Today is the Feast Day of St. Augustine, and while I don’t normally pay too close attention to Feast Days of Saints, other than my favorite Saints, I came across this clever blog post from Father Mark M Osa: 8 Reasons Why Augustine & The Confessions still Matter. I like St. Augustine because his story … Continue reading
The other day, a tweet showed up in my Twitter timeline: “Faith is the refuge of the small mind.” It was one in a series of tweets and retweets that someone I follow—an atheist—was posting. He was not trying to be rude or disrespectful, though some of the postings (such as this one) did touch … Continue reading
We’re at the end of the Lenten season, with Easter only a week away. For us Catholics and many other Christians, it’s the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel. We have spent the past month and a half in a drought of sorts—sacrifice, prayerful contemplation of our digressions, penance for our sins. In … Continue reading
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