Weekly Giveaway – Verbum Basics 6 Resource Library

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This week Verbum sponsors the CBB giveaway. One lucky winner will receive one copy of their Basics 6 resource library (you can read my review of Verbum here). I use Rafflecopter to run my giveaways which makes it simple for you and me! Enter below. The contest starts at midnight tonight EST and will run 2 weeks ending 12AM EST Friday 12/19 with a winner being announced later that day. Feel free to enter any of the other giveaways running during this period as well. Good Luck! Click here to s … [Read more...]

Church Fathers, Day One Hundred Thirty-Six: St. Clement says don’t blame God for what bad people do

Don’t blame God for what bad people do God gave us free will, and we often misuse it. When Christians are persecuted, says St. Clement of Alexandria, it’s not God who makes it happen: every judge who condemns them has a free will and is using it wrongly. But if God cares for you, they say, then why are you persecuted and put to death? Did God make that happen? No, we don’t suppose that the Lord wants disasters to happen to us, but that he foretold prophetically what would happen. He said we … [Read more...]

CBB Review – Verbum Foundation 6

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If you have any desire to enter into deep study of scripture than look no further than the line of products offered by Verbum. Haven't heard of Verbum? Than this review is for you. Verbum is the Catholic version of Logos Bible Study software. They have recently released version 6 and to sum it up in one word this software is powerful.The core of the software begins with your library. This review will be based on the Verbum 6 Foundation library. When you first open Verbum you are greeted … [Read more...]

Church Fathers, Day One Hundred Thirty-Five: St. Augustine wants us to see the big picture

See the big picture In the natural world, things grow, die, and decay. Is God’s creation imperfect, then? No, says St. Augustine: every created thing has its place in God’s great plan, and even its decay serves the larger purpose. All natures that exist have a genus and species of their own, and a kind of internal harmony, and because of that they are certainly good. And when they are in the places assigned to them in the order of nature, they preserve the existence they have received. T … [Read more...]

Giveaway – Advent: Preparing for Christ, Cycle B set

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Today publisher Catholic Scripture Study International sponsors a special CBB Advent giveaway. One lucky winner will receive one copy of Advent: Preparing for Christ, Cycle B which includes the study guide and DVD (you can read my review here). I use Rafflecopter to run my giveaways which makes it simple for you and me! Enter below. The contest starts at midnight tonight EST and will end 12AM EST Wed 12/10 with a winner being announced later that day.a Rafflecopter giveaway … [Read more...]

Church Fathers, Day One Hundred Thirty-Four: St. Clement tells us everything in good order

Everything in good order St. Clement of Rome tells us that we’re all different for a reason. Not everyone is cut out to be a leader, but we all have different gifts, and the Church needs all of us. We should try to use the gifts we’ve been given, knowing that every gift—no matter how insignificant it seems—is equally important to the Church. So, as men and brothers, let us energetically play the part of soldiers, fol­lowing his holy commandments. Think of those who serve under our generals— t … [Read more...]


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