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Author Archive: Jason Hall

Jason Hall is an attorney and Catholic convert. After spending some time working in the political world followed by a brief sojourn in seminary, he apparently discovered the value of moderation and now works as a lobbyist for Kentucky's Catholic bishops. In his spare time, he likes to read great books, analyze political and social trends, and cheer on his beloved Cincinnati Reds. Jason's contributions to Ignitum Today primarily focus on the principles and application of Catholic Social Teaching.

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Living Holy Saturday

March 30, AD 2013 1 Comment
Living Holy Saturday

“For they did not yet understand the scripture that he had to rise from the dead.” (John 20:9) On Good Friday, the impossible happened. God Himself was executed by His creatures. On Easter Sunday, this same God, our Lord Jesus Christ, rose from the dead, victorious over the power of the grave. In so doing, […]

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Good News and Bad News

November 7, AD 2012 2 Comments
Good News and Bad News

The campaign is finally over! Whether your guy won or lost, it’s time to take a deep breath and relax, maybe even womens viagra mend some strained relationships. But, here’s the bad news: the fight isn’t over; it’s only just beginning. The responsibility we have as citizens and Catholics only begins with voting. In fact, […]

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The Cure for Election Fever

October 10, AD 2012 4 Comments
The Cure for Election Fever

As of this writing, no deaths have been reported. No one has been hospitalized. However, many (myself included) have experienced various common symptoms due to an extremely contagious condition that overcomes our nation in the autumn of every fourth year. I speak, of course, of election fever. The most common symptom associated with election fever […]

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A Prayer for Political Conversion

September 12, AD 2012 15 Comments
A Prayer for Political Conversion

Over the past two weeks, Americans were treated to the quadrennial spectacle of the two major political parties’ national conventions. Each party graced us with an endless parade of speakers making the very clear point that their party represents all that is good and true, while the other party would heap unmitigated disaster upon the […]

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