Charity First May 23rd, 2013 Written by: Patricia Everaert I came face to face with myself one day last week. It was one of those moments when I saw something in myself I thought was long gone
The House that Rome Built May 21st, 2013 Written by: Patrick Sullivan Rome was a vast and powerful empire. It was modern both in the sense of industry as well as law, and what it built still lasts albeit as a shadow of its former glory.
Proving the Existence of God: St. Thomas’ Aquinas’ “Five Ways” Examined May 20th, 2013 Introduction: God does not Exist Written by: Gregory Watson Over the course of this week, I’m going to be attempting to explain St
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A Role of the Holy Spirit May 20th, 2013 Written by: Raph Ma In the days leading up to Pentecost this year, one role of the Holy Spirit seems to have come up in prayer more often than others for me, but I can’t quite pin it down to one word.
Babel May 17th, 2013 Written by: Niki Lau I have been listening to the new Mumford album Babel, and I have to say, my favorite song is Whispers in the Dark. It has a perfect combination of love, flawed human condition, yearning for truth and beauty, and God.
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Written by: Mike McCann One of my friends recently shared this beautiful reflection by Catherine Doherty, written in the 1960’s. As a student almost finished my undergraduate degree (and many of my friends having already graduated) I found this to be very inspiring and hopeful
The Time between Ascension and Pentecost: A Reflection on the Holy Spirit May 15th, 2013 Written by: Mike Simoes Monday’s first reading and the homily by the local priest gave me something to think about. In the reading, St.
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March for Life Holds Back Utopia May 13th, 2013 Written by: Patrick Sullivan ‘Death is nature’s remedy for all things, so why not the same for the state?’ Or so Thomas More’s character pondered in the famous book ‘Utopia.’ A man of profound conviction he too would face that remedy as the state in which he lived could find nothing better to do with him. And this now has become the irony of our time; that a word which originally meant ‘no place’ is now sought after and encouraged by chasing and endorsing death.
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Conscience: A measurement of spiritual well being May 10th, 2013 Written by: Lawrence Lam When The Phantom Menace opened in theatres, long time Star Wars fans were outraged that Anakin’s strength of “The Force” was measurable through the instrumentation of “midi-chlorians”. Qui-Gon Jinn took out an instrument and looked at Anakin’s blood cells and concluded that the Force was strong in this one.
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Evangelizing: Some Basic Principles May 7th, 2013 Written by: Patrick Sullivan It has been said that many love God but few love His will. And His will for you as an evangelist is to go to the people that the Lord sends to you.
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The Weight of Prayer May 3rd, 2013 Written by: Mark Gamez Now that winter has fully gone and the spring flowers are beginning to come out from the ground, I thought that now would be the best time to do some chores and garden work outside.
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“Why this waste?” – Matthew 26:9 May 2nd, 2013 Written by: Raph Ma One of the most common questions I get from my non-Catholic friends and acquaintances when they find out that I’m a seminarian is: “So, does that mean you can’t get married?” At first I found it awkward to explain, but now when I answer them, I try to show them that celibacy is not simply a negation, somehow imposed on me from the outside, but a positive response made from within.
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Looking in the Mirror April 29th, 2013 Written by: Mark Gamez I was brushing my hair in front of the mirror when it hit me; this is a ritual that I do every day at a certain time. I get up, take a shower, brush my teeth and then brush my hair.