Tag Archive: Catholicism

All Things New: A Passiontide Reflection

“The deluge comes forth, blood and water pouring forth from the cup that overflows, to the last drop, to the farthest extent, to the breaking point of the Unbroken One for those broken beings who do not know what they are doing…”

St. John Paul II: The Heroic Pope

“Saints exist, not for themselves, but for the Church…”

Happiness and Resolution: Lent as a Reset Button

“How can Lent become a spiritual reset button? Well, instead of merely abstaining from chocolate and meat and saying a few extra prayers, I decided to use Lent as a time to reevaluate my spiritual life.”

All Are His Children: A Harry Potter Fan-Fiction Story

“‘Holy Father, I still don’t know why I am here, but as it is Your will, I will do my best to help all who enter these walls…'”

Saint Robert Southwell

“O pray for us, poor brave seeker of souls…”

Miraculous Waters: A Troubadour’s Link to Lourdes

“My grandmother Mairie would also travel back to her homeland once and awhile to see her family, and would always go to Lourdes when there…”

Sven Stolpe: The Swedish Waugh

“A writer, journalist, hagiographer, playwright, cultural critic, and Catholic convert became well known in Sweden during large parts of the 20th century. The man was Sven Stolpe…”

Holy Communion

“One who descends daily,
and, who, humbly in
the hands of His priests,
invites our entry into holy
communion once again…”

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