Tuesday, March 25, 2008

TUESDAY QUOTE OF THE WEEK - LVIII

FINDING TRUTH WHEVER IT MAY BE FOUND - "The scandal of truth is that a man, with the biology of an animal, who eats, sleeps, tires, is wounded, who is killed, could be a Divine Person. And we take is so casually. We don't realize how incredible this is to a non-Christian." Fr. Benedict Groeschell

QUOTE II - "Truth is not afraid of questions. Maybe our questions are afraid of truth." Christopher West

IN OTHER NEWS:

This is a little late but still interesting. "Tens of thousands of people from around the country will be received into the Catholic Church at the Easter Vigil, Holy Saturday, on March 22, through the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)" reports this article from the USCCB. Read more here.

The Diocese of Cleveland Enewsletter reports that in the Diocese of Cleveland 327 people have been baptized at our Easter Vigils and that 526 already baptized Christians have been welcomed into full communion with the Catholic Church.

My sister Mickie sent this game in. WARNING: ADDICTION LEVEL LOW.

This was sent to me by a priest of this diocese. It is the web page for religious vocatons here. I don't even know how to comment on it so I'll let you DIY.
Joe sent a wire stating that he is starting a new Catholic blog and wonders if we might not give it a little play. There isn't much there yet but here is where you can go to check it out.

4 comments:

JustMe said...

I think Joe may need to go to his dashboard and either alter his arrangement or choose a new template - his posts appear as blurbs in the side panel, which makes it look like there are no posts.

Joseph said...

I absolutely appreciate the mention here. I think I have fixed the posting problem mentioned in the previous comment. I have had to change the template. I hope you guys enjoy the new look as well.

uncle jim said...

re the vocations page
not at all sure what to make of it
the family picture looks familiar, but i won't say who's

Anonymous said...

Looks good, Joseph.
:-)

C.