Life
Marc Barnes

How To Kill Yourself

Imagine this: The day is beautiful, the birds are singing, and you’re standing on the edge of cliff, with every intention of hurling yourself off.

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Life
J.R. Baldwin

Serving With Mustard

I have a tennis ball shaped bruise on the side of my thigh. In grotesque literary fashion, I see the bruise as God’s grace literally

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Life
Brent Stubbs

Big Bro

The editors of this site asked me to write a post introducing myself. Greetings earthlings. [Full Stop] I don”t think that will quite cut it.

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Lost and Found

“God assigned as duty to every Man, the dignity of every Woman”- Blessed JPII I think about all that the Lord has done in my

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College
Nicene Guy

Some Advice for New Students

Dear Catholic Freshmen, Welcome to Behemoth State College (BS-C). I’m sure that orientation week has so far been a mixture of excitement, anxiety, awe, and

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Men's Issues
Nathaniel Gotcher

Do’t, Knight!

Men are not pigs. You see, that’s giving men too much credit. When pigs burrow in the mud and embrace the dirtiness, it is not

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Health & Fitness
Jennifer Mazzara

Thrift, Justice, and the American Way

My husband, patient soul, is not a big fan of documentaries.  They’re often dull, they’re seldom short, and they’re typically liberal.  (Why is it, for

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Life
Nicene Guy

Echoes of an Unsung Lullaby

Somewhere in my mind’s many rooms, I hear a sound I dimly recognize– Faint and ghostly, not quite clear– A sound more haunting than piercing,

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Religion
Elizabeth Hillgrove

Spiritual Heirloom

Hello, my name is Elizabeth and I’m repressed. I’m a Catholic woman, after all. The Bright Maidens movement blossomed out of refuting this very concept.

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Life
Colin Gormley

There and back again

A hearty greetings to one and all! I would first like to thank our gracious hosts for allowing me the opportunity to post on what

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Life
Nicene Guy

My Non-Apostasy Story

Every convert has a conversion story to tell: often it’s a very fascinating and even compelling story. Because I am a cradle Catholic, I cannot tell a conversion story. However, as a way of introducing myself to you, oh reader, I can tell the story of my thus-far non-Apostasy. This is not so much the story of an adventure far from the place of my birth unto my new home as it is the tale of how I found great treasures while exploring in the attic of my ancestral home.

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