Columnists
Kat Larson

Change of Address

I hit my lowest point last week — I got extremely sick with a stomach bug. It came on without warning and left me bedridden

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Columnists
Kat Larson

In Thanksgiving for Diabetes

Raising his eyes toward his disciples Jesus said: “Blessed are you who are poor, for the Kingdom of God is yours. Blessed are you who

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Larabeth Miller

A Lesson for a Chaotic Soul

Recently I learned a hard lesson. It was a concept that I knew was coming, as people close to me had informed me of the

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Health & Fitness
Editor

Prison Societies

By guest writer Steve Kellmeyer. It is usually said that Western democracies are the most free societies on earth. But is that true? This video

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Health & Fitness
Erin Cain

How to Pray When You’re Sick

Whenever I have a cold or stomachache, or when I’m feeling exhausted and overwhelmed, I struggle to pray the way I normally do. But I

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Health & Fitness
Erin Cain

Beyond My Comfort (Food) Zone

It is very appropriate, I think, that I received my diagnosis of wheat and milk allergies during Lent, three years ago. After all, I was

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Health & Fitness
Emma King

The Ministry of Food

If food is the means by which Christ reaches out to sinners and gathers His Church, then we too must see food as a ministry.

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Health & Fitness
Julie Machado

Natural Family Planning is Hard

Our bodies are complex, intricate mysterious things. They are not outer shells or machines that come with a user’s manual. There is a lot going

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Columnists
Julie Machado

Just Food Is Not Enough!

Before my baby was born in April, I had carefully been reading and rereading Gina Ford’s The Contented Little Baby Book. It consists of several

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Cristina Montes

St. John Paul II on Depression

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Since this website features the Catholic perspective on young adult concerns, and since depression is a growing mental health

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