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Jeffrey is currently in the process of converting to the Catholic Church. Although he has yet to receive his first communion, Jeffrey has been a part of the Church since attending a private elementary school as an adolescent and still attends mass on a daily basis. He is nearing his first associate's degree in theology and intends to pursue theology towards a master’s degree. Along with writing about his faith, Jeffrey is also a sports writer and specializes in content marketing.

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How Much Manna Are You Gathering?

December 9, AD2017 1 Comment
How Much Manna Are You Gathering?

For those who are new to the Catholic Church, as well as those who’ve been a part for decades, there are many mysteries of our faith we are unable to understand. This is especially true for me. I am currently going through RCIA classes for the third time. I decided the Church wasn’t for me […]

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When’s the Last Time You Were Told, “Follow Me?”

November 7, AD2017 0 Comments
When’s the Last Time You Were Told, “Follow Me?”

Out of all the commandments, we are given throughout Scripture, there is one that smacks me in the face multiple times every day. While most of them are pretty cut and dry, Jesus’ words, “Follow me,” is a commandment I contemplate on a daily basis. While each of us is called to follow Jesus as […]

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Have You Ever Lost Faith?

September 11, AD2017 3 Comments
Have You Ever Lost Faith?

I think at one point or another, each of us struggles with our faith. Regardless if it’s the result of an event, the influence of another person, or even just spending too much time in our own heads, it can lead us to questions that seem impossible to answer. This can happen at any age […]

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What Are You Looking For?

August 9, AD2017 3 Comments
What Are You Looking For?

Within every one of us, there is a question that takes a while to answer. I don’t believe there is a right or wrong response to what has been asked. The level of intimacy required to produce an honest response makes it impossible to answer incorrectly. Before you start pondering the answer yourself, bear with […]

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