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40 Days, 40 Prayers

Day 23, or When Words Forsake Me

There is a piece of advice that is told to writers: when you don’t know what to write, write about that. 130 more words

Why I Love Confession

One of the topics I get asked about most often by my Protestant friends is Confession. So here is a humble attempt to explain what the Sacrament of Confession means to me. 1,375 more words

Catholic

Take The Wheel

There is a Carrie Underwood song called “Jesus, Take The Wheel”. I’ve always like the song, but never thought it applied to me. There is this belief that I hold that I must always be in control and self-reliant with the world, I must not let others know that I have weak spots. 205 more words

Beginings

The first post is always the hardest. I have a thousand (okay, maybe like ten) ideas for future posts buzzing around in my head, and the hardest thing to do is just START. 570 more words

Spiritual

"The Matrix" (Part 1 of 2) Commentary by Fr. Robert Barron | Word On Fire

Source: “The Matrix” (Part 1 of 2) Commentary by Fr. Robert Barron | Word On Fire

I became a fan of now Bishop Robert Barron several years ago after stumbling upon his commentary on the Matrix and Bob Dylan’s All Along the Watchtower on YouTube. 89 more words

Confession and Men

One of the toughest things for men to do is go to the Sacrament of Reconciliation (confession) especially if they haven’t been in years. It is hard for us as men to go before another man and confess our sins. 451 more words

Jesus Christ

Philosophers Day 2017 -Reviving Tradition

On Friday, students and faculty joined in Schurman Market Square to celebrate the “second” annual Philosophers Day. I say “second” because Philosophers Day was an annual tradition at St. 672 more words

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