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Does Quantum Mechanics Provide an Analogy for the Trinity?

January 19, AD2015 2 Comments
Does Quantum Mechanics Provide an Analogy for the Trinity?

Introduction A stumbling block in my conversion process was dealing with the concept of the Holy Trinity–as a Jew, a cornerstone of my minimal religious faith was the Sh’ma Yisrael, that God was One: “שְׁמַע יִשְׂרָאֵל יהוה אֱלֹהֵינוּ יהוה אֶחָד –  Sh’ma Yisra’el YHWH Eloheinu YHWH Eḥad” Hear O Israel, the LORD is our God, the LORD is […]

Announcing Our Editing Team and Photographers

January 19, AD2015 0 Comments
Announcing Our Editing Team and Photographers

We are coming up on our second anniversary of our launch, which was January 25, 2013, the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul. Our mission has always been to “provide perspectives and education on topics that matter to citizens living the truths the Church teaches.” True to Pope Paul VI’s charge, which echo St. […]

The Modern Family and the Holy Family

January 19, AD2015 1 Comment
The Modern Family and the Holy Family

Only a few short weeks ago, Catholics celebrated the Feast of the Holy Family. We celebrated the quiet strength of Saint Joseph, the head of the family, the faithful devotion of Mary, full of Grace, and the completion of the family in Jesus Christ, the blessed child they raised. The family in the form of husband, […]

Lovers of Law and the Law of Love

January 16, AD2015 7 Comments
Lovers of Law and the Law of Love

There is no death on earth so severe as the death of the heart. There’s also nothing as beautiful on earth as living life to the fullest, embracing equally both joys and sorrows.  We see this so often in the lives of little children, whose little hearts are open and alive — and often far […]

Was Your Marriage “Meant to Be”?

January 15, AD2015 4 Comments
Was Your Marriage “Meant to Be”?

That Matt Walsh is one of the best voices for Catholic values in my generation. He presents truth to the world unabashedly and eloquently. I have often wanted to high-five him for his most controversial posts, and if there was a chance to win an interview and free coffee with him, I would jump at […]

Homeschooling and the American Spirit

January 15, AD2015 7 Comments
Homeschooling and the American Spirit

I hear a lot about homeschooling from the blogs I read and, although it is a controversial topic, I am sure it has many advantages. Homeschooling is not an option for me, but I do think it is a wonderful choice among several schooling options. Homeschooling is unheard of in Portugal, where I live, and […]

Unanswered Prayers

January 14, AD2015 4 Comments
Unanswered Prayers

My husband and I recently spoke about prayer and our prayer ministry, Pray More Novenas, at a local Theology on Tap event. After our talk, there was a short break, and then we did a question & answer session. One of the questions has stuck with me since that night, and I wanted to share […]

Interview with Cardinal Burke, Part 3

January 14, AD2015 27 Comments
Interview with Cardinal Burke, Part 3

Recently, I had the great honor to have an audience with His Eminence Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke to discuss the state of Catholic men in the United States. Part One is here, and Part Two is here. The following is the third and final part: Matthew Christoff:  One of the frequent themes in the New Emangelization […]

Conspiracies & Catholicism: Nunsense

January 13, AD2015 27 Comments
Conspiracies & Catholicism: Nunsense

– Didn’t you hear about that big archaeology dig they did a decade or two back, that one that found a bunch of dead babies secretly buried near a nunnery? – You mean the one with the babies in the septic tank? – No… – You mean the one in South America? – No… – […]

Interview with Cardinal Burke, Part 2

January 13, AD2015 7 Comments
Interview with Cardinal Burke, Part 2

Recently, I had the great honor to have an audience with His Eminence Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke to discuss the state of Catholic men in the United States. Part One of the full transcript is here. The following is Part Two: Matthew Christoff:   Your Eminence, what has been the impact of this Catholic “man-crisis” on […]