Living your questions

Living your questions

Written by: Lawrence Lam I attended a series of Catholic Young Adult talks last Summer where the organizers chose speakers that I wouldn’t exactly call pillars of orthodoxy. The last speaker in the series talked about “living your questions”, which on its face could...
Our Story Addiction

Our Story Addiction

Written by: Naomi Toms It happens to the best of us, I think.  That urge to watch (or re-watch) an epic movie or TV series, or to read (or re-read) a great story.  And the next morning, we rise from our beds either sleep deprived or having slept in way too late and...
Dirty Beggars and Children of God

Dirty Beggars and Children of God

Written By: Fr. Michael Simoes I am not much of a Thomistic Scholar. I did not study philosophy at the oratory nor do I dare enter into the Sunday discussions on questions from the Summa in the “Dumb Oxs” group. However, one Thomistic principle that has helped me in...
The “Like” Culture

The “Like” Culture

Written by: Mike McCann This past week, Facebook turned 10 years old, and in celebration they released a video for each person to highlight their most memorable moments from previous years. They did highlight some beautiful memories, and reminded me of many good times...
Spiritual Direction for Children

Spiritual Direction for Children

Written by: Patrick Sullivan The spiritual direction we receive comes early in our lives. And our parents, aware of it or not, contribute to our spiritual growth in ways far more practical than many a book may do later on. In fact, I would go so far as to say that...

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