By Marc Rademaker. Have you ever built up to an experience with great expectations, only to have it fall short in real life - only to have that feeling of “Ok, now what?”
By Jonathan Lynch. There are math people, and then there are the rest of us who got more than enough math all the way back in second grade. [But] whatever your hobby or interest is, if you can use it to gain a greater knowledge or understanding of God, count it as a blessing.
By Bryn Baertlein. Let us make our song “we live for you” one that is whole-heartedly directed towards our loving Father who is worthy of our trust, our praise, and our hearts.
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 →