It’s our second First Friday!! First Friday means I, along with Ryan at Back of the World, and a host of other fantastic people, are writing posts in honour of the […]
Christianity is supposed to be psychological crutch for the weak. People are supposed to turn to God for answers in their suffering. He is supposed to give the easy answers, and […]
Jesus is judged by Pilate and the mob for us. Jesus is scourged for us. Jesus is crowned with thorns for us.
Yesterday, I wrote about the Good Thief on the Cross, whose story Protestants often use to “prove” that salvation is by faith alone, apart from good works of love and obedience. On the […]
My last post (on my discovery of salvation by faith and works) garnered a bit of a response – which is delightful and exactly what I like. One of the questions in […]
I love the Heart of Jesus. It properly began when my grandmother gave me an old, falling-apart book that had belonged to her grandfather, the Treasury of the Sacred Heart. It […]
The Anima Christi (Latin: Soul of Christ) was composed by someone sometime in the Middle Ages. It was attributed much later to St Ignatius of Loyola and taught to me by my […]