Judith Babarsky

Judith Babarsky wants to live in a world where everyone gets along with everyone else and no one takes themselves too seriously. As a Licensed Professional Counselor in Private Practice for the past 20+ years, she has seen many different sides of human nature, learning that all people need validation and most people do their best to be good in spite of mishaps along the way. A convert to Catholicism, she earned an MA in Theology from Holy Apostles College and Seminary and now serves as Adjunct Professor of Theology/Bioethics. Judy and her husband have 5 children and two Rat Terriers. When she's not counseling or teaching she enjoys playing with her grand-daughter, traveling, good food and craft beer. She recently began a personal blog at www.judithbabarsky.com that is a work in progress.

Never too Late to Lent

Are you bemoaning the fact that you didn’t really DO anything for Lent? Didn’t add any extra prayer, didn’t fast from anything, didn’t participate in any almsgiving? Don’t despair. It’s never too late. Remember Jesus’ parable of the workers in the vineyard (Matthew 20)? Those who came late to labor were rewarded equally to those …

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Who Was Melchizedek?

How many times have you heard “Thou art a priest forever after the order of Melchizedek”? I’ve heard it more times than I can count, I heard it in RCIA, I’ve heard it in Scripture readings at Mass, I’ve read about Melchizedek in in Scripture commentaries and read references to him in books. My take …

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