Monthly Archives: September 2013

Fools For Christ: Part II of II

Alright, so perhaps you have read the preface to this post, if not it is here: Anyways, this post is my idea, as to how to respond to Pope Francis’ call to the New Evangelization. People do not fall in love with the rules of things, they fall in love with it’s beauty. That is […]

Fools For Christ: Part I of II

One day, while walking down the streets of Cuajimalpa, Mexico, after a long day at work, my roommate and I had gone to the market. We had just finished buying some mangos and apples, and decided to change up our normal diet of tacos and salsa, so we got some pizza. As we stood in […]

National Coffee Day

While the exact origin of International Coffee Day is unknown, many countries around the world participate in the event. International Coffee Day was promoted in Japan by The All Japan Coffee Association, and first celebrated in 1983. Now, there is a lot interesting history behind coffee, so this post won’t cover it all, but here […]

Apologetics – Jacob T. Reilly

Apologetics “I’m sorry for the words I used.” His apology for what he’d done was one of adultery. In it, the realization of words as the constant cleaving of this from to that, he and she, came in the form of genesis. Her exodus from the room was not without assurance Of return, but what […]

God’s Canvas: Man & Beast (Picture Blog II)

Most pictures are taken from National Geographic, other sources are unkown:

What is the Angelus?

Full Question What is the Angelus? Answer It’s a three-part prayer said thrice daily, usually at six in the morning, noon, and six in the evening. The name of the prayer is taken from its opening line in Latin, “Angelus Domini nuntiavit Mariae” (“The angel of the Lord declared unto Mary”). The prayer itself consists […]

There Comes A Time – Jacob T. Reilly

There Comes A Time There comes a time so like the times before when the diseased dove croaks its last coo and the live-oak stills dead so like the times before but for the will to live a time to dig one’s roots deeper still quell the blight by forcing one more heart beat to […]