Sword and Serpent: A Review

Sword and Serpent: A Review

Written By: Gregory Watson, I recently had the opportunity to read an advance release of Sword and Serpent, a great new Catholic novel written by Dr. Taylor Marshall. (If you have yet to be blessed by Dr. Marshall, I’d encourage you to visit www.taylormarshall.com and...
Should Women Work Outside the Home?

Should Women Work Outside the Home?

Written By: Sarah Gould I’m pretty passionate, when it comes to certain issues.  In my (online) travels I get to read all sorts of articles and posts, but it’s really the off-balance treatises on femininity that get my blood boiling.  I can’t stand writers who think...
Knowing What You Are Not

Knowing What You Are Not

Written By: Patrick Sullivan Sometimes the first step to knowing oneself is figuring out who you are not. And while this kind of self-discovery is not the preferred method of introspection, it can nevertheless teach us something that narrows our search somewhat. It is...
School of Silence

School of Silence

Written By: Naomi Toms “In the silence of the heart, You speak…” – Audrey Assad There isn’t a whole lot of room for silence in our world today. Saturated by a constant stream of information, images, and movies, inundated with a constant demand for availability...
True Greatness

True Greatness

Written By: Gregory Watson “He must grow greater; I must grow less.”–John 3:30 Tomorrow is the feast day of St. Albert the Great, the famous teacher of St. Thomas Aquinas. The Dominican friar was a genius scholar and scientist, and indeed the patron...
Peace Be With You

Peace Be With You

Written By: Patricia Everaert “Peace Be With You.” How many times have I heard that said during the Mass? Dozens of hundreds of times if I only count the times I was really paying attention. Because I’d never given it much thought, I’ve always taken it as a greeting,...
Tradition in Architecture

Tradition in Architecture

Written By: Lawrence Lam “In your benevolence you are pleased to dwell in this house of prayer in order to perfect us as the temple of the Holy Spirit” – Roman Missal, this Sunday’s Preface This Sunday’s feast is another one of those feast days that commemorate...
Running Through Hell

Running Through Hell

Written By: Patrick Sullivan There is a quote I heard recently from Winston Churchill that basically says, “if you are running through hell, keep going.” And while I can enjoy the poetry of the words, it is terribly difficult for me not to stand up in the...
Constant Conversion

Constant Conversion

Written By: Naomi Toms It’s always the same old story. It begins with a cry of the heart, a turning back to God. Fervent resolutions, sorrow for past sins, repentance. A new way of life! No more neglecting the spiritual life, no more ignoring God. No more...

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