fear, evil, light, darkness

The Second Conversion

The Gospel of John recounts a clandestine meeting, under the cover of darkness, between Jesus and a ruler of the Jews, a Pharisee named Nicodemus.

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What Convinced Me to Convert

I finally made the decision to convert and enter the Catholic Church a year after I graduated from college.  Through fifth grade, I attended a

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health, wealth, reputation, marriage

If You Love, You Change

We have just gotten over some minor illnesses here at home, colds and pink eye. Even though we are just a family of four, it

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Good Atheists and Bad Catholics

Being Good Without God For Catholics at least, the news that atheists can live a morally praiseworthy life, or people belonging to any other religion,

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In Defense of the Journey

I think getting married early, even as early as 18 or 20, is a wonderful thing. Maturity doesn’t necessarily come with age and there is

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Secrets of Confession

Having a parent in a nursing home means meeting new people. And so it was during a recent visit with my elderly parents in Michigan.

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