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...

Who Are You?

By Haley Arndt. So, this just occurred to me: some of you don’t know who I am. Sure, you have gotten to know me through reading my blogs for the past six months (wow, six months already?!?). But the real heart to knowing someone is knowing their story. It’s knowing where they came from, what they’ve gone through, and how they got to where they are today...

The Not-So-Saintly Francis

By Br. Nathan Linton, OFM, Cap. Every saint has a past, but that is good news because it means that a sinner can have a future! Br. Nathan discusses St. Francis's conversion from selfishness and worldliness to life in Christ.

Catholic Media Weekly: 2019 WYD Theme Song

By Isaiah Schick. I don't know how many of you have ever gone to a World Youth Day event or how many of you are planning on going to the one that is coming up soon in Panama. But I do know that even if you don't go, you want to know what the theme song is...

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑