View full version: Catholic Living in the Modern World
  1. Shakespeare
  2. Homosexuality: I really dont believe anyone is born that way
  3. Children
  4. What made you chose marriage?
  5. July 12 - St. John Gualbert
  6. Are "Neutral Actions" even possible?
  7. Keha and Wively Submission
  8. Explicity Pornographic Dreams
  9. Dont Borrow!
  10. Are non-Catholics really happy?
  11. Dangers of Multi-Culturalism
  12. Everyones thoughts on 401K
  13. The suicide of our peoples
  14. Responsibility of Parents
  15. was it a punishment?
  16. Atheist Debate- Help
  17. study rural life better than city life
  18. something to think over
  19. Do we Believe Infallible Doctrine Without Denial to Enter Into Heaven?
  20. Traditional Catholic Retreats
  21. Perfectly possessed comes to mind....
  22. Religious vows without parental knowledge
  23. Growing up Catholic in preV2 era
  24. Bad Vibrations- Sound as weapon and terror
  25. Why is it so hard to convince pseudo-Catholics of the truth?
  26. Pre-baptismal divorce
  27. Gender Selection In A World Of Too Many Men
  28. end of America
  29. Why no professionals in Traditional Catholic world?
  30. Interesting Lingo Used by Some Protestants When They Cant Debate Against
  31. Plummeting birthrates in the US
  32. Detergent for you big families...
  33. Does having children make you happy
  34. article on Pope
  35. I was mad to be a mid-life mother
  36. Encouraging kids to drop out and start businesses
  37. The word is homosexual, not "gay"!
  38. Strange Interactions we Traditionalists Have With Non-Catholics.
  39. Women forced to seek power, not love
  40. Long commutes bad for marriage
  41. Holy ----
  42. Having to Live in the World and Deal with Sin
  43. Antique and Thrift Stores
  44. Various Questions
  45. The Horrors of Pornography
  46. Pornography: Weapon of Mass Destruction
  47. People using smartphones - ignoring people at table with them
  48. Is "Temptation" an Outmoded Concept?
  49. A Tale of One City
  50. Can build a PC, but cant spell to save himself