Religion
Kat Larson

Silence

After eight long weeks, I was finally able to re-enter a church for Sunday Mass. The restrictions imposed by the pandemic that has plagued our

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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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Prayer
Fr. Gerald Musa

Personal and Communal Prayer

We relate to God through prayers, and these prayers can be personal or communal. A typical example of personal prayer is found in the Gospel

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Feasts
Erin Cain

Until the End of the Age

Yesterday, on the Solemnity of the Ascension, we celebrated Jesus’s rising into Heaven. Whenever I reflect upon this mystery, while I know it’s supposed to

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Prayer
Guest Writer

Stop Praying Like You Mean It

Guest post by Dr. Matthew Tan. As a teen, I remember regularly watching the TV series Judging Amy (1999-2005). I also vividly remember one episode

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Prayer
Kat Larson

Praying Deeper

It is officially May, and I have been in a state of isolation for over a month due to the pandemic. In the past week,

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Religion
Fr. Joseph Gill

Are We In “The End”?

Are we in the “end times”? That is a question that has been asked in every age. But we believe, as Christians, that human history

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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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Prayer
Fr. Joseph Gill

Prayer Changes Us

When I was a senior in college, I had some free time in my schedule, so for a year I volunteered at a local soup

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Prayer
Jean Elizabeth Seah

The Faith of a Madwoman

Sometimes I have wondered what God’s purpose is for people suffering severe mental afflictions, in particular those who, because of their mental illness, lead very

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Religion
Noel Ethan Tan

Absurdity

Acts 9, Psalm 117, John 6 There was an interesting thematic link between the two readings last Friday. Acts tells of the famous conversion of

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Prayer
Anja Renkes

Listen to the monks

“Beloved: Clothe yourselves with humility in your dealings with one another, for: God opposes the proud but bestows favor on the humble. So humble yourselves

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Apologetics
Nick Jones

On Freedom

I’d like to think that I have a pretty easy time accepting what the Church teaches. My go-to answer whenever I don’t know how to

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Religion
Fr. Gerald Musa

Genuine and False Shepherds

4th Sunday of Easter/Good Shepherd Sunday/Year A, John 10:1-10 Pastor is a Latin word, which means shepherd, and Bonus Pastor is Good Shepherd. A shepherd

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Religion
Fr. Joseph Gill

A Sheep in American Clothing

Today is often called “Good Shepherd Sunday”, for the Gospel reflects Jesus’ pastoral title of Good Shepherd. But if Jesus is the Shepherd, that means

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Columnists
Noel Ethan Tan

Truth & Lies

St. Athanasius, pray for us! Just like St. Peter in Acts, St. Athanasius was a Saint who was caught in fierce theological battle with his

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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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