Career
Kat Larson

Duc in Altum

I am getting tired of this never-ending job search. I am also getting tired of constantly feeling judged that I do not have a better

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Love, Not Hate

It seems that everywhere I look there are people that are going out of their way to annoy me! People who insist on driving at

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Columnists
Molly

Chin Up!

Last week I spent some time in south Florida. To relax and    unwind I disconnected from my material world and meandered on the beach.

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Life
Emma King

Catholic Canines

It’s a very long story, but suffice it to say, my husband and I are planning to bring home a dog at the end of

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Columnists
Chelsea Houghton

Desperately Seeking Community

Disclaimer: This piece is written in the style of a senior demon, Screwtape, to his nephew a junior demon, Wormwood. This is based on C.S.

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Career
Kelly Shircliff Williams

Science vs. Religion? Part I of II

You know the symbol: the ancient Christian fish that’s sprouted legs and bears the name Darwin. There’s a car down the street from me that

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Relationships
Bernard Toutounji

Are We All Sexual Perverts?

Recently the Sydney Opera House in Australia hosted the Festival of Dangerous Ideas which brings together a host of speakers on a variety of controversial topics. Not

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Books
Fabiola Garza

Weigel’s Witness to Hope

I had the privilege of seeing George Weigel, Pope John Paul II’s personal biographer not long after the Polish Pope was beatified. I’ve spent the

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Family
Rachel Zamarron

Why We Need Work

Last week  The Daily Caller broke the news feature about the Labor Department attempting  to ban farm chores. When I alerted my dad who is a life-long

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Columnists
Julie Machado

Femininity and Nurturing

There is this emotion that every now and then swells up in me and the only word I can think of to describe it is

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