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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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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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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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
Guest Writer

Discernment

Guest post by Meg Hunter-Kilmer. 10 years ago I entered the convent. I quit my job, said goodbye to everyone I loved, and gave away

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Columnists
Kat Larson

Do You Believe?

“Do you believe that I can do this?” Jesus asked the two blind men who came to Him pleading to Him to restore their sight.

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Jobs
Guest Writer

On Donations to Restore Notre Dame

Guest post by Estella Young, Lay Dominican, Singapore. I’m hearing complaints about the one billion Euros raised to restore the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris,

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Columnists
Kat Larson

I Can’t

I have fallen into a very negative mood lately and it has separated me from God. It is amazing how quickly and how easily Satan

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Career
Kat Larson

Duc in Altum

I am getting tired of this never-ending job search. I am also getting tired of constantly feeling judged that I do not have a better

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Columnists
Jean Elizabeth Seah

The Joy and Dignity of Work

No man is born into the world whose work is not born with him. – James Russell Lowell, poet Ultimately, we all have to decide

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Career
Erin Cain

Ora et Labora

St. Benedict gives us a remarkable example of discipline. His simple motto, Ora et labora—pray and work—is still relevant to our own lives, so many centuries

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Career
Jean Elizabeth Seah

Telos: For This I Was Made

I once read an article where the author questioned the social convention of introducing people by their name and occupation. She pointed out that it

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Lessons From a Roof

A few months ago, my husband and I agreed to re-do the roof on the outreach and hospitality house we run for the Parish in

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Jobs
Sarah Babbs

In Memoriam

He hated tattoos, my paternal grandfather. He died when I was 11, but I remember a conversation, one of many had during summer visits to

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