Prayers for Haiti

In the aftermath of the earthquake in Haiti, the Anchoress has news updates, as well as links to organizations where we can donate to help with relief efforts (h/t to American Papist). Also from AMP: Early reports from the region suggest an unmitigated disaster: the Archbishop of Haiti, Joseph Serge Miot has died in the rubble, […]

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St. Paul’s Example

What do the Scriptures tell us about St. Paul’s personality and temperament? A lot more than I realized–and it’s not all pretty. Over at The Catholic Thing, Pete Brown (who worked in CUF’s Catholic Responses department a few years back) gets us started with a bang: Paul called the Galatians “stupid,” (Gal 3:1) and then […]

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What’s Lacking?

In my various writings I try to draw upon some personal experiences and practical wisdom to help others to better understand our rich Catholic faith. This often is challenging, but never more so than when I address the topic of the Christian understanding of suffering. I have heard all my life from my elders–what Tom […]

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