Easter Vigil, from a Catholic Convert

Tonight is so very special. Thousands of people will be received into the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church at Easter Vigil liturgies around the world. Some have risked or given up everything to be here: friendships. Careers. Family ties. Others, by their conversion, are joining their family members at the Eucharistic table. Regardless, the … Continue reading Easter Vigil, from a Catholic Convert

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St. John Paul II’s Letter to Women & What it Teaches Us in 2018

I recently re-read St. John Paul II’s “Letter to Women,” which he wrote in 1995, and I realized that this document perhaps has more weight in 2018 than it did 23 years ago considering where society is at morally and culturally. I was first introduced to the Letter to Women in a women’s study group … Continue reading St. John Paul II’s Letter to Women & What it Teaches Us in 2018