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Author Archive: Christine Roe

Christine Roe is a senior at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas double majoring in Political Science and Public Policy with minors in Law and Legal Reasoning and History. As a devout Catholic, she has an incredible passion for religious freedom and protecting religious liberty in America. She has interned for First Liberty Institute and hopes that through her writing she can inspire others to stand up for their faith in every situation.

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Do Not Be Afraid To Speak Up for Freedom

July 11, AD2017 0 Comments
Do Not Be Afraid To Speak Up for Freedom

“Do not be afraid to be holy! Have the courage and humility to present yourselves to the world determined to be holy, since full, true freedom is born from holiness.” – Saint John Paul II   The phrase “Do not be afraid,” repeated tirelessly by Saint Pope John Paul II, seems to be growing in importance. […]

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Your True North

June 6, AD2017 1 Comment
Your True North

  Many today are getting lost amongst the busy consumer culture, bogged down with appearing successful and fitting in with those around them. This culture tells us that the newest and fanciest cars will make us happy. It tells us that having a multimillion-dollar home will finally bring us that satisfaction that we have been […]

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The New Pro-Life Generation: Breaking Through The Apathy

April 27, AD2017 7 Comments
The New Pro-Life Generation: Breaking Through The Apathy

College is a time of discovery, the search for truth, and the pursuit of happiness. It is this constant search that leads many individuals to parties, to different spiritualities, and, for many, to a deeper relationship with Christ. A Pro-Life Week The week of March 26, 2017, marked the beginning of an eventful week on […]

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Freedom of Religion and True Freedom

March 29, AD2017 3 Comments
Freedom of Religion and True Freedom

As a cradle Catholic, I spent every Sunday morning in church, every Wednesday night in Faith Formation Classes and then as I got older, every Sunday night in youth group. My faith was a part of my everyday life, and just as my brain does not have to remind my body to breath, I never […]

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