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Calah Alexander

Mercy

Recently, our house has been ringing with the wails of a 3-year-old girl. Morning, afternoon, and evening, Charlotte can usually be found sitting in a

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God, Teacher

Last week, I started up a semester-long job to go with my research responsibilities: I am teaching a class. This is the opportunity I have

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Jared Dale Combista

The World Ends With You

A lot of you may have read Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov, which is the author’s last and greatest novel, and you may have found

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Guest Writer

Pope John Paul II

By Elaine Golden (who says “dwawing”) Check out her beautiful work here, Drawing the Line. Chesterson, Assad, “The Child Jesus” and “Mary teaching Jesus how

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Guest Writer

Leadership PPK

Guest Post by Jared Tomanek After reading many articles, researching tons of studies, preparing case studies, and attending more than my fair share of grad

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Chelsea Zimmerman

A Generation Lucky to Be Alive

Today, hundreds of thousands of pro-life people are gathered in Washington D.C. for the annual March for Life, commemorating the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade,

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Expecting…

It’s been 3 months and 2 weeks since Cristina and I got married…..and the day has yet to come when I don’t wake up thanking

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Ask Thugfang: Vocations

His Right Dishonourable Loathsomeness, Master Thugfang, is a demon of great infamy among academic circles. He is a frequent columnist for “Tempter’s Times”, an assistant

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Pretty Mary

I drew this illustration for a friend who gave a talk on Mary. Enjoy! ~ Fabiola draws and writes @ Catholic Colors

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Ink and Quill

Divertissement and Distraction

Weariness.–Nothing is so insufferable to man as to be completely at rest, without passions, without business, without diversion, without study. He then feels his nothingness,

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Jennifer Mazzara

The Cookie Monster

As usual, a great and heated debate has cropped up over what appears to be a pretty innocent situation.  A little girl in a funky

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Kayla Peterson

To Trust in God

When I was a child, this was my favorite song from Vacation Bible Study.  I loved the hand gestures, the upbeat attitude, and the simpleness.

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Anna Williams

God’s will for you

In keeping with my tradition of quoting other people in order to come up with a blog post, I want to discuss a piece someone

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