I know what you're thinking...that title is a misprint but truth is, it is not. We talk about "holy wars" a lot but in modern times, it's usually someone talking about how radical Islamics are killing and maiming people because of their religious beliefs or how the Jewish & Palestinian people are always fighting and… Continue reading The holy war within Christianity
So we remember how this past Sunday I wrote a blog saying I admit defeat in my three year fight to get the story of my life as a member of Catholic Daughters of the Americas out in the open? Well, I just realized something: The scars run deep. And the weird part? It's not… Continue reading The scars run deep
Author's note: This is all OPINION so do not get bent out of shape. For more articles related to my beef with Catholic Daughters of the Americas, check out the categories & tags on them. Thank you. As promised in the previous blog, the article about my final showdown with the bane of my existence,… Continue reading Marie vs. Catholic Daughters of the Americas: The Final Showdown?
We all know about Facebook, right? If you don't use it, you know someone who does. Well, about a couple years ago, Facebook did this thing where they have a feature called "On This Day." It's similar to the social media lookback app Timehop but unlike Timehop which focuses on what you have posted on… Continue reading Memories on Facebook really makes you think
Today is three years since that horrible day when Catholic Daughters of the Americas hurt me for the final time. I have talked about it in detail to please look at my previous blogs for the story. Three years later and there is so much I don't understand. First, why did they hurt me? What… Continue reading Three years later…
So I hear that one of my favorite actors, Matthew Perry, wrote a play. Okay, I heard of this last year when he did said play in London but this summer he's doing a production of it in New York City. It's called The End of Longing and from what I heard, it has some elements… Continue reading The search for my “end of longing.”
This is a true story: A young woman goes to a church and she joins some activities to find enlightenment and meet like people. She is a likable character who came from a multi faith home (her parents are of two different branches of Christianity) and she is quite intelligent having taught herself a lot… Continue reading What is so wrong with being a smart Christian?