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History and the Church: The Catholic Past

As we get one last set of student responses, on historians and the church, we’ll start with one student’s story of growing up in a denomination with deep historic roots and traditions. 320 more words

Student Responses

A Poem Written After Writing A Letter


It was no black raven hovering there
Whose little wings beat the air,
Whose little beak opened and shut
As if to speak important words. 106 more words

Catholic Culture

Catholic church: "Going to the Kumbh Mela? Let me give you a lift."

In a public relations move that’s no doubt intended to diffuse growing religious tensions, the Catholic church is assisting Hindu pilgrims on their way to the Kumbh Mela festival in the “holy” city of Ujjain in India. 334 more words


Updates, Name Changes, and more!

Good day all,

As you have noticed the site changed from ‘Catholic Brew’ to ‘Life Walker’. I have used the name Life Walker as my handle on the internet for a while on most of the social networks I use. 283 more words


Averting Anger - Part 1 of 2

The remedies against anger are: 1. To forestall its movements, if possible, or at least to cast them aside quickly, by turning the thoughts to something else. 191 more words


May Read-Along: The Proslogion

Do you know Anselm of Canterbury’s ontological argument for the existence of God? Even if you do, I encourage you to read The Proslogion this month. 230 more words

Anselm Of Canterbury

Philip Augustine reblogged this on The Latin Community and commented:

12th-century_painters_-_Meditations_of_St_Anselm_-_WGA15732 Fariba is a fantastic Catholic author, she discusses mystical elements of Catholicism that are beyond my intimate knowledge, which is why I asked her to be an author and contributor for the Latin Community. I ask that you please participate in her book discussion, I am certain it will be worth your time to grow your spiritualism.

On This Day, O Beautiful Mother

On this day, O beautiful Mother,
On this day we give thee our love.
Near thee, Madonna, fondly we hover,
Trusting thy gentle care to prove. 139 more words