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Casting Stones and Converting Hearts

Some days I look around and can’t help but wonder if there is any hope left for society. It can be easy for those of us who want to fight the good fight and strive for holiness in our lives … Continue reading

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Exalted by Christ

My apologies for neglecting my blog lately. Between university, my job and preparing a talk for a retreat my youth group just had, I have been a little strapped for time. That being said, I wanted to share a short … Continue reading

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Who wants to be a Catholic nun?

Have you ever had that experience where you stumble upon a quote or a scripture verse or a song or a homily that is just so appropriate for your circumstances, and is just what you needed to hear at a … Continue reading

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Catholic in name alone

In the past week or so I seem to be┬ástumbling across the idea of some things or some people being Christian or Catholic in name but not in action quite a lot. The notion really reared its ugly head this … Continue reading

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The Lenten Question

Once more it’s that time in the liturgical year when there is one question on every practicing Catholic’s lips – “What are you giving up for Lent?” We’ve all heard the fairly standard ones time and time again – chocolate, junk … Continue reading

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