Columnists
Erin Cain

Hidden in Plain Sight

But Jesus said to them, “A prophet is not without honor except in his native place and in his own house.” And he did not

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Apologetics
Noel Ethan Tan

Miracles & Mysteries

2 Kings 4:42-44, Psalm 145, Ephesians 4:1-6, John 6:1-15 When Jesus performed the multiplication of food, the people immediately adored Him: “Perceiving then that they

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The Storm on the Sea of Galilee, Rembrandt (1632)
Columnists
Jean Elizabeth Seah

The Humor of Miracles

When reading about the time Jesus awoke from His nap, calmed the stormy sea, and chastened His disciples for being afraid (Matthew 8:23-27), one just

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Columnists
Jean Elizabeth Seah

Seeing God

Blessed are they that have not seen, and have believed. – John 20:29 A friend of mine was disappointed when he visited Nevers. There was

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Books
Nicene Guy

Book Review: Particles of Faith

Particles of Faith, by Stacy Trasancos, is a must-read for Catholics (and others of good faith) who are weary of the vitriol in the faith-science

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Health & Fitness
Emma King

The Ministry of Food

If food is the means by which Christ reaches out to sinners and gathers His Church, then we too must see food as a ministry.

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Spirituality
Nicene Guy

Assumptions and Models

The scientific method, as does much learning in general, begins with observation. Father Stanley Jaki likened this process to the first step in the march

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Prayer
Nicene Guy

Miracles and Nature

“A small error at the outset can lead to great errors in the final conclusion” (Saint Thomas Aquinas, Being and Essence, quoting Aristotle). There has

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Miracles Happen!

It’s not often that I recollect a real-life happening upon the great expanse of Internet. That’s the sort of thing I usually prefer to reserve

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Spirituality
Marc Barnes

How To Be Superman

A child knows he can fly; that’s why he tries. Adults have only forgotten. The point is that man is especially able to fly. That he should fly. That a singular event that occurred in recent history makes flying something as likely as a falling.

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