Holding Your Liquor

The biggest drug problem in the world today is alcoholism.  It affects every country, culture and almost every family.  In fact it is a major problem amongst us as well even though we may not believe this.

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Tourism and Climate Change

Taking a holiday can, in fact, add significantly to global warming.  TheVaticanrecently stated that about 900 million people are tourists at this moment.  By 2020 this figure is expected to reach 1.6 billion.  These tourists are travelling by land, sea ...

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Choosing a Future Spouse

Recently, a study group fromBerkeley,California, published a very interesting and important check list of things to do and to expect of yourself and others when seeking a relationship with a future partner.  I would like to share this with you.

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Is the World youth Day Over?

One phase of World Youth Day (WYD) is over; perhaps the easy part of it.  What have we all learned?  What does it all mean?  What opportunities are now opened to us?  These are all good questions!  Obviously it will ...

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The Word of God is always in Fashion

One of the things that really surprised me during the two weeks of World Youth Day 2008 (WYD) was how much the young people really appreciated good preaching; how they were moved by it and how it touched their hearts.  ...

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Preparing Your Children to Leave Home

Some children never leave their parental home.  These cases are rare and all know that sooner or later children must go out into the world and start their own separate lives.  Once children do leave home there are many challenges ...

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Lessons from World Youth Day 2008

One of the ecumenical leaders of Australiawas at a reception hosted by the Premier of N.S.W. during World Youth Day 2008 (WYD08).  He said, “WYD is a great and holy occasion, do not be surprised that the evil one knows ...

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STRANGE THINGS ARE HAPPENING

Our society, unfortunately, is ripe for confusion.  Despite all the education, technology, information which is now available, one continues to witness very odd practices and beliefs in the community.

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