Columnists
Matthew Tyson

A Confession

I only recently started writing for Ignitum Today, with my first article being published a few weeks ago about standing against moral relativity. You can

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Shaun McAfee

A Biblical Look at Confession

A friend of mind had just learned of my decision to join the Catholic faith. He was nice about it, that is, he didn’t give me

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Mary C. Tillotson

On Condoms and Confession

Many of the pro-abstinence, anti-contraception types (mostly Catholics) will say that the “Don’t have sex, but if you do, use contraception” approach to reducing teen

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Bioethics
J.Q. Tomanek

Confession of a Former Zygote

Election season increases opportunities to practice patience, especially when I stroll through Facebook posts. Recently, I read a quote from a Jon Stewart segment back

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Columnists
Nathan Kennedy

Confessions of a Spiritual Insomniac

I’m a chronic insomniac. There’s a lot to that statement beyond my not being able to sleep at night—insights into my temperament and psychological composition,

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Fr. Joseph Gill

What Must Be Given Up

Last November, you may have read the news story about the new shoe store that opened up in a mall in Los Angeles. It was

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Religion
Guest Writer

Higher Than the Angels

Guest post by Fr. Christopher Pietraszko. For all of those who have a past with sin, or may be struggling with the embarrassment of that

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Jean Elizabeth Seah

You Are Not Your Sin

In a fit of frustration and anguish (due to my own actions, or lack thereof), my husband did something drastic that he had never done

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Birgit Jones

7 Stages of Eucharistic Adoration

Whether we call it Eucharistic Adoration or Holy Hour, the time we spend with the Eucharistic Lord in Adoration offers many graces. Often, however, it

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Columnists
Erin Cain

A Posture of Humility

This week, I helped facilitate the confession line for a group of middle-schoolers. Many were nervous; several had not gone to confession in years. I

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Columnists
Nick Chui

Prodigally Cheap Grace?

The Prodigal son story is not about “cheap grace” or simply “saying sorry”. It is about the cost and damage done to self and others

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Br. John Joseph

‘Nor do I Condemn You’

A Gospel reflection: Jesus and the Woman Caught in Adultery (John 8:1-11) Aware that “the Judeans sought to kill him” (7:1) Jesus nevertheless makes his

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