the Liturgical Calendar, when we see PURPLE we PREPARE and here we are the time has gone so quickly from advent, through christmas, and then it seems a very short … Continue reading

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Sacraments

Sacraments, Sacraments, and more Sacraments seven to be exact When teaching first graders we use as little language as possible to get our point across so our conversation in class the other day went like this: What have we been … Continue reading

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Welcoming the New (Calendar) Year

Starting a new year is a great way to reteach the liturgical calendar. Especially for younger children who are drilled daily about the day/month/year the liturgical calendar can be a little more difficult to understand this is the type I … Continue reading

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Christmas is over (at least in the secular world)

Christmas 2014 is over… at least to the secular world but for Christians we still have till epiphany to sit back contemplate the miracle of a babe born in a manger a time when God gave all he had(his son) … Continue reading

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