Saturday, February 28, 2009

Totally Yours

Totus Tuus--(totally yours)--Pope John Paul 2
This was Pope John Paul's motto for his pontificate. He had a very deep devotion to Mary. She taught him about sacrifice and service. She taught him to trust Jesus with his ministry. She taught him not to be afraid, but to be strong and courageous in doing, "...whatever it is He tells you to do." Thank God she is not just for Popes and Priest's!! But she is also for each of us in our journey. If we get to know her, as the early Church and the faitfhul down through the ages know her, we will find what Mother Teresa found, courage to say yes to Jesus, our Beloved.

Friday, February 27, 2009

Dear God...

Dear God, I am rowing and sailing for You; be my pilot and my oarsman Yourself.--St. Padre Pio
Abandoning ourselves to God is at once both comforting and horrifying. We are called to a radical trust. How many times have I broken this trust with my anxiety? I can't count that high. Padre Pio relied on God. Let us pray this can be said of us.

Thursday, February 26, 2009


We all get the chance to be nothing.---Bruce Cockburn
We are called by love to be something. Does this mean anything to us? Jesus came to show us what this looks like. He became nothing so that we could become God's something, His children. But just like any child, running away is always a reality. We like to run sometimes. We like thinking we are truly in control of everything, and that we are fine on our own. Jesus said, "Apart from Me you can do nothing." As Cockburn sings, "we all get the chance to be nothing." Everything is up to our response to grace. Grace falls like a steady rain on the just and unjust, thank God! We can choose today to go it alone, and in this we will eventually find emptiness, or we can choose to believe His love is true, and by grace, inch by inch, through great trial, and at times great joy, become something, something full of love and humility.

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Pray Harder!

Dying trees still, will grow greener when you pray.--Bruce Cockburn, "All the Diamonds"
We can't give up! Sometimes it seems everything in life wants you and I to give up our hope. Within our own flesh we battle with hanging on. Even as everything is dark, the job is lost, money is gone, our calling from God is unsure, everyone we love is confused by our yearning, God is silent, life seems pointless, we want to crawl in a hole...., we must keep praying!  We can't forget that the unseen is more real than the seen. We walk by faith and not by sight. It is so easy to say, so hard to do. It should say, 'we walk, stumble and crawl by faith, not by sight!' Just keep praying, do not stop, even when your prayers seem hollow and dry.. pray harder! Keep talking to your Lord Who adores you, no matter what His answer.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Chasing after the Wind

Therefore I loathed life, since for me the work that is done under the sun is evil; for all is vanity and chasing after the wind.---Ecclesiastes
I count all things as dung compared to knowing Christ Jesus my Lord.--St. Paul
The writer of Ecclesiastes is lamenting how all he has done will probably end up in the hands of a fool after he dies. This is the great example of attachment to ones things and standing in life. St. Paul's attitude is sweet detachment from all things, good or bad in this life. Which of these two writers had peace? Which one do we follow after? Do we chase after wind, which we will never catch; or, do we chase after the calling of God on our lives?

Monday, February 23, 2009

March 9, EWTN

Hey folks, just wanted to let everyone know I will be the subject of a 1/2 hour show called "Dana and Friends" on EWTN Monday, March 9.  She filmed 10 shows with 10 different artist and I was very fortunate to be asked to be involved. I performed my tunes live with acoustic guitar.
The time is  5:30 Eastern
                  4:30 Central
                  3:30 Pacific
We filmed this back in October. I will be doing 3 songs from the SOUL album, and one song called "In Your Coat" from the upcoming album "The Rose Window". Dana and I did "In Your Coat" together.
I hope you get to check it out, and please let me know if you do. I will send out one more notice the day before.


He who abides in love abides in God, and God in him.---  St. John, his first letter, chapter 4.

Pope John Paul said, "...the final goal of every Christian vocation is love.." We must call upon Jesus for strength to abide in love. It is so easy to say we will, and in our zeal, we sometimes think this is simple to do. Nothing simple is ever easy. We are masters at complicating God's love for us. But here is the key to abiding, when we begin to grasp how much we are loved. Every time I realize how much He has forgiven me, I want to abide in Him with gratitude and affection. But when I forget how much I have been forgiven, I easily drift away into my own little world. This is why it so important to have friends who love God, or at least, who try to love God. It is also important to go to daily Mass as often as possible for our Lord said in St. John's gospel chapter 6, "He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood abides in Me, and I in him." As soon as you start making excuses not to go, you will soon start drifting. Study the Gospels, and meditate on the life of St. Paul. Pray pray pray!. If I could do anything more in my life, it would be to pray more than I do.  Abide is such a strong word. It is so much more than being with someone, it is an intense nearness that St. John is calling us to. And only love can bring us to this.


Sunday, February 22, 2009


She told me man, you'll never be greater than yourself, I told her I really didn't care.---Bob Dylan
Who are we? Who do we want to be? There are thousands of books out today telling us "who we are". St. Augustine said that God knows us better than we know ourselves. Maybe we should be asking God who we are, instead of trying to find the answer from others who don't know any better than we do. Why is it so important to know ourselves? Did Jesus know Himself? He must have, He said things like, "I am the Way the Truth, and the Life.", and "Before Abraham, I am.", and "Unless you deny yourself, take up your cross and follow me, you can have no part in me." This does not sound like somebody unsure of himself. Now, I know i am not the Way, the Truth, and the Life. I was not before Abraham. So, this is a good place to start, I can know who I am not, and in this, I can allow God to start showing me who I am. He made us, and each person is vitally important to Him. Isn't this amazing?

Saturday, February 21, 2009


Invisible in His own nature, He became visible in ours. Beyond our grasp, He chose to come within our grasp.--St Leo the Great, Pope
The light will be dim and hazy at times in our seeking of light. We are wired to want His light. "Eternity has been placed within our hearts" says the writer of Ecclesiastes. We are visible grasping creatures. We need. He needs nothing, so He became a baby. Babies need everything. Babies grasp for food, momma, comfort. Jesus did all of this. So, as we fall on our faces today or tomorrow in our grasping for a living, expression, love, comfort, momma, success, acceptance, etc.. let's find great comfort in our God. He truly knows what we are going through. He had sorrow upon sorrow, He knows how we feel. This should make us joyful and light. This should cause laughter, especially when we look in the mirror and see those lines of anxiety carving their way across our foreheads. We have to learn to laugh, and then thank Him for being a man.

Friday, February 20, 2009

His Inmost Being...

His inmost being is humility and meekness before God and man. In this He is the exact opposite of the great kings of the world. And a vivid illustration is the fact that He rides on an ass---the mount of the poor, the counter- image of the chariot He rejects. He is the King of Peace----and by God's power, not His own.---Pope Benedict 16 from his book, "Jesus of Nazareth"

We have an incredible and terrifying thing, our free will. We can choose to love and give our lives away to Christ and others, or, we can choose to ignore Christ and use others.This is not a one time choosing either, it is a daily thing. We have the example in Jesus the man.  He chose to love. He chose to come here, take on our flesh, feel our emotions, watch a sunset, eat fish on a seashore, and taste all the fears we taste. The book of Hebrews says we have a High Priest Who can relate to us, and one we can relate to. What does a priest do? He offers sacrifice for the people. Our High Priest offers Himself once and for all, it is an eternal, ever present offering.   I hate it when I do not choose Christ and loving others! I hate failing Him so often! But here is what is so crazy, He still chooses to love me, even when I am not very lovable. His giving us His Flesh and Blood in the Eucharist is The Guarantee that He is our High Priest forever. So when He does discipline us, we have hope.


Thursday, February 19, 2009

Power and Glory

Can you drink the cup that I drink, or be baptized with the baptism with which I am baptized?---Jesus
This is from Mark's gospel, chapter 10. James and John had just asked Jesus to give them some power and glory. Jesus tells them it is not His to give and then He asks them if they are ready to go where He goes and feel what He feels. He is still asking us today. We still want power and glory like James and John, and He is still telling us that without our crosses there is no empty tomb. This is rubber meeting road stuff. It never changes, we have to decide daily to follow Him up to Jerusalem.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Ghosts in Love

Feel like a ghost in love, underneath the heavens above.---Bob Dylan
Isn't this how it feels to be in love with God, to be the waiting bride of this mysterious and demanding Groom? We feel around in the darkness most of the time. We grope for help. We long for His face, we pine for His kiss. Read the Song of Songs and you will see this is nothing new to feel this way about Yahweh. But because of Jesus, there is a new awareness of this intimacy with God. Our Groom has nail marks in His hands and feet. He has a scar in his side. This makes God closer, touchable. He gives His Flesh and Blood for our food and drink. This means that we pursue because we are pursued. We love because He first loved us. If this be the case, then we must become more passionate in our desire to stay near Him, and to His sacred Heart, no matter how He wounds us. We begin this with prayer, meditation, contemplation, and receiving Him in the Mass. We then carry the search into the daily toil and joy of living. He must become everything to us. Our art, science, music, accounting, lawyering, decorating, etc.. we are ghosts in love..

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Look in the Fridge! (FREE "fresh" SONGS)

I have decided to do something special for all you who are so encouraging and for those who like my music.. From this point on, everything that I write and record in my barn and kitchen will appear in the "fridge" right after I record them.. we are putting them there to keep them fresh.. but they will not be in there forever.. at some point they have to be taken out an recorded in a real studio.. so this is a chance for you to have them in this very raw, ragged, and hopefully right, format... in the business they are called demos...I don't call them that, I call them fresh... So please open the fridge and take them, they are yours for free..I hope you enjoy them, and please tell all of your internet buddies to come by too... We do ask that you leave a comment whenever, or, if ever you are inclined to.... at least let Blake Hill, my wonderful friend and website designer know what you think about his very cool work on the site... peace to all always, w keith moore p.s. Blake says that Firefox is the best browser for my site. You may have to copy and paste the link.

Monday, February 16, 2009

so foolish..

O God, if every creature knew that Your severity is equal to Your gentleness, what creature would be so foolish as to dare to offend You?---St. Padre Pio
I love St. Pio. His honesty and passion for Jesus is beyond my understanding. He would weep bitterly for people who came to him for confession. He was also very rough with people when they were hiding something from God. He was rough with them with the hope they would come clean and be set free. Isn't this how Father is with all of us? His love is not some wimpy mamby-pamby love. His love is gentle, but at times it is rigorous and wild! When we place our lives into His wounded hands completely, there is no telling what will happen. It will always be an adventure one way or another.

Control Freaks

In my weakness I am strong...---St. Paul
To wait with openness and trust is an enormously radical attitude toward life. It is choosing to hope that something is happening for us that is far beyond our own imaginings. It is giving up control over our future and letting God define our life.---Fr. Henri J.M. Nouwen, from his book, "Finding my Way Home"
 It is as if St. Paul is saying, "When I am red then I am blue."  It makes no sense to our way of thinking to say that "when I am weak then I am strong." But this is the way of God. God's ways are not our ways. Humility is stronger than pride. Kindness is stronger than anger. A whisper is always heard more clearly than a scream. I think what St. Paul may be saying is that "when I am not in control of the situation, then the situation has a chance of working out God's way."  If we are trusting God with our lives, then we have to give up something, Control. It does not mean that we lie on the couch and wonder 'what if?' It means we walk out into the choices we make with confidence in God to do what He wants in us as we lay our desires before Him. This is a radical way to live, which will always lead to trial and heartbreak, it will always lead to a cross. Just like Jesus. Which by God's grace at some point will lead to an empty tomb. This is not a life for control freaks.

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Too sick to pray Lord..

I've been to sick to pray Lord.---Willie Nelson
We walk a narrow road, filled with joy, filled with woe. The punishing blows of loneliness are sometimes too much for us to bare. We become bitter and afraid, then we become angry and despondent. After this, we become numb, and the wound given to us by our hope seems fatal. We lose strength to do God's will and we don't even want to go to Mass or pray. Willie Nelson sings, "I've been too sick to pray Lord." I know how this feels. This is real, all of this, all of these emotions and crippling thoughts. What do we do? How do we go on? We must take a breath. In our tears and anger and sadness, we must turn to Mary for guidance. She stood by the cross with her fear, loneliness, and wounded heart. We look through her bloodshot eyes upon this mangled man hanging there gasping for breath. We find meaning in our confusion by meditating on His suffering. Instead of saying 'why me?', we can say with Mary, "Why Him?" This is the greatest mystery of life, and in doing this, we can be changed. We must fight, struggle, cry out, and learn to laugh at ourselves. In all of this is our redemption, suddenly, His cross seems more real than ever and our salvation, sanctification, and hope is secure in the Body broken, and in the Blood He shed. Mercy!

Saturday, February 14, 2009


Midway along the journey of our life, I awoke to find myself in a dark wood, for I had wandered off from the straight path.---Dante, from the Divine Comedy
Fr. Robert Barron interprets this opening line of Dante's masterpiece as a man waking from his "ego-centric slumber". When we wander off from the straight path, it is usually connected in some way to the ego-drama. Fr. Barron describes the ego-drama as "a film written by me, starring me, directed by me, and watched mostly by me." Dante's path had become about himself alone, but he awoke. Midway through life, something awakened him. We all need waking up from time to time. We must never imagine that we are always awake and living in the Theo-drama. The Theo-drama is God's film. He directs it, writes it, and in His mercy, He allows us to play a part in it. His film is much more entertaining, beautiful, and meaningful. His drama stars Jesus, and the story is about His love for us and our love for Him. No matter what we do in life, if our lives are about us, they will be boring and predictable, if they are about Jesus, they will burn like torches in the darkness of this world's endless night.

Friday, February 13, 2009

Incredible Faith!

In the silence of the heart, God speaks.---Mother Teresa
If I was given one person to study for the rest of my life, it would be Mother Teresa. This is odd for me to say. Up until I read the book, "Come Be My Light", that person would have been Augustine, Francis, or St. John of the Cross. But Mother Teresa has beguiled me. Her letters to her confessors are not the usual spiritual banter. What she experienced, I believe, is the closest to what Mother Mary went through in her parenting of God. There is a spiritual darkness that brings so much light it is blinding. This makes no sense unless you read Mother Teresa's writings in the context of what Mother Mary must have gone through. Now, what does this mean to us? It means that there is a place within each of us that Jesus wants to take us. It is a place that no one can explain. The darkness of the soul is where a very holy faith teaches us to see. It is a depth that only failed poets can even begin to enunciate. REJOICE! Our little lives are given a treasure in Jesus to seek. Do not rest until you are attentive to such things. But do not attempt this without Mary's help. She brings us to the real Jesus, and He ain't kidding around.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Talking to Wolves

True mysticism is active and practical, not passive and theoretical.--Vincent Van Gogh
St. Francis would agree with Vincent. He was often considered a mystic because of the stigmata he received on the mountain. And he was known to spend hours alone with the Blessed Sacrament in prayer and adoration. He had many experiences that we would consider mystical. He talked to a wolf once and the wolf became a protector of the very town it had once terrorized. He preached to birds. But the most important thing that Francis did was help the poor and revive the faithful. His mysticism was Jesus Christ' love for everyone. His life was about rebuilding the Church and bringing it back to the heart of Jesus, and to the dedication of Mary the mother of God. He went from the riches of the world to wealth of the Kingdom. He was a true mystic, very much like Mother Teresa.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

We Live.

If you have not understood the value of "humble means", then you do not understand the depth of Christianity at all.---Fr. Tadeusz Dajczer, from his masterpiece, "The Gift Of Faith"
We could know every theological teaching to the letter. It would mean nothing without humility!! For without humility, there is no love. St. Paul said that Jesus humbled Himself to the point of death, "even death on a cross." The paradox is that once we think we are humble, then, we are no longer humble. So, how do we do this? We gaze upon the crucifix. We study His passion. We pray the Rosary daily. We spend time alone with Him in the Tabernacle. We give our time to those in jail, in nursing homes, in trouble. We stop thinking only of ourselves, even when we are thinking about ourselves. We give. We die. We live. We fight! We ask Jesus to have mercy on our sinful souls. Then we rejoice that we are loved. There is nothing on this earth to compare with following Him.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

God is always for us..

God's love does not depend on our repentance or our inner or outer changes.--Fr. Henri J.M. Nouwen from the "The Return of the Prodigal Son"
We can breath better when we think of this. It consoles us deeply to know that God is always for us.  We are all the Prodigal at times, we leave our Father's side to pursue pleasure, only to find that no greater pleasure can be found than being with Father. We are all the older brother, jealous of one another, assuming in our pride that we deserve more than we are getting, only to find that we have everything. We should hope to be like the Father, who loves with a crazy love. In those days, old men did not run, it was very disrespectful to suggest an old man would do so. When Jesus told this story He probably got a few sneers from the crowd. But this father's love for his son is our great example. We should run to those who hurt us, giving them forgiveness freely, as we have been forgiven.
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Monday, February 9, 2009

Incredibly Human

It is the saints who know they are sinners.---Fr. Robert Barron, from "The Strangest Way"
When Saints are mentioned in modern culture, they are usually portrayed as milk toast goody goodies without any dimension whatsoever. HA! When you start studying the Saints, you find something  very wonderful, they are incredibly human. In fact, the holier they became, the more human, the more loving, forgiving and devoted they became. They come from every background imaginable. They are artist, teachers, mothers, priests, soldiers, etc... If you want to read incredible stories, read about St. Augustine, St. Catherine of Sienna, or St. Francis. Every believer should have one goal, to be a Saint. The early Fathers of the Church described a Saint this way, " A friend of God."  Desire more than anything to be His friend. This may cause confusion to your family and friends at times, in fact, you will be confused at times, but in the end you will help many souls find Jesus.

Sunday, February 8, 2009


God is not a hypothesis derived from logical assumptions, but an immediate insight, self-evident as light. He is not something to be sought in the darkness with the light of reason. He is the light. --Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel
Jesus said, "I am the Light." Jesus was not like other rabbis. He baffled the religious of His day because of saying things like, "Before Abraham, I am." He was so much more than a another teacher. Some religious thinkers try to place Jesus among great leaders such as Gandhi, Mohammad, Martin Luther King Jr., etc.. as just another good teacher. But the problem is, none of those guys ever claimed to be God. Jesus made no bones about it. He called Himself The Light, The Way, Life, Truth. Jesus was the walking Torah, especially when He was walking on water. He is the Word the Father speaks. As C.S. Lewis said, "He was either a Liar, a lunatic, or, He was Who He said He was." We who believe Him may at times be accused of lunacy, we can only hope..

Saturday, February 7, 2009

An Impostor

A life is either all spiritual or not spiritual at all. No man can serve two masters. Your life is shaped by the end you live for. You are made in the image of what you desire. ---Thomas Merton

There is a great simplicity with Jesus. Either we live for Him, or, we don't. There is no middle ground. We try to keep one foot in the world and one foot in our relationship with Him, but this is impossible. God made us to be devoted to the thing we love most. The one thing can only be Him, for only in the One Who made us can we be all we are meant to be. When Eve and Adam grasped at something other than God, this devotion was broken. This is what Jesus died for, our devotion, which leads us to sanctification, salvation, and walking with Him again in the cool of the day. And how does God woo us back to this devotion?,, with His Passion. He does not force our devotion, and He never will. If we are devoted to something other than Jesus, we will find this to be our life. But He said that He is Life, so, anything else must be an impostor.


Friday, February 6, 2009


Inspiration is brief, sporadic, and rare.--Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel
What inspires you? What is it that makes you feel alive? Is there something you aspire to in your daily struggle? The inspiration that Rabbi Heschel was referring to is more than some kind of shallow want. True inspiration comes from God, and when we are inspired by God, we no longer see the world the same way. Mother Teresa was inspired to quench the thirst of Jesus on the cross. She heard Him say to her, "I thirst." She realized that the lonely, and those dying in the streets of Calcutta were Jesus Himself thirsting on the cross. This was inspiration! God wants to inspire each of us to something other than our own little dreams of self glory. How pitiful are our little selfish desires! His desires for us will change us forever, and a life abandoned to Him will be inspiring to others as well.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Signs Of God's Mercy...

The very contradictions in my life are in some ways signs of God's mercy to me. --Thomas Merton
I probably read this quote from Merton when I was in my 20's. I probably wondered then what he meant.  I barely know now, but I have some sense of what he meant. Paul said it like this, " The very things I want to do I do not do, the things I hate I end up doing. Who will free me from this body of sin and death? ...Jesus Christ."  Merton was incredibly honest about his struggles, as was St. Paul. The Son of God didn't become a man so that we could figure out how not to sin, He became a man so that we could learn how to love. The contradictions of life happen within us, not around us. We learn that our need is our greatest hope. As we learn to love, we sin less. When I feel like Merton and Paul, I have a choice to make. Will I love and trust that God loves me even when I feel like I am betraying Him with my bitterness and anger, or, will I turn my eyes and heart away from God when I feel like I am betraying Him with my bitterness and anger? Knowing He loves me helps me to stay with Him even when I don't feel like it. These are signs of God's mercy.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009


We must maintain great stillness of mind, even in the midst of our struggles.--Diadochus of Photice, bishop

Never cease to pray.--St. Paul

Diadochus told the story of fisherman on a calm sea being able to look into the deep water and see the fish. The same fisherman on the stormy sea cannot see through the agitated waters and their skills are useless. What a beautiful picture of how we live! We are so confident when we feel God near and our prayers are being answered. We feel great purpose and know that with Christ we can do all things. But then, suddenly, the skies darken and the wind picks up. Plans go wrong, our hope and confidence are shaken, our talents become useless. St. Paul spoke of this to the parish at Thessolinica, his advice was to keep praying. We are not spiritual giants, we are going to find out over and over again that we are beggars. O happy fault!,,, for we will also find out again and again that we are loved madly by our mysterious Savior, and He has no intention of letting us go down with the ship. Even when the ship is taking on water and the mast is on its side. Augustine, referring to the story in the gospel of Jesus asleep in the boat in the midst of the storm says this, "Wake Him up!" There will be times when we must wake up the sleeping Jesus and plead for His help. This is what St. Paul meant when he said to never cease praying. When we react like this, we are very close to the stillness of mind needed to see clearly what it is we are after.


Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Real Wood

We must embrace struggle. Every living thing conforms to it. Everything in nature grows and struggles in its own way, establishing its own identity. insisting on it at all cost, against all resistance.---Rainer Maria Rilke
What is life without struggle? It is deceptive when everything is smooth. When we grind it out in faith, when we push against our own bad habits, we find a door. What is behind this door?, liberty! What do the struggles against self and sin resemble?, a cross. What is the liberty?, an empty tomb! Jesus said unless the seed dies, it cannot bear fruit. This is not easy to embrace, it is a never ending decision to follow Him. He is patient, He is not like us. He knows our hearts, He knows how hard it is. We become frustrated, He doesn't. He keeps telling us to hold on. Mary keeps telling us to love and hope. She says, " I touched the cross that day when my Son, our Lord, died. It was real wood. Your struggles are real, He knows this. Hope in His mercy, and in His perfect love for you. He will not fail you."

Monday, February 2, 2009

Remaining Ashore

The fishermen know that the sea is dangerous and the storm terrible, but they have never found these dangers sufficient reason for remaining ashore. --Vincent Van Gogh
Disciples of Jesus know that following Him is dangerous. They know the storms will be terrible, yet, they continue on for He has the words of eternal life. When we give away everything, deny ourselves, take up our cross, then we have nothing to lose and Heaven to gain. The journey belongs to the Lord, shipwreck or not!

Vincent van Gogh. Beach with Figures and Sea with a Ship.


Sunday, February 1, 2009

Stolen Child

Come away, stolen child, to the water and the wild, for the world's more full of weeping than ye can understand.---W.B. Yeats
This is an incredible moment in the history of humans. The world is full of weeping, and the children are being stolen away. Innocence is a memory. Our new president just reinstated the "Mexico City Act", which will allow our tax dollars to go toward funding abortions across the border. It was reported that he did this on a Friday afternoon so the media wouldn't notice.  There is a great darkness spreading over our country. The soul of this nation is filled with greed, worship of self, and relativism. What do we do? How do we stop this genocide? How can we make abortion uncool so that Hollywood and the media will stand against it? Can you imagine what would happen if Brittany Spears, Woopie Goldberg, Brad Pitt, Kanye West, and Bruce Springsteen started speaking out against killing babies in the womb? Abortion is not just about the babies who are being slaughtered, it is also about what we have become in this "Christian" nation. There seems to be very little urgency to our Christianity these days. The lack of unity among believers doesn't help. Read the Saints who died through the ages, or more recently, look at the Catholic priests in Iraq who are dying instead of closing the doors to the Mass. We are all going to be judged for this. We might want to start taking any and every opportunity do something for the unborn.  This is a bizarre reality, but if we could get Stephen Colbert and John Stewart to attack abortion like they attacked George Bush, we could probably save a lot of children. Our economy will suffer even worse if this culture of death grows stronger, stimulus or not.
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