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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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Birgit Jones

A Serving of Humble Pie

Never say never. That’s what they have always said. And how true it is – both in this world and regarding Eternal Life! If you’re

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Nicholas Lye

Finding God in Cooking Pasta

God taught me another lesson during another of my cooking episodes in the monastery. On one of our days off, I decided to make pasta

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Noel Ethan Tan

The Hulk & Peace

There are people who are upset that Hulk never got his rematch with Thanos. While I personally hoped to also see it, Endgame made it

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Fr. Joseph Gill

The Most Important Day

Pope St. John Paul II was once asked what he considered the most important day of his life. How can you pick one when you

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Nicholas Lye

Transformation in God

After a week of day trips to wineries, seal colonies and lighthouses during our Easter break from School, one might imagine these to be the

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Fr. Joseph Gill

God’s Service

This past summer I had the privilege of taking a group of boys and their fathers to Rome for a pilgrimage. One day, after walking

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Noel Ethan Tan

Hawkeye & Revenge

Thanos’ snap caused something in Hawkeye to snap as his family turned to dust. Hawkeye changed from a loving husband and father to a nihilistic

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Nicholas Lye

Born From Above

“Jesus replied: ‘I tell you most solemnly, unless a man is born through water and the Spirit, he cannot enter the kingdom of God: what

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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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Fr. Joseph Gill

Mother Mary at the Resurrection

According to tradition, the first person to see the Risen Christ was not Mary Magdalene. Tradition has it that Jesus appeared first to His mother,

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Erin Cain

A Posture of Humility

This week, I helped facilitate the confession line for a group of middle-schoolers. Many were nervous; several had not gone to confession in years. I

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Kat Larson

Take Away the Sting

On Easter Sunday at Mass, our priest told a story of a little boy who went for a drive with his father. During the drive

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Nicholas Lye

Tea with God

On Holy Saturday, God invited me to have tea with Him out on the lawn of St. Gerard’s Monastery. Sitting there with a cup of

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Noel Ethan Tan

Mystical John 21

John 21 is one of my favorite chapters because it has so much mysticism behind its powerful symbolic references: Simon Peter said to them, “I

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