Columnists
Nicene Guy

Temptation and Lenten Penance

During the Lenten season, we seek to turn back from sin and to God. Each of the practices of Lent—prayer, fasting, and almsgiving—helps us to

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Columnists
Larabeth Miller

Understanding Our Dustiness

You are dust and to dust, you shall return. Each time I hear this phrase at Ash Wednesday, I think of a little prayer that

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Columnists
Jean Elizabeth Seah

100% for God

But because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold, nor hot, I will begin to vomit thee out of my mouth. —Apocalypse 3:16 When Herod heard

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Angelica Kauffman, Christus und die Samariterin am Brunnen (1796)
Columnists
Jean Elizabeth Seah

Water

God is closer to us than water is to a fish. – St. Catherine of Siena Water is weird. Have you ever had that thought?

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Columnists
Jean Elizabeth Seah

Being in Relationship with God

An Anglican friend told me that she does not bother to cultivate deep friendships with non-Christians—although she certainly treats them civilly and shares the Gospel

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Life
Lauren Meyers

Rogue One: An Advent Story

If you are a Star Wars fan, you have likely felt either excitement or apprehension when considering the release of “Rogue One”. This is uncharted

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A Christmas Carol
Life
Thomas Clements

A Christmas Carol & Detachment

I recently attended a live performance of the Dickens classic, A Christmas Carol. The cast did an excellent job portraying the well-known tale in a new

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Life
Erin Cain

The Economy of Mercy

If your brother sins, rebuke him; and if he repents, forgive him. And if he wrongs you seven times in one day and returns to

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Msgr Georges Lemaître
Apologetics
Thomas Clements

A Scientific Approach to God

It is said that the most popular theory for the beginning of time and space is the Big Bang. This is the theory which states

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Career
Erin Cain

Ora et Labora

St. Benedict gives us a remarkable example of discipline. His simple motto, Ora et labora—pray and work—is still relevant to our own lives, so many centuries

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