Columnists
Nicholas Lye

Leaving the Seminary

So just to set the record straight (since some have been speculating or asking indirectly behind my back), I did not leave the seminary for

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Life
Nicholas Lye

Sell Everything

I began my discernment journey 11 years ago with these two words that kept coming up in prayer, but I wasn’t sure what it really

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Columnists
Amy Atkinson

Your Vocation Is To Love

I’ve noticed that so many young Catholics have an inordinate amount anxiety about their vocations. I definitely put myself into this category. When I understood

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Life
Lianna Mueller

Mary’s Yes, and Yours

Advent has come upon us. We watch and wait with Mary, as her fiat, her “yes” to God’s will comes to fruition. The Annunciation isn’t

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Life
Lianna Mueller

Are You Too Busy?

Lately, I’ve run into periods of extreme busyness. There have been times I’ve come back home to finally sit down and cook myself a decent

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Life
Emma King

Discernment Games

Perhaps, we should emphasize less praying for discernment and more praying that God’s will be done.

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Prayer
Abigail C. Reimel

Patience in the Desert

For forty days Christ suffered in the desert, fasting and depriving Himself of comfort, choosing to undergo hardship and temptation for the sake of teaching

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Movies
Matthew Higgins

Christ the Uncommon King

One of the greatest sporting event upsets of all time arguably happened during the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, New York when the United

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Life
Nicene Guy

Parish Closures

The sad news that some 55 parishes in and around New York are going to be shuttered (or “merged” with other parishes) has been public

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Columnists
Matthew Higgins

Choosing the Better Part

Choosing the better part: Lessons from St. Martha Life is full of decisions. There are small decisions, such as choosing what type of toothpaste to

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