Miracle in the Classroom

Again Jesus spoke to them, saying, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the

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liturgy, reform

Prejudices Abound in Luther

With many Protestants celebrating the 500th year anniversary of the Reformation, I have take the opportunity to read many of Martin Luther’s own words hoping

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Faith formation

Four Years of Grace

May marked one year since my college graduation, so in honor of the occasion I thought I would take a chance to reflect upon my

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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

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Faith formation

Catholic Schools Week 2017

Catholic Schools Week begins January 29 and ends February 4. Catholic schools all across the United States will be celebrating in their own unique ways.

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frustration, anger, confusion, sadness, alone

Oh, Oh, Oh, I Have Dubia!

After these many years, I finally can say I have something in common with Arnold Horshack. I feel like I must raise my hand high,

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joy, dance, abandon, retreat

Society is People

Especially during these past few intense months of our presidential election, we in America have been shown how much society has turned substantially away from

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