Articles by: David L. Gray
Have a great Easter season and don't forget to take advantage of Divine Mercy Sunday. God's love is an ocean of mercy.

A Fresh Perspective on the Woman at Jacob’s Well
in Lectionary Cycle A, Reflections on Mass Readings

A Fresh Perspective on the Woman at Jacob’s Well

The call of this Gospel Reading is a simple one. Christ Jesus is the fulfillment all that is good and true. In Him we have found more than we could possible desire for ourselves, and in us we He has found the people He wants to give all that He to give.

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This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics
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This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics

March 21, 2014 – This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics features the best articles from around the internet concerning faith proposals and defenses of the Catholicism from Friday of the previous week through Thursday of the current week.

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Who Cares Who Michael Voris Isn’t Talking About?
in My Catholic Stand Articles

Who Cares Who Michael Voris Isn’t Talking About?

Is it silly season in the Catholic blogosphere right now? Why are we wasting bandwidth talking about who Voris is not talking about?

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My Journey with Saint Joseph – There and There Again
in Feast Days, Memorials, & Solemnities

My Journey with Saint Joseph – There and There Again

I love Saint Joseph though, and if you haven’t taken the time to get to know the earthly father of Jesus and husband of Mary, I encourage you to. Today’s Feast of Saint Joseph is a great tie to begin.

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This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics
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This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics

March 14, 2014 – This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics features the best articles from around the internet concerning faith proposals and defenses of the Catholicism from Friday of the previous week through Thursday of the current week.

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Photos of My Daughter the New Catholic Catechumen
in General Interest

Photos of My Daughter the New Catholic Catechumen

I truly enjoyed attending the Rite of Election on the First Sunday in Lent this year at the Church of The Immaculate Conception in Dayton, Ohio, where my oldest daughter, Daeleon, publicly declared her intention to enter the Church this coming Easter.

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This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics
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This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics

March 7, 2014 – This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics features the best articles from around the internet concerning faith proposals and defenses of the Catholicism from Friday of the previous week through Thursday of the current week.

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500 Years of Protestantism: Luther and Calvin Destroy Marriage
in 500 Years of Protestantism

500 Years of Protestantism: Luther and Calvin Destroy Marriage

For this installment we are going to return to Martin Luther and pick up John Calvin along to way to create a narrative about something very timely. How did Martin Luther and John Calvin pave the way for the redefinition of marriage?

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Jesus’ Teaching on Mammons, Golden Calves, and Anxiety
in Lectionary Cycle A, Reflections on Mass Readings

Jesus’ Teaching on Mammons, Golden Calves, and Anxiety

Today’s Gospel Reading for this Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time comes from Matthew 6:24-34 and concerns Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount teaching about the various types bondage that we all inevitable fall into when reject full reliance on God.

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A Consideration of Jesus’ Beatitudes
in Thoughts on the Spiritual Life

A Consideration of Jesus’ Beatitudes

We have learned from the writings St. Irenaeus, Tertullian, St. Clement of Alexandria and Origen that the Gospel of Matthew was the first Gospel ever written, and was first composed in the language of the Hebrew audience for whom it was originally intended.

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This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics
in This Week's Best in Catholic Apologetics

This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics

February 28, 2014 – This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics features the best articles from around the internet concerning faith proposals and defenses of the Catholicism from Friday of the previous week through Thursday of the current week.

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Homosexualism: A Creeping Catholic Heresy
in The Dailies (Current Events), The Works of Satan

Homosexualism: A Creeping Catholic Heresy

Yet, despite the fact that, clearly, the Catholic Church cannot say something about homosexuality that is contrary to sacred Scripture and sacred Tradition, the Homophiles have to be encouraged with what their brothers and sisters in secular society have done up to this point.

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Escaping the Catholic Church Through False Justification
in My Catholic Lane Articles

Escaping the Catholic Church Through False Justification

Therefore, let us not be like Eve and allow self-pride to lead us into justifying our way into disobedience to God. Go and find the true Church of Christ and discover the household of God that He created just for you, because He loves you that much! Do not reject this gift of His one day longer. – See more at: http://catholiclane.com/escaping-the-catholic-church-through-false-justification/#sthash.cOKxJHWp.dpuf

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