Where Your Heart Is, There Your Treasure Will Be


Guilty, convicted am I.



About thelarryd

LarryD resides in Michigan with his wife and 2 sons. He's been blogging on Catholic topics since March 2008, providing orthodox commentary on heterodox hooliganism, with observations on the culture, trends, and the Church. His goal? Inject humor and fun into the New Evangelization, with the gentle reminder that everyone's taking themselves way too seriously.
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12 Responses to Where Your Heart Is, There Your Treasure Will Be

  1. pablo says:


    You finally put up a good post.

    Viva Cristo Rey!



  2. bear says:

    Hah! JOkes on you. I don’t have a cell phone.


  3. Jean says:

    I like this. Of course, if I used it like I use my cellphone, I’d look for it only when going on vacation or a long work-related trip, then have to recharge it. But I have many friends and family members who rely on their cellphones for everything, all day.


  4. Erin Manning says:

    Or, you can put a Bible *app* on your cellphone and have the best of both worlds!



  5. Dom Gregory Pilcher, OSB says:

    My Bible is on my cell phone. You can do both! 🙂


  6. Andrew says:

    I got beat out by the last two posts. This is a USO for the Church Militant.


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  9. iconstitcher says:

    Do i get extra credit for iBreviary and Angelus alarm on my ipad?


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  11. St. Paul’s image of the athlete who spends time and dedication to win a grass crown is helpful: so we can apply that today to ask what priority we give to prayer and meditation on our Faith compared to the worldly discretionary time we spend.


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