Evangelization through entertainment

THE FIRE AND THE MERCY, The Pentecost Musical enters its second weekend.

This is my tenth faith-based production. It begins and ends with Pentecost, with an emphasis on the second chapter of the Acts of the Apostles.

Sandwiched in between are dramatic stories of mercy from Acts and the Gospels…

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Is this blasphemous?

I laughed out loud when I saw the cartoon above. I thought it was brilliant in the way they depicted the potential orneriness of the Christ Child, who we Christians believe never gave His Mother a cross word . The cartoonist surely had a twinkle in his eye as the gentle humor of his creation came alive on the page. Some 26.5 million people “LIKED” this page on Christopher West’s Facebook page…

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The meaning of sex

Two views on sex compete in our culture. One view looks at sex as all about giving. The other sees it as all about taking. Do you know who the foremost expert on human sexuality is?

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The Mass that changed the course of the 20th century

Poland had been brutalized by atheism for nearly four decades.
First, Nazism killed one out of five Poles during World War II. Communism wisked in following the war and tried to suck the economic and spiritual life out of a proud, but wounded nation.
As always with collectivist states, the economy tanked. But the Catholic Church refused to bend to the will of the atheists who declared war on religious freedom.
An uneasy truce between Church and State came to a head on June 2nd, 1979.

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