Kresta Comments: Lessons from Our Christian Forefathers
How did first-century Catholics deal with the severe persecution they faced every day? What lessons can we take from them? Al discuses and elaborates on how even in an age of persecution or harassment, Christians are not to live in fear.
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A Child Who Led Me — From Liberal Feminism to Life
Cynthia Scodova was raised in a Fundamentalist branch of Protestant Christianity during the 60s and 70s. As a teenager she was drawn toward nature mysticism and eastern philosophies, and a few years later she found herself fully embracing the “spirituality” of the liberal movements of the 70s and 80s. She did eventually marry, though she did not want kids – but it was her first child that began her journey to the Church. She joins us.
Cynthia Scodova works as a neuromuscular therapist with a background in fine and language arts, a horse farmer, and a monk in progress. She currently blogs at: The Mad-Eyed Monk, http://themad-eyedmonk.blogspot.com/
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