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Chances are there is that part in us that always desires for a perfect result in everything we do.
But perfection is not always good for us. Our tendencies toward perfection can bring havoc towards our productivity if not handled in the right way.
For the truth of the matter is that there is no such thing as perfection, and striving for perfection can only lead us to unproductivity and zero performance.
To read more on perfectionism visit my less than perfect blog post here.
For our Lenten offering Deacon Leandro Mendoza shared his article: “Is God Dead?”
But no, God is not Dead! In fact, we are alive today because we are in this life continuously sustained by our living God, our Father in heaven.
Deacon Leandro wrote in this post that German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche proclaimed that God is dead. On the other hand, this country’s founding Fathers acknowledged “the duty of all men in society, publicly, and at stated seasons, to worship the Supreme Being, the great Creator and Preserver of the universe.” He said Congress later added “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance, and this Country’s motto: “In God We Trust” was printed in dollar bills.
Deacon Leandro also mentioned the most abhorrent thing that man can ever think of doing in this world: Aborting defenseless babies in their mother’s womb.
But thank God for those of us who do not succumb to the practices of this world, especially abortion, and God bless those who fearlessly raise their voices against the evil of such practices to mention, most especially, the creator of roevwademovie.com
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Is God Dead?
By Deacon Leandro Mendoza
First, it was Friedrich Nietzsche, the German philosopher, who proclaimed: “God is dead.”
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Women in the Catholic Church
I am Hermie Climaco, creator of catholicwomendisciples.com. I dedicate this website to the women in the Catholic Church.
I am Catholic by birth.
At this point in my Catholic life I must say that I have continuously grown spiritually. I learned many things about the faith that strongly inspired me to create a website specifically for the women in the Catholic Church.
The many interesting and beautiful things I learned about the Catholic faith drove me to find a way to share bits and pieces of the faith that I have picked up and learned along my life’s journey.
This website is that way.