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Chrissy Metz – Interview with Star of Breakthrough

As I sat waiting to preview the movie Breakthrough, which is scheduled to be released on April 17, 2019, I was cautiously optimistic. After all, many of the Christian movies I had seen previously had powerful messages, but the sub-par acting tended to take away from...

I Saw Unplanned

Bound and determined to see the Unplanned movie before it left theaters, and amidst the hype and criticism, I was finally able to sneak out and see it. Here is my honest breakdown of the movie - as a movie, as truth, and in projecting its greater impact. Images have...

Sacred Art

It was my first time in Rome, and I was overwhelmed by the beautiful marvels of the Italian culture. I wanted to drink in every drop of Italy's timeless charm and rich history - the sites, the churches, the fountains and steps,...

The Dark Night of the Single Soul

My Dark Night I knew this moment would come sooner or later, but had hoped for the latter. As he knelt to propose, I couldn’t listen to a word he was saying – and not because of the sheer joy the moment should have elicited, but rather because I had become consumed...

Advent Wreath and Jesse Tree

Heave a sigh all you weary people of God! Advent is the first moment of the new liturgical year, and it is a time to cast aside the worries of the world and to focus on what really matters - our eternal life! Luke records a very bleak and scary image of the end times,...

Abuse in the Church

Moral Gravity To experience shock and scandal is always the appropriate response to disorder, particularly in the realm of sexual sin, and far greater when that sin is perpetually committed by representatives of Christ himself. As I read through the recent...

Being a Broken Thing

One of the hardest metaphysical realities, taught to us both by Christ and through nature, is finding new life through death. Creation is continuously dying and through that death is being created anew. I don't like this process. It's agonizing. Why does beauty lie in...

Gospel Reflection – Hemorrhaging Woman

Cursed by Blood As a woman living in the 21st century, fertility can certainly be perceived as a blessing and a curse. The week-long menstrual cycle each month is quite often the feminine curse that restricts woman from activities, zaps her energy, heightens her...

Gospel Reflections – Birth of John

How Did She Know? There is something that is very perplexing to me about the birth and naming of John the Baptist. How did Elizabeth know that his name should be John? For, as the scripture tells us, Elizabeth first spoke up when asked what his name should be: And on...

Our Love Story

An Early Revelation  From a very early age, I drew close to our Lord, and although not from a very devout household, I found myself speaking with the Lord often throughout my childhood. Among these years of childhood innocence, there were a few very distinct spiritual...

Blessed Mother Barbie – Veiling

My daughter is very into Barbie dolls right now, and she particularly likes to dress them up and accessorize them with shoes and head pieces. Princesses and queens are always at the height of her fashion choices, which is nice because they are often over-dressed, with...