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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Family
Guest Writer

On Blackouts

Guest post by Gerard M. Nadal. Something strange and beautiful is happening in the Church amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. A reawakening to intimacy is occurring.

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Mary
Guest Writer

The Army of the Rosary

Guest post by Maryse Usher, Melbourne, Australia. Yesterday afternoon I had to do an assignment for the parish priest, and missed out on most of

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Columnists
Kat Larson

My Roommate

The last two weeks of my life have been a whirlwind. God somehow managed to pack so much into them, I find it hard to

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Columnists
Fr. Joseph Gill

Plugged-In

Imagine if you were to go home tonight and you go to switch on your favorite lamp, but nothing happens. So you replace the light

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Life
Guest Writer

Pray About the News

Guest post by Fr. Scott Brossart, SOLT Don’t read the news for curiosity’s sake. Rather, think of it as a means of an intercessory ministry.

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Columnists
Kat Larson

Consecration Day

My life is no longer my own. For the past 33 days, I made the commitment to consecrate myself to Jesus through Mary’s intercession. This

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Columnists
Kat Larson

Be Brave

Over the course of the past month, I have embarked on an intense spiritual retreat. I have often written about how the Lord has blessed

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Prayer
Guest Writer

Knitting in Adoration

Guest post by Katrina Fernandez, aka The Crescat. When I last went to Adoration, there was this adorable little old lady there knitting. After awhile,

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Apologetics
Birgit Jones

Why Do Catholics Pray to Mary?

All Christians agree with the practice of praying the Our Father. However, the honor given to Mary by faithful Catholics is often mistaken for worship.

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Columnists
Noel Ethan Tan

Are We Right to be Angry?

The Lord replied, ‘Are you right to be angry?’ ~ Jonah 4:4 This question posed by the Lord to Jonah resounds through the centuries to

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Columnists
Noel Ethan Tan

Children of God

Christ has allowed us to become children of God. Compare the timidity and self-abnegation of Abraham’s prayer with the confidence which Christ teaches us in

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Columnists
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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Columnists
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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Columnists
Kat Larson

Impossible

About ten days ago, the Lord led me to the adoration chapel at my local church. It was late in the evening, and I was

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