Gallimaufry, vol. 1

Gallimaufrey is a round-up of some of my favourite posts from the last fortnight. The word itself means a confused medley, and comes from the French for stew or ragout, which only seemed fitting!


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Hearty Reads

Southern Baptist Turns Home to Rome, Two Years Later – Anthony @ Evangelical to Catholic A List of the Most Awesome Sites for Theology Nerds – Billy Kangas @ The Orant (Patheos) Book Review: The Church of Mercy by Pope Francis – Cristina @ Filling My Prayer Closet Stop Canonising Popes! An Appeal for a Moratorium on Pope-Saints – Modern Medievalism Top Ten Ways to Misuse the Bible {From an Ex-Fundamentalist Guilty of of ALL of Them} – Elizabeth Esther The Journey Home from Anxiety & Panic – Devin Rose @ St Joseph’s Vanguard 14 Stylish Twitter Header Photo Templates & Inspirations (2014 Update) – Twelveskip Spiritual Weapons: Fasting – Sam Guzman @ The Catholic Gentleman Why is Shakespeare So Mysterious? Because He was a Catholic in an Age of Vicious Persecution – Joseph Pearce @ The Catholic Herald Easter Triduum Family Traditions – Cristina Montes @ Ignitum Today

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Eat Some Word

Finally, all of you, have unity of spirit, sympathy, love of the brethren, a tender heart and a humble mind. Do not return evil for evil or reviling for reviling; but on the contrary bless, for to this you have been called, that you may obtain a blessing. (1 Pe 3:8-9)


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