Religion
Guest Writer

Lessons from Monks for Men

By Harry Scherer, a writer at Clarifying Catholicism. Recently, I experienced the joy of joining eleven other young men from around the country for the

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Prayer
Guest Writer

The Novena Story

By Madeleine Sanders, a writer at Clarifying Catholicism. St. Thérèse of Lisieux once said, “When I die, I will send down a shower of roses

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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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Columnists
Fr. Joseph Gill

Your Will Be Done

St. Dominic Savio once met a new boy who joined his school. This new boy seemed to be sickly — he was weak, pale, coughing,

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Sacraments
Guest Writer

The Privilege of Boredom

Guest post by Rachel Fiore. Several months ago, I sat in the pews for 8 AM daily Mass. It was becoming routine for me to

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Health & Fitness
Guest Writer

Coronavirus & the Crown of Thorns

Guest post by Fr. Gerald Musa. As coronavirus spreads, there is acute distress and anxiety around the world. I hear many people with questions such

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Spirituality
Guest Writer

Growing on the Inside

Guest post by Thomas Tan. In the first year of the Spanish Civil War, Saint Josemaría continued to carry out a wide-ranging but clandestine pastoral

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Religion
Katherine Hugo

The Charisms of St Francis

Saint Francis of Assisi founded the Franciscan order around the turn of the thirteenth century in Italy as part of the vita apostolica, the apostolic

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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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Columnists
Fr. Joseph Gill

The Transformation of a Soul

The gift of being human means that we can change direction in our lives. Perhaps we’re heading down one path, and then something comes and

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Religion
Steve Kellmeyer

Rejoice, Jerusalem!

Many Catholics have been unhappy with various bishops. The bishops have suspended public Masses, restricted access to the Eucharist, made it very difficult to go

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Life
Guest Writer

True Freedom

Guest post by Br. Joseph Selinger, OP. Freedom does not come from the ability to move about, to go where one pleases, and determine our

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Columnists
Kat Larson

What is Wrong With the World?

In the early twentieth century, a popular publication asked the question: “What is wrong with the world?” The question received several different responses, but the

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Columnists
Erin Cain

Blossom Like the Lily

A few weeks ago, while in prayer, I found myself reflecting on the word “bloom” and wondered what God might be trying to reveal to

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Health & Fitness
Guest Writer

A word in defense of the bishops

Guest post by Gerard M. Nadal. The most difficult thing to imagine is churches with no daily or Sunday Masses. No sacraments. The recent shutterings

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