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Stand Up, Stand Up For Jesus August 14, 2012 By Rebecca Hamilton 66 Comments What would it take to make you deny Christ? Would you deny Jesus to save your life? Would you deny Him to save your child’s life? What would it take for you to turn your back on Jesus? Christians die for their faith […]
Moving a blog is a little bit like moving to a new house. There’s a lot more to it than you thought about when you bought the thing.
Public Catholic Patheos will have its formal debut next Monday. I’m going to start publishing posts at Public Catholic Patheos before that. In fact, I hope to start in the next day or so. I hope you come over and look at things and give me feed-back.
My understanding is that if you come to the old Public Catholic site you will be re-directed to the new one but that this won’t happen until everything is up and running on Patheos. Let me know if/when this starts working.
In the meantime, the site, which will be all-singing, all-dancing in a couple of days, can be found at http://www.patheos.com/blogs/publiccatholic/ . We’re still polishing the rough edges, but go over, have a look and tell me what you think. I welcome your feedback.
Raise your hand if you have a family member or friend with drug or alcohol problems. Are your hands at your side? If they are, think carefully. What about that cousin no one talks about? You know the one; the family embarrassment that you haven’t seen for years but that you know is out there […]
My husband and I watched Rise of the Planet of the Apes Saturday night. The hero ape, after a lifetime of gentle living at the hands of benevolent humans, was cast into a cage of swinging, screeching, fist-banging members of his own species. As we watched his shock and dismay, I remarked to my husband, […]
What’s a Christian to do when the political debate in the campaign for President of the United States descends to a question of who would have killed Osama bin Laden first and deadest? Is this all these two candidates have to offer us? Is it what we can expect through the summer and fall as […]