Goodbye

By CJ Kallevig. There are many types of goodbyes in our lives. There are those of people that move away, friends that drift, betrayals, deaths, and then there are those goodbyes that happen without us even noticing...

I Need to Vent

By Marc Rademaker. We have all come home after a long day and have said this phrase. Whatever worked us up like this, we think, is so frustrating and important that we need to share it with someone else...

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...

Join Me On My Journey

By Haley Arndt. I AM MOVING TO NEBRASKA, Y’ALL. Yeah, I wasn’t expecting that either. But let me tell ya, my life has been one wild journey of God moving my heart to do things that I was not originally planning on doing...

Memento Mori

By Br. Nathan Linton, OFM, Cap. St. Francis of Assisi saw all of creation, including death, as a means of understanding and drawing closer to God. He wrote a beautiful poem called the “Canticle of the Creatures” in which he spoke of Brother Sun and Sister Moon and of how each gives praise to God through their mere existence...

In Your Wounds

By Andrew Kreye. If Jesus is the Good Shepherd and the Divine Physician, does that make Him a veterinarian? The devil is depicted as a snake; snakes look like worms; a lot of animals need deworming medicine. I think I’m on to something big here… but it’ll have to wait...

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