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Author Archive: Steven Jonathan Rummelsburg

Steven Jonathan Rummelsburg is a Catholic convert, husband and father. He is a Catholic writer and speaker on matters of Faith, culture, and education. He teaches, theology, philosophy and Church history at Holy Spirit Prep in Atlanta. Steven is a member of the Teacher Advisory Board and writer of curriculum at the Sophia Institute for Teachers and contributes regularly to several Catholic websites. He is a contributor to the Integrated Catholic Life, Crisis Magazine, The Civilized Reader, The Standard Bearers, The Imaginative Conservative and Catholic Exchange.

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St. Peter’s Fall

November 13, AD 2015 2 Comments
St. Peter’s Fall

Have you ever wished that you had been born in Ancient Israel and had been of the age to see Christ in person? Can you imagine being a disciple of Christ and witnessing all those miracles from turning water into wine, to multiplying the loaves, to exorcising demons, to healing the sick and perhaps even […]

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Meditation on Friday Observance

October 15, AD 2015 0 Comments
Meditation on Friday Observance

Friday is a day to fast, a day to mourn and a day to repent. It is the day upon which Christ died for the sake of our salvation. We Catholics have from the very beginning of the New Covenant always set apart Friday as a penitential observance. On this day we offer up our […]

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What’s Love Got to Do with It?

September 18, AD 2015 22 Comments
What’s Love Got to Do with It?

  One of the most difficult aspects of human existence to understand is the nature of love. We are born out of love and called to return to love and yet because we “see through a glass darkly” it is very difficult to discover what constitutes authentic love. Nearly all human art, poetry, and literature […]

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Lord I am not Worthy!

August 22, AD 2015 2 Comments
Lord I am not Worthy!

This is an age plagued by self-esteem issues. At the behest of the public schools, the Mass media and the field of psychology, this topic has been front and center for several generations. The general consensus in the City of Man is that everyone needs high self-esteem, deserves high self-esteem and must make high self-esteem […]

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Are You Happy?

July 24, AD 2015 1 Comment
Are You Happy?

One thing all humans have in common is that we all want to be happy. In America, it is enshrined in our Declaration of Independence as an inalienable right to pursue happiness along with the rights to life and liberty. It seems like all our energies go into pursuing happiness in these strange times. Everyone […]

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