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Writing about faith, life, church, society and everything in between in an unapologetic Catholic perspective with Christ at the centre.
The Dark Side of Humanae Vitae – The Shadow of Our Sin

The Dark Side of Humanae Vitae – The Shadow of Our Sin

Written By: Catherine Spada Some years before getting married I was gifted with the beautiful grace of stumbling my way back to the Catholic Church. Part of what shattered my selfish ways and sinful living was the Church teachings on human sexuality and the...

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Going With God’s Flow

Going With God’s Flow

Written By: Tanya Granic Allen It’s a new year, and if you’re like me, you want to take the opportunity to make some new goals for yourself for the coming year. Eating healthier and exercising more are usually top the list for many of us. However this year I’m going...

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Power And Might Was Found In A Baby

Power And Might Was Found In A Baby

Written By: Sandra Walfisz Many times we believe that the deeper we want to go into or feel something, the more complicated it needs to be. We forget that the strongest depth can be found in small and pure simplicity. Recently I was on a retreat where the topic was...

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Keeping Christ As Your Constant

Keeping Christ As Your Constant

Written By: Sandra Walfisz We all hear the common phrase “keep Christ in Christmas” during the season of Advent. It serves as a great reminder that preparing for Christmas is not about the hustle and bustle in the stores or cooking the finest meal, but it is about the...

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Snowed In

Snowed In

Written By: Patrick Sullivan I’m not sure about where you live, but right now, we have snow...lot’s of it. And when it snows where I live it kind of imposes itself on you; it breaks into your routine whether you like it or not; because the fact is, if you want to go...

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Preparing The Way With A Humble Obedient Heart

Preparing The Way With A Humble Obedient Heart

Written By: Catherine Spada This is how the birth of Jesus Christ came about. When his mother Mary was betrothed to Joseph, but before they lived together, she was found with child through the Holy Spirit. Joseph her husband, since he was a righteous man, yet...

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Argentinian Bishops and Amoris Laetitia

Argentinian Bishops and Amoris Laetitia

Written By: Gregory Watson “They bind heavy burdens, hard to bear, and lay them on men's shoulders; but they themselves will not move them with their finger” (Matthew 23:4). After the Pope’s publication of Amoris Laetitia, many, including particularly a certain four...

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Pray Anyways

Pray Anyways

Written by: Sandra Walfisz Dry seasons in our faith can come with many different feelings attached to it. Sometimes we can feel unmotivated, struggle to feel God’s presence or just overall numb. Objectively speaking, we always know that God never abandons us, although...

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Storm of Fire and Blood: A Review

Storm of Fire and Blood: A Review

Written By: Gregory Watson I don’t often review books, but when I do, it’s because they’re epic! With Christmas coming soon, you might still be looking for that perfect gift. A couple years ago, I reviewed Dr. Taylor Marshall's novel Sword and Serpent. Since that...

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Christ The King

Christ The King

Written By: Tanya Granic Allen Say it again. Christ the King. Not Christ a King, but Christ THE King. Saying these words helps me to understand that Christ is the King of the world, of the universe. I need this reminder as it seems our world has lost focus of who is...

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