St. Teresa of Ávila

By Jonathan Lynch When you hear "Doctor of the Church," what do you think? A phrase like that probably doesn't get you hyped, pumped, or otherwise thrilled. It's easy to dismiss the saints who bear that title as "ancient geniuses," "really pious people," and "lofty intellectual guys." And while these saints (there are three dozen... Continue Reading →

We are Aliens!

By Andrew Kreye. Y’know the word “parish”? The place where parishioners go? It comes from the Greek word paroikia, meaning “sojourning in a foreign land.” To be a parishioner means that you are someone living temporarily in a place that you’re not originally from. So, if you go to a Catholic parish, you’re an alien...

Do You Have a Relationship with Your Mother?

By Haley Arndt. Happy Easter, y’all! Jesus is risen! He is risen indeed! Alleluia! Go tell it on the mountain! Yahoo! Being Catholic is the best because we don’t just celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord for one day. We celebrate for FIFTY days...

Freedom in the Fiat

By Emily Kling. In my first post, I thought I would share with you the insights I gleaned from this recent Lenten season. This year, I decided to again pray a daily rosary...

The Discernment of St. Francis

By Br. Nathan Linton, OFM, Cap. We usually hear discernment applied to vocational discernment to the priesthood, to marriage, or to the consecrated life, but that's not really the whole story...

The Three Types of Prayer

By Sean Mulcare. There is nothing more beneficial for the soul than prayer. Prayer transforms the soul and is the place where God can work to bring about peace and happiness -- the goal of every person. But how does a person pray?

That Time I Prayed For Friends

By Haley Arndt. What’s up, what’s up y’all! How’s life going? Because I know you are all wondering, here is a little life update about myself (I know that you weren’t actually wondering, but I like talking about myself): I am currently getting ready to GRADUATE in a few short months (whoop whoop!)...

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