Feast of All Saints

November 1st is the Feast of All Saints, which serves as the Feast day for everyone in Heaven, whether officially canonized or not. This is an important feast day as it reminds all of us of those who made it, who had run the race and fought the good fight and have arrived at their …

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Trudging Paulcoholic's Road Again

Some time ago I started another blog on Catholic sobriety entitled Trudging Paulcoholic’s Road. It was to be the flip side of Sober Catholic. Whereas Sober Catholic was about how the Catholic Faith and her spirituality can help you maintain your sobriety, TPR was to be how I used the Faith. It was to be …

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Moving beyond your past

There is an excellent article posted this morning (October 17, 2008) in Spirit Daily on resolving issues from the past such as hurts and resentments. As alcoholics and addicts we know all too well how dangerous it is to spend too much time nursing grudges and harboring resentments. This article may kick start or remind …

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Our Lady of the Rosary: year in review reflection

Today was the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. That link is a post I wrote last year. It has been quite a year for me since that post. In that year I relocated to a new city to be closer to my then-girlfriend (after commuting weekly 360 miles/580 km round-trip for nearly 2 …

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blog update

Just a short note to anyone wondering, but this blog is still alive despite no postings for nearly 3 weeks. Posting shall hopefully resume this week. Life, work and stuff got in the way. Things are OK, just haven’t been getting around to posting! Know someone, perhaps yourself, who might like Catholic devotionals for alcoholics? …

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