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Fr. Joseph Gill

Changed, Not Ended

“For a Christian, life is changed, not ended.” This beautiful prayer is recited in every Funeral Mass to help us keep our mind on the

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Religion
Guest Writer

The Theological Importance of Humor

Guest post by Dr. Matthew Tan. Recently, the Sydney community of the Order of Preachers, more commonly known as the Dominicans, organized an Aquinas Symposium.

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Apologetics
Noel Ethan Tan

Doubting Thomas

Every Christian knows the account of ‘Doubting Thomas’ in today’s Gospel. But do you really believe that it was by chance St. Thomas was absent,

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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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Bioethics
Fr. Joseph Gill

What is Love?

Recently after I posted about how it is a struggle to find common ground with people who have vastly different worldviews, someone posted a comment

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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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Fr. Joseph Gill

True Freedom

The Church where I serve, the Basilica of Saint John the Evangelist, has the unique honor of having the funeral of a potential saint here.

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Elisabetta Sirani (1638-1665), "Herodias, with head of John the Baptist"
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Noel Ethan Tan

Warped

Jeremiah 26:11-24, Psalm 69, Matthew 14:1-12 Prompted by her mother, she said, “Give me the head of John the Baptist here on a platter.” (Mt

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Apologetics
Noel Ethan Tan

Corpus Christi

Exodus 24:3-8, Psalm 116, Hebrews 9:11-15, Mark 14:12-26 Protestants disagree with Catholics that Holy Communion once consecrated by an ordained priest is the REAL substantial

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Nicholas Lye

Ordinary

Over the past couple of days, nothing ‘spectacular’ seemed to be happening, or so I thought. Such ‘non-activity’ left me feeling restless and uneasy. I

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Birgit Jones

7 Stages of Eucharistic Adoration

Whether we call it Eucharistic Adoration or Holy Hour, the time we spend with the Eucharistic Lord in Adoration offers many graces. Often, however, it

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Erin Cain

Love One Another

Jesus said to his disciples: “This is my commandment: love one another as I love you. No one has greater love than this, to lay

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Fr. Joseph Gill

The Father Wound

It has become popular in some Christian circles to speak of one’s “father wound” — acknowledging that pretty much everyone was screwed up by their

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Nicholas Lye

Avengers Assemble!

During our lectures on Liturgy and Worship, the speaker pointed out the difference between a gathering and an assembly: A GATHERING can be a group

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