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Faith based games for the family?

I am hoping to be able to gather some more great blog ideas for St. Dismas stories here at wordpress and I want to share a personal thanks to a lot of young authors who have picked up the pen … Continue reading

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The final days of St. Dismas

Dismas is awakened and greeted by a white dove which lands on his prison cell window. The dove drops some olives from a short vine which it was feeding from. The olives fall into the cell within reach of Dismas. … Continue reading

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A short truth

In the end, the disciples backed out and made as though they did not know Jesus when it was time to hang on the cross. They knew they would hang just as well if they came out and claimed to … Continue reading

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Another page from St Dismas journal

We decided way back that the holy family knows best when it comes to figuring out the safest place to live. Afterall, if their son is indeed the son of God then they would definitely choose a safe town to … Continue reading

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A page out of the journal of St. Dismas (In the words written from Dismas himself)

It has been a long night and I am still shaking from my earlier encounter with the messiah. Today I felt a strong spirit come about me, something unusual. It all started when I was at a gathering with a … Continue reading

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Dismas’s younger year

This is a continuation of the story from the catholicismpure blog. I was sitting outside on this Friday the 13th thinking some more about the childhood of Dismas and I could not help but get in that dreamy state of … Continue reading

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Did Dismas regret his entire life?

I was sitting outside enjoying the night time weather about a week ago thinking about whether or not Dismas regretted his entire life. We all know at the end of his life on the cross he expressed sorrow and remorse, … Continue reading

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