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Abigail C. Reimel is a devout Catholic teenager who strives every day to do God’s will more perfectly. Her call to actively fight in the pro-life battle prompted her to choose St. Joan of Arc as her Confirmation Saint, for the young female exemplified the courage and virtue that Abigail desires to cultivate. She feels that God has called her to write novels that bring His truth to others in creative, exciting ways; in the meantime she writes articles on her personal blog and on the St. Austin Review’s online “Ink Desk”. She enjoys reading, watching movies, playing the violin, spending time by the ocean, and being with her family.
Latest Post: The Top Five Ways to -NOT- Grow in Emotional Purity
Abram Muenzberg is a 27-year-old husband with one child currently on the way. He holds a M.A. in Theology and a B.A. in Philosophy. His passion for the Catholic faith, vocations, and liturgy is the inspiration behind much of his writing. His background as a Lay Campus Minister and former Director of Liturgy for a parish in the Benedictine tradition influences his writing. He also writes for St. Peter's List and runs his own blog at men like wine.
Latest Post: Treading Lightly on the Spiritual Path
Alexandra Reis is a 16-year-old cradle Catholic. Her passions consist of learning and writing about the Faith and trying to spread it. She is drawn to the traditional Latin Mass. She is also interested in poetry, art, playing the piano, and acquiring wisdom at a young age. She hopes to become a writer and professional public speaker in the future in order to save souls for the greater glory of God.
Latest Post: Sanctify Your Day
First and foremost, Amanda is a woman after the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus. Amanda is also a Colorado native, who graduated from Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina in 2009 with a B.A. in Theology, as well as minors in Psychology and Philosophy. Amanda is a youth minister and author of "Worthy", available now on Amazon, Kindle, and CreateSpace. She is also an Associate Editor at Catholic Lane. Her blog can be found at worthy of Agape.
Latest Post: The Devil Is in Comparison
Anabelle Hazard, Esq. is a practicing Catholic, non-practicing attorney, happy homeschooler, penniless novelist and long winded blogger at Written By the Finger of God
Latest Post: Why People With a Colorful Past Evangelize
Arleen Spenceley is a Roman Catholic Christian, a writer, and a counselor. She has a master's degree in rehabilitation and mental health counseling from the University of South Florida and a bachelor's degree in journalism from the same university. She worked as a staff writer for the Tampa Bay Times from July 2007 through Dec. 2012 and also has worked in communications, radio promotions, and fried chicken.
Latest Post: A Chastity Interview With a Sex Therapist
Bernard Toutounji is an Australian Catholic writer and speaker. He writes a fortnightly column called Foolish Wisdom (www.foolishwisdom.com) which takes a contemporary issue within news, culture or faith and examines it through the lens of reason and Judeo-Christian principles. One of Bernard’s favourite quotes comes from Edith Stein who said "All those who seek truth seek God whether this is clear to them or not". Bernard’s passion is leading people to discover this truth for themselves.
Latest Post: Living for the Weekend
Bethanie Ryan is a stay-at-home mom, a hospital chaplain, a freelance writer, a lay minister, an armchair bioethicist and an all around nerd. When she has free-time (oh, that's funny). she likes to read science fiction novels and watch Doctor Who. When she's on the clock, she's serving women in labor in her chaplain capacity. She is a convert to the Catholic Church. She was baptized in December 2004. She hails from Missouri, but right now she unfortunately lives in New York. She has been married to the love of her life for almost 2 years and she's been taking care of the other love of her life for almost a year. She is discerning a vocation as a Lay Dominican. She blogs about medical ethics and other random stuff at The Syrophoenician Woman . She loves to teach. She loves to learn even more.
Latest Post: We’re All God’s Children
Bonnie Engstrom is a cradle Catholic and stay-at-home mom. She married her dashing husband in 2006 and they now have five children: one in Heaven and four more wandering around their house, probably eating pretzels found under the couch. Bonnie lives in central Illinois and gets excited about baking, music, film adaptations of Jane Austen books, and the Chicago Bears. She was a cofounder of The Behold Conference and she blogs at A Knotted Life.
Latest Post: Heartwarming Story from Texas Roadhouse
Brandon Vogt is a Catholic writer and speaker who blogs at BrandonVogt.com. He's also the author of The Church and Media: Blogging Converts, Online Activists, and Bishops Who Tweet and the top hit on Google for "greatest evil in the world".
Brent is a father of five (+ 1 in heaven), husband of one, convert, and a generally interested person. He has a BA in Theology, studied graduate philosophy, has an MBA, is a writer (or so he tells himself) and prefers his coffee black. His website is Almost Not Catholic. His Twitter handle is @2bcatholic. His favorite color is blue.
Latest Post: Are Those All Your Kids?
Brianna Heldt is a mother to seven, recent convert to the Catholic faith, and writer who blogs at Just Showing Up. In addition to her three biological daughters, she and her husband are also parents to four adopted children from Ethiopia, including two daughters with Down syndrome. When Brianna is not busy blogging or homeschooling, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading good books, thrifting, and advocating for orhpaned children with medical needs. She lives with her husband and kids in Denver, and is eagerly anticipating the birth of her eighth child, due in February.
Latest Post: Catholics, Marriage, and the Supreme Court
Bridget Littleton studies at Ave Maria University, where she will graduate this May with a major in Politics and a minor in Family and Society. If she cannot be found at her regular spot in the local coffee shop, she is probably spending time with her big Irish-Catholic family, at home in the South Side of Chicago.
Latest Post: Clues to Francis’ Thought
Burke Ingraffia is a jazz and folk singer/songwriter and band leader of Jazz Animals. A native New Orleanian, Burke and his wife, Melanie, reside in Fairhope, Alabama. His music has been featured on EWTN's Life on the Rock and Backstage, and he has participated in events like Catholic Underground and Love Come Alive. Burke was also a 2012 Kerrville New Folk finalist, and his songwriting has been recognized by the Telluride Bluegrass Festival and Mountain Stage. He has a B.A. in theology from Steubenville and a Master of Humanities from the University of Dallas.
Latest Post: Why I Love M*A*S*H
Chelsea Zimmerman loves Jesus and University of Florida football. She is the Editor-in-chief for Catholic Lane and often writes about life issues and Catholic spirituality. She has been featured on EWTN's Life on the Rock. Her website is Reflections of a Paralytic.
Latest Post: Would You Say That to My Face?
Chelsea Houghton is a 26 year old mother who lives in Christchurch, New Zealand with her husband and three children under the age of four. She has an urge to write and a Media and Communications degree that she attempts to to put into use during quiet moments when her brain obliges. Prior to having children she worked doing media and pastoral work for World Youth Day 2008 in Sydney, and for the Catholic Youth Team in Christchurch. She currently holds the most important position in the world – Stay at Home Mum. In her copious amounts of free time (?!) Chelsea also strategises family affairs, dabbles in teaching Theology of the Body for Teens to different school and parish groups, attempts to read, and watches far too many episodes of The Office. Chelsea blogs at Grow the Roses
Latest Post: Reasons to be Open to Motherhood
Chris is a husband and father of four children, a beautiful daughter and three rambunctious stunt performers, or boys. He served for eight years in the United States Marine Corps and is now looking forward to resuming school in the Fall of '13 to become a music teacher. He is also the host of the Warrior Catholic Show, an online talk show dedicated to exploring issues facing the Church today and asking all warrior Catholics to engage in the battle we are called to as the Church Militant. He broadcasts out of the advanced studio that also functions as a living room and hopes that the kids won't run through during one of their epic wrestling matches in the middle of a show. He loves sacred music, hard exercise, and the Church.
Latest Post: The Warrior Catholic Show: Good Friday Edition
Colin Gormley is a 30 something Catholic who is married. By day he is a contract worker for the state of Texas. By night, or whenever he’s trapped with his wife in her biology lab, he blogs about the Catholic faith from an apologetics perspective. He often strays into politics given the current debates in the country, but he tries to see all issues with the eyes of the Church. His website is Signs and Shadows.
Latest Post: The “Truth” Problem
Cristina Montes, from the Philippines, is a lawyer, writer, amateur astronomer, a gardening enthusiast, a voracious reader, a karate brown belter, an avid traveler, and a lover of birds, fish, rabbits, and horses. She is a die-hard Lord of the Rings fan who reads the entire trilogy once a year. She is the eldest daughter in a large, happy Catholic family.
Latest Post: Feelings
Devin Rose is a Catholic writer and lay apologist. After his conversion from atheism to Protestant Christianity in college, he set out to discover where the fullness of the truth of Jesus Christ could be found. His search led him to the Catholic Church. He blogs at St. Joseph’s Vanguard and has released his first book titled “If Protestantism Is True.” He has written articles for Catholic News Agency, Fathers for Good, Called to Communion, and has appeared on EWTN discussing Catholic-Protestant topics.
Latest Post: The Church is “Generally Reliable”
Edmund Mitchell is a Catholic youth minister with a passion for Jesus, evangelization, and rugby - especially when all three happen at once. For now he enjoys being a Catholic hipster, until too many people start enjoying it with him, then he'll probably go mainstream. He blogs over at EdmundMitchell.com and tweets at https://twitter.com/EdmundMitchell. Edmund is a Franciscan University alum who studied Theology and Catechesis.
Latest Post: What If I Were Drunk All The Time?
Edward Looney is a seminarian for the Diocese of Green Bay and studies at Mundelein Seminary. He is an Associate Member of the Mariological Society of America and is the has authored four books on Our Lady's 1859 apparition to Adele Brise. His latest is: Our Lady of Good Help: Mary's Message and Mission for Adele Brise and the World. They are available from Tau Publishing. He also maintains a research blog, "Mary and the Pope",which chronicles the Marian references of the Holy Father. Disclaimer: Edward's views do not reflect those of the diocese he studies for nor the seminary he studies at. He strives to remain faithful to the Magisterium at all times.
Latest Post: Twelve Other Forms of Marian Piety
Elizabeth is a cradle Catholic, a wife, and a stay-at-home mom to a wonderful little boy. Prior to becoming a mother, she was a New York City special education teacher and guidance counselor. When she’s not chasing her little guy around, she enjoys writing, crafting, and cooking. She blogs at Tales From Astoria
Latest Post: W.W.M.D?
Emi Parker is a recent graduate of George Mason University, where she majored in English and concentrated in Medieval Renaissance Literature. A Washington-state native, she currently lives and works in the Washington, D.C. area. With lots of help from G.K. Chesterton, she converted to the Catholic Church in 2009 and has been incredibly blessed by the communities in the Arlington Diocese ever since.
Latest Post: Free Sex and the City?
Emily C. Hurt is a 2012 graduate of Christendom College with a Bachelor's in Theology. She wrote her Senior Thesis on "Redemptive Suffering in the Theology of the Servant of God Fulton J. Sheen." When she's not job-hunting or reading Fulton Sheen, she writes about the writings of Fulton Sheen, redemptive suffering, and her alma mater at her blog, www.theological-librarian.blogspot.com.
Latest Post: On Fear, Man’s Purpose, and Bombs
I am a young Christian living in Africa. I hold a bachelor's degree in Information Technology from the Methodist University College of Ghana. I am one of the few African Catholic Apologists active online today. Most people know me for my work Catholic Apologetics Guide 101, Let’s talk about the Rosary and Cathoolic - New Evangelization and Apologetics. Countering “sheep-stealing” from the Catholic Church. I blog at HubBlogs with GADEL.
Latest Post: Be Careful about St. Paul (Part 2)
J.Q. lives in the country of Texas with his wife Denise, a Southern Belle from Trinidad and Tobago, and his three children. He holds two graduate degrees from Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, an MBA and Master of Science in Organizational Leadership, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Franciscan University of Steubenville. Having taught for five years in Catholic education, he now works in the construction industry in Victoria, TX. He is a parishioner of Holy Family of Joseph, Mary, and Jesus Parish in the Diocese of Victoria.
Latest Post: For Men’s Eyes Only
Jason Hall is an attorney and Catholic convert. After spending some time working in the political world followed by a brief sojourn in seminary, he apparently discovered the value of moderation and now works as a lobbyist for Kentucky's Catholic bishops. In his spare time, he likes to read great books, analyze political and social trends, and cheer on his beloved Cincinnati Reds. Jason's contributions to Ignitum Today primarily focus on the principles and application of Catholic Social Teaching.
Latest Post: Breaking Our Partisan Chains
JC Sanders is a cradle Catholic, and somewhat of a traditionalist conservative. He is currently a physics Ph.D. candidate at the University of Texas, where he studies high-intensity laser-plasma interactions and Raman processes. He is a lay member of the Order of Preachers, with a three year commitment to the Order. JC has been happily married since June of 2010. He has at times questioned – and more often still been questioned about – his Faith, but he has never wandered far from the Church, nor from our Lord. “To whom else would I go?”
Latest Post: A Review of J Budzisewski’s On the Meaning of Sex
Joe is a husband and father, and with his family has recently moved from Alaska to Michigan. He works "in politics" currently as a Michigan legislative communications staff member. He has also worked as a consultant, a campaign Communications and Press Director, and did a short stint during the 2012 election cycle with CatholicVote. Joe graduated from Ave Maria School of Law a few years ago and has since then been working in politics. He loves outdoor adventures and tackling the path God has placed before him, alongside his family.
J.R. Baldwin is the relationships editor at Ignitum Today. She is one of the three Bright Maidens, and is a regular contributor for The Imaginative Conservative and Progarchy. She blogs at The Corner With A View. She lives in the Midwest with her husband.
Latest Post: Great Expectations
Julie Rodrigues is a 26-year-old Portuguese-American who grew up in California, but moved to Portugal for college and has been there ever since. She has a degree in Theology from the Catholic University of Lisbon, is currently teaching English and has special interest in Pope John Paul II’s Theology of the Body. She blogs at Marta, Julie e Maria.
Latest Post: What Running Has Taught Me About the Gospel
Kelly is a graduate of Franciscan University of Steubenville, where she studied Theology and Philosophy. She earned an M.T.S. from the John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family where her focus was the new feminism of Pope John Paul II. She's written, given talks, and taught a short course on the subject at Virginia Commonwealth University. Kelly is married to Dr. Stephen Williams, a research scientist at the University of Virginia. They live in Charlottesville, VA with their two dogs, Gibbs and McKinley.
Latest Post: Farewell to “Papa” Benedict XVI
Lauren Meyers is a 26 year old wife and a mother of two amazing little boys. She experienced the love of the Lord on a high school retreat, picked up a Bible and the Liturgy of the Hours, and hasn't turned back since. Holding a BA in Classics and Religious Studies and an MA in Education, she currently teaches Theology and Latin at an all-girls high school in northern New Jersey.
Latest Post: Is NFP Crazy?
Leah Jacobson, foundress of The Guiding Star Project, is dedicated to creating a Culture of Life through the implementation of Guiding Star Centers nationwide. These centers will promote New Feminism and Natural Law and are the next stage for the pro-women and pro-life movements to collaborate in a holistic, comprehensive approach.
Latest Post: Girls Gone Witless
Mariella Hunt is an aspiring author and avid blogger. When she was baptized at age eleven, her life became rich with adventure and the Holy Spirit. Jesus is her Prince Charming and the Catholic Church her home. She can often be found sipping coffee, or with her nose in a book. Other fond pastimes are daydreaming and blogging at her website. She hopes for publication soon.
Latest Post: Adventures
Mary C. (Petrides) Tillotson, a native of Flint, Michigan, graduated from Hillsdale College in 2011. She soon landed a job reporting, writing, and photographing for The St. Ignace News in northern Michigan, then married a wonderful man and moved with him to Virginia, where he is studying philosophy. Mary tutors reading, math (including algebra!), and freelances for The Heartland Institute. She keeps a portfolio here. Click here to follow Mary C. Tillotson on Twitter.
Latest Post: Plugging Along
Matthew Heinrich is a seminarian for the archdiocese of Chicago. He studied at the high-school seminary (Archbishop Quigley), the college seminary, and now at Mundelein Seminary. He is a born-and-raised Chicagoan and Catholic. When in the college seminary he studied at the Catholic University of America (in the Basselin program). He earned his PhL (License in Philosophy) with an interest in classical philosophy. He studied Greek at that time and has applied his love of Greek to Scripture and the early Church. He has worked with online evangelization and catechesis for almost two years now. He grew up loving video games, cartoons, and is a Chicago sports fan. He blogs at In and Out of the Ditch. Any opinions expressed are the author's alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Archdiocese of Chicago or Mundelein Seminary.
Latest Post: Our Works, His Grace
Matthew Higgins is Pastoral Associate for Young Adult and Campus Ministries at Immaculate Conception Church and Ramapo College in Mahwah, NJ. He holds a Master's degree in Systematic Theology from Immaculate Conception Seminary at Seton Hall University and a BA in History and Secondary Education from Montclair State University. His 10 year ministerial experience ranges from Junior High faith formation to Youth, Young Adult, and Campus Ministry. He lives with his wife, Olivia and son, Noah in Northern NJ and is currently working towards higher degrees in Theology and Pastoral Ministry.
Latest Post: The New Evangelization: One Small Step
Matthew Olson is a college student in the Diocese of Little Rock. He was raised in multiple Protestant denominations before eventually converting to Catholicism on 7 April 2012. His primary interests are theology, Church history, and ecumenism (especially in Catholic-Orthodox relations). He is privately discerning the possibility of God calling him to the priesthood. He has a blog, Answering Protestants. He also has a Twitter account, @crucifixwearer.
Latest Post: Looking at Pope Francis via Pius V
Miriam Fightlin Brower is happily married and lives in Montana. Although she holds a B.A. in Criminology she has primarily worked in the financial industry and utilizes this background and experience to assist her husband, Matthew, in his solo law practice. She also has experience working for a very large Catholic media company and has enjoyed sharing the faith with others as a catechist and mentor through local RCIA programs. Her particular interests are focused on the New Feminism and how she can bring her pro-life activism to a new generation of women. Her blog is The Hand That Rocks The Credo. Click here to follow Miriam on Twitter.
Latest Post: Infertility and Spiritual Surrender
Molly Milroy graduated from Texas A&M University and has served the church as a Youth Minister, Director of Religious Education and Campus Minister. She has a passion for young adult and women's ministry and is a founding member of the Authentic Catholic Woman Conference. She spends her time writing, photographing and praying her way through the day. You can find her at Single Catholic Girl.com, where she offers practical advice, support and encouragement in the faith.
Latest Post: The Gift of My Patron Saint
Nic Davidson and his wife joined the Church in ’08 after growing up in the Assemblies of God. He has been a youth minister for the past 4 years and is currently working as a missionary on the Caribbean island of Dominica while his wife attends Med School there. He is also writing a 3-year youth ministry curriculum for the Diocese of Duluth, MN. Being as youth ministry and missionary work are his bread-n-butter, there are ZERO normal pics of him for the bio pic. So, what you see is what you get. He blogs at The Dynamic Davidson Duo and Death Before Death.
Latest Post: Let Us Put Our Shoes at the Back
Rachel Zamarron works for EWTN in Customer Service and Admin. Support for the National Catholic Register. Rachel grew up in a large Catholic family that made her who she is today. She is passionate about her Catholic Faith, working with youth, and cowgirl boots. Recently married to her sweetheart Sam, the two of them are enjoying the adventures of life hand-in-hand.
Latest Post: When Did I See You Lord?
Rebecca Frech is a Cradle Catholic who came back to the Church in 2000, and thanks God for it every day. She lives just outside Dallas with her husband, the brilliant Computer Guy, their 7 not-quite-perfect children, and an ever-multiplying family of dust bunnies. When she’s not teaching math, neglecting housework, or reluctantly training for a marathon, she’s blogging at Shoved to Them.
Latest Post: I Know It’s Difficult, I Live It Myself
Bob Waruszewski is a cradle Catholic from Pittsburgh, PA. He recently graduated from St. Vincent College with a bachelor’s degree in both mathematics and economics. Currently he works for a natural gas distribution company in the Steel City and is enjoying his first days as a married man. In his free time he enjoys sports, hiking, reading and chess. His favorite Saint is St. Joseph.
Latest Post: Letting God Fight for You
I am a young Catholic convert. I evangelize by teaching people how to achieve their career, business, or entrepreneurial goals. Follow me on twitter by clicking @RyanEggenberger or jump over to my blog at EntreCatholic.com to say hi!
Latest Post: Pentecost: Nine Days and Counting!
Ryan Kraeger is a cradle Catholic homeschool graduate, currently serving as an Army Special Forces Medical Sergeant, stationed on the West Coast. He enjoys reading, thinking, and conversation, the making and eating of gourmet pizza, shooting and martial arts, and the occasional dark beer. His website is The Man Who Would Be Knight.
Latest Post: There I Am Home
Sarah Babbs is a married mother of a toddler girl, writing from Indiana where she moved for love after growing up on the east coast. Sarah and her husband, a lawyer, lead marriage prep classes for their parish in addition to daydreaming about becoming lunatic farmers. During stolen moments when the toddler sleeps and the laundry multiplies itself, Sarah writes about motherhood, Catholic social thought, and ponders the meaning of being a woman "made in the image of God". Her website is Fumbling Toward Grace.
Latest Post: Catholic and Infertile
A teacher of Latin, History, and Choir, as well as a working church musician. Something like a traditionalist with a twist. A strong proponent of sung liturgy, for reasons beyond occupational self-interest.
Latest Post: On the Darkness
Having grown up in the Mushroom Capitol of the World (Kennett Square, PA), Siobhan Benitez knew she could never live apart from a capitol again. Now lives in Washington, D.C., with her fantastic husband and is still trying to get used to the idea of living with a boy, right down to playing video-games and watching football on a regular basis. When she's not hanging out with her husband, she uses her free time to pursue a PhD in Moral Theology at the Catholic University of America, where she specializes in the ethics of family life, food, and contemplation in a world of action. She has an MA in Systematic Theology from Villanova University and a BA in History and Theology from Mount St. Mary's University (where she met her husband!). When she serves as a catechist, the little kids are always astounded that she's been in "Sunday School" full-time for 7 years.
Latest Post: The Ethics of Your Wedding Dress
Sister Lisa Marie Doty is a Canossian Sister. She enjoys giving retreats and vocational talks to teens and young women in the Sacramento Diocese, and on-going formation to her Institute’s Lay Canossian Associates. She is also the local vocational director for her religious family. In her spare time, she enjoys graphic design, playing with new media, taking walks and making rosaries. Her website is Nunspeak.
Latest Post: Never Despair in God’s Mercy
Born a hop, skip, and jump from the Chesapeake Bay, Stephanie now resides in Appalachia, thanks to love. Her sweet husband Andrew teaches English there. She delights in bike rides, good books, puddle jumping, The Avett Brothers, hammocks, avocados, and the notes Andrew sneaks under her pillow. She is thirsty. Knowing so many others are, too, she spent a missionary year with Generation Life speaking to students about human dignity and authentic love. Her passion is telling young women they possess immense worth and that pure, sacrificial love is real; she thinks a truthful understanding of sex and love is medicine for an aching culture. Upon noticing there were few resources for Catholic brides-to-be, Stephanie decided to make a humble attempt at filling the void. Her blog,Captive the Heart, is a collection of wedding ideas, spiritual reflections, inspired dates, and general ways to plan a sacred, stylish celebration and a holy marriage.
Latest Post: A Case Against Abstinence
Sr. Theresa Noble is a novice, aka nun in training, with a religious congregation of sisters in the US. She left her job in California with eBay to follow God two years ago. She currently lives in a convent in Boston where she prays, evangelizes, bakes bread and blogs at Pursued by Truth (http://pursuedbytruth.blogspot.com/).
Latest Post: Letter to a Young Discerning Catholic
Tim Glemkowski is a seminarian for the Diocese of Rockford studying at Mundelein Seminary just outside of Chicago, IL. He shares his birthday with Padre Pio but to the best of his knowledge has never bi-located. His interests include 90s TV shows, JRR Tolkien, the life/writings of Blessed John Paul II, and the human person. Although he played football through high school and would still love to coach defensive backs someday, Tim's fondest athletic memory is starting at point guard for the Mundelein Lakers at the Mundelein Seminary Shootout. Tim graduated in 2011 from the Franciscan University of Steubenville with majors in Theology and Philosophy. Please pray for his discernment and formation! Any opinions expressed are the author's alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Diocese of Rockford or Mundelein Seminary.
Latest Post: Toward a Masculine Spirituality
TJ Burdick is the lead author of One Body, Many Blogs, Advice for Christian Bloggers. He is also a school teacher by trade, a lay Catholic by grace and a husband and father of two by vocation. He writes to help support Catholic charities and to put food on the table for his family as his teaching wages are very humble. When he is not enjoying time with his family, you can find him planning his next big lesson or locked inside an adoration chapel. You can find more of his work at @ tjburdick.com.
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