Abigail C. Reimel

Someone, Please, Like Me…

“Stockholm syndrome, individuals’ desperate attempts to become like their captors.  On a lesser scale it was why good German citizens followed Hitler, Ryan said.  Or

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Seth Evangelho

If Saints Were Superheroes

I am a product of our culture. Like it or not, I find myself not only impressed but also convicted by “new expressions” of faith

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Chelsea Houghton

Witnessing to the World

With the call to the new evangelisation, how do we pass on the faith in today’s world? In his 2014 Message for World Communications Day,

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Merry Digital Christmas

As the day of Christ’s birth hurtles towards us, it is definitely easy to get caught up in the spin of things. Retailers, desperate to

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Bethanie Ryan

Hidden Light in Syria

The Syrian Civil War has all but disappeared from our news as the American attention-span ran out. We are now more concerned about our healthcare

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Too Many Photos, Too Few Memories

In 2014 it is estimated that 1.5 billion smartphone cameras will take nearly one trillion photos – that’s hundreds of thousands of photos every minute

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God Loves You: Nobody Cares

Disclaimer: This article is going to sound cynical. It might even sound anti-Christian. Please stick with it. There is a point. I am sarcastic and

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Chelsea Houghton

The Importance of Life Media

One of the downsides of being pro-life in 2013 is the negative stereotyping. Being”pro-choice” is so normalized and they seem to have the popular debate

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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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New Media
Anabelle Hazard, Esq.

Some Basic Combox Decency Guidelines

I have a love/hate relationship with the comment box.  On my blog where it’s moderated and readers are spiritually mature and have attended Combox-Finnishing school,

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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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