Religion
Colin Gormley

The Happy Warrior

The famous author G. K. Chesterton earned my admiration after reading the Everlasting Man. His sharp wit and borderline whimsical style serve a unique style

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Columnists
Colin Gormley

Is Dialogue Impossible Now?

I am taking a break this month from my video game apologia to address a real problem I’m seeing in modern discussion about anything controversial.

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Entertainment
Colin Gormley

The New New Media Part 2

In my last article on the subject of video games and the New Evangelization I briefly went into my own passion for games and how

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Entertainment
Colin Gormley

The New New Media

I have a bit of a confession to make before I begin. This article is arguably entirely self serving, so take what I state with

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Jobs
Colin Gormley

Post-Election Anxiety?

One of the rather frequent conversation topics I’ve participated in has to do with dealing with anxiety about the future.  In particular I’ve talked with

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Politics
Colin Gormley

Politictitus

Picture H/T Mark Shea Who here is sick of politics?  Can I see a show of hands?  Unanimous?  I thought so. One of the nice

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Columnists
Colin Gormley

Koreaca Television

So here I am struggling to come up with a topic for my post yet again.  The Paul Ryan VP pick?  Gay “marriage”?  A plea

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Married Life
Colin Gormley

We are products of our culture

I remember sitting with my close friend “Ken” late one evening.  He was fairly depressed because he had broken up with his girlfriend (who was

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Columnists
Colin Gormley

What is good?

Time for a bit of amateur theology/philosophy.  As a disclaimer, my presentation is based on my own informal learning.  So those with actual study credentials

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Columnists
Colin Gormley

Communication is a discipline

Like a bird flying toward a window I approach my deadline.  So here goes.  My apologies to anyone who sustains injury after reading this post.

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Books
Colin Gormley

Sons of Cain: Review

Reviewing Sons of Cain by Val Bianco, much like reading the book itself, is a challenging task for me.  When it hits its stride, Sons

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Mercy and Killing
Colin Gormley

On the subject of Mercy Killing

It should be noted to our readers that the subject of mercy killing was the instigation of the “Mercy and Killing” symposium here at IGNITUM

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Columnists
Colin Gormley

Good and Evil: Analysis

I remember a story I had heard at a retreat I attended some years ago.  The speaker recounted an episode in her life that changed

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Columnists
Colin Gormley

A personal defense of celibacy

I had debated about writing this post for a couple of reasons.  Partly because part of what I’m going to write about is personal, and

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Mary
Colin Gormley

The Immaculate Conception

Today we celebrate the Immaculate Conception of Mary.  This, for visitors who are unaware of the finer points of Catholic Mariology, is the celebration of

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Spirituality
Colin Gormley

Dialouge with the Known Unknown

It was late one evening and I was walking around the perimeter of campus.  I had done this often before because I would need to run

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Married Life
Colin Gormley

To the single folks

Having been married only two years the joys and struggles of single life are still fresh in my mind.  Looking back it amazes me how

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