What I believe

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Published on Monday, March 18th, 2019

What's adventure anymore? With the ease of travel and self-reinforcing social media, let's find remarkable experiences closer to home.

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Experience at La Basílica

Published on Monday, January 9th, 2017

I have visited several major catholic sites, but this visit to the Villa de Guadalupe in Mexico City was a powerfully spiritual and emotional experience I hope to remember. So I write in the off chance four or five of you find this interesting. I also thank to girl on my Teotihuacan tour for recommending this site, as there was some chance I wasn't going to make it. Upon first entering the complex of the Villa, I headed into the modern basilica where a mass was being held. A hope pervaded the r...

Sabbaths and Seasons

Published on Monday, April 20th, 2015

One thing I have come to appreciate of late is the sabbath Day. That is because of late I have found myself extremely busy -- or maybe I have made myself busy. There are things I have wanted to learn (there's nothing inherently wrong with this), but not enough time to even break the surface of learning them. Until recently, I would come home from work and take online courses, or I would try to learn a little bit more about this blogging platform. Meanwhile, I was passing up many opportunities t...

The Resurrection

Published on Monday, March 30th, 2015

A Question While at church a few weeks ago, the teacher asked a question to the effect of "What does it mean to you that Christ lives?" I have been a church-goer and a believer long enough to know that it means that we, too, will live again. I also know that it means there is a living God who plays a role in my life. Most of the class members gave answers similar to these. There is no doubt this is Christian doctrine, doctrine I believe in. > The soul shall be restored to the body, and the body...