Category Archives: Holy Spirit

Moral Courage in Acts

Wait! Stop! Hold the presses! That first reading for Sunday (Acts 10: 44f.) from the Acts of the Apostles was a groundbreaking moment in God’s plan of salvation in the world. It was a pivotal moment in the early Church … Continue reading

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A new look at an old story: Nicodemus

Nicodemus was not a bumbling fool. Neither was he a coward because he came at night, nor was he an ignorant person who came to ask a question whose answer he did not understand. Although he is often portrayed as … Continue reading

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God’s Spirit: Power, Love and Self-Discipline

Gauis Julius Caeser Germanicus, otherwise known as Caligula’s life was cut short by the Roman Praetorian Guard in 41 AD. Known as an insane tyrant in history, his death paved the way for Claudius to become the next Roman Emperor. … Continue reading

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