Family
Kat Larson

Celebration of Life

My grandfather died in May. I have experienced the loss of several loved ones throughout my life; I should be able to accept death. The

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Health & Fitness
Jean Elizabeth Seah

An Easter Miracle

At the start of Holy Week, the alarming news came from Singapore — my mother was suffering a stroke, after miraculously surviving a five-day brain

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Family
Fr. Joseph Gill

Not of This World

G.K. Chesterton once said, “When you choose anything, you reject everything else.” There are certain choices that are all-or-nothing. When John decides to marry Suzie,

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Married Life
Br. John Joseph

Mary – Mother, Sister and Midwife

This article focuses on the vocation of motherhood and womanhood (looking also at fatherhood and manhood), in light of Mary’s role as Mother, Sister and

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Career
Kat Larson

Work of Faith

This past week focused my attention on several new realities it’s difficult for me to admit. When my company first temporarily shut down, the concept

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Career
Fr. Joseph Gill

The Dignity of Work

Recently some politicians and even some religious leaders have floated the idea of a “Universal Basic Income” (UBI) — a monthly check that one would

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Career
Fr. Gerald Musa

7 Points for Workers’ Day

Despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, we celebrate all workers in public and private sectors. We celebrate in a special way workers who are on the

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Men's Issues
Guest Writer

Masculinity

By Marcus Leong, a writer at Clarifying Catholicism. In my first semester in the United States after coming from Malaysia, I remember realizing how I

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Health & Fitness
Fr. Joseph Gill

“God Did Not Do This”

You may have caught some of the news conferences from Governor Andrew Cuomo, who serves in New York. Recently he made a comment about the

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Money & Finance
Guest Writer

The Cry of the Rich

By Luke Parker, a writer at Clarifying Catholicism. How often do we hear some spiteful comment about the wealthy? In an era where socialist ideas

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Columnists
Kat Larson

Broken

I feel as though I should start dating these blogs the way the captains on starships dated their logs on classic episodes of “Star Trek.”

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Bioethics
Fr. Joseph Gill

The Ethics of the Quarantine

Recently I have seen several people posting thoughts that essentially say, “If you question the quarantine, you’re not pro-life.” But let’s look at this from

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Health & Fitness
Steve Kellmeyer

Saints vs the Plague

Just a century ago, plague was common. Smallpox, malaria, measles, whooping cough, polio, plagues raged, they ravaged, they subsided. Plagues came in waves, years or

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Columnists
Kat Larson

Desperation

Last Sunday, my priest proclaimed in his homily: “Faith is where desperation meets Jesus Christ.” These words entered my soul and took hold. As this

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Health & Fitness
Fr. Gerald Musa

Coronavirus & the Crown of Thorns

As coronavirus spreads, there is acute distress and anxiety around the world. I hear many people with questions such as, “Where is God in this

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Columnists
Fr. Joseph Gill

Fools for Christ

As the secular world celebrates April Fool’s Day, we consider that God has often asked people to be fools for Him. For example, the prophet

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