Tag Archive: faith

St. John Paul II: The Heroic Pope

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

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Testament: Part 6

“The shock of the meld left Spock lying awake for hours…”

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…'”

What Would Jesus Do on Election Day?: A Non-Partisan Christian Reflection

“On election day Jesus would, of course, die for the redemption of the world. I know it sounds trite, but this is no mere Sunday School answer…”

Testament: Part 2

“Always, in all things, the Vulcan mind is made paramount. I tell you, your minds are full but your souls are empty…”

Living Boldly: What Do I Do With the Time That Is Given to Me?

“Life does not lend itself to living boldly, spontaneously, and courageously, and yet I believe that life means more when striving to live with no regrets…”

Faith Flicks: Sources of Inspiration or Despair?

Why are so many faith-based movies so empty? And is there any hope for those of us dying to see a quality one? Read and find out!

Legends of the Lost: Catholic Adventure in Mark Adderley’s McCracken Series

Read Mark Adderley’s overview of how he came to write The McCracken Series and his understanding of Catholic Adventure.