Prayer
Editor

Kneeling at My First Mass

By guest writer Tasman Westbury. In the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of those that are in heaven, on earth, and under the

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Columnists
Jean Elizabeth Seah

Charity

O my Jesus, Thou who art very Love, enkindle in my heart that Divine Fire which consumes the Saints and transforms them into Thee. O

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God as Poet

By guest writer LeighAnna Schesser. Recently, a friend wrote to me saying, “I’m skimming Jesus of Nazareth and Pope Benedict XVI mentions all the mountains

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Holy Communion by Angelo Graf von Courten
Art
Jean Elizabeth Seah

Better Off, Not Better

A long time ago in my college dorm room, I was showing a friend the blog Creative Minority Report. It takes its name from Pope

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Mary's Ultrasound
Columnists
Jean Elizabeth Seah

Advent: The Coming of the Lord

Happy New Liturgical Year! With the First Sunday of Advent came a new year in the Catholic Church. Advent is an important time of spiritual

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Life
Emma King

Feasting on Advent

In his stunning work, the Spirit of the Liturgy, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI states that worship requires that God “give back” and reveal Himself to

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Life
Abigail C. Reimel

The Necessary Virtue of Hope

During any phase of transition, the importance of the theological virtues of faith and love are always emphasized. One is counseled to have faith that

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Politics
Emma King

Do Not Fear Gay Marriage

Gay “marriage” will threaten, snarl, huff and puff, but we should not fear. For, upon this rock Christ built His Church. It will not fall simply because evil huffs and puffs a little louder.

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Columnists
Jason Theobald

Correct Inculturation

In Pope Benedict XVI’s book “The Spirit of the Liturgy,” he spends a good deal of time on the postures of prayer and the correct

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Books
Rachana Chhin

The Coming Islamic Revolution

World leaders and over three million people converged in France this weekend to mourn for those slain during the recent terrorist attacks against Charlie Hebdo,

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Columnists
Rachel Zamarron

Christmas – When You Feel Like Scrooge

The stores filled with Christmas items especially early this season, “Santa Baby” playing endlessly on the local radio station since late October. Christmas all around

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Columnists
Jason Theobald

Tired of the Fight

Once again, it seems that the most appropriate and timely thing to write about concerning the Church is Pope Francis. This time, it’s an apparent

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Religion
Jason Theobald

Re-Stating the Narrative

As if there weren’t enough articles, blogs, books, interviews, and every other form of print and media already out there about Pope Francis and Pope

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Columnists
Rachana Chhin

The Most Beautiful Thing

One of my good friends recently invited me over to his home for lunch after Mass. Ordinarily, it would not have been such an unusual

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