Devastating Fall Brings Miracle Healing for Annabel Beam

When Annabel Beam was  only five years old, she was diagnosed with two painful, life-threatening digestive disorders. Little Annabel was in and out of the hospital frequently. She suffered so much that she once told her mother she'd like to die and go to heaven to be with Jesus, rather than living in constant pain.Anna suffered from pseudo-obstruction motility disorder, a rare condition that simulates the symptoms of a bowel obstruction, and antral hypomotility disorder, in which weak co … [Read more...]

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Confess My Sins to a Priest? Why Can’t I Just Talk to God?

If you're Catholic, you've heard this before, right? Your Protestant friend says, "Why should I confess my sins to a priest?" Chances are he's going to offer one of two arguments:I have a personal relationship with Jesus. I can talk to God directly. Jesus is the only mediator between God and man.Well, that's easy! Your first counter-argument can be an explanation:  We're simply doing what Jesus told us to do.Catholics don't just confess their sins to a priest. The priest is an … [Read more...]

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Eating Rome: Living the Good Life in the Eternal City

Coffee, pizza, artichokes and grappa: For a resident of Rome, these familiar flavors beckon on every corner.Popular food and travel blogger Elizabeth Minchilli knows all about it. Her latest  book, Eating Rome: Living the Good Life in the Eternal City, is a potpourri of recipes, photos, historical insights and personal anecdotes.I loved the book--but so did my daughter Jennifer.Jenn's got some first-hand experience at Detroit's Avalon Bakery, and she's quite the connoisseur of wines a … [Read more...]

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