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I Could Be You

December 5, 2013 by  
Filed under Donna Sue Berry, Featured, Poetry

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I drove right through the changing light Horns blowing as I went. I had to make just one more store, Before the day was spent. . I swerved in time to miss a man Who held a cardboard sign. A homeless man, who’d work for food, Thank God, I’d braked in time. . I parked my ride and looked around, Then groaned at what I saw. A sea of cars parked everywhere. The world was at the mall! . Oh Lord,... Read More

Consolation & Desolation… What are “spiritualized capital sins”?

Dear Father John, you used the phrase “spiritualized capital sins” in your post on consolation and desolation. I have never heard this idea before. What are spiritualized capital sins and how do they “attempt” to re-conquer the soul as we mature? We have to remember that here on earth we are members of the Church militant. We are in the midst of a battle. As we grow spiritually,... Read More