Monthly Archives: March 2011

OOPS –


This latest group of Christian Church bloopers comes to me from my brother-in-law, Pastor Dan T. in Illinois. Thanks, Dan. It brightened up my day. Fr. Orthohippo They’re Back! Those wonderful Church Bulletins! Thank God for church ladies with typewriters. … Continue reading

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A GLIMPSE INTO ANGLICANS BECOMING CATHOLICS


Rome’s invitation to Anglicans (and possibly others) to organically join Roman Catholicism has been received with mixed emotion and intellectual discernment among Anglicans. Here is a peek into one group of Anglicans regarding this offer. It comes from the English … Continue reading

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VIOLENT PASSIONS


Explosive politics raise blood pressure and passion in the 21st century.  It seems to many to be more common and more vicious today than in earlier years of my life. Such is our understanding when based only on our life … Continue reading

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God’s Sense of Humor -Archaeologists Discover Saber-Toothed Vegetarian


WASHINGTON — Surprised scientists have discovered the remains of a saber-toothed vegetarian. The leaf-crunching animal – about the size of a large dog – lived 260 million years ago in what is now Brazil, researchers report in Friday’s edition of … Continue reading

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WHEN DOES CHRISTIANITY CHANGE BEHAVIOR?


These statistics will probably make many of you angry. You may not like the statistics cited below. Many Christians will disagree with them. The conclusions stand for themselves. All I have to add to the mix is one thought of … Continue reading

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HONORING SLOVAKIA


This is to honor my other, better, half. Judy spoke Slovak until about the age of 5 when she began to forget it as she  entered public school. It also is to educate most of you since I doubt many … Continue reading

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With my celtic origins on both sides, one day to celebrate a Celtic saint. Happy St. Patrick’s Day Fr. Orthohippo

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