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Kat Larson

Home Is Where the Heart Is

I visited my parents this weekend. This was the first time I saw their new house in their new city. To my surprise, I was

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Kat Larson

“B” is for Benny

I am currently doing my best to let go control over my life and allow the Holy Spirit to guide me. This is not as

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Noel Ethan Tan

Blaming God

Many people get angry at God when things go wrong in their lives. “God, how could you let this happen? I thought you were a

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Kat Larson

That’s the Way It Is

When you want it the most There’s no easy way out When you’re ready to go And your heart’s left in doubt Don’t give up

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Bioethics
Fr. Joseph Gill

Human Nature

Recently in an interview Cardinal Sarah said, “The West refuses to receive, and will accept only what it constructs for itself. Because it is a

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Career
Kat Larson

Let My People Go

“Then the LORD said to Moses, “Go to Pharaoh and speak to him, ‘Thus says the LORD, the God of the Hebrews, “Let My people

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Fr. Joseph Gill

Environmental Influences

St. Padre Pio said, “The devil is like a mad dog tied by a chain. Beyond the length of the chain, he cannot catch hold

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Erin Cain

Treasure in Heaven

Jesus said to his disciples: “Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and decay destroy, and thieves break in and steal.

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Noel Ethan Tan

Walking on Water

When Christ walked on water, it must have truly been both a baffling and amazing sight for the apostles. I am sure both fear and

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Fr. Joseph Gill

Bear One Another’s Burdens

At one particular Catholic school where I taught, one day I was walking through the school when I saw one of the fifth-grade boys with

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Kat Larson

A Million Dreams

My job requires a great deal of data entry and monotonous paper filing. These tasks can get very lonely, and there are hours during the

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Life
Guest Writer

Constant Vigilance

Guest post by Fr. Christopher Pietraszko. I’ve witnessed the most holy, orthodox Catholics have their minds warped by temptation and darkness, where they have fallen

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Fr. Joseph Gill

Changed, Not Ended

“For a Christian, life is changed, not ended.” This beautiful prayer is recited in every Funeral Mass to help us keep our mind on the

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Kat Larson

The Father’s Blessing

God has been hard at work healing numerous deep wounds that had developed and festered within me since childhood. This current period of healing has

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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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Bioethics
Fr. Joseph Gill

What is Love?

Recently after I posted about how it is a struggle to find common ground with people who have vastly different worldviews, someone posted a comment

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Columnists
Kat Larson

A Friend

Last year, when I was living in New York and working at a truly horrible job, God graced me with several blessings in order to

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Columnists
Fr. Joseph Gill

True Freedom

The Church where I serve, the Basilica of Saint John the Evangelist, has the unique honor of having the funeral of a potential saint here.

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Nicholas Lye

Ordinary

Over the past couple of days, nothing ‘spectacular’ seemed to be happening, or so I thought. Such ‘non-activity’ left me feeling restless and uneasy. I

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Bioethics
Fr. Joseph Gill

Worlds Apart

Lots of hot-button issues in the news these days — abortion debates, #LGBTPride month, and much more. Why can we not find common ground with

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