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Theresa Williams

Give Fairy Tales a Chance

Fairy tales (especially princesses and Santa Claus) get a lot of crap. From comments such as, “princesses teach girls that the only way to attain

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Abigail C. Reimel

Writing Within the Word?

Ever since childhood I was always taught to treat the Bible with a certain amount of respect.  This included never setting it on the bare

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Siobhan Benitez

Truth in Fiction

Teaching always involves a curve ball. This past fall I taught “Introduction to Moral Theology and Ethics” at The Catholic University of America. For the

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Luke Arredondo

My Battle Against Hitler: A Review

Even in the typically Catholic circles I find myself in most days, Dietrich von Hildebrand isn’t exactly a household name.  In fact, I only discovered

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Bethanie Ryan

The Grace of Yes: A Review

The cover appropriately displays a fish out of water. Ever felt like that? Like you were in over your head? Like you were way outside

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Shaun McAfee

My Dream Has Come True

If 10 years ago you were to have told me I would be a Christian, I would not have believed you. If five years ago

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Emily C. Hurt

Is Water Boring?

“Water is so ordinary it’s boring.” I said that the other day. I was tired of hearing the refrain from “Bring Me Little Water, Sylvie,”

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Abigail C. Reimel

Someone, Please, Like Me…

“Stockholm syndrome, individuals’ desperate attempts to become like their captors.  On a lesser scale it was why good German citizens followed Hitler, Ryan said.  Or

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