By Jonathan Lynch It's funny how when you read the Holy Bible stuff jumps out at you. Around this time last year when I picked up my Bible and flipped it open to the Book of Wisdom, I saw something that looked almost out of place in the surrounding text. It was the eighteenth chapter,... Continue Reading →
By Kayla Johnson Advent is one of my FAVORITE liturgical seasons. There is something so special about preparing our hearts for the coming of Christ. It is a time of hope and peaceful preparation, but Advent can sometimes get lost in the commercialized “Christmas craze.” Here are a few ways I like to celebrate Advent... Continue Reading →
By Jonathan Lynch Greetings, folks. I'd like to just take a brief moment and introduce you to one of my favorite YouTube channels: Pints with Aquinas. It's run by Matt Fradd, formerly of Catholic Answers, which is probably the best apologetics publication/website in the world. (Well, the English speaking world at least. There might be... Continue Reading →
By Jonathan Lynch. Holy Cow! I say it all the time - I mean, it's really a useful expression. It can be inserted into almost any context and still make sense. At least as an expression it's pretty benign. But it does raise an interesting question. Can a cow really be holy?
By Andrew Kreye. “Pray and expect God to speak.” It wasn’t until I heard those words that I really thought about my expectations in prayer.
By Marc Rademaker. Upon a scroll of the media right now, it is apparent that we are all feeling the effects of the turbulence that is this year. When seemingly every social issue is bubbling to the surface and bringing every opinion along, it’s so easy to just jump on that runaway car and add noise to the opinion train. What can simplify this torrent of bad news?