Monthly Archives: June 2007

Mean Children

Reading Barb’s post this evening really resonated with me. Often children fall out with their friends and make up the same day while we parents go on worrying about it. They have disagreements with one another about what game to … Continue reading

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Supersoaker not so Super!

When your son calls you outside on a hot summers day, it could be because he wants to show you how many legs he’s pulled of a garden spider….or how he didn’t look where he was going and trod in … Continue reading

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Handcrafted Card Giveaway

Some of you may remember that at the beginning of June I started a ‘handcrafted card giveaway’. Well, I know I’m a day or so early on closing the draw but there hasn’t been a new entry to the draw … Continue reading

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Purgatory Ponderings

Purgatory is misunderstood not only by a great many Protestants, but also some Catholics and I hope that by the end of this post I have gone a little way to disproving that Purgatory is a nonsense and have helped … Continue reading

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The One True Church- The Catholic Church

Is there such a thing as One True Church? Protestants dismiss the idea, Catholics may not even know what it is even though they are members of it. But yes, I do believe that there is such a thing and … Continue reading

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Hitchcockian Kid

The master of suspense has become a firm favourite of mine over the years and amongst my Hitchcock collection are The Birds ,Vertigo, Rope, North by Northwest, Rear Window, Notorious, Spellbound and my (possibly) absolute favourite, Rebecca. I’m not the … Continue reading

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Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus at my parish “When I was on pilgrimage in 1986 to the tomb of Margaret Mary, I asked, in the spirit of what has been handed down in the Church, that veneration of … Continue reading

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