View full version: Catholic Living in the Modern World
  1. Work on Sunday
  2. Pet Peeve - people who expect you to haggle with yourself!
  3. Is it allowed to fast on Sundays?
  4. Question regarding quotes from Saints on sports and boxing
  5. Charity with baggage
  6. "Freed" Women Drive Consumerism
  7. courtship in the modern world
  8. Possibility of widowhood justfication for degree or career?
  9. What does it mean to be "worldly"?
  10. GIVE JOAN A SWORD
  11. Saint writings directed mainly towards laypeople and or youth
  12. Women cant stop talking about freezing their eggs
  13. Catholic Manual for Remnant
  14. Laity obtaining relics of the first and second class
  15. Pre V2 Church Teachings on Sedevacantism
  16. The Shortness of Time, Stop, Look, and Listen
  17. Dealing With The Increasingly Evil World
  18. French Priest who speaks english
  19. The Tapestry Poem
  20. Introducing
  21. Swedish Reporter Systemically Destroy Transgenderism
  22. Fukushima particles has spread everywhere
  23. 100 skills every man should know
  24. How to distinguish bad music...
  25. IF...
  26. America gone bonkers --Transgender introdoctrination
  27. Going to church means longer life
  28. 1960 - Prostitue Paris
  29. Lest it be said I only pick on TAN Books
  30. Why do some boys want to be girls?
  31. Catholic homesteading intentional communities
  32. Islam and Europe
  33. CANTICLE TO SAINT RITA
  34. Is Catholicism Part of the Natural Law Written on our Hearts?
  35. Engagement - Paris
  36. Prudence in Practicing Virtue
  37. Naming Children
  38. Should I Say Prayers for my Dying Pet?
  39. thoughts
  40. Catholics like this - What is wrong with the world
  41. Question for the day - which force is stronger?
  42. Sympathy for Athiesm
  43. March of insanity continues - no more girls or boys toys
  44. Pastors praying over Clinton for President
  45. Yikes!!!
  46. What happened to Hobblehoy?
  47. TODAY Rogation Days April 25
  48. Separation from "bed and board"
  49. Strong gender stereotypes bad for children
  50. Could this be a Catholic relic of St Ethelfaeda?