Why is it that Christmas and Easter are the only two times during the year that you have to leave for church an hour early to get a seat? It’s sad but true. What is even sadder is the reaction that regular Mass-goers give on Easter and Christmas to others who don’t come the rest of the year.
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This month, we reach the 37th anniversary of the “Roe V. Wade” decision that legalized abortion In the US, and are again brought face to face with one of the most divisive issues in our nation. Since 1973, over 40 million children have been aborted in the United States. That’s more than any state’s population – if California fell into the ocean, it’d only be 37.2 million people. Whether we’d like to admit it or not – whether it’s comfortable or not – abortion is a monumental issue.
By now you’ve probably heard that NBA’s Lebron James announced that after seven years, he would be leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers and be joining the Miami Heat. Everyone in the world of sports believes that this may be one of the biggest decisions of the decade. Regardless of whether you’re a sports fan or not, there are three Christian lessons we can learn in the middle of all this basketball drama.