Life
Emma King

The Application of Style

In my previous article I explored a philosophy of style that will allow us as Catholic women to live in the modern world in such

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Life
Emma King

A Philosophy of Style

As Catholics, we know that we have a call to be “in the world, not of the world.” I find that many use this catchy

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Columnists
Chris Ricketts

Catholic “Baby Machines”

We’ve all heard the comments. If you are the parents of more than 2.5 children or come from a family of more than 2.5 siblings,

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Life
Amanda Sloan

Not the Most Important Day

There is a tendency among girls and women today to think that our wedding day will be the most important day in our lives. On

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Bioethics
Emma King

Understanding the Dark Side of the Moon: Part One

In one of my first philosophy classes my professor told us, “You will never get anywhere unless you understand what the other person is saying. Don’t assume that they are being dishonest. Rather, look at what they are saying and ask yourself ‘what must they be thinking or assuming for what they are arguing to be true and rational?’ Only then are you legitimized in disagreeing and arguing with them, because only then do you give their argument credence.”

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College
Abigail C. Reimel

Open the Door…

A reflection written in the midst of my first semester of college… Flirting starts based off of an initial attraction: a girl notices a guy,

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Abortion…And The Pain in Our Society

Abortion is one of those topics that make people really, really uncomfortable.  Nothing destroys the conversation at a pleasant weekend barbeque more instantly than talk

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Columnists
Laura McAlister

Can You Be Catholic and Feminist?

About a week ago, I saw an article pop up here on Ignitum Today called Roots, Fruits, and Feminism. I eagerly clicked on the link, wondering what new

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Art
Mariella Hunt

God is the Artist

This was adapted from a longer version of the post which can be found here. God is King–but he is also Master Artist, and He

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Columnists
Emma King

Mary: Pro-Life Mother

We must avoid the great temptation to see ourselves as Mary, present to the crucified Christ of aborted children. While “whatever you did to the least of these you did to me” is a main message of the pro-life movement, equating the killing of children with the persecution of Christ, pro-lifers must be careful not to see themselves solely as those who don’t “do [wrong] to the least of these.” We must learn to be Mary in the pro-life movement….

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Pro-Choice Violence and Radical Love

These men will be saints one day. Indeed, what other movement so calls for and creates saints as the pro-life movement? What movement challenges its people to such radical love, peace, and joy as the pro-life movement? To be Catholic is to be pro-life because to be pro-life is to acknowledge that there is, to quote Samwise Gamgi, “goodness out there, and it’s worth fighting for!

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