Books
Devin Rose

Donkey Bells

I’d like to introduce you to a woman who has been inspirational to my wife and I: Servant of God Catherine de Hueck Doherty. My

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The Pink in Advent

This Sunday, the third Sunday of Advent, is one of my favorites in the year.  Gaudete Sunday – Rejoice! For two weeks we have been

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Columnists
Calah Alexander

Believing in Santa

About this time of year, moms in all corners of the blogosphere pull out their boxing gloves and prepare to battle to the death to

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Columnists
Guest Writer

Off the Mountain Top

Often times in the busyness of everyday life there are times when we are called to separate ourselves from those that surround us and experience God like we have never before. From November 17 – 20, 2011 I had the great honor and privilege of taking 28 people from my parish to the National Catholic Youth Conference held in Indianapolis.

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Spirituality
Allie Terrell

When Is Prudence Prudent?

I once heard Father say in a homily that no saint was ever canonized for being prudent. He went on to explain that it is

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Prayer
Elizabeth Hillgrove

Spontaneous Catholics

“I know Catholics aren’t exactly known for being spontaneous…” my priest said to a chorus of laughter. This morning’s Thanksgiving Day Mass took a turn

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Spirituality
Rachel Zamarron

Things to be Thankful For

Over the next few days the vast majority of Americans will celebrate Thanksgiving Day with a special meal and family time. It is always a

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Spirituality
Colin Gormley

Dialouge with the Known Unknown

It was late one evening and I was walking around the perimeter of campus.  I had done this often before because I would need to run

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Spirituality
Anna Williams

The language gap

On a visit to the National Gallery of Art in DC the other day, I ended up in the same exhibit room as two middle-aged

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Spirituality
Sr. Lisa Marie

Forgotten Praise

I have forgotten, Lord,  to look at the beauty you’ve given. Just watching the clouds pass is really magnificent! The squirrel tormenting the cat from

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Life
Joseph Koss

The Problem With Pleasure

The problem with pleasure isn’t that it exists. In other words, it isn’t the same thing as the problem of evil. The problem isn’t that pleasure

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Religion
Jared Dale Combista

Barbarian Invasion: Then and Now

It was the 5th century AD when the Western Roman Empire was under siege. Barbarians from Germany and Central Europe were rushing toward various Roman

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Religion
Guest Writer

Confidence and Christians

Guest Post by Derek Caudill Confidence is a virtue that I think deserves to be talked about among Christians. It seems to me that, in

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Virgin Mary Nitelite

Sometimes I find myself struggling to find the balance between the intellect, beauty, and excellence of Catholicism and the monotony, poop, and half-hearted tries of

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