Tuesdays With Mary

Tuesdays With Mary

Written By: Amber Miller I have recently been engrossed in a book called “Tuesdays with Morrie” by Mitch Albom. In this novel, Mitch writes about the final lessons he learned from his dying professor’s bedside. They cover a range of topics such as death, fear, family...
Thanksgiving: The Outsider’s Arrival

Thanksgiving: The Outsider’s Arrival

Written By: Lawrence Lam This is the weekend of American Thanksgiving. This is a secular holiday where Americans come together in the spirit of the pilgrims who fled Europe for a freer life. Notwithstanding the complicated relationship that ensues with our First...
Enthroning Christ As King

Enthroning Christ As King

Written By: Sarah Gould For almost 20 years now I’ve had a weekly adoration hour.  Since my late teens I have made a point of finding a nearby chapel and scheduling at least one hour of Eucharistic adoration – with a few exceptions here and there. A couple of years...
The King of All Possible Universes

The King of All Possible Universes

Written By: Gregory Watson “These shall fight with the Lamb, and the Lamb shall overcome them, because he is Lord of lords, and King of kings, and they that are with him are called, and elect, and faithful.” —Revelation 17:14 I find it amusing sometimes, the lengths...
Dissecting the Good News

Dissecting the Good News

(The following is an entry from Patrick Sullivan’s soon to be released book, The Tapeworm Appointment, where a demon named Tapeworm endeavours to teach lesser demons how to counteract the new evangelization.) My dear pupils, Over time I have come to see that there may...
The World We Wake Up To

The World We Wake Up To

Written By: Lawrence Lam There’s a lot of shock this morning as the world wakes up to the unlikely razor-thin results of the United States elections. No matter what the result the president-elect would have been one who half the country actively hated (this was a long...
Created or the Creator?

Created or the Creator?

Written By: Sarah Gould There once was a kid named Billy, our priest explained at mass this morning, who was obsessed with the game of tennis.  Billy spent hours practicing, 8 hours a day sometimes.  When he got to high school, Billy was focusing so much on tennis,...
What We Take With Us

What We Take With Us

Written By: Amber Miller You have likely heard the expression “you can’t take it with you,” in reference to material goods that are no good to us when we die. Likewise, the experiences that we invest in while we are alive can be just as useless, if we choose to spend...

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