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Joachim

Guest post by Br. Gregory Liu, OP. Just a few days ago, I heard about the death of a brother, a Dominican priest, Fr. Joachim

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Masterpieces are Made by Many

He who has himself for a guide has a fool for a disciple. I had a lapsed Catholic friend who expressed skepticism about our devotion

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Jean Elizabeth Seah

Laughing at Death

Living by faith includes the call to something greater than cowardly self-preservation. —Kurt D. Bruner, Kurt Bruner, Jim Ware, Finding God in the Lord of

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Jean Elizabeth Seah

Hallowmas Day

Supermarkets in Australia have been full of Hallowe’en décor since early September. One could join in the laments about how Christmas decorations appear unseasonably early

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Cristina Montes

Dealing with the Dark Side of History

The Dark Ages, The Crusades, the Inquisition, Galileo, the mistrial of St. Joan of Arc, sales of indulgences during the Renaissance, Catholics massacring Protestants, the

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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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Simon Says & Christ’s Supper

“Eh, Bart, I’m glad you had fun, but I wouldn’t get too into that Catholic Church. With all the sitting and standing and kneeling, it’s

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Matthew Olson

Why I Hate “Faith Alone”

Expounding on the importance of our actions for salvation is, I suppose, my primary “thing.” I have been in so many informal debates over the

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Religion
Rachana Chhin

She Has Loved Much

Today on July 22nd the Church celebrates the Feast of St. Mary Magdalene. Mary Magdalene has been one of the most misunderstood and closely scrutinized

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