You’ve seen this in a job description, “Other duties as needed.” That translates to “work you weren’t expecting as part of this job.” Did you know this applies to manhood?
If you have ever played sports, you are familiar with reviewing film, especially reviewing your performance. Ever watched the video of your daily life?
Sneak peek at some of the larger articles I am working on for Tactical Catholic:
- Catholic Scripture Study
- Catholic Parenting How To
- Christian Faith in the Workplace
- Fighting Temptations
- The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass
- The Seven Sacraments of the Catholic Church
- Personal and Family Budgeting Strategies
- Hand to Hand Self Defense
- Battle Against Sin
- Leadership Training
Some of these will be series. For example, I am gonna do a whole set on saving money real soon. This is just for starters.
There is great value in listening to the advice of more experienced Catholic men. Non-Catholic men can teach us a thing or two as well. The guy who thinks he has it all figured out is a full-on idiot. Read the rest of this entry
Mother’s Day is around the corner and that always makes me think of family. Every Catholic man has a mother. All of us have a commandment to honor our father and mother. How well do we honor our parents? For many of us who are grown this is easy, but some of you may have a strained relationship. Take thr initiative to start the healing.
In the motion picture, The Matrix, Mouse tries to play digital pimp to Neo. One line I remember goes like
“To deny our own impulses is to deny the very thing that makes us human.”
Did you catch that when you saw the movie? I didn’t. I was waiting for more fighting. Anyway, think about what he said. Is he right? Actually, he isn’t.
It has been a long time since I was active as a Catholic blogger. For a long time, I was pursuing a career as a traveling Catholic speaker. I spent so much time promoting myself and focusing on widening my ministerial reach that I lost sight of my own call to personal holiness and deepening my own relationship with Jesus Christ. Read the rest of this entry