Columnists
Elizabeth Hoxie

Parish Life on a Military Base

Military families tend to make friends quickly. When deployments and PCS’s loom large, wasting time isn’t an option. You have to make yourself available and

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Religion
Elizabeth Hoxie

Feasting for Grinches

A monk friend of ours likes to complain, jokingly, about the incredible inconvenience of the Liturgy of the Hours. When you are feeling bright and

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Columnists
Elizabeth Hoxie

Do(n’t) be Like the Saints

A common methodological error of novice apologists is proof-texting (yes, Catholic apologists are just as guilty of this fallacy as our Protestant brethren). Proof-texting can

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Columnists
Elizabeth Hoxie

Advent is for Mercy

The Church, our Mother, knows that we need two seasons of discipline. Lent is for justice. Lent is when the hands of the Divine shake

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Columnists
Elizabeth Hoxie

Family Needs Prayers

Adam McArthur is a husband, a father, and a faithful Catholic.  He was diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer which has been rated

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Columnists
Elizabeth Hoxie

Five Things

This article originally appeared at Finding Great Joy as part of Cynthia’s wonderful mother-to-mother series. Please take a moment to stop by Finding Great Joy

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Columnists
Elizabeth Hoxie

The Other Cafeteria Catholic

If you travel in Catholic circles for long enough, you’ll encounter those people at some point. You know, the aunt who only goes to Mass on

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Columnists
Elizabeth Hoxie

You’re Insane

For months, I sat in the dark in the middle of the night nursing our sleepless baby and watching Insanity infomercials. There was nothing else

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Columnists
Elizabeth Hoxie

Lest We Forget

I had another post all set to go for today, then I looked at the calendar and realized I had forgotten. Today is September 11th.

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Columnists
Elizabeth Hoxie

The Birth of a Person

It only takes 10 minutes to an hour or three to push a baby into this world. It may seem like an eternity to the

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Life
Elizabeth Hoxie

Morality in Medicine: An Interview with Paul Fox, M.D.

The Church provides a framework for a physician that is marvelously adapted to the realities of life and death. No-one would want to prescribe drugs without standard doses. Why would anyone want to operate in such a morally fraught field as medicine without a standard of conduct?

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Single Life
Elizabeth Hoxie

Don’t Wait

The contributors here at Ignitum Today have been chatting a lot lately about improving our singles’ section. The idea is to give more attention, encouragement

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Columnists
Elizabeth Hoxie

Overcoming Envy

There are “tidy” sins we mothers contend with — sloth that keeps us from cleaning the play room for the millionth time, impatience and the

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