Christmas Mania

Christmas Mania

Written By: Sarah Gould Do you hear that friends? It’s the ring, ting, tinkling of sleigh bells accosting your ears in the grocery store and at the bank. Seems like October 31st at the stroke of midnight stores ditched the monsters and ghosts and brought out the...
The Forgotten King

The Forgotten King

Written By: Naomi Toms It seems that we’ve forgotten what Kingship means. It does make sense. After all, as a whole, we’ve been steeped in a completely different cultural worldview. We’ve grown up learning, before anything else, the concepts of individualism and...
The Pulpit of the Pub

The Pulpit of the Pub

Written By: Gregory Watson “The slovenliness of our language makes it easier for us to have foolish thoughts.” –George Orwell Last week, Lawrence wrote a beautiful post about St. Dominic in light of the Dominican Order’s 800th anniversary...
A Spirituality of Waiting

A Spirituality of Waiting

Written By: Sarah Gould I waited 10 years from the time I knew I wanted to get married until the day I got married. I’ve been waiting over 10 years to have a child. I’ve been waiting two weeks for a certain package to come in the mail. I’ve been waiting for a month...
800 Years of St. Dominic’s Legacy

800 Years of St. Dominic’s Legacy

Written By: Lawrence Lam The Dominican order kicked off the celebrations of their jubilee this past weekend around the world. Interwoven with the Year of Mercy will the celebration of a man whose destiny was to set the world aflame with Christ’s burning love. The most...
Patrick, Rebuild My Shed

Patrick, Rebuild My Shed

Written By: Patrick Sullivan I have no doubt that I have been called to help evangelize this culture. But as I stand here looking at one of my very old, broken down sheds, I don’t have any illusions either. St. Francis was called in his time to help restore the...
How To Stop Ignoring God

How To Stop Ignoring God

Written By: Naomi Toms In this life, we live in a very foggy world – so to speak. While the less important, more transient things are right in front of us, plain to see, the eternally important things are, most frustratingly, invisible to us. I’ve discussed this...
Prayer “in Medias Res”

Prayer “in Medias Res”

Written By: Amber Miller “So when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree desirable to make one wise, she took of its fruit and ate. She also gave to her husband with her, and he ate.”(Genesis 3:6) The temptation in...
Frater, Momento Mori

Frater, Momento Mori

Written By Sarah Gould Many years ago I spent a few months in Europe on an exchange program – in Austria, to be specific. November 2nd, or All Soul’s Day, is a big deal for much of Western Europe. In fact, it’s something akin to our Thanksgiving.   Many living...

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