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Human Beings Or Human Doings? We Were Created For Both

Our family purchased a chiminea recently–a small, terra cotta fireplace that we thought would be the perfect accessory for a relaxing backyard deck.  Sitting in front of a crackling fire in the chill of twilight is, indeed, a wonderful way to unwind.  855 more words


It's Time to Change How We Defend the Church's Teaching on Contraception

Karl Keating recently wrote about an all-but-forgotten work of apologetics called Some Thoughts on Catholic Apologetics, by E. I. Watkin. Skimming through Mr. Keating’s explanation of the book’s relevance for modern apologetics, I was struck by how much of the sentiment mirrored my own. 1,665 more words

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“Bless me Father, for I have sinned. 280 more words


Theology of the Body Thursday #16: Dolce & Gabanna on Gay Adoption and Surrogacy

This week fashion designers Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce came out against gay adoption and surrogacy. They are both gay men (they had been in a relationship for 23 years) and have previously spoken out against gay marriage. 593 more words

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Day 93 of the Great Big 10k Marathon Swimming Adventure: Ecstasy in the Water

By the look of things, today was a normal training session. I experienced something far from normal though. But first things first; here is a quick summary. 366 more words


Theology of the Body Thursday #15: Have you ever heard of e5 men?

Have you ever heard of e5 men?

Many of the men at my Catholic Newman Center in college participated in it. I remember them all fasting all day and then gathering in the kitchen of the Newman Center at midnight to break the fast together. 751 more words

Theology Of The Body Thursday

The Reality of Transgenderism: A Stern but Necessary Critique of Carlos Flores’ “Stern but Necessary Critique.”

 The Reality of Transgenderism:

A Stern but Necessary Critique of Carlos Flores’
“Stern but Necessary Critique.”

It’s time to address a piece of writing that’s made quite a stir in the small intersectional world of transgenderism and Christianity. 6,062 more words