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Fraternus is Hiring a Director of Mission Advancement

  Fraternus, a brotherhood of Catholic men and boys, is looking for a Director of Mission Development to serve in a leadership position. The Director of Mission Development will work closely with the New Chapter Officer in the initiating/training of new Fraternus Chapters, coordinate the general marketing and public strategy

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The Charitable Man is filled with the Holy Spirit

the tragedy of redemption Depending on how we define some things, Christianity can be called a tragedy.  Christianity is indeed a story – one that you are a part of – and seeing yourself as a part of a cosmic tragedy might give some keen insights to how you see

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The Charitable Man is Patient with His Family and Friends

patient with those closest Let’s be clear on just what patience is. Some similar words and phrases are tolerance, easiness in the face of frustration, being non-critical and the like. And, impatience is intolerance, displeasure, exasperation, touchiness and so on. Can you think of any instances where you might have

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The Charitable Man Cherishes Friendships

why friendship? What is the point of friendship? Why is loneliness such a horrible thing? And why, in a culture where we “friend” and “follow” everyone do people feel like they are isolated? I don’t think that anyone would argue the fact that friends are necessary for a wholesome and

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The Charitable Man Loves His Enemies

you can’t love your enemies The capacity of man to tame Jesus is staggering.  I don’t mean to tame the reality of Our Lord, but to attempt to make what is hard into something that is easy.  To “tame” something is to make it suitable for our environment – to

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The Hopeful Man Trusts in God, Not Man

man, where is your heaven? Men, where is your heaven? Examine your goals, your desires – what do you pursue? What you pursue is what you are attached to, what you seek to find your satisfaction in. Do you pursue an eternity of communion with the Trinity in Heaven, or

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Fraternus is Hiring a Director of Mission Advancement

  Fraternus, a brotherhood of Catholic men and boys, is looking for a Director of Mission Development to serve in a leadership position. The Director of Mission Development will work closely with the New Chapter Officer in the initiating/training of new Fraternus Chapters, coordinate the general marketing and public strategy

Read More...

The Charitable Man is filled with the Holy Spirit

the tragedy of redemption Depending on how we define some things, Christianity can be called a tragedy.  Christianity is indeed a story – one that you are a part of – and seeing yourself as a part of a cosmic tragedy might give some keen insights to how you see

Read More...

The Charitable Man is Patient with His Family and Friends

patient with those closest Let’s be clear on just what patience is. Some similar words and phrases are tolerance, easiness in the face of frustration, being non-critical and the like. And, impatience is intolerance, displeasure, exasperation, touchiness and so on. Can you think of any instances where you might have

Read More...

The Charitable Man Cherishes Friendships

why friendship? What is the point of friendship? Why is loneliness such a horrible thing? And why, in a culture where we “friend” and “follow” everyone do people feel like they are isolated? I don’t think that anyone would argue the fact that friends are necessary for a wholesome and

Read More...

The Charitable Man Loves His Enemies

you can’t love your enemies The capacity of man to tame Jesus is staggering.  I don’t mean to tame the reality of Our Lord, but to attempt to make what is hard into something that is easy.  To “tame” something is to make it suitable for our environment – to

Read More...

The Hopeful Man Trusts in God, Not Man

man, where is your heaven? Men, where is your heaven? Examine your goals, your desires – what do you pursue? What you pursue is what you are attached to, what you seek to find your satisfaction in. Do you pursue an eternity of communion with the Trinity in Heaven, or

Read More...
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