Columnists
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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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
Birgit Jones

Shout Your Motherhood

Another Mother’s Day is upon us and with it come innumerable emotions. At the forefront, of course, is the beauty and blessing of cooperating with

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Dating
Guest Writer

Modesty: In Dress & In Life

Guest post by K. C. Thomas, Mumbai, India. What is modesty? When and how did it originate? The dictionary says that modesty is caring not

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Life
Nicholas Lye

Discernment Without Labels

Recently, I realise how traditional categories of “vocation”, or “states of life”, can sometimes be a distraction or hindrance to discerning one’s vocation in life.

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Family
Guest Writer

The Radical Ideal of Marriage

Guest post by Mark & Ursula (Tink) Boyd, Chaircouple, Australian Catholic Marriage & Family Council. Jesus knows that we live in a fallen world and

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Columnists
Nathalie Fernandez

Pain & Prayer

So today it hit me so hard (like a tonne of bricks!) that I might be single for the rest of my life. Spouseless and

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Married Life
Nathalie Fernandez

The Sanctifying Cross of Marriage

Mark 10:1-12 In this Gospel passage, Jesus talks about Divorce. Growing up I never thought much about the sacredness of married life. My family was

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Family
Noel Ethan Tan

Divorce

James 5:7-12, Psalm 103, Mark 10:1-12 The Gospel on 24 May teaches a Hard Truth about Divorce. I’m going to spell it out because I

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Life
Ryan Kraeger

Witness to Love

A few years ago I had the opportunity to give a talk at John Paul the Great Academy in Lafayette, Louisiana. While I was there

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Columnists
Rebekah Andrews

Not the man of my dreams

It is a gift to grow up in a happy, healthy marriage. By the time I truly started to pay attention to how my parents

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Family
Rebekah Andrews

Of Mountains and Molehills

One of my favorite throwaway phrases is “first world problems.” It never fails to make me laugh. Whether it’s my sister and a friend complaining

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Dating
Jean Elizabeth Seah

Identity in Relationship

Call it a clan, call it a network, call it a tribe, call it a family. Whatever you call it, whoever you are, you need

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Family
Guest Writer

Mary-ing Our Marthas

I was at a high school soccer game recently. I didn’t know the girls playing, but my second daughter was collecting the balls hit out

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