Columnists
Fr. Joseph Gill

The Daily Sacrifice

In the Old Testament, the Jews had a powerful and beautiful way to worship — daily sacrifices in the Temple. Following God’s commands, they worshiped

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Scripture
Guest Writer

Now I Can See

Guest post by Fr. Gerald Musa. 4th Sunday of Lent / Samuel 16:1b, 6-7, 10-13a; Ephesians 5:8-14; John 9:1-41 The Gospel of John 9:1-41 contains

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Noel Ethan Tan

Charity

And the King will answer them, ‘Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brethren, you

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Fr. Joseph Gill

In Good Times and Bad

Jesus gave His disciples the gift of seeing His glory in the Transfiguration so they would not lose faith when He was beaten, bloodied, and

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Noel Ethan Tan

Joy and Suffering

There is both pain and joy in giving birth. In fact, most husbands are shocked at the sight of so much blood. On the other

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Columnists
Fr. Joseph Gill

On Temptation

Temptation. All of us face it daily – but how to we deal with it well? Let’s look at our Scriptures for that answer. First,

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Columnists
Erin Cain

A Heart Contrite and Humbled

My sacrifice, O God, is a contrite spirit; a heart contrite and humbled, O God, you will not spurn. —Psalm 51:19 The disciples of John

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Columnists
Erin Cain

Slow and Steady

He said, “To what shall we compare the Kingdom of God, or what parable can we use for it? It is like a mustard seed

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Noel Ethan Tan

Faith in Stages

Mark’s account of the healing of the blind man (Mark 8:22-25) is unique in a sense that he was healed in stages. It was from

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Columnists
Fr. Joseph Gill

Forgiveness, Chastity, and Faithfulness

Last Sunday’s Gospel speaks to us of some counter-cultural themes: forgiveness, chastity, faithfulness. Let’s look at some of these themes. First, forgiveness. This is a

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Columnists
Noel Ethan Tan

Blessed Are Those Who Mourn

Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted! ~ Matthew 5:4 There are two kinds of mourning. The first is the kind that

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Columnists
Noel Ethan Tan

Faith of Others

And when they could not get near him because of the crowd, they removed the roof above him; and when they had made an opening,

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Religion
Guest Writer

The Centurion

Guest post by Mary Hathaway. Father Michael H. Hull of blessed memory was my pastor at St. Ignatios of Antioch Melkite Catholic Church. He celebrated

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Columnists
Kat Larson

Do You Believe?

“Do you believe that I can do this?” Jesus asked the two blind men who came to Him pleading to Him to restore their sight.

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Erin Cain

The Long Night

And out of gloom and darkness, the eyes of the blind shall see. —Isaiah 29:18 The LORD is my light and my salvation; whom should

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Columnists
Birgit Jones

I Am Both Martha and Mary

The Gospel of Luke tells us of the dilemma faced by Martha and Mary – the choice between daily responsibilities and spiritual nourishment. This ageless

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Columnists
Fr. Joseph Gill

Not Cool to be the King

If Jesus Christ is King of the Universe, why is the world so messed up? Why is it that, despite our best efforts, it seems

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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
Kat Larson

Eternity

Life seems to be speeding up. I especially noticed this acceleration during the past year when I moved to New Jersey from New York City,

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Columnists
Erin Cain

Whom Will I Serve?

But he knew their thoughts and said to them, “Every kingdom divided against itself will be laid waste and house will fall against house. And

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