Alone Against the World

By Jonathan Lynch. I have been waiting a long time for his feast day (May 2nd) to come around so I could write this article. His life has all the marks of a crime thriller mixed with an adventure saga and a religious novel: betrayal, manhunts, intrigue, escape, and all the formidable power of his enemies building up into a climactic tower that crumbled at his touch, for in his soul was all the power of a friend of God...

The Blessing of School

By CJ Kallevig I miss school.  Now I know that if you're in middle school or high school, that's a rather weird statement to make. Miss school? That's crazy! But I do. I honestly miss going to school. Here's why: When you are in school/college, it's a lot easier to see your friends. Now that... Continue Reading →

Evangelization in a Nutshell

By Erich Wallace. I have been learning about something really beautiful and how to go about it: our call to evangelization. I’ve had my ideas of what it should look like shattered a little bit, but they are starting to be rebuilt in the best way...

Pro-Life. But Why? (Part 2)

By Erich Wallace. It’s good to be back writing after a long break, and I’m thankful for the responses to my last blog on the pro-life issues! There was a lot of support, but there was also some great dialogue from differing viewpoints...

Is God Real? Is the Bible Credible? Is Jesus Really God?

By Erich Wallace. I hope you’re entering into the new year with renewed joy and passion for life. The Diocese of Superior’s monthly challenge for January is to remain joyful even amidst difficult circumstances, and I just heard a talk by Chris Stefanick from #SEEK2019 about how to keep “The Joy of the Lord” in your life. I have been trying to take these challenges to heart, but I’ve also been encountering the fact that many people are leaving the Catholic Church in our country and missing out on the opportunity to experience this joy...

Catholic Media Weekly: Ramblin’ with Rob

By Isaiah Schick. I decided to feature something a little different today from what I usually do. If you attended Totus Tuus at all last summer, you have a 50% chance of knowing the producer of a recently started radio show called "Ramblin' with Rob" that is broadcast from Franciscan University of Steubenville's station in eastern Ohio...

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