Fighting Fear

Fighting Fear

Written by: Gregory Watson “Fairytales don’t tell children that dragons exist; children already know that dragons exist. Fairytales tell children that dragons can be killed.” ― G.K. Chesterton. Tomorrow night is Halloween, and all week on Facebook I’ve...
The Distortion of Gluttony

The Distortion of Gluttony

Written by: Lawrence Lam This reflection comes off the heels of an expensive week checking out different restaurants’ prix fixe menus as part of Seattle Restaurant Week. Like a lot of people in my stage of life, I often get labelled a “foodie” – my interest in...
Why Life Sucks Sometimes

Why Life Sucks Sometimes

Written by: Gregory Watson Rid yourselves, then, of all spite, deceit, hypocrisy, envy and carping criticism. Like new-born babies all your longing should be for milk – the unadulterated spiritual milk – which will help you to grow up to salvation, at any rate if you...
Rules of Charity

Rules of Charity

Written by: Lawrence Lam Okay apologist, so you want to go out there and engage people – discuss, dialogue and debate. I think the number one pitfall of zealotry is losing sight of the end goal – trying to win an argument instead of trying to bring souls...
XXVII Sunday of Ordinary Time

XXVII Sunday of Ordinary Time

Written By: Fr. Michael Simoes Homily: XXVII Sunday of Ordinary Time One year on St. Patrick’s Day, I believe it was my second year in the seminary, 4 of us seminarians went to a restaurant to have a meal together. It was one of those odd days in the seminary schedule...
On Suffering

On Suffering

Written by: Patrick Sullivan Many people suffer in silence. Sometimes these people suffer quietly because they feel ashamed of the event that caused them to suffer. Some people blame themselves. Some people just think that if they never tell anyone about their...

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